Most of this was covered in a conference call I did about 3 weeks ago, which you can listen to, and freely share in this post.
For an official stance, I decided to write this, to directly set straight an unfounded criticism and myth being perpetuated by either people who are trying to sell our affiliates and customers their products using unethical, dishonest tactics, or from straight misunderstandings.
So we’re going to hit the rumor first, and then come back to the message, and the real purpose of this blog post.
The Rumor Goes Something Like This:
Empower Network won’t allow you to promote multiple offers, or multiple Network Marketing businesses. They randomly changed their terms of service several weeks ago, and are terminating people who are promoting multiple affiliate products.
Truth: Empower Network was built by marketers, for marketers. You can promote whatever you want here – that is not our business to monitor what businesses you want to build, and we have never terminated a single person (ever) for promoting 2 deals – or even 50. In fact, we’ve allowed people to keep their checks who have left Empower, promoted other things, and directly bashed us to their email lists.
The REASON we do that is because of a fundamental belief that this company was founded with, that if you’re an affiliate, you’re an INDEPENDENT affiliate, and therefore can pick and choose what you want to market – and if we want to keep you, you must have freedom, and be here of your own free will.
See below on our real message for more.
We also didn’t change our terms of service, we re-organized them to be easier to read – except for adding a prohibition against directly and purposefully targeting other people’s teams in Empower Network if you’re an affiliate here – which I think you’ll agree, is a slimy, unethical business practice.
However, in re-organizing our terms of service, we did realize there are things in there that we don’t enforce anyways, never have, and are in the process of removing or rewording to be in line with our actual message.