About The Author – Tyler Elson
Tyler graduated with honors from the University of Notre Dame while competing as a 3-year varsity athlete. He worked as a senior business analyst in a Fortune 100 company and managed inventory and supply chain for a $100 million program. He briefly left the business world to help start a high school and build the math and science curriculum for students with language learning differences. Upon moving to Boulder, Tyler started his own digital marketing and content company, specializing in online presence (analysis and growth) and data-driven, consumer-focused content. He has served on the board of directors for multiple state and national non-profit organizations, and recently published his first children’s book. For this review, Tyler was granted free access to the DGL platform so he could understand the business and its inner workings and provide a non-biased review.
Digital Genius Lab Review: Opportunity or Scam?
These days, it can be difficult to discern which opportunities are legit and which aren’t. On the internet, especially, there’s so much information—about everything!
How can you tell the fake from the real?
When it comes to entrepreneurial advice—advice that could really impact your life—it pays (literally) to be careful.
Today, I’m taking a close look at the Digital Genius Lab (DGL).
Because this company promises a lot—the opportunity to supplement your income, leave your 9 to 5 life to work from home, and build a business from scratch.
Sounds awesome, right?
Well, this company has been under a lot of scrutiny lately. They’ve been accused of using unethical sales tactics and operating like an MLM.
This review, in part, comes in response to the negative reviews out there. I wanted to give DGL a truly neutral and thorough evaluation.
I actually signed up for the Digital Genius Lab (DGL) and used their system. In this article, you’ll find everything I experienced and learned using the platform, as well as everything I could find on the company.
Is DGL a legitimate business opportunity? Let’s find out, together.
Can You Trust an Online Review?
Whether we trust them or not, we all read online reviews. When we buy, we want the best. And we care about those five star ratings… to a degree that might surprise you.
It’s estimated that 95 percent of online shoppers look at reviews before buying. If a company does not provide reviews or testimonials, you are statistically less likely to buy from them. Not only that, but 84 percent of us trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
In short, reviews matter.
DGL has had bad luck in that department. The new company does not have many reviews, and they’ve been getting slammed with negative ones.
But, are these negative reviews legitimate? Who are they coming from?
Many of DGL’s outside reviews currently come from their competitors, which is important to note. It doesn’t necessarily make these reviews unfair or unfounded, but the intention of these reviews, and the reason they were written, isn’t just to share information.
I’ll show you what I mean.
One competitor claims DGL is an MLM that costs too much—but scroll down the page of this review, and you’ll see them promoting a competitor with similar marketing services.
Source: Bare Naked Scam
It’s a bit like having Target review Walmart—there’s an ingrained bias that’s almost impossible to eliminate. And, in the end they’re still trying to sell you something.
Yet another review suggests DGL is an MLM. You don’t even have to scroll down the page to find the reviewer promoting their own money-making system, as well as a service to “get your money back” if you’ve been scammed.
Source: Dale Rodgers
Clearly, this reviewer is trying to promote themselves. And they’re doing it by targeting traffic that wants to learn about Digital Genius Lab.
They even use the same language in their own marketing pitch—make money online, earn up to $x every month, no experience needed…
When you’re reading a negative review, it’s always important to consider the context.
One important question to ask is: does this review come from a real person who used the product? Or was it written by a competitor selling their own similar service?
If you’re genuinely interested in a service, you want information from someone who actually used it; not a competitor who’s trying to promote their own services.
That’s why member reviews are so valuable.
As of this writing, DGL’s website is locked, and only members can view the content. That made it harder to get testimonials from actual users (more on this later).
But when you’re looking at a member review, there are a few things to keep in mind, too.
Are members providing legitimate concerns, or did they expect the product to work without putting in the necessary effort?
Even positive reviews can require a second look. If a member is trying to make a sale or recruit a new member, the review may gloss over certain drawbacks that you really want (or need) to know about.
In my experience, DGL isn’t a goose that lays golden eggs. It’s a training system that provides support and a ready-to-sell product to entrepreneurs who want to develop and grow businesses online. And, they seem to be open about what it takes to succeed in the program. That is, essentially, their mission.
But does it deliver?
I actually joined Digital Genius Lab (including their Fast Track Triple Pack [30-Day Fast Track, 90-Accelerator, Mastermind League Program]); and interviewed members and the founders.
I’m not trying to sell you an online money-making system (or anything). I’m telling you about my experience and what you can expect if you are considering joining DGL.
