Online Empires Review: Is It Really Digital Marketing?

Have you recently seen an ad for Online Empires by Brodie Salnitro?

Or is your friend always talking about it on Facebook or Instagram?

It certainly makes you curious…

So I’m going to spill the beans here.

It’s a re-brand of Build Your Empire University that’s blowing up in Australia.

Brodie Nitro and Ashley created that years ago.

But what is it all about? And is it really digital marketing?

Kind of.

Let’s jump in. πŸ˜ƒ

Online Empires Digital Marketing Review

I’ll cut straight to the chase here:

Online Empires are trying to sell you an Enagic/Kangen water machine…

And it’s gonna cost you $7,000 to $20,000, depending on the package you buy.

That’s the high-ticket offer.

Yeah, the one they don’t really talk about.

Your friend isn’t allowed to talk about what they’re actually doing.

Enagic is a multi-level marketing (MLM) that has been flying under the radar.

The commissions for your friend and people below them are HUGE here.

Your friend isn’t openly talking about this. Why would they?

They wouldn’t want you questioning things… πŸ˜‰

And they certainly don’t like you doing your research.

So they’ll only say the good things about it.

Because they’re about to make a killing if you join! πŸ’°

The water machiens aren’t expensive because of the quality…

But because of the thousands of dollars of commissions. 😲

Is It Digital Marketing?

There’s no doubt you’ll learn some things about digital marketing.

But it isn’t really digital marketing. It’s network marketing, but online.

They want you enrolling more people into the scheme.

The whole idea is to sell a ‘freedom-based lifestyle’ on social media.

Show off your caravan, 4×4 and boat to others

And the cool life you live.

Imply that you’re making a fortune and living the good life.

Lots of flexing gets people curious πŸ˜ƒ

Then sign up new members into the scheme.

And that’s exactly what your friend is doing.

They can’t wait to get you in either!

Can’t afford the water machine?

Then they might encourage you to finance it πŸ€‘

That’s how they make the big bucks here.

It’s literally selling alkalizing water filters

While claiming to be digital marketers.

Crazy, isn’t it?

But it’s working remarkably well.

Summary

Is it worth joining then?

Well, that depends.

If you can stay hush hush about the water machines.

And show off your lifestyle and brag a ton on social media.

While getting angry when anyone calls out the MLM industry.

And tell your friends/family not to do their research online.

And make them feel bad if they don’t make it with this scheme.

Then you’ll be the perfect candidate… πŸ‘

$99 isn’t much to discover what they’re really doing.

Now that your eyes are wide open, then I’d recommend joining…

They can’t really pull the wool over your eyes now.

The membership has a ton of great content and cool people…

But maybe give the expensive water machines a wide pass.

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