Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Amway Ambots Piss Poor At Marketing

For people who run real businesses, marketing is a part of making our business successful.

For Amway Ambots who run pretend businesses they don’t do marketing. Begging and pleading with someone to buy your overpriced shitty products or come to a Scamway meeting is not what I’d call marketing. But then Amway Ambots are commissioned salespeople following Amway’s rules. Not to mention obeying their Amway cult leader’s orders. The real marketing is done by employees at Amway’s head office. The marketing department works for Amway’s owners and here’s a good time to point out again that if your last name ain’t VanAndel or DeVos then you don’t own an Amway business or have a marketing department on your salary. You’re a commissioned salesperson for the owners of the Amway business who fuck with minds by calling their commissioned salesforce IBO’s – Independent Business Owners. LOL!!! HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!! Brainwashed much you fucking Amway losers!!!! LOL!!!!!! Amway’s marketing department spends scads of money flogging their scam to attract victims. $40 million to put their name on an arena in Orlando for 10 years. Unknown amount of money to open a business location at the Mets stadium. Paying Miss America as a spokesperson to flog their cosmetics. Ads on television. You don’t see individual Amway ambots doing any of that shit.

Ask any business owner what makes their business different than their competitors and they probably say something about their exceptional customer service, how they focus on the customer and treat the customer. All business owners say that and although many like to believe they offer exceptional customer service, they probably don’t. More so if they rely on employees to offer that exceptional customer service. Especially if it’s a high turnover type job like in food or retail. The employee is just there to make money. They’re gone when they find a better job that gives them a pay increase of 50¢ an hour.

Here’s more marketing things real business owners do:

  1. They have a marketing plan. They figure out who their target customers are and focus on marketing strategies to that demographic. They don’t waste time and money trying to reel in customers who don’t have a need for their product or service. Let’s go back to the above where Amway Ambots marketing plan consists of begging and pleading with everyone they know to buy overpriced shitty Amway products they don’t need. Get fucking real! Most of the world wants to buy good products at a good price, not pay big bucks for generic and substandard products. Not everyone wants to buy energy drinks that taste like cat piss or snake oil vitamins or leaky tampons. Its’s called knowing your market and Amway Ambots SUCK at that.
  2. Ask any Amway Ambot if they know what SWOT is and they probably think it’s part of the police. LOL!!!! The SWOT analysis assesses your businesses Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. OK let’s analyze an Amway Ambot’s pretend business. Strengths? Anyone? Anyone? Sorry a pretend business has no strengths, no survival possible. Weaknesses? Selling overpriced shitty products that no one wants. No possible survival in the business marketplace. Opportunities? To an Amway Ambot that probably means going Platinum and going Diamond. Threats? What poses unfavorable conditions to the “business”? Let’s start off with this blog and similar places on the Internet where victims of the Amway scam talk about our financial and emotional distress and warn others not to make the same mistake we made. Amway’s shitty reputation precedes them.
  3. Any Amway Ambots perform a marketing audit? Seeing as how they don’t do things that real business owners do such as come up with a business plan, then a marketing audit goes out the window. No business plan, how can you know if you’re on target when you do a marketing audit.
  4. Know the competition. I’m not talking Monavie here or other MLMs. The biggest competition to Amway is just about every product they sell, people can buy a better quality product at the grocery store or department store for a much lower price. Amway Ambot’s response goes something like Amway products are priced to reflect their high quality. LOL!!! Ha ha ha ha!!! Yup everyone just about pees their pants when they hear that bullshit! Another Amway Ambot Amspeak goes something to the effect that Amway products are the best out there. Again try not to pee your pants laughing! Phrases like that are what labels Amway Ambots as liars.
  5. Customer retention. Part of marketing is keeping your existing customers while winning over new customers. In Amway, ambots are all about alienating people. Insulting people who won’t buy their shitty overpriced products. Sneering at people who have J.O.B.s. Putting down people who won’t come to Amway meetings. The list goes on and on. Real business owners don’t use those marketing tactics if they want to remain in business.
  6. Learn from your experience. We try different marketing methods and figure out what works and what doesn’t work. Amway Ambots bitch at the rest of the world as part of their marketing methods screeching out Amspeak like broke loser unchristian dreamstealer. How is that marketing strategy working out for them?
  7. Marketing trends. Real business owners are on the lookout for new marketing trends to help increase profits. I don’t see any Amway Ambots doing that.