Is DGL an MLM (or Pyramid Scheme)?
Before we get into whether or not Digital Genius Lab is a pyramid scheme, let’s understand what we’re talking about.
What is an MLM?
Multi-level marketing (MLM), which is also commonly referred to as pyramid selling, pyramid scheme, network marketing, and referral marketing, is a business model in which the revenue is derived from a non-salaried workforce selling the company’s services. It’s a pyramid-shaped commission system in which the people at the top make the largest profit.
Of course, if higher earnings for top members is the only measure of an MLM, almost every business in the world could be called a pyramid scheme.
So, why are MLM’s associated with scams when other businesses aren’t?
Forbes has even asked: Is MLM a bad word? That article interestingly concludes, no—an MLM can be a legitimate way to make money. However, MLMs are thought of as schemes because they generally encourage participants to expect large returns with minimal investment.
Promises to earn money fast without any training abound, and most people simply don’t have the skill set or work ethic to make an at-home business profitable.
According to the Federal Trade Commission, at least 99 percent of people who join MLMs lose money. It is for this reason—the difference in actual earnings vs projected income—that many MLMs have been associated with scams.
Similarly, many direct sales businesses have been associated with MLMs because they use recruitment and hard (potentially misleading) sales tactics. But, a business isn’t necessarily a pyramid scheme just because it recruits people.
So, the question I had to answer is, “Is DGL misleading people?”
I don’t think they are.
DGL isn’t really about recruiting or selling its own brand. You can earn money when people you recruit make a sale, but recruitment isn’t the primary focus.
A true pyramid scheme, on the other hand, relies heavily on recruiting new members.
DGL is more like a “lane” structure than a pyramid.
What does this mean, and how is a lane different from a row on a pyramid?
All businesses have opportunities to move up, typically based on merit and performance. With DGL, members can advance without recruiting anyone.
The “over and down” model is a six-lane compensation system that’s based on total volume of sales, which I break down later. Ask a big business how they decide which salespeople to promote and you’ll find a similar approach: those who are most effective are promoted and compensated at a higher level than new team members.
DGL does offer direct selling with Enagic products. But, members are not required to sell Enagic products. They are simply there to provide a way to implement the marketing strategies DGL teaches.
The products are there to earn as you learn, if you will.
When you first sign up, you’re encouraged to schedule a coaching call. This call is not a sales pitch, rather it’s a way to clarify goals and gain information. As founder Sean Malone says, “If the program isn’t a good fit for you—if you are expecting immediate returns without any effort—we tell you that up front and encourage you to look elsewhere.”
That said, the DGL team is passionate. And, this passion can sometimes get them grouped in with less savory companies that use passion as a way to convince people to part with their money. After all, the “con” in con artist stands for confidence… And, don’t you need courage to launch a business online?
But, the confidence DGL provides seems solid.
One of the most valuable aspects of DGL, if not the most valuable, is its marketing platform and support services. This platform provides seemingly endless resources and tools for new and experienced entrepreneurs alike.
And, unlike an MLM, you aren’t bugging your friends or calling bad leads. You’re simply using the internet to market a business. Importantly, participants make money selling products without actively selling the Digital Genius Lab system.
To help maintain an approach that’s above board, DGL has a digital code of ethics members are required to agree to before they can join.
From what I can tell, DGL prides themselves on being a highly competitive and ethical company.
DGL History: What I Know About its Members
The motivation behind creating DGL is actually adorable.
The founding members, Sean and Melissa Malone, are a self-proclaimed “power couple” who wanted to find more ways to spend time together.
With their “Original Power Couple” brand, they coach couples who, like them, want careers that let them spend more of their lives together.
One of the primary selling points for DGL is that it’s an opportunity to work from home, meaning it allows the freedom to have more time and resources to spend doing what you love with the people you love.
Their third founding member, Chris “The Idea Guy” Baden is a longtime friend of Sean’s. Chris decided to join DGL when he realized his current position was eating up his time. When he agreed to join DGL, Chris had a son on the way. He saw DGL as a way to get some of his precious time back, so he could better serve his family.
All three members have impressive backgrounds in business.
Melissa helped grow a dental practice from nothing to over seven figures.
Sean is a serial entrepreneur. He has owned five businesses. His biggest success prior to DGL was an electronics company he grew from $250,000 to over $8,000,000.
