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Wake Up Now, the rise and the fall (full review)

Wake Up Now is a network marketing company that had their run while it lasted.

#WUNLIFE forever, right? Uh…not so fast.

After blowing up in 2014, dwarfing the ranks of 2013’s MLM darling Empower Network, they hit a few bumps and lost momentum.

Now, they’re pretty much calling it quits.

Should you be surprised? In the MLM industry, this is just another day. The all-too-typical ending to a story full of hype.

This video explains:

 

All good? Let’s continue…

Overview

Wake Up Now seems to draw an urban crowd excited to start a home based business.

I like their creativity. They have some creative people on board doing crazy videos.

Like tight-dressed ladies shouting chants from cool whips in South Beach (hilarious and delightfully tacky).

Rented cars? Of course, but don’t hate just yet. Truth is, there are plenty of people getting paid in Wake Up Now.

A quick Google trends search tells it all:

Typical MLM rise and fall wave (see: Monavie or North American Power).

So what was it?

Wake Up Now is a multi-level-marketing company that offer a subscription-based service to save money on products and services.

Kinda like a Costco membership, but for the internet.

Founded in 2009, caught fire in late 2013…founded by some smart, business dudes from Utah.

Products

First of all, you can come in on two membership levels:

Customer ($24.99/mo) – gives you access to a restricted amount of membership deals in the HUB (their marketplace)

Independent Business Owner ($99/mo) – gives you full membership access and to the HUB and the opportunity to distribute the products

What are the products? Honestly, pretty much anything you can think of.

Grocery, finance, travel, software, cell phones, car rentals, vacations…hell, even an energy drink — they’ve partnered with a lot of companies to secure outstanding deals for their members, and they’ve developed some proprietary products of their own.

The product line is very intriguing, because if you intend to use the products anyways, using WUN products would actually recoup your monthly membership fees.

Easily.

For example, if you travel a lot, you’d get hooked up nicely. Here are some travel membership benefits examples:

wake-up-now-membership (source: wakeuptheworld.biz)

That is the question, though. Would you actually purchase these products and services if you weren’t a WUN member?

Some of the deals offer front-end savings, some offer cash back, some offer coupons.

This can be somewhat confusing, but for the most part, the product line is pretty straight-forward.

Compensation Plan

So, as good as the WUN products are, I believe that only accounts for part of the hype. I think people are more intrigued with making money as a distributor in Wake Up Now.

Which is totally fine…who doesn’t wanna make some bankroll selling digital Costco memberships?

Let me break it down for you in the purest and simplest of forms:

wake up now compensation plan

And here are the average incomes with each leadership position in Wake Up Now:

wake up now money

Recap

It’s a great company. Simple compensation plan, too. Here is the thing that most people don’t understand…

…the whole you get 3, and then they find 3, and they find three is soooooooo played out.

Just rarely works anymore, which is why MLM success rates are laughable. It’s not WUN fault, more of an industry plague.

However, WUN started a movement and I give them their props.

It’s still not for me, as I’ve wrecked my MLM habits and built $30k/months going in a different direction.

52 Comments

52 Comments

  1. Daquarie

    February 8, 2015 at 4:01 am

    Good Review on wake up now

    • Jeremy Page

      February 8, 2015 at 5:16 am

      Word.

  2. Lamar B.

    February 10, 2015 at 4:41 am

    That was a very fair review. I was with the WUN movement from 2013 up to the end of last year. It’s true, WUN’s no different. They went through the same life cycle that 98% of all start-up MLMs go through. Not their fault. It just is what it is when it comes to this industry. WUN had a nice lil run, though. Lol! Lots of ppl go paaaaaaid, ok! I even got a nice lil piece of WUN pie. Lol! But I’m done now. God Bless MLM.

    • Jeremy Page

      February 10, 2015 at 8:04 am

      Lol, sounds about right.

      • Jacob

        February 11, 2015 at 1:49 am

        Dear Jeremy,
        Thanks for the post, but could you clarify the life cycle of an MLM? They start up with the inevitability of a fall, and people join anyway? It’s somthing to be taken advantage of while running?

