If you’re reading this post you probably expressed an interest in the Vault Denim opportunity and were probably looking for a second opinion before joining. Before we go any further I want to let you know that I am not a Vault Denim distributor so you know you’ll be getting a unbiased review of the company.
In addition I’ll go into what you can do to position yourself ahead of the 95% of your competition should you decide to become a distributor, but first let’s cover the facts you need to know about the company.
Who is Vault Denim and what do they market?
Before I get into what they sell let me tell you a couple facts about the company. Vault Denim is a network marketing company (direct sales) that is based in Utah and sells designer jeans at a discount. They carry a large assortment of designer jeans that come in all shapes and sizes and have discounts that are as high as 50% off the prices you would be charged at your local mall. The form of marketing they prefer consists of putting on in-home parties where people can come, buy jeans, and do it in a relaxed environment. After checking out Vault Denim’s official site one good selling point I noticed was the fact that distributors don’t have to buy the products up-front to begin selling them at their in-home parties.
So how do you make money with Vault Denim?
To get started as a Vault Denim distributor, there’s an enrollment fee (think start-up cost) of $159, which basically pays for their training kit, their own personalized website and a few additional training materials as well. As far as the compensation plan is concerned, there are several ways to get paid. As a new vault fashion consultant you can earn anywhere between 18 and 24% commissions on jeans you personally sell. You can also earn 7% override commissions off of any people you personally sponsor and up to 5% override commissions on distributors they sponsor. Vault Denim also offers bonuses for the top producers in the company and for people who host in-home parties as well. On top of all that,hey offer incentive trips, recognition for the top producers in the company and even a car bonus for vault fashion consultants who reach the director level. After everything is all said and done it seems like the potential to create a solid income with the company is there, even for the average person who might just want to make an extra $500 to $1000 to pay the bills. Just make sure you plug into the “proven” system that’s already been laid out by successful distributors.
Is Vault Denim the business for you?
After doing my due diligence it seems like Vault Denim looks to be a good company to join if you want to earn extra income on the side. They market a product that people already buy and the comp plan looks fair. If you’re the type of person who likes to join new start-up companies, then Vault Denim might be the right company for you. With all that being said, this and this alone won’t make you successful. Like most network marketing companies you’re going to need to find people who have an interest in your product (potential customers) and business opportunity (prospects, business opportunity seekers,etc). I suggest you look into using online attraction marketing to find people who already have an interest in what you’re offering. If you can combine traditional methods of marketing your business (making a list of friends and family) with online attraction marketing, you’re well on your way to building a massive downline with Vault Denim for years to come.
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