Chris’s portfolio includes over 200 businesses. Before he partnered with Sean and Melissa, he ran his own insurance agency that made over $1,000,000 in revenue per year. (Fun fact about Chris, he also competed on the hit TV show American Ninja Warrior.)
The founders of Digital Genius Lab (Melissa, Sean and Chris) originally wanted to create an accessible online marketing service because they realized such a product—one with user-friendly education, support and tools—didn’t exist.
And as DGL grew, Sean, Melissa and Chris saw they were in a place to give back.
DGL donates a percentage of their profits to NeverThirst, an organization dedicated to connecting communities to sustainable water resources. The money from DGL helps build several wells each year for communities without access to clean drinking water.
Now, the founders are proud to say their “work is motivated by a higher cause.”
The founders of DGL believe in doing the right thing, even when no one is watching. This mantra also applies to their business model and the support they provide their members.
The DGL Business Model
The goal of DGL is to provide aspiring entrepreneurs with the education, skills, and resources necessary to build a successful affiliate marketing business online.
It prides itself on being a marketing platform and teaching course. And, they provide ongoing support to ensure you’re not putting all your eggs in one basket.
How exactly do they help members achieve goals?
They do it in stages. And, every new member starts by moving through five training modules.
- Module 1. Here, you learn how to set-up, season, moderate, and grow a Facebook fan page. By marketing strategically on Facebook, members are able to generate their own leads and make sales, all while learning how to repeat that success selling their own (or other affiliate) products.
- Module 2. In Module 2, you learn how to create a unique domain, sales funnel, and a “Thank You” video, which DGL teaches you how to film and install. Building a website, creating sales funnels, and automating communication with leads and customers are all central to building an online business.
- Module 3. With the platforms from Modules 1 and 2 in place, it’s time to start advertising. Facebook is a vital platform for online marketers. But, its complexity and regular changes to advertising algorithms can make Facebook seem inaccessible for new entrepreneurs. In its 3rd module, DGL teaches members how to get set-up as a business manager, create an ad account, target a specific audience, and run post-engagement ads to automatically follow up with warm leads.
- Module 4. Now, you’re getting into the nitty gritty. Here, you learn marketing and advertising secrets to help your business thrive. In other words, you get know ad columns, how to interpret ad data, the six most successful ad types, Facebook ad guidelines, and how to place a “conversion” ad.
- Module 5. In their final “basic” module, DGL empowers you to analyze campaign performance, scale up, respond to “more info” comments, and utilize leads and buyers to increase engagement and conversions.
Along with these modules, DGL also provides a variety of packages for people who want to get started even faster. Depending on your goals—whether you want to launch right away or take the slow and steady route—there are a variety of options.
The Fast Track Triple Pack
The Triple Pack consists of the 30 Day Fast Track, 90 Day Accelerator, and the DGL Mastermind League.
You can purchase all at once or simply start with the 30 Day Fast Track. Or, you can just use the marketing resources and platform you learned in the first 5 modules.
To help you decide what package is right for you (if any), let’s dive into all three components of the Fast Track Triple Pack.
The 30 Day Fast Track
This is a 4-week program that comes with two business coaches from the DGL community.
The structured, step by step curriculum is designed to help get your business off the ground fast.
It’s focused on helping you achieve your first “optimized” marketing campaign. You do this by defining and hitting a target.
The 30 Day Fast Track also offers ad review for compliance, content, and concepts, which ensures your campaign meets Facebook standards while staying true to your personal brand.
At the end of the program, DGL rewards you with a graduation t-shirt at no cost, which is pretty fun and helps members feel more like a community than competitors.
In order to move onto the 90 Day Accelerator Program, you must show proof that you graduated from the 30 Day Fast Track.
90 Day Accelerator
This 13-week program comes with one video per day for 90 days to advance your marketing goals. These videos happen in succession, making it easy to keep up with the program and achieve the desired results.
It also comes with additional coaches for even more direct support. What else do you get with the 90 Day Accelerator?
- Your first sale!
The objective of this program is to walk you toward your very first sale. It does this by building from your first campaign. Once you achieve your first sale, you win a set of sweatpants that matches the t-shirt from the 30 Day Fast Track.
- Mindset Training
With big, daunting projects, it can be easy to get overwhelmed and throw in the towel. The 90 Day Accelerator accounts for this with Mindset Training.