        • Jeremy Page

          February 11, 2015 at 1:12 pm

          Yeah, that sums it up MLM.

          Company gets hot for 2-3 years. Jump on it. Company loses momentum…jump on the next one.

          It’s people chasing money, and 99.9% of the time, it never works. There is no real value in chasing money. What value are people bringing into society?

          There are better ways to $10k+ months without throwing up on all of your family and friends, doing 3-way-calls and spamming your Facebook wall with sign-up links.

          • Mike

            February 12, 2015 at 3:00 am

            Network Marketing has been around for 70+ years some companies are over 60 years old and the professionals who understand business make a good living using key leadership and marketing skills. I love the industry.

          • Andrew

            February 15, 2015 at 5:45 am

            Jeremy, I am afraid you are basing your opinion on the failures. There are AMNY MLM companies that have been around decades. In case you did not notice, 80% of traditional businesses fail within 5 years. THAT is staggering!

            I seriously suggest you and others who do not fully understand the industry have a look at this documentaary: (Unfortunately only the trailer is available on YouTube, but you can contact me at [email protected] should you want me to send you the full documentary – and NO, its NOT a recruiting tool to any opportunity. Just facts about the industry by econoonmists etc)

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ftm0zjQcPU0

            People who spam their friends and put links all over their Facebook walls etc are NOT professionals and I would also guess they are not making money. But there are many many professionals making a difference in the industry.

          • Jeremy Page

            February 15, 2015 at 9:42 pm

            I can agree with that. I’ve learned a lot from network marketing leaders, but I still think the industry is flawed.

    • brad

      June 20, 2015 at 3:35 pm

      You are absolutely Correct! WUN just could not make it through formulation but do not let that put a bad taste in your mouth. There are several companies out there that are just as new and already making it through formulation just look for them. If you like travel find a company that does just travel and not all the other stuff ūüėČ opportunity may be closer than you think.

    • Craig Campana

      August 26, 2015 at 11:23 pm

      I am doing a blog post and would like to interview people that worked with Wake Up Now. If you can contact me at [email protected]

      • Jeremy Page

        August 27, 2015 at 12:02 am

        Craig, I actually was never part of WUN, good luck, though.

    • Ron Martin

      August 29, 2015 at 7:06 pm

      Hey are you interested in getting in on the ground level of another MLM that sales Healthy and Beauty Products?

      • Jeremy Page

        August 31, 2015 at 3:23 am

        Wait…ground-level? An MLM that’s ground level?

  3. Deontae David

    February 11, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    So is Wake Up Now closed for good?

    • Jeremy Page

      February 12, 2015 at 10:14 pm

      If not for good, they’re pretty darn close (mid February 2015)

  4. Dave

    February 12, 2015 at 3:22 am

    World Ventures didn’t go through that life cycle. I have been doing well with it for 5 years now.

    • Jeremy Page

      February 12, 2015 at 10:13 pm

      Interesting, glad that one survived the hype

    • Lexi

      March 2, 2015 at 3:59 am

      I agree. Despite all the industry slander, WV has a sustainable and scalable model. I’ve had an amazing time the past 3 years, and unfortunately some of my friends went the cheaper route with WUN and regretted it once they stopped getting paid in November.

  5. wakeupnow

    February 16, 2015 at 8:19 am

    I was a employee for wakeupnow for a year. The real reason they went down is because merchant accounts got closed and held on to wakeupnows cash. The cash flow needed to operate the business wasnt their because of this and they werent able to pay out the IBO’s

    • Jeremy Page

      February 16, 2015 at 10:25 am

      Thanks for your input.

    • Kim

      February 23, 2015 at 10:45 pm

      That is an old “it’s not you, It’s me” politically correct excuse. It is the same thing as someone fired but employees being told they went to further their education and career. They didn’t want to spend the money on renegotiating new contracts. It’s that simple. They used and abused us.

