North American Power Review -Informative and Honest

by Mike on August 14, 2012

This particular North American Power review is aimed to help you decide whether or not becoming a distributor for the company is right for you. When reviewing a multi level marketing opportunity, it is necessary to take a close look at the company, products, and compensation plan. If you’re already in North American Power, read this blog post about how to generate your own mlm leads online.

North American Power’s marginally helpful website. https://www.napower.com

They are currently limited to small number of states, but is aggressively pushing towards expansion. This unique power company promotes “green energy”. Green energy has garnered some attention of late due to it having far less of a detrimental impact on the surrounding environment. This green energy is being marketed by North American Power as a clean and inexpensive alternative to traditional power supply companies.


North American Power Review: Leadership is Key

Before joining marketing forces with a business of any kind, it is always telling and useful to take a look at the company’s leadership. On paper, the company’s leadership is pretty impressive. Co-founder Kerry Breitbart has over 20 years of experience in the energy industry under his belt, while Carey Turnbull has been in the energy game for over 30 years. North American Power definitely has the leadership resume to intrigue both potential marketers and consumers.

NA Power Review: A Progressive Power Product

After reading through another North American Power review, it seems that everyone agrees that the company’s product is very clever as far as a business goes. When running a business, it is always the aim of a producer to market products that appeal to the masses. North American Power definitely has one of these coveted products. Why is this green energy so coveted?

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In addition to green energy being environmentally responsible, North American Power’s cornerstone product makes sense financially. The green energy detailed in this North American Power review is actually cheaper than most consumer’s current energy provider. In additional, there are zero additional charges when you switch to or from North American Power. Due to these compelling factors, North American power is extremely appealing as far as consumers are concerned. But what about the business aspect?

North American Power Review: Starting a Business

North American Power Review - Honest and Informative

One of the first things I noticed about their distributor program was their incredibly low start-up cost. While some businesses in a similar niche require hundreds if not thousands up front, North American Power is only $49 to get started. Actually, becoming a distributor is free if you’re currently a college student. This is definitely an offer I’ve never stumbled upon when reviewing network marketing companies.

Because North American Power’s green energy is inexpensive and marketable to just about anyone, this distributor opportunity seems pretty solid. It shouldn’t take much effort to convince other people to save money on a product they are already buying. Having a product that is marketable to a large audience is definitely a luxury not all MLM companies have.

So far this all sounds pretty appealing… But what about the compensation plan?

After reviewing North American Power’s comp plan, I’m not sure which side of the fence I’m on. While that’s all fine and dandy, they payout offered by this unique energy company is pretty low as compared to many other MLM companies. In order to build a serious income stream and rake in the cash you have to build up a pretty extensive team. Distributors are only paid $15 for each new residential sign-up, but are paid $40 for each new distributor the recruit to join their team. In the short term you will need a pretty extensive contact list. Your intermediate and long term strategy will require you to learn to market yourself. Like I said before in this North American Power review, I have some mixed feelings regarding their compensation plan.

A bright spot I’d like to highlight is the customer retention rate. If you’ve ever been involved with another MLM, you know that customers and team members quit all the time… like two thirds every year! This can be very frustrating to someone trying to build a business. Because the green energy offered by them will save consumers a considerable amount of money on their electricity bill, I highly doubt there will be any motivation for them to quit. A quality product like this has a very good retention rate. While adding new consumers and team members is important to the success of an MLM business, retaining old ones is just as important.

In case it has changed, you can take a look at the official 20 page North American Power comp plan click here.north american power compensation plan

How do you consistently bring people into your North American Power business?

Make sure AT LEAST 1 person per day sees your business presentation! Running through your warm market list should not take you 3 months and as soon as you do, you need to educate yourself on how to attract customers to you through marketing. I’ve used this strategy to add three new teammates in the last 12 days(Aug 1-Aug 12) into a different company. With that strategy you are focusing your time on speaking with only qualified mlm leads and not just anyone interested in making money.

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North American Power Review: A Promising Opportunity or Waste of Time?

To conclude this North American power review, this seems like a pretty good opportunity to establish long-term residual income. The process will just take a while.

Leave your thoughts in the comments below!

Before starting a business with any MLM, it is important to ask the right questions. By finding the answers to these questions you can decide which MLM opportunity is best for you. I truly hope that this North American Power review has given you a firmer grasp on both this company and the MLM industry in general.


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Mike (4 Posts)

Hello, world. My name is Mike, but you can call me on the phone. Fresh out of school looking for a way to make things happen without depending on the undependable job market.

I've learned recently that their are numerous routes to success. Each of these various routes has one factor in common: Unconventionality. By thinking outside the box (and apparently by typing cliches) you can define your goals and reach them without the obligation of ass-kissing and office politics.

My days of a pseudo-athlete are far in the past, but the value of a team is still fresh in my mind. I'm blessed to be working with such an incredible team. Sharing common goals is one thing, while helping each other reach common goals is another. Who is on your team?

I consider myself to be a Lifestyle Engineer. With proper training, tools, and of course the far-reaches of the internet, anyone can find a team and reach their goals. I'm 24 and I hope to never be dependent on the traditional job market. While financial freedom is obviously a goal of mine, I consider my time to be worth more. When's the last time you slept in?


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21 comments
Jeanne LaPorte
Jeanne LaPorte

I don't have the proper mindset for this type of business. I thought that maybe I could just buy my slot and become a millionaire without contributing anything to society. Turns out, it works only if you work it.

Tara Williams
Tara Williams

You stated that start up costs are 49 dollars, and that is an untrue statement...there are NO fees to start if you reside in one of the states already using deregulated energy.

Hassan Shareef
Hassan Shareef

Checkout www.seacretweapon.com & e-mail me at hkshareef@gmail.com.

Amy Spruengli
Amy Spruengli

Brad and John are great guys. Sounds like you're in good hands.

Evelyn Smith
Evelyn Smith

Hi Brian, I looked into selling another retail energy program here in Illinois; but found Empower!

Lynn Ingram
Lynn Ingram

Good video! I'm green on many things.....glad energy is being added to the list.

Steven Logreira
Steven Logreira

Green energy is awesome! It should be more available to the entire world. As far as the comp plan for this company, it seems like you have to recruit A LOT of people to have a sustainable business. Not really my cup of tea.

The Diamond Jewellery Store
The Diamond Jewellery Store

Like the green nature of this business and came across it a while ago unfortunately not available in the UK.

Michelle Morrison Warren
Michelle Morrison Warren

I love the idea of green energy, but you guys are right, the comp plan seems like a lot of work…it sure would be great if people actually made a living selling sustainable energy. They have this in CA, and as weird as it sounds, I would buy this product, but I wouldn't want to sell it.

Michelle Morrison Warren
Michelle Morrison Warren

I know there are people in CA selling this. I love the idea of green energy, but it seems like a lot of work to get this off and running as far as an income producer. Weird as it sounds…I would buy this product…I just don't want to sell it.

Gabriel Rebollar
Gabriel Rebollar

I also believe that you need to market yourself in any business. By branding yourself they are trusting you when they join you in any business. Great info.

Scott Shepherd
Scott Shepherd

Nice post! What states are they currently in? I would love to see something like this in Idaho where I live. Saving people money is great! Thanks for the info!

Elizabeth Price
Elizabeth Price

I heard most of these companies the same thing happens

Brian
Brian

Sorry Scott, No Idaho

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