AdJuice Review




Hello and Welcome to my AdJuice Review. My name is Randy Chambliss and my intention here is to provide you with the real facts about AdJuice
so you can make an informed business decision as to whether or not this business is right for you. is a group-buying network marketing company that offers discounts at local restaurants, stores, spas and other businesses and allows people to sign up and share their savings with friends, family and extended networks. AdJuice , Inc. is a wholly owned corporation of Beyond Commerce, Inc.

AdJuice’s “Merchant Referral Model” pays $100 for every independent marketing representative (IMR) personally enrolled, and $25 goes into a Quarterly Bonus Incentive Pool. Each new AdJuice IMR is required to refer four potential merchants that he/she agrees to contact. An IMR earns 15% commission on each deal he/she negotiates with a local merchant. AdJuice takes 5% of the gross profit from all daily deals and applies it to a profit sharing pool.

AdJuice was formerly Kaching Kaching.


But will it live as much as the hype?

In conclusion on this AdJuice Review, the organization isn’t a rip-off. Rather, it’s just one more Mlm Company that’s creating its credibility by supplying individuals an opportunity to produce generational wealth.

With AdJuice , what I’ve found is that the majority of distributors build their business using ‘old school’ tactics. It’s important to understand that although old school tactics work for some people, most people who are under 40 won’t have very good results today using home meetings, hotel meetings, and other kinds of traditional strategies. The reason for this is that most younger people don’t have the kind of contacts and sphere of influence that it really takes to build a business like this, and when they attempt it, they fall flat on their face.

That’s actually the reason I put this site together. I understand that it takes a lot of marketing knowledge to learn how to earn a significant income from home, and I wanted to extend a helping hand to people who are either looking at AdJuice or who are involved already and help them learn how to recruit people using modern day MLM strategies.

When I first got involved in MLM, I discovered I wasn’t very good at traditional MLM strategies, and as a result of listening to well meaning uplines, I failed at MLM for 4 years straight. After a while, I actually started experiencing a level of success, but I just didn’t like going to all of the meetings, and having weekly ‘baby sitting’ meetings with all of my downline, so I learned to market online. Within my first 2 months I sponsored more people then I did in an entire year of marketing online, I later went on to have the second largest downline in my company.

If you’ll serious about entering the Network Marketing area then you have to Master Marketing. “He who controls Marketing Wins”

So what I’ve done is put together an 10 day training mastermind Boot Camp that will teach you how you can do what I did, and it will work for you whether you’re involved with AdJuice or any other home based business opportunity!


Randy Chambliss

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