    • Osgraath

      June 10, 2015 at 6:31 pm

      As a lowly mid-level in WakeUpNow, it was not only the merchant accounts snafu that brought down the business, but a nearly total leadership vacuum at the top. The CEO became obsessed with hard products to the point that the wonderful financial services that formed the original core of the business got neglected.

      The merchant account problems stemmed from this and other bone-headed decisions made by the CEO, his brother and the President. There was no operational control. It doesn’t matter whether a business is an MLM, a restaurant, and engineering firm, or a retail store: without good operational accountability, vision and control, it cannot survive.

  6. Meaghan Noel

    February 17, 2015 at 1:34 pm

    This is the case for for some MLM companies. However don’t group all MLM together. Look at skincare and beauty companies like Mary Kay or Arbonne…. They have been around for over 30 years and have some very, very successful people earning a residual income year after year. I do quite well with Arbonne and no signs of slowing down…. We have a very well known CEO and fair compensation plan.

  7. MMartha

    February 17, 2015 at 5:23 pm

    Every network marketing business goes through four stages kof growth. Unfortunately for Wakeup Now they did not make it through the first stage. That’s one of the reasons why you need to do your due diligence when researching a company to get into. The company I’m with has not only went through formulation and concentration we’re headed for momentum. And when we reach the momentum stage that is when we become a household name. In the almost 10 yrs we’ve been in operation the company has made almost a half billion dollars revenue. I don’t think they’re going anywhere. Plus if the product everyone can stand behind.

    There are many companies that have gone through the stage and jumping into them would not give you the results you’re looking for. They’are already a household name. There’s money to be made but not millions for the reps.

    I would suggest anyone wanting too get into network marketing find someone who minutes the industry and can coach you through it. Get Away from all these”get rich” “get paid” ideas and learn your craft “networking”.

  8. Clyde

    February 17, 2015 at 7:00 pm

    I think companies fail — the network marketing industry is just another method of distributing products just like any business that duplicates itself by franchising.

  9. Odetta Wright

    February 19, 2015 at 7:19 pm

    When a MLM business goes under, many people will say “I told you so” but they fail to realize that business is business and whether it is traditional or not, some fail. No industry is fail safe. However, I applaud anyone who dares to go after their dream. For any distributor who has tried and failed remember you made a decision to take control of your destiny. If you were part of a company and it failed or you walked away for whatever reason, don’t give up on your dream. Just choose a different vehicle to get you there. Because truthfully, all networking companies are vehicles that can get you to your dreams faster than a JOB ever will.

  10. Andrew

    February 19, 2015 at 8:04 pm

    Jeremy, show me ONE industry that is not flawed. No one ever said network marketing was perfect…….its just better. ūüôā

    • john

      May 4, 2015 at 8:16 pm

      I agree a 100%. Just because one failed, or one had a bad experience with one company, does not reflect the industry. In fact, i think the Network Marketing works better than most industries out there.

  11. Kim

    February 23, 2015 at 10:38 pm

    Hey guys. I was part of this too, but didn’t make any money. I asked about why they were on the stock exchange at such a low amount and shortly thereafter the owners clearly bought themselves a ton and started giving it away. I wish I had invested then, but I got to the party late. Anyway, my recent email says that they are closing up shop in America. I bet they are still going to hit full throttle in foreign countries and continue to bank. Thoughts on what the stock will do?

  12. Nathan Bennett

    March 2, 2015 at 11:01 pm

    My wife and I are new to MLM and we have found a company and CEO that has bee a pioneer in the industry for decades. I’m sure it will be one of the top 10 company in a few years as it is #54 on the DSN Global 100 list up from #86 in our 1st year. Jeremy, please message me. I like what you and Brad are doing.

    • Jeremy Page

      March 3, 2015 at 1:54 am

      ^^^ exactly why I don’t like MLM. Lol.

  13. Gabriel Delgado

    May 24, 2015 at 9:53 am

    If you guys think that all of the MLM companies are all the same. You are very wrong. You guys should go do some research on Amway. It helps to know a little something about a company that was the very first to start. And is still around.

    • Jeremy Page

      May 25, 2015 at 6:28 pm

      Amway. Right. Everyone go research these guys. Lol. Thanks for your comment.

