≡ Menu

Network Marketing Tool: MLM Power Marketing system

Lately it seems that I have been running across a good number of systems actually designed for online MLM’ers. Just last year, that would not have happened with such frequency, so this is good news for all of us internet network marketers.

I have purchased bulk email leads in the past from several vendors and got an email today about ‘MLM Power Marketing’. This is an autoresponder system that allows uploads of your own opt-in leads. Unless you maintain a private system, this is normally not something that can be done. Aweber, for example, does not allow it whatsoever.

As long as your leads include the IP address, and time/date stamp, you may use them in this system. Depending on the plan that you choose (monthly fees apply), you can send up to 70,000 emails out per DAY. This is fairly amazing, I have to say.

Some of the highlights of the service, taken from the company site:
Can Spam Compliant
Automatic Spam optimization
Ability to create up to 12 separate campaigns
Create your own emails to send out or use pre-written ones
(The best part!) The Mailer and Autoresponders work on their servers, and not yours–
so you don’t risk blacklisting yourself
Leads tracking system integrated

Packages run from Basic (17.95/month) up to Super Master ($199.95/month).

I will be checking into this myself. If you want more information, here is the main site:
MLM Power Marketing.

It's only fair to share...Tweet about this on TwitterPin on Pinterest0Share on LinkedIn0Share on Google+0Share on Facebook0

Comments on this entry are closed.

  • Benny January 6, 2010, 11:13 pm

    I am considering using MLM Power Marketing. Do you still recommend it and are you currently using them. Please email me as soon as possible. Thank you.


    • admin January 8, 2010, 8:10 am

      Hi Benny,

      I have not personally used MLM Power Marketing. So unfortunately I can’t really comment.
      Thanks for taking the time to stop by.


  • John June 3, 2010, 4:36 am

    It is scam site. It shows unrealistic statistics while not even one email is being sent