Mindset Training starts with the law of intention—why are you doing this? What are you true motivations? Answering these questions prepares you to go get your next sale, rather than leaving you “wishing” for results.
Mindset Training is about positive thinking and keeping yourself accountable and motivated, which are all crucial aspects when growing a business. The failure rate for new businesses is around 50 percent. So, staying motivated is key.
- Video Ads
The 90 Day Accelerator also teaches you how to build video ads.
Honestly, I found this aspect to be a bit lacking. The quality of the video (about building quality videos) was a little underwhelming.
But, it does teach you about retargeting pixels and how to navigate ad columns, two very important aspects of marketing on Facebook.
As you can see from the title of these programs—the 30 Day Fast Track and 90 Day Accelerator—success does not happen overnight. In fact, most new DGL members don’t see a sale until after the first month.
These first two programs are really about laying a successful foundation and preparing you for what’s next.
DGL Mastermind League
Once you graduate from the 90 Day Accelerator, you can join the DGL Mastermind League. The league consists of 5-8 person teams that compete against each other for the most direct sales for their business over a given 90 day period.
This promotes accountability and peer support. Your group meets weekly over a webinar or Zoom and tracks your numbers, while helping each other with advertising, content, and marketing.
Winning groups win a DGL Mastermind League Hoodie Sweatshirt, which matches the sweatpants and t-shirt, to complete the outfit.
These competitions also offer additional incentives.
DGL also has additional contests focused around their cause. One of these contests is the NeverThirst Well Title. As I noted earlier, DGL donates a percentage of their profits to NeverThirst, an organization that installs wells worldwide in communities that need them most. If you win this title, your name appears on the plaque of a new well.
That’s pretty cool.
What Exactly Does DGL Sell?
With DGL’s program, you learn how to grow visibility on social media, how to utilize paid advertising, and how affiliate marketing works. These are skills that members can use to sell their own products or those offered through Digital Genius Lab.
One of the many useful resources DGL offers is support navigating Facebook advertising, which can be especially challenging for a new user.
The DGL program and mentors can help you:
- clarify your objective
- gain traction
- choose your audience
- set a budget
- create the ad
- utilize calls to action
- measure results, and
- make adjustments accordingly
An All-In-One Marketing Platform
DGL’s user-friendly platform allows you to easily create and track your ads, regardless of experience level. It also comes with real-time support to guide you through the process.
The beauty of the DGL platform is that it’s fully automated. The platform completes all of your presentations, email marketing, phone calls, and training so you never have to pick up the phone when you’re getting started.
And, that means you can focus mainly on digital marketing.
With Facebook advertising, you get results by investing wisely in ads. With DGL, you receive guidance to help you start at the right advertising level for you, and scale up as your ads gain more traction.
If you don’t have a product or service to sell, or you’re looking to simply gain supplemental income, DGL offers products that you can use to “earn as you learn.”
Enagic is a direct selling corporation that offers water filtration products and health supplements.
DGL offers what they call a “Trifecta” of Enagic products, including the water filtration system, shower system, and their Ukon supplements, which are FDA-approved.
Some reviewers have called Enagic an MLM because of its sales tactics. And while this might be a legitimate criticism, Enagic has been around for 40+ years. In today’s business economy, you don’t make it this long without having a rock solid foundation.
Because DGL sells Enagic products, some have accused DGL of being an MLM. However, as I already covered, DGL is, first and foremost, a marketing training program.
By offering Enagic to members, DGL offers a way to earn while you learn. Members are not locked into a contract to sell these products, nor are they required to sell these products.
Why did DGL choose Enagic as its training partner if Enagic is dealing with negative reviews?
According to founder Sean Malone, DGL exclusively works with Enagic because they are considered one of the best direct sales company in history.
DGL researched over 150 other compensation models, including business models from Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Americas, in both traditional business and in the direct selling world. DGL found Enagic’s compensation model to be the best. Enagic is the only direct selling company whose compensation model is patented. This means no other company can copy it.
Also, only one in 18,000 people worldwide have any sort of water filtration system. That means the opportunity with Enagic products is rather high. Unlike other MLMs and affiliate marketing businesses that sell “useless” products (or common ones you can find at the local grocery store), water filtration can have real health benefits.
Remember, the founders are committed to helping communities access clean water. And, given Enagic’s business model, products, and long-term success, it was a natural fit for DGL.
How does the commission with Enagic products work?
