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Isagenix Review: Is isagenix a fraud?

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Isagenix was founded by an experienced formulator of effective health products and two top-ranked multi-level marketers who came back from retirement just for this opportunity. No other than Kathy and …

Isagenix was founded by an experienced formulator of effective health products and two top-ranked multi-level marketers who came back from retirement just for this opportunity. No other than Kathy and Jim Coover are the marketing brains behind this company. Kathy Coover has ranked at the top for the top 3 products in the MLM business.

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  • 1. Isagenix Review: Is Isagenix a fraud? Isagenix was founded by an experienced formulator of effective health products and two top-ranked multi-level marketers who came back from retirement just for this opportunity. No other than Kathy and Jim Coover are the marketing brains behind this company. Kathy Coover has ranked at the top for the top 3 products in the MLM business. You know there is some serious sales firepower behind Isagenix' mix of health and weight loss products. How much firepower? Well, the company routinely racks up over $300 in annual sales putting it in the ranks of Inc's 500 fastest growing non-public companies. Isagenix is definitely going somewhere and it definitely knows how to produce results for its network of multilevel marketing affiliates. But how does it stack up as a money making opportunity for the rank and file marketer? Keep reading below. Isagenix Review Isagenix employs your typical multilevel marketing structure. People create a downline of referrals and if their referrals make sales or purchase products, the people who referred them get a commission. In fact, this commission is split up among many upper tiers. Pretty straightforward stuff. What makes Isagenix stand out are the following factors. First, it is in a hot market. Let's face it-Americans get on and get off a diet or two every single year. People will swarm to a diet fad or supplement, drop millions, then run to the next one. And the next one and the next one. This is why the weight loss industry is a multi- billion dollar industry. Isagenix' health and wellness products as well as its weight loss offerings help meet this insatiable demand. There is definitely a huge groundswell of demand for their products. It is not like Isagenix is drumming up demand where none previously existed. Second, while it is using a typical MLM sales structure that other companies use, what separates Isagenix from many of its smaller, lesser known, or failed competitors is the fact that it was partly put together by Kathy and Jim Coover-experienced multi-level marketers with a solid gold track record. Given these factors, it is not a surprise why Isagenix, and the people pushing it, are enjoying so much success.
  • 2. Isagenix scam Given the fact that Isagenix uses a marketing structure and system that some failed or shady companies use, it is natural that Isagenix attracts some criticism and suspicion. For the longest time, uninformed people have associated multilevel marketing systems with illegal pyramid schemes and other scams. This is due to the aggressive marketing used by failed scams which gave a bad impression regarding how multilevel marketing works. In reality, multilevel marketing systems, if properly and ethically operated, are not only sustainable but also very effective in incentivizing people to sell to their social and professional networks. Considering the fact that Isagenix is generating so much sales and making many of its marketers quite financially comfortable, it is unlikely that Isagenix is a scam. Why? If it was a scam, it would have done what many Ponzi and pyramid scams would do a long time ago-gone bust. Isagenix summary If you are thinking of pushing Isagenix, you should consider online promotion techniques. However, just because you have a website or a domain and a hosting service, these alone don't ensure you will be successful. There is a method to selling stuff online. You have to plan it right. You have to execute it according to a methodical system. If you'd like to see the difference experience makes, sign up for my coaching system by connecting with me at one of my channels below. Get started on the road to proper online marketing starting today.
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