Most likely, you’ve arrived here because someone has invited you (since they are only letting invited members into their inner circle), and you are doing your due diligence research! I cannot provide a complete review of this product yet because, well, technically it doesn’t even exist. What I can do is provide you with my opinion, so take it for what it’s worth.
So what is Rippln all about, anyway?
This product hasn’t even been released yet, but they’re telling everyone it’s going to go viral like Facebook and Twitter. That’s a high promise that even the Rippln creators couldn’t be positive would happen.
If you don’t want to sit through an 8 minute video, essentially what it is, is an app that you use to recommend products and programs you like to your friends and “ripples” so you can earn commission from recommending them. The theory is, when you first heard about products such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc, you probably told your friends. The theory that the Rippln creators stand behind is they think you should get a commission from that, since word of mouth is a big part of any marketing effort.
Which isn’t really a bad idea, but there are some general flaws behind a program like this. First of all, it isn’t even launched yet and they’re promising BIG things. This app would have to go viral, and really popular apps would have to be approved for sharing via the commission system. I’ve been keeping an eye on the Rippln Facebook fan page. As of August 23, Apple approved the first Rippln sharing app called Photo Guessaroo. It’s currently in beta testing mode in Australia and New Zealand only. The point behind this is theRippln system has been in the public circulation since earlier this spring 2013, and has yet to deliver anything of substance.
You’re going to have to pay money to join in on the Rippln “inner circle” (terms like this are usually involved in MLM and pyramid schemes). I can’t tell you how much it costs, it’s hard to really get any straight facts about this since it’s still an exclusive invite only system, and they aren’t releasing any sort of public information on it. But however much it costs, there is no guarantee it will end up making you any money.
However cool Rippln seems, I wouldn’t recommend joining in. It’s basically just a MLM scheme designed for app sharing, but you know how I feel about those types of programs. It probably won’t deliver on anything it promises, and you’ll end up with nothing but losing all the money you “invested”.
If you want to put your money into something that will be a good return on investment, try something that has a proven track record!
Read my review of Wealthy Affiliate here, the learning system that has brought me success! No secret inner circle here, just an amazing training community that will help you start a business online. It doesn’t take long and is completely free to sign up!