I’m sure someone introduced this to you as some opportunity for you to make money online and they might have even thrown in the whole “no recruiting required” deal.
Is this a legit opportunity or some type of recruiting based ponzi scheme that seems to be the hottest products on the market?
This Netqube review will give you the ins and outs of what you will be getting into so that you don’t waste your time on something that might not live up to the hype.
I guess with the Crypto Currency hype dying down, it seems that things are going back to the traditional model of recruiting and this seems to be one of them.
For those of you considering this as your next venture, allow me to break things down for you to show you exactly what you will be getting from a program that isn’t exactly the cheapest to join as far as upfront costs are concerned.
Will this be the one program that actually makes you money without recruiting like they claim?
Many have offered the same deal but once you get in, the main focus is on getting others to join you in order for you to make money.
Let’s just hope that this is different though and they actually provide some kind of value.
What is Netqube?
Netqube is a social media platform that offers its members a chance to make money by their unique affiliate marketing structure that is done within their site.
It is owned by Dan Wolfanger, who was also involved with (another social media site) that seems to have gone under the water.
There are no tangible products that come with Netqube, so you can’t really compare this to Tupperware or any other actual multilevel marketing business.
The only thing you can expect is an affiliate link from which you can and will need to share in order to make money.
Join, share your link, make money.
The whole “affiliate marketing meets social influence” is what got me interested though as that is what I do for a living, so let’s see what they have to offer besides an affiliate membership.
How Netqube Works
“NetQube first matches your knowledge and interests with products, services and advertisers that are hungry for your reviews, endorsements and social recommendations”
By reviewing products that have your unique affiliate link attached to them, you will then get credit for that product from which you will make money from as long as it is approved by one of their partners.
That might be one of the ways but I’m sure the main goal here is to recruit others so that you can make money when they signup using your link.
That is the main reason behind this program and that is also why everyone and their mothers are sharing their links on social media.
By telling others about this opportunity, you will get compensated for your efforts through the same structure that you would see with network marketing.
The Compensation Plan
Just like most MLM type of businesses, Netqube runs on a 3×10 matrix and pays its members through your efforts and the effort from your group (the people you bring in).
For every person you bring into the company you will earn $25 for your efforts.
There are also bonuses which you can see in the screenshot below.
Their matrix works a little different from most pyramids as you are required to refer a certain amount of members before you open up tiers 5-10.
- Refer one – tier 5 opens
- Refer 2 – tier 6 opens
- Refer 3 – tier 7 opens
- Refer 4 – tier 8 opens
- Refer 5 – tier 9 opens
- Refer 6 – tier 10 opens
*Everything stops at the 10th level so you won’t be able to earn any money from that point on.
Pros & Cons
- Can make you money
- Still recruiting based
- No actual products or service
- Brings nothing new to the table
Final Verdict: Not Recommended
Not the best way to make money and not exactly a scam, Netqube is nothing more than a recruiting based program with a little bonus attached to it.
With recruiting being its main approach to things, I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone, especially if you don’t have a huge following on social media.
Then again, you don’t want to get people to join your so called opportunity just so you can make money.
I give this program two thumbs down and not one on my recommended list of opportunities.
What I Really Think
I did think that this was going to bring something new to the table but it seems like it is just another Divvee that is trying to cash in on social media.
I am a huge fan of affiliate marketing though and that is one thing I would recommend that you should at least try as that is one business model that works with any budget.
The Wealthy Affiliate is the same program I used to learn how to do affiliate marketing and they have everything you need to succeed online.
Other than that, I hope this NetQube review has given you all the information you need to know before joining another recruiting based program.
If you have any questions about this or any other opportunity, feel free to leave them in the comments section below and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Thanks for reading and good luck!
P.S. Don’t forget to read about my #1 recommendation here!