  14. amber

    July 7, 2015 at 5:26 am

    Yeah, sooooooo.. Pyramid scheme.. I think so. Do y’all actually believe they went ” bankrupt” . come on. It’d like a baddy divorce where the husband hides money in a off shore account and files “bankruptcy” so the wife gets nothing.. This is to funny. They knew exactly what they were doing when they did it, I’m sure they just wanted it to last longer. Give them a few, they’ll be back.

    • Jeremy Page

      July 7, 2015 at 8:58 pm

      Woah…easy there. I think the industry is flawed, but I don’t think the intentions are to rob the people. Especially Wake Up Now.

  15. Oscar Mendez

    July 24, 2015 at 3:36 pm

    Unbelievable! That’s why my MLM is the BOMB guys. LIMU started in 2004 and is still DEBT FREE!!! Yes you heard me, it’s DEBT FREE!! So anyone reading up on these comments are welcome to come on board via my page at paulamendez.iamlimu.com I am not in the business of selling product but promoting a business. MLM WORKS!!! You just need the right company with the right product. LIMU is a LIFE CHANGER. So for all you who are looking, take a look at us and see what the hipe is . We are just now starting to go Global so come on board guys. Look forward to seeing you all. God Bless

    • Jeremy Page

      July 24, 2015 at 8:10 pm

      ^^
      Another prime example why the industry is flawed. It’s really like this…click on me!, grab this product!, check out this comp plan!, oh-no…that company is bad…join my company!…

      Folks, if you wanna dabble in this kind of industry, have at it. Lol.

      • mario

        January 25, 2016 at 10:32 am

        To honest Jeremy that’s how the entire world is…. ever restaurant is in competition with another restaurant our food is better we make our food fresh they use bad meats… oh Nike sneakers last longer addidas wear out don’t buy those! We are in a world where everyone wants their products to succeed no matter if it’s MLM or McDonald’s or the newest advertising agency.

  16. Topher Diehl

    August 11, 2015 at 7:13 pm

    Jeremy, I appreciated reading this. I think the comments show like any other company that franchises, every IBO-business team runs things a little different. I’ve been approach by many and finally joined Amway only after I found a group of people that I trust, respect, and I agree with how they build it with integrity. There are others, in any business, that push lie cheat and it gives a bad nsme.

    My advice is to know MLM is not a get rich quick. If anyone approaches you saying different they aren’t worth your time. You have to like the people you are learning from and working with. You also HAVE to have thick skin and learn to handle rejection.

    • Jeremy Page

      August 11, 2015 at 7:22 pm

      Good stuff, Topher.

  17. thomas morgan

    August 25, 2015 at 6:44 pm

    Jeremy or brad I would like to speak with you.

    • Jeremy Page

      August 25, 2015 at 11:23 pm

      You already schedule a call?

  18. jazz

    November 12, 2015 at 3:08 am

    Don’t know if I agree with all of this. The ones who says get on the hype then move to the next, don’t understand the true meaning of running a business. If your thought process is that short term, good luck in life, you’re better off sticking to a job.

    The creation of a business is to create an asset. So stop working with companies that are hype. They are hype because they are garbage. Go to a company and system that is proven.. And that has continued to excel, otherwise you’re just wasting your time.

    • Jeremy Page

      November 12, 2015 at 4:49 pm

      Agree, 110% – that’s ultimately the reason why Multiplestreams.org exists (and thrives) – so many people are looking for a better way. A way that, like you said, builds real, value-driven business assets.

  19. John

    May 28, 2016 at 7:30 pm

    Can you do a review on the “Kyani” pyramid scheme all they do is sell “vitamins” and “health products” but in all reality the only reason they are selling these “products” is through the “recruiting” of other members in the business opportunity, they also have a matrix compensation plan.

    • Jeremy Page

      June 2, 2016 at 6:33 am

      Not sure I’d say they’re a pyramid scheme. I know lots of guys that promote them. Nice company.

