Created by Heiko Häusler, Thomas M. Duda and Tobias Knoof, Onebiz.com provides a combination of products in a multi level marketing format.
What is the product?
Honestly, figuring out Onebiz.com is something of a chore as there seems to be rather a lot of conflicting information provided by Heiko Häusler, Thomas M. Duda and Tobias Knoof. First and foremost they say that Onebiz.com is a blogging platform which is stated in the “about” section. They then also advertise Onebiz.com as being made up of a multi level marketing aspect and a traffic generating aspect. Unfortunately neither format is really explored enough to extract information. What is pushed very hard is that you can use Onebiz.com to “go viral”. This is apparently done by following the same principles that make up any viral content. Unfortunately, Heiko Häusler, Thomas M. Duda and Tobias Knoof don’t actually explain how to achieve the process, but instead settle for presenting the process as some kind of factual representation of what to do. This was rather disappointing. Then there is the multi level marketing side of Onebiz.com which doesn’t actually explain what you are selling simply stating that it is high ticket items at costs of €1000 to €5000. All of this is rather mysterious and slightly suspect to me.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The bright side of Onebiz.com is that Heiko Häusler, Thomas M. Duda and Tobias Knoof don’t charge you to sign up. In terms of the income, whilst not explored in substantial detail, you can allegedly earn 35% commission on any sales that you make.
Does the product provide value for money?
Given the fact it is free, Onebiz.com may be worth a look but I am not certain if I would say it represents value.
The saving grace of Onebiz.com is that it is a free product. For me the lack of information combined with a lot of vague marketing statements doesn’t provide substantial proof of a sustainable business model. Whilst Heiko Häusler, Thomas M. Duda and Tobias Knoof are not charging for Onebiz.com, it may warrant closer inspection for you to make up your mind, but I personally remain rather skeptical about the whole thing.