Market America is a product brokerage that’s been around since 1992. Because of their over two decades of experience, the company has currently worked with over half a million independent distributors who sell products using the M.A. platform. The company likes to call itself the “Unfranchise” because it is allowing people to become their own business owners selling other companies’ products without the hassle of owning a local franchised store. The company is found in America, Canada and Singapore, and they have plans to expand to both Africa and Europe in the next few years. Over 650 people work for Market America in their worldwide offices helping entrepreneurs just like you to get started with their website packages. You can earn a few hundred dollars each month once your site is successfully marketed to the public.
The company works exclusively with affiliate manufacturing corporations to design, create and distribute product lines ranging from pet health products to automotive care detailing kits. The product lines include AutoWorks, Pet Health, Isotonix, Royal Spa and Snap. Independent distributors can pick and choose which products they want to sell on their websites depending on your own interests and customer needs. Many distributors will choose several product lines to sell to have a more well-rounded website and to increase their earning potential. Products can also be found on Market America’s own website, Shop.com. Distributors will be required to pay $100 a month to keep their sites active online.
Along with paying a fee to keep your site active, you’ll need to attend seminars and conventions both locally and online. If you fail to attend several seminars in a row, you will be considered an inactive distributor and can lose the rights to your site. For this reason, it’s essential that you understand what is required of you as a distributor of Market America before putting money into a website package. When you purchase a website package from the company, it will include a domain name, hosting and website builder. The site will also have all eCommerce plugins available to make it easy for your customers to purchase the products.
The technology and investment specialist, Shervin Pishevar has been strangely silent in recent months for a man well-known for being forthcoming with his opinions. However, the early investor in Uber and former head of the Virgin Hyperloop One project returned to the Twittersphere with a vengeance when he embarked on a 21-hour outburst about a range of different economic and political subjects. Among the ground covered by Shervin Pishevar were his thoughts on the state of the U.S. economy, infrastructure projects, and the importance of cryptocurrency in the near future.
Cryptocurrency has been a subject close to the heart of Pishevar in recent times and his latest prediction showed his deep understanding of the history and future of the Bitcoin market. The current state of the Cryptocurrency markets is seen as an issue with a sudden crash already underway for Bitcoin; the crash will be followed by a market offering less volatility and a steady rise in value for the next 24 months.
The 50 Tweet marathon of messages included some scathing words for politicians in Washington D.C. by the member of the J. William Fullbright Foreign Scholarship Board who sees the failure to secure trade deals as a problem for the bonds market. During the barrage of Tweets, Pishevar predicted more than a 6,000-point drop in the U.S. markets would be followed by the Bond’s Market attempting to rebound quickly. A lack of new foreign trade deals as the U.S. ignores its traditional allies and trade partners would leave the Bond’s Market with few partners remaining to deal with.
Turning his attention to what Shervin Pishevar described as the crumbling infrastructure of the U.S., the friend and business partner of Elon Musk and Sir Richard Branson singled out the two entrepreneurs for praise. However, the Tweets of Shervin Pishevar then stated those working on infrastructure projects who ridiculed the work done by SpaceX and Virgin Hyperloop One were short-sighted about the work being done by a small group of hard-working professionals.
As the price of Bitcoin keeps dropping, many people are beginning to put stock into the grim predictions of entrepreneur Shervin Pishevar. Over 2 days in early February, Shervin Pishevar took to Twitter to deliver his thoughts and opinions on the economy both in the United States and globally.
Delivered through 50 tweets, the 21-hour tweet storm left a lot of people shaking their heads. With predictions from the crash of bitcoin to the rise of China, there were a lot of concerning and controversial topics covered during Shervin Pishevar’s rant. The early investor in Uber has been correct in many of his predictions in the past so many aren’t taking what he’s saying lightly.
One of the huge concerns that were addressed in Shervin Pishevar’s Tweet storm is the problems with the infrastructure in the United States. For decades residents of the US have spoken about the crumbling infrastructure such as bridges and roads along with the problems in public transit that plague many cities. He brings up an example in China where they managed to build an entire train system in just 9 hours due to proper planning and execution. With efficient construction times like this, it’s difficult to understand why many of the US infrastructure projects tend to take months and sometimes even years to complete. While other global powers are focused on long-term goals, the United States and their businesses are stuck only focusing on the present and immediate future by only thinking in the short term.
He does later go on to explain that there are exceptions to the rules, but they are very rare. Shirven Pishevar brought up Elon Musk and the great success he has had with the Space X and Virgin Hyperloop programs.
Due to the US’ obsession with short-term prospects, projects on these scales are generally hard to get off the ground as many companies lack the willpower needed for them to succeed. To keep the US from crumbling in the future, action needs to be taken now.