In this post, I’ll do my best to break down the Empower Network compensation plan.
There isn’t another comp plan like it, so it should be a fun one. Kick back, grab your favorite beverage (I prefer Nos energy drinks) and take notes.
But…I’m out. My buddy Brad has the full story:
Watched the video all the way? Good.
Dan and Brad schedule 45 minutes for each call, so only schedule if you’re serious:
Truthfully, the best way to understand the Empower Network Compensation plan is to study this PDF put out by Dave Wood and the crew.
It is very thorough. And for the cliff notes version, see below.
Empower Network Compensation plan in 30 Seconds
- You only earn commissions for products you’ve purchased (if you aren’t qualified, they pass up to the next person who is qualified)
- You get 100% payouts on all the products…however, you pass up your 2nd, 4th, 6th sale and every fifth sale after that — on each product.
- Only one person gets paid for each commission (not like MLM)
- For the first six sales you refer you will pass up three of them. In other words, you net 50%. The other 3 will be coded to the person who referred you.
- After that, you pass up every 5th sale. So after your first six sales, you net 80%. You continue to keep 4, then give each 5th sale is coded to your sponsor.
- You, then, will be coded commissions for every 1,3,5 sale and sales 7-11, 13-17, etc for each product, an addition to getting pass-ups from every 2,4,6 and every 5th sale from the people you personally refer.
- You can continue to get the 2,4,6 sales and every 5th sale from your passups and from your passups passups, and so on…infinitely deep.
Try to let that last bullet point sink in. It’s astronomical.
I’ll give you an example:
You decide to join at the $25, $100, $500 and $1,000 levels and you are my 3rd sale for all four products. You are now coded to me and I earn $25 and $100 per month as long as you stay active, and I make one time commissions of $500 and $1,000.
Next, you refer Nate. Nate decides he isn’t messing around, and he gets “all in”. He joins at the $25, $100, $500, $1,000 and $3,000 level and he is your 1st sale on all five of those products. Nate is coded to you at the $25, $100, $500 and $1,000 level and you earn those $25/mo and $100/mo commissions as long as he stays active, on top of the $1,500 in one-time commissions.
But since you did not upgrade to the $3,000 level, that commission is passed up to me since I’m the first person in line who upgraded to that level.
Now lets say you learned your lesson so you upgrade to the $3,000 level… and Nate gets focused and and brings in 5 people his first two weeks. The first two joined at the $25 and $100 levels, the 3rd one joined at the $25, $100 and $500 levels, and the last two get “all in”, purchasing all $25, $100, $500, $1,000 and $3,000 courses.
Nate is coded to his 1st, 3rd, 5th and earns 100% commissions on those people. Since you personally referred Nate, you are coded to his 2nd and 4th sales (since you get 2,4,6 and every fifth sale after that).
So, with those 5 sign-ups, Nate generated $375 in monthly residual ($25 + $100 X 3) and caked out on $5,000 in one-time commissions ($500 + $500 + $1,000 + $3,000).
You would earn $250 ($25 + $100 X 2) in monthly residual and $4,500 ($500 + $1,000 + $3,000) in one-time commissions.
But here is the kicker that few people really understand…as Nate passes up people to you… they are now coded to you… so you will earn the 2nd, 4th, 6th and every 5th sale they make, and then the 2nd, 4th, 6th, and every 5th sale of those passups, and then their passups…and so on.
Truthfully, it doesn’t even really matter unless you are making more than $10,000/mo.
Get to $10,000/mo then figure out where all that money is coming from. It will make a lot more sense then.
PS. If you just scrolled to the bottom, I no longer promote Empower Network. Here’s why.