There are other marketing tools that real business owners use. Marketing is part of the job for a business owner, or if the company is big enough to hire employees then hires marketing people, but for small business usually the owner is the marketing department.

If you’re an Amway Ambot and you don’t have a business plan that includes marketing strategies…. Oh well. Not that important when you’re playing pretend big shot business owner and spending all day on the cell phone and all night hanging out with other Ambots at Amway cult meetings. Pretend business owners don’t have to worry about marketing. That would take too much time away from worshipping the Great Amway God.


  1. The best marketing Amway can do is to pay their new reps. More than the measly 10.00 for 300.00 purchased. Still the wwdb ibos do a horrible job still on social media of promoting their group. It's laughable how especially after every functions we see these dorky picks of their group. Also the stupid quotes all over their social media pages

    1. Anonymous - Amway should have all their employees punch a time clock and pay them by the hour and a commission bonus thing too. If Ambots punched a clock when coming and leaving Amway cult meetings and attending functions and "counselling" sessions and got paid a guaranteed $10/hour just for showing up there'd be a lot more ambots in the Amway cult!

      Yeah if you're marketing consists mainly of using social media that might not work out so good. Especially if you're in a scam MLM thing. Who wants to see a bunch of fucking Amway assholes in business suits with some fucking stupid caption like "going Diamond" and "we'll be walking the beaches of the world while you broke losers are working a J.O.B. for someone else." Amway Ambot marketing is piss poor! LOL!!!

    2. Its funny because their friends and families have no clue they are ambots. Then sudden post of nutrilite and xs energy drink all over Facebook. After that calling all non ibos just over broke or other things. When they come on knocking or calling. They wonder why they get laughed at. Also post endless dorky pics with their upline leaders like Greg Duncan, danzik,etc in wwdb. I'm sure their leader had a talk to then about not posting or quitting social media. But like Anna says many remain bad little ambots lol. They are lucky I'm not a asshole and post their first & last name on here to really embarrass the little ahole ambots.

    3. Anonymous - that might be partly because its really embarrassing to tell people you're in Amway. They'd laugh at you, call you a dumb fuck, try to talk you out of it, etc. Its just like probably too many people don't go around telling people they've joined any cult. You might only find out your sister is a Hare Krishna when you see Facebook photos of her new friends and their new hairstyles and garments.

      Well if you posted names we wouldn't publish the comment. We're not all about making people even more embarrassed by their affiliation with Amway or anything we can't verify or its too much trouble to look into. Like someone posted a comment talking about this Amjerk having a homosexual relationship with a Diamond and mentioned everyone's names. We have no way to contact these people to verify and why would we. Who they're having affairs with is only of interest to nosy Amway assholes. The rest of us don't give a shit. But that could only embarrass the parties involved plus the woman who married the gay Diamond. That's why we just refer to them by swear words. Our upline is everyone's upline fucking assholes that they are!

  2. Stumbled on your blog by accident. Doing a Google search for a purveyor in my industry and their name just happens to include World Wide. Over the past couple of days I've read your thoughts and the many comments. It's been terribly entertaining as I've actually LMFAO at your retorts. Your sense of humor is especially sharp and obviously rooted in fact/personal experience. I chuckle at the term "pretend" business. Most entertaining is the back and forth between you and the like minded vs the predictable, indefensible, Ambot canned speak. I had to pinch myself to realize that it's 2015. In the very 90's I did a year as an IBO. I'd been in business for myself since age 16, was interested in new opportunities, open minded and checked it out. Was always successful but got bored easily so The Business was intriguing.
    Nothing other than the faces have changed. You hear defenders saying the exact same things as 20+ years ago. "Well that was then, but this is the NEW Amway", and so on. It struck me then as it still does to this day how remarkable it is to spend so much time extolling the virtues of a venture by having to constantly defend it. It's unprecedented in all of business. Continually on the defensive in order to promote. Honestly, people buy goods and services because they want, need and like them as opposed to justifying why a roll of toilet paper or a tampon doesn't suck. Reading this blog, many things came rushing back. I've never spoken about my experience or how I perceived all of the things and situations. It's been good to hear that my experience and perception was identical to many hundreds if not thousands of others. The tools scam, the shitty substandard over priced products, the endless events that are all emotion and no substance, the cult mentality of counciling upline even though your upline are a bunch of total failures, etc, etc.

