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Marketing Boost makes no mention of who owns or operates the firm.

To get that content, navigate to Marketing Boost’s webinars. There, it is revealed that Marco Torres is the creator.

Marketing Boost was founded in 2017, according to one of Torres’ several Facebook pages.

Digital Experts LLC is connected to the firm.

A Digital Experts LLC is registered in Florida, which I assume is the same firm.

Advertising Boost looks to be a clone of Marketing Boost:

I’m not sure what the story is there, but Advertising Boost no longer exists. A visit to the domain of Advertising Boost redirects to Marketing Boost.

The domain registration for Advertising Boost’s website was last updated on January 31st, 2022.

While he has a marketing background, I could not determine whether Torres had any MLM experience.

Continue reading for an in-depth examination of Marketing Boost’s MLM possibility.

Products by Marketing Boost


Marketing Boost promotes a platform that combines vacation packages with client sales incentives:

:Nothing entices a fence-sitter like a free vacation when they say YES to your offer, upsell, or referral request, regardless of the items or services you sell.

When your prospects imagine themselves lounging on a sun-kissed beach, your products and services become enticing… staring at the never-ending neon of the Las Vegas Strip… or savoring authentic Mexican food in a lovely Mexican plaza — all on someone else’s pay.

And being able to arrange amazing holidays for your new customers feels terrific as well… especially because it’s not on YOUR cash. (It belongs to us.)

Once you’ve accepted your new client or customer, you’ll set them up with a voucher to redeem their vacation package. They’ll have seven days to activate their credentials after that.

The certificates are good for 18 months once they are activated, and certificate holders can book and travel at any time throughout that period.”

Marketing Boost says that using their technology can “instantly boost sales by 60% or more.”

To access the platform you have to pay $197 per month.

Compensation Plan for Marketing Boost


Marketing Boost affiliates are compensated for sales of $37 marketing platform subscriptions.

These sales can be made to retail customers as well as recruited affiliate subscribers.

Marketing Boost pays recruitment commissions at two levels:

  • 40% on the first level (personal sales)
  • 10% on the second level (sales made by those you personally recruit)


Car Bonus


A Car Bonus is available to Marketing Boost affiliates who earn 200 active marketing platform subscribers.

The Car Bonus contributes $500 each month to a “dream car lease.”

The Car Bonus is increased to $1000 per month if a Marketing Boost affiliate attracts and keeps 400 active marketing platform subscribers.

Joining Marketing Boost

Affiliate membership with Marketing Boost looks to be free.

Conclusion

To access Marketing Boost’s platform, you should pay $197 a month, which begs the question, who is paying for all of these vacations?

This is addressed on the Marketing Boost website:

“So who pays for these excursions if not me?

Yes, we do.

We collaborate closely with industry insiders who have unsold luxury rooms in must-see places in the United States and overseas that are not available to the general public.

We collaborate with suppliers to get these unsold rooms at extremely low pricing.

Why? Because property owners understand that they can return their investment through in-house dining and room service, casino profits, spa services, valet parking, and other add-ons.

That’s money they can’t make if a room is unoccupied. So they’re willing to give away their unsold rooms to generate cash!”

But are they?

There are expenses associated with keeping an occupied room. If these lodging providers do not recuperate additional expenditures, they may lose more money than if the room is left unoccupied.

The website of Marketing Boost makes no indication of any ties related to the vacation stays.

The coupons are only good for lodging. Everything else, including flights, is the client’s responsibility.

Marketing Boost does not indicate anything else; I’m only bringing it up since it’s easy to see “vacation” and assume everything is taken care of.

While I have my doubts about the authenticity of Marketing Boost’s proposal, they appear to stick to their claims.

“Try Marketing Boost for yourself – if you don’t agree that it’s the simplest, most efficient way to maximize your profits, simply let us know within the first 30 days, and we’ll gladly refund your entire investment.

If the vacations are a catastrophe, it will negatively reflect the firms who use Market Boost.

I don’t think that will endure; therefore, I’ll take Marketing Boost’s offer at face value.

One possible risk with Marketing Boost is that it is utilized to promote itself.

Marketing Boost, on their part, states;

The platform’s purpose is to assist you in increasing sales and increasing customer and staff loyalty; it is NOT a stand-alone business opportunity.

Unless it’s prohibited, I don’t see why someone couldn’t promote free trips to sell Marketing Boost.

What is the difference between attaching Marketing Boost to a third party or attaching it to myself as an income opportunity?

This, of course, raises the possibility of Marketing Boost functioning as a pyramid scam (i.e., the majority of subscribers are also affiliated).

I didn’t witness this happening outright, but there are some strange Marketing Boost income claims floating around:

The video above was shot in 2020. At the time, Caujuan Mayo claimed to be one of Marketing Boost’s “top affiliates”.

Marketing Boost appears to be viable when tied to a “conventional” firm. However, I am skeptical of its long-term viability.

Be wary of charlatans who use Marketing Boost to promote dubious MLM opportunities.

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