Commission earned through Enagic works in stages. Below, you’ll see the payout rate per Trifecta order for each lane.
- 1A – $565
The first two product purchases you receive are compensated at the 1A level. When a Trifecta is sold in your 1A lane, you earn $565.
- 2A – $1,130
Once three products in your business have sold, you’re compensated on future sales at the 2A level. That’s $1,130 per Trifecta sale.
- 3A – $1,680
You get to level 3A by selling 11 product sets. On the 12th sale (and through your 20th), you’re compensated at the 3A level, or $1,680 per Trifecta sale.
- 4A – $2,200
Once 21 product sets have sold in your business, future sales are compensated at the 4A level. That’s $2,200 for every Trifecta sale you or your team members make.
- 5A – $2,800
Once 51 products have sold, you’re compensated on future sales at the 5A level, or $2,800 per Trifecta sale.
- 6A – $3,300
Finally, once you sell 101 products in your business, you start receiving compensation at the 6A level. That’s an impressive $3,300 for every Trifecta sale.
Keep in mind, this is cumulative sales from your entire team. Which means you could rise to higher levels simply by aligning yourself with other motivated DGL members.
Can other DGL members “steal” your sale?
In many MLMs, the most successful members tend to close the most sales. This can make it hard for new members to become profitable, and could explain why 99% of traditional MLM participants lose money.
DGL bucks the trend and tries to make every member successful by operating what they call the “First Touch System” for leads.
How it works is the first person who gets a lead to opt-in for more information remains your lead. For example, if someone clicks to learn more about Enagic products through your page, but then buys from a more experienced DGL member they find, the sale is still yours.
If this feature didn’t exist, only the top earners would continue to earn, because they’re most visible. This feature allows everyone a fair shot.
Joining the DGL Community
One of the founding principles of DGL is equipping people with the tools to improve their quality of life. They do that by providing extensive resources and value.
And, in my experience, DGL really believes in its manifesto.
The community is as real as it is helpful.
When you’re learning how to navigate the complex world of internet marketing, it can really help to have someone in your corner, directing you, helping you figure out lanes, products, and how the process works.
DGL provides quick email responses. If you need to talk to a real person, you can hop on a coaching call, which are easy to schedule.
The coaching calls are actually mandatory to help you stay accountable and ensure you’re moving toward your earning goals. You speak once a week with a coach to discuss a wide variety of concerns—anything from brushing up on training, to asking questions, or just chatting about how other members are doing.
The Digital Genius Lab Facebook group is also a useful tool to get member support in real-time.
Anytime you have a question, you can go there and ask the community, and receive diverse responses in return.
On Facebook, members celebrate wins together.
How much does it cost to become a member?
Joining DGL currently costs $99 per month, or a $997 for an annual membership.
The membership is a recurring $99/month fee. If you get affiliates to join, you earn 30 percent commission every month. This means once your marketing has attracted three people into the program, the monthly $99 is covered.
The Fast Track Triple Pack (FTTP) runs for $297. If you decide to purchase the FTTP, the first $99 you spent joining DGL is applied toward the $297. So, you really only need to spend an additional $198 for access to all of DGL’s systems and training.
Enagic product prices range from $400 all the way up to $9,600. Which products you buy (if any) all depends on your goals and resources.
DGL teaches both paid and non-paid advertising. Paid advertising usually starts at $5/day recommended minimum. But, you don’t have to utilize paid advertising to get started with DGL. Their training guides you on how to build a winning campaign, optimize it, and scale it up, regardless of ad budget.
What’s the Earning Potential with DGL?
To many reviewers, DGL seems like a get rich quick scheme.
And while it’s certainly possible to get rich using DGL’s approach, it’s definitely not quick. It takes hard work, wisdom, and diligence.
As such, the founders actively screen new members to gauge their interest and goals. If someone thinks DGL will help them earn passive income immediately and without putting forth the time and effort, they are encouraged to look elsewhere.
On average, how much do members make?
With any system like this, it can be helpful to look at the hard numbers.
Currently, DGL has roughly 1,100 members. According to the founders, roughly 50 members (almost 5%) are 6-figure or multiple 6-figure earners ($100,000 – $750,000 per year).
About 200 members (roughly 18%) make between $3,000-$15,000 per month consistently.
In the next bracket, 500 members (about 45%) are earning between $500-$3,000 per month consistently.
