There are a lot of schemes around, so it’s worthwhile investigating The ACE Initiative for those new to the industry.
I’ve been blogging here for almost a decade regarding these sort of things. Business opportunities if you will – the sort of stuff that can really impact your life.
Let me guess – you’ve seen an advertisement on Instagram or Facebook referencing The ACE Initiative and want to do some research and read reviews.
If that’s you – you’re in the right place. Let’s begin.
The ACE Initiative Review
There are ads about this all over social media now. It has you curious, yes?
What is The ACE Initiative? Well – it’s leading you into an MLM scheme.
Like initially they lead you believing that they are affiliate marketers. 🤔
And let me tell you – that just isn’t true at all. Affiliate marketing is different.
I should know, especially as I’ve been doing this for a long time. 8 years even!
With affiliate marketing, you build a niche or authority website. 👩💻
Example: let’s say you love tennis. You build a website talking all about tennis.
“Best tennis rackets” and “How to play tennis better.” That sort of quality stuff.
That’s legit affiliate marketing. You’re building an asset that you own.
A website like that you can enjoy for cashflow or sell for a good profit.
Now with The Ace Initiative, unfortunately, it’s much different. 😬
How it works
How it works with The Ace Initiative is this:
- They create very compelling ads on Instagram and Facebook.
- You’re shown the lifestyle. Fun, freedom, travel and fulfilment.
- You’re lead to believe they are people with a real online business.
- The 1st sale is into the training ‘system’. It’s $99 per month…. 🤷♂️
- And later you discover it’s really an MLM scheme (Enagic/Kangen)
And unfortunately, with the training system, the content is quite specific.
Like it talks about personal branding and such. Like recruiting others in.
Of course, it should – it’s the best way to make money with this scheme.
But if you thought this was you building your own real business, it’s not.
Really not much in here about genuine affiliate marketing. Like SEO skills.
Most recruits really don’t know about DR50 backlinks and LSI keywords.
And some haven’t even logged into WordPress. It’s…disappointing.
This scheme isn’t being pitched in the proper way I’m afraid.
Not only that, they recently merged with Affiliate Institute.
That’s right – The ACE Initiative is with Affiliate Institute.
It’s essentially the same thing now. A community of people.
So they’re both working together to lead people into the MLM scheme.
In all honesty
For some people, it’s the perfect opportunity. A real chance at life.
And their water machines can literally be life-changing with benefits.
For others, it’s often not the best business choice. You could do better.
After all, they don’t say it’s an MLM. Then later…you’re upsold to an MLM.
A network marketing scheme if you will. Education was Amway’s real business.
As their products were average. So this company today does the same thing.
And especially in a world of social media greatness and FOMO, it’s perfect.
Like the ideal way to market this scheme. And let me tell you – it’s working.
Otherwise, why would they run expensive PPC ads to get others on board?
(Oh and they also show you in their training how to do this too… 😉)
But this takes a lot of work…to build someone else’s online business.
That part I don’t really understand at all. It’s still not your own biz.
When you could take the time to build your own business instead.
A real asset that you control. Start small and scale up over time.
I would join The Ace Initiative if you’re committed towards a few things:
- Labelling yourself an ‘affiliate marketer’ which won’t be true. 😔
- Branding your social media accounts with ‘the perfect life today’
- Selling Kangen/Enagic water machines through MLM (optional)
That’s exactly the roadmap on how to get started with this thing.
As I’ve said, for some people it’s a good scheme. For others, it isn’t.
After all, they say “We’re not MLM!!” when they actually are…. 🤷♂️
Well, not initially at least: “Heyyyy!! We’re affiliate marketers” 🙄
When the only proper way to make money with this scheme is the upsell.
And that’s straight into an MLM scheme. This turns off so many people.
But if you’re committed, then it can work (and lots of hard work, that is)
For me though…I’ll continue building my own real businesses.
The sort of stuff where I can call the shots.
That’s a real business. 100% ownership.
And genuine freedom and fulfilment.
Without needing to recruit others in.
Catch you out there, real hustlers! ✌️
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