What ever happened to DS Domination’s presence in Star, ID?

DS Domination burst upon the scenes in late 2013 and continued throughout early 2014 with a marketing push among the strongest ever seen in MLM.

Their May 2014 DS Domination Life Event in Las Vegas promised great things from this ecommerce training program that’s marketed via social selling.  The kickoff event dominated the MLM news charts for a month as members spread the word about the company’s first event.

The Unit of Prosperity

Particularly visible in promoting DS Domination throughout 2014 was the Unit of Prosperity team, whose brand became almost as well-known as the DS Domination brand itself.

Super members like Reginald Stinson launched home business and entrepreneur training careers based on selling DS Domination memberships and building a network.  Facebook pages galore were mass-produced, anticipating the legions of business associates who’d come pouring in after launch date.

UoP members issued press releases, scheduled informational webinars, and by any definition of the word, nailed the marketing push for DS Domination.

DS Domination in 2015

Late 2013 to mid 2014 may have been the year for DS Domination, but 2015 is already almost a third over with and there’s been nary a word from either the folks at DSD or Unit of Prosperity.

As stated in another DS Domination review, the last time the DS Domination support desk saw any action was March 2014, more than a year ago.

Reginald Stinson hasn’t posted on his website since May 2014 and spoken about DSD on the site since October of 2013.  DSDominationFastTrack, another website promoting the brand, hasn’t blogged since October of 2014.

The press release circuit has been equally silent.  Events calendars have no DS Domination events on the calendars…in Las Vegas or elsewhere.  YouTube: same thing: nothing since January of 2014.

The DSD Facebook page features the only signs of life withing the DSD realm…except much of that activity is focused on their new product: Options Domination.

Unit of Prosperity doesn’t even mention DS Domination on their website or Facebook page any longer.   The two seem to have severed their relationship- for a team that supposedly had almost 5000 members, that sure was a quick dissolution of partnerships.  Where did those members all go?

DS Domination

For those of you who don’t know, DS Domination is (was?) a subscription training package sold via network marketing, thus making it a business opportunity as well. These type of training packages differ from the advertising packages or credit packs offered by other MLM companies such as My Advertising Pays.

The training teaches members to manipulate online sellers and drop shipping techniques to turn a profit shifting merchandise between big names like Amazon, eBay, Costco and more.  The techniques show members how to find products with price discrepancies among the online platforms, and sell the lower-priced items to people on the other selling platforms, keep the difference in price for themselves.

Unit of Prosperity is a home-based business clearinghouse for opportunities like DS Domination, and Reginald Stinson is their leader.  That’s what they used to be…now the site seems to be pushing its own product called “All-in-One”, which seems to be an online marketing package accessed from UoP’s own platform.

Meanwhile, the DSD website hasn’t changed in over a year, simply referring visitors to seek membership via the sponsor they heard about DSD from.  If they were truly serious for 2015, they’d have a lead capture mechanism in place on their own website, wouldn’t you think?

The Star, ID transportation guide to downtown Boise


Star, ID is about 25 minutes from downtown Boise, so we know many of you are hitting up Boise on the regular.

Let this guide be your downtown compass.

Boise is vastly spread out. You want to be able to enjoy everything the area has to offer but without going broke. Even though it’s not all packed together, there is so much to be explored on drastically opposite ends that getting around in a smart and efficient way is crucial.

There are a few different transit options for Boise. There is the promoted ValleyRide, which goes around the valley at certain stops. You simply hop on and ride for however long you want. There are various routes that span a wide range of areas to convenience you. There is even a free branch of that called the Fun Bus that runs on Saturdays every 30 minutes and goes around to popular spots like Settler’s Park, Wahooz/Roaring Springs, and even downtown. The only downside is that you are going to have to time things to catch the bus. However, you don’t have to pay for gas, and it’s a flat fee which makes planning easier. You can pay for one way or pay not more than a dollar more for a different type of pass. All are super affordable and kids 5 years and younger ride free.

Uber is a fairly new option that is just being established in Boise. Uber is an app that connects consumers with drivers kind of like a carpool. With Uber, you meet up with someone who is signed up under that app and you pay the app who transfers the money to the driver, which makes it a lot safer of a transaction. Uber can seem risky, trusting someone who you don’t know to be your driver, but the app actually runs extensive background checks before allowing that driver to be under its name. That way you know that you are getting what you pay for, but usually at a much lower price. Uber does have a base rate and then varies on where you go, but even still it’s pretty cheap, cheaper than a taxi or driving your own car. Plus, you’re supporting the locals directly.

Boise limos are a great upper-class look, and we recommend the fellas out at Boise Limo. They have a classy feel for an affordable price. They have a flat rate unlike a taxi which makes it much more cost efficient. They pick you up at the airport, hotel, which makes everything on your end that much easier. Plus, it’s a matter of you being able to do what you want. You aren’t waiting around for a certain time or for a ride. Everything is right there for you, waiting on you. You have the control. That can be a decision-changing idea when deciding how and where you want to do things in Boise. However, depending on your needs, it might be the most expensive alternative option.

Because of any of these options, you also can be assured that you won’t get lost. Going across town can be a hassle and it’s easy to get turned around. Using a more direct form means that you are going to end up right at your destination or near enough that there’s no way you are going to be far off. Of course, there’s the best part: a cost-efficient price.