I was intrigued today when one of the company's I'm involved with, United First Financial, sent me an email announcing their new product: MyBizPack
. (Disclosure: My link.)
In a nutshell:
- Contact Manager - Keep your calendar online, and be notified of your appointments by email or SMS.
- Autoresponder - You all know what this is... drip marketing via email.
- Video Tracking - Load any video you like into the system, then email it to your prospects. Be notified when they watch it, and know exactly how much of it they watched, and how many times.
- GoToMeeting - We've all used this. It rocks, and it's bundled into BizPack.
- Success Magazine - You get a subscription to Success Magazine, with a bonus DVD each month from various Personal Development teachers and business experts.
- Marketing - Place "local" ads on Google and similar services by city or zip code. Also comes with email templates, a monthly client newsletter, and educational training on direct mail and online marketing.
- UDeduct - An analysis tool that you can use, when recruiting someone to your business, to identify the tax monies they can save as a home business owner. Also has a module to track your actual expenses and organize it all for tax time.
It's going to cost $299 to join, though it's free for the next 60 days. The monthly is going to be $129. It sounded like a lot to me until I realized how much I pay for GoToWebinar.
The compensation plan is pretty simple... works almost identically to uFirst's compensation for the Money Merge Account. Pretty nice payout.
I'm curious of everyone's opinion on this, given the recent hoopla over WebProsperity. Obviously, they are very different packages, but they're certainly targetting the same market.
What do you see as the pros and cons of each system, and why?
Will each system attract the same people, or are they going after different segments of the home business market?
What will MyBizPack have to do, or be, to win out over WebProsperity, given its headstart?