That means nearly 1 in 4 members are earning at least $3,000 per month. That’s MUCH higher than the average numbers from other direct sales companies, many of which struggle to get even 2% of their members profitable.
Collectively, DGL sells over $2,000,000 per month of Enagic products. The combined totals of DGL’s profits are in the $10,000,000 range.
Let’s look at an example that illustrates the earning potential of DGL.
With DGL’s lane structure, you can purchase their “Trifecta” or products and start in lane 2A, where you’ll earn $1,130 per sale.
The Trifecta investment can range from $6,500 – $9,600. Let’s say you invest the full amount of $9,600.
In this case, it would take about 7 Trifecta sales to break even, and 34 Trifecta sales to reach the 6A position (which nets you $3,300 per trifecta sale).
At a glance that can feel like a lot of sales, especially given the cost of the Trifecta. But, members can advance more quickly by building a sales team. And, you earn commission for any sales a teammate makes.
This commission structure works on a point system, which depends on the lane you’re currently in.
There are 8 points given out per sale. The lane the sale comes through determines which points go to whom. For example, once you rank to 3A (by making 10 sales), you earn 3 points of commission when a teammate in your lane makes a sale.
And if someone in your 6A lane sells a water ionizer, then you can earn up to 6 points for that sale.
In summary, what can brand new members expect to earn?
Average earnings are impressive, especially given the relatively low entry cost of the business and the rapid rate of increase as members master the affiliate marketing approach.
First month: $0
2nd month: $0-$5,000
3rd month: $500-$15,000+
Top earners bring in $40,000 – $100,000 monthly. This is all dependent on following the system, paying attention to the techniques, and working your business daily.
The minimum amount of work that DGL recommends is 2-3 hours per day.
Given the high earning potential and such a low initial time investment, I had one more important question to answer.
Namely, are the impressive average earnings through DGL sustainable?
Anticipating DGL’s Longevity
With every new program, it’s worth asking: how long is this company going to stick around?
According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 20 percent of new businesses fail in their first year, and about 50 percent of businesses fail by the end of their fifth year.
DGL hasn’t quite hit the 5-year mark, so it’s worth asking: is it going to last?
I have reason to believe it will. Here’s why:
- The training and support is there when you need them. To me, this is the crux of any professional service, especially one that centers around the complicated world of affiliate marketing online.
- Enagic has been around for 40 years, so the products are solid and its unlikely DGL members will be left without an affiliate product.
- Online business is one of the fastest growing industries. If you know what you’re doing and you put in the work, the skill set you learn through DGL can open new doors and a wider path to increasing your income.
Are there other ways to get the training Digital Genius Lab provides on Facebook pages and advertising?
As I noted early in the article, many other businesses are not only selling the same type of service, but they’re actively trying to capture traffic from people who are searching for more information about DGL.
What makes DGL stand out from the other systems? They’ve automated so much of the process that people can actually focus on one step at a time, rather than getting caught up in all of the steps it normally takes to set up an online business.
Yes, there is a cost to join.
But, starting your own business—even an online business—requires an investment, whether you use DGL, a competitor, or you’re selling homemade products out of your garage.
What is DGL doing to last?
Instead of resting on their laurels, they are actively evolving with digital marketing and Facebook’s shifting ad visibility.
DGL has created something called the “Infinity Funnel™,” which is to be released in Q4 of 2018 and is anticipated to change the digital marketing environment. It’s a completely new type of marketing called “Fusion Marketing.”
The founders are also working with 7-figure earners from other platforms, including YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and blogging to add new training programs for DGL members.
They wouldn’t share all of the details about their upcoming releases, but it’s clear that DGL is planning ahead to stay at the forefront of digital marketing and training.
DGL may not be right for everyone. It isn’t a get-rich-quick scheme, and it takes time to work your way up to higher commissions and consistent passive income.
But if you’re interested in starting a small business, want to earn supplemental income, or just want to be your own boss (without having to figure everything out on your own), DGL could be a great option, especially if you don’t know where to start.
Whether you’re 19 or 85, the biggest barrier to online entrepreneurship are the fears and hesitation we bring ourselves.
The DGL platform organizes everything you need to start an online affiliate marketing business in one, easy to navigate place.
Whether you’re looking to supplement your income while working less or you want to build your own empire by working harder (and smarter) than your competitors, it’s worth looking into what the Digital Genius Lab has to offer.
If their business model works for you, the sky is the limit.