By Rob Wynkoop
Picture this – combine the convenience of photo sharing websites where you can upload, edit and create unique fun images with the ability to print and send your creation anywhere in the country while building a residual income. Sound promising? A recent announcement from the founders of a new network marketing company launching in the fall of 2011 called Pixingo aims to do exactly that.
My early read on this company – once known as LifeShare – is that it aims to cash in on the success of Kody Bateman’s Send Out Cards network marketing company with competing products and lucrative unilevel compensation plan.
The Pixingo MLM company is anticipated to launch in November of 2011 – just in time for the Christmas holidays. It has unique name and cute cubic Penguin for a logo – giving it a very fresh “Twitter-esque” persona. Personally, I’m not exactly sure why the change from LifeShare to Pixingo except for maybe that they plan to focus less on the “card sharing” copy-cat persona that LifeShare seemed to exude. Perhaps this new hip branding and relaunch with a fairer unilevel compensation plan will be more focused on pictures and picture sharing and result in distributor success.
It is this reviewer’s opinion that they would do well to focus on a different niche than piggyback Send Out Cards. Given SOC’s new introductory $9 plan, I can’t see a new start up being able to compete as well as if they were the only company doing straight photosharing. If you’re looking for more information on Pixingo check out the Pixingo Facebook Page
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