Is Color By Amber the opportunity that offers women a chance to make money working from home and earn a fulltime income? Become a stylist and sell eco friendly jewelry is what its about. Let’s review this MLM business opportunity to see what the potential is to make money as well as the pros and cons.
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Color By Amber Review – The Company
The company was started by Talley Goodson in 2014 and they are based in Canada. They use the multi level marketing business model to sell their jewelry.
The consultants are called “stylists”.
CBA has a selection of jewelry and handbags that are unique.
What makes the Color By Amber jewelry unique is that it consists of up to 40% eco friendly material plus the designs are made by artisans around the world including Africa, Asia and South America.
Pricing is reasonable for the quality and features for example:
- Earrings prices $25.50 to $54.00
- Skinnies prices $11.00 to 17.00
- Necklace prices $36.75 to $111.00
- Bracelet prices $29.00 to $64.00
Do Good Box
This is a subscription service where the customer can sign up and receive 3 different pieces of jewelry each month at a cost of$59.95
Customers can also add additional pieces at a 20% discount.
The Color By Amber Do Good Box is a way for the company to help out the communities where the artisans are from. A percentage of profits go to different causes such as:
- Artisan training
- Organic gardens
- Micro savings
- Literacy training
- Midwife training
With most MLM’s its all about the money, so it is nice to see that there is one that actually gives back.
Get Started As A Color By Amber Stylist
Getting started as a stylist can be done by signing up on the website using another consultants ID or name so they can get credit.
This is a multi level marketing company, so it is your advantage to look for a successful consult that can help you get up to speed. Most people that join MLM’s fail because they lack the knowledge and skills to market themselves.
Once you sign up the next step would be to buy a starter kit, because as a stylist your going to need samples and marketing materials.
Cost of the starter kit is $99 plus shipping.
The Color By Amber starter kit has a value of $250. The $250 credit is used to purchase pieces of jewelry that you would like to display for samples.
Plus you get additional discounts for purchasing more sample products, website, training material, catalogs and order forms.
How To Sell Color By Amber
Stylists are encouraged to host parties which are called Pop Ups.
Hosting Pop ups can be done at your home or the homes of friends and family. This is a way to get retail sales and meet new people, some which may want to join as stylists.
By doing Pop ups a stylist also has the ability to earn free products and discounts as shown below:
The more jewelry a stylist sell the larger the discounts become.
Hosted parties might be fun, but your time is limited and you can only do so many Pop ups.
In order to make more money, a stylist will need to continually be trying to recruit others into the opportunity. The advantage is that you would then earn income based off the sales of your recruits.
So how much money can you make selling Color By Amber?
A stylist can earn 25% to 40% retail commissions based on monthly sales volume. The more jewelry you sell the higher the commisson.
Earn On Your Downline
A Color By Amber Stylist also can earn an additional 3% to 10% on the sales of their down line.
There are different ranks that can be achieved including:
- Associate Stylist
- Senior Stylist
- Managing Director
- Senior Director
- Lead Executive
- Managing Executive
- Senior Executive
- Silver Executive
- Gold Executive
- Platinum Executive
There are also different levels within the ranks that pay out bonuses.
One thing that very few consultants have success with is recruiting others. The reality is that no matter how good the Color By Amber compensation plan is, it will take a full time effort to recruit and then train to keep an active down line.
Color By Amber Pros And Cons
Lets look at what the pluses and negatives of this opportunity.
Pros ( the good stuff )
- High commissions
- Unique designs
- Empowering women
- Supporting Artisan Communities
Cons ( the not so good stuff )
- Products limited to women
- Have to recruit others
- Will need a large stock of inventory to be successful
- Company is new
Color By Amber may be a new company, but they set themselves apart from the other MLM’s by using profits to help other less fortunate.
They also have a robust compensation plan. Does that mean that you should join as a stylist?
Women love jewelry and although the Color By Amber jewelry has some unique looking designs, there isn’t much that sets it apart from other brands both on and offline.
Finally although it seems easy to build a down line, and have a little sales force to earn commissions from, the reality is that most consultants with any MLM are never successful.
Therefore when it comes to making money, I will stick with my #1 pick.
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