    Several folks have mentioned that with much less effort a career in a more traditional and well regarded sales position such as real estate is a better opportunity. I agree. I'm in the yacht brokerage business. It's lucrative and gratifying. I have huge amounts of free time. Amspeak touts tools. "You can't expect to run a successful business without investing in supplies and education". Horseshit, I run my business with a goddamn iPhone and wireless printer. They have a fucking answer for everything geared to keep you afraid with the end game being padding the pockets of those at the top. "Don't quit now, you're so close"...that's a good one. Dangling the carrot and the promise of delayed gratification. Preying on people's fears and weakness and desires for money, houses, cars, vacations and yachts. "Time and money, who has both? You've either got time and no money or money and no time to enjoy it". Bullshit and FUD. "Your JOB is rut. Just a grave with the ends kicked out". Every successful person I know (and in my business I associated with some big boys and girls, not someday wannabes) love their profession and can't imagine doing anything else, me included.
    It ain't about the money or the possessions. It's about the adrenalin rush of the deal. The goddamn money's just a way of keeping score. I don't need a yacht because I can't possibly accept all of the invites I get from my clients to join them, for free on theirs. Cars, who gives a flying fuck. I can drive whatever I want and nothing beats my 10 year old F150 FWD. Houses, I'm never there...too busy out sailing or boating or traveling to show boats to clients. Looser? Really? It didn't require me lying or omitting facts about my profession nor did it take 3-5 years to actually make a damn dime. True it takes 3-5 years to build a successful businesses for the long run. But shit, I made six grand on my first boat deal in my first month....about three weeks after I ditched Scamway. Still representing folks who simply want fun and value. What a J.O.B.

    1. Hi Anonymous! Glad you stumbled upon the blog and stopped by to share your experiences. LOL This blog is really high on search engines for just about everything - Amway related or not! Yeah we get a lot of visitors and comments left which bumps up the ranking. I'm not sure why ambots stop by here to bitch and gloat that they're so much better than us because they're in Amway. Whenever they do that they help it along the search ranks. You'd think their Amway cult leaders would be running meetings teaching them to stay away from blogs like this for that very reason!

      As you figured out we have to entertain to keep people coming back to read more and at the same time they're being entertained they learn what its like being inside the Amway cult. Hopefully our experiences can help our readers not get caught in this hell. And for those who already are and can't escape (probably the husband is an ambot) the blog brings them comfort and know they're not alone. And when I curse out the assholes in the Amway upline, I'm doing it for them too!

      As you can see nothing has changed in Amway since the 90's (and probably the 80's maybe the 70's). Except the prices have gone up!

      I've never worked for any other company where the employees were required to vigorously defend their employer. I wouldn't want to work for a company like that.

      As you're remarkable proof of, there are employers out there who pay much better commission to their sales force. I bet you don't have too many ambots as clients! LOL! Unless you get the Amway losers who are out "dreaming" or whatever they call it when they go out and look at big expensive things they'll never afford as long as they stay inside Amway.

      Thanks for your great recollections showing us that the Amspeak and everything else stays the same in Amway.


Comments are moderated but we publish just about everything. Even brainwashed ambots who show up here to accuse us of not trying hard enough and that we are lazy, quitters, negative, unchristian dreamstealers. Like we haven’t heard that Amspeak abuse from the assholes in our upline!

If your comment didn’t get published it could be one of these reasons:
1. Is it the weekend? We don’t moderate comments on weekends. Maybe not every day during the week either. Patience.
2. Racist/bigoted comments? Take that shit somewhere else.
3. Naming names? Public figures like politicians and actors and people known in Amway are probably OK – the owners, Diamonds with CDs or who speak at functions, people in Amway’s publicity department who write press releases and blogs. Its humiliating for people to admit their association with Amway so respect their privacy if they’re not out there telling everyone about the love of their life.
4. Gossip that serves no purpose. There are other places to dish about what Diamonds are having affairs or guessing why they’re getting divorced. If you absolutely must share that here – don’t name names. I get too many nosy ambots searching for this. Lets not help them find this shit.
5. Posting something creepy anonymously and we can’t track your location because you’re on a mobile device or using hide my ass or some other proxy. I attracted an obsessed fan and one of my blog administrators attracted a cyberstalker. Lets keep it safe for everyone. Anonymous is OK. Creepy anonymous and hiding – go fuck yourselves!
6. Posting something that serves no purpose other than to cause fighting.
7. Posting bullshit Amway propaganda. We might publish that comment to make fun of you. Otherwise take your agenda somewhere else. Not interested.
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