      Here is my write-up: http://multiplestreams.org/kyani/

  20. Josh

    July 3, 2016 at 3:00 am

    The problem with MLM failing is not trends, its transparency. All people that try to get the 3 to join then each get 3 etc is fine as thats how pyramids are built. Corporate America is the same with Techs, Specialist, Analyst, Supervisor, Manager etc. They all lie about their compensation to get people to join. If someone say show me a direvt deposit into your bank account of $10k a month they wont do it. I hold a MBA and make about $165k/yr working 50+ a wk. I’m a fromtrunner for promotion to Senior Financial Analyst which I will make about $188k+ /yr. My friend was a Founder 7 in WUN in the DMV saying he make that with no degree working part-time at his will, for himself. I said show me and he was showing me some stupid HUB crap. I’m like no show me your actual bank balance. I even offeres to show mines. His response was I have nothing to prove. Rather is World Venture, WUN, VidaVinina, Gold Bars, PrimAmerica, Pre-Paid Legal or whatever else people join. If I have to make a list of friends and family that might be interested in making “extra money” then Im not interested. Everyone is intetested in more money regardless if your rich or not. Not saying its a scam but people need to stop these get rich quick schemes and get a job like normal people.

    • Jeremy Page

      July 7, 2016 at 11:43 pm

      WORD.

  21. 7andfabulous

    October 11, 2016 at 9:09 pm

    What is your take on Wealthy Affiliate or Digital Altitude?

    • Jeremy Page

      October 11, 2016 at 10:38 pm

      Digital Altitude is blowing up, but its only a matter of time before the big-leagues will take their downlines elsewhere.

      Just watch.

      Nature will run its course.

  22. Donovan Sparkes

    January 4, 2017 at 2:45 am

    I love the MLM industry and some of these comments are spot on. There are a lot of great companies out there. Although if you join the wrong people you won’t be learning correct strategies. I like to call my business a personal development platform with an incredible compensation plan attached. If you don’t treat it like a real business, as if you paid a million to start it, learn real leadership skills and apply the proven company system, there will be no success.

    There are a number of things to look for as well. Governing bodies are cracking down. Companies like Veema and Kyani, they relied off of autoships to create revenue. So the majority of product being moved is not by customers gaining value but from IBO’s building their network of distributors who simply purchase an autoship. New rules are coming into play where 51% of any company or IBO’S organization has to be from customers who are gaining 0 monetary value for using the product besides perhaps saving money or gaining from referral programs.

    Are these companies upfront about their average compensation? The best companies always have a disclaimer at the beginning of their presentations. They do not use car programs to entice people to join. Their compensations plans are built off of customer billing volume and not the amount of people joining. If reps get paid to simply recruit you, why would they need a vested interested in your success? They should only get paid when they help you get paid.
    The best companies provide value to their customers, not just “health benefits”. Why purchase your overpriced juice? I can get the same thing in the store for 2/3 the price.
    The best companies always give back to the community as well.
    If the technology, product, and opportunity itself is not regularly growing, like the law of nature, it is indeed dieing.
    I for one, have a slight bias against product based companies. Simply because they Boston residual income when that is not the case at all. It is leverage. You leverage your organization and as long as they are making sales, actively selling, then you make money. Then it’s bugging friends and family, did you finish the juice? I have more coming! They pay more, get autos shipped to pay less but then can’t consume it fast enough…
    How about services we all use everyday. In order to run any of those businesses, or your life, you need to have phone, internet, electricity, credit processing, etc… I like how I simply order the service through the multitude of partnerships with major corps like Sprint, through my online store, for myself or customers, the major corp does all the install, our A+ customer service handles all the work for me, I get paid 10% of those bills month after month, year after year. The customer receives better value for a service they already use, they help a friend in business, and help feed hungry children. That is an example of real residual income. Do the work once, continually get paid for that one time effort.
    An example of giving back is every time a customer pays that bill, a hungry child is fed in North America through partnerships with Feeding AMERICA and Food Banks Canada. 1.5 million fed in 2016. Plus the millions that are given to the Ronald McDonald house charities world wide.
    I’m not going to give any links to sites but as an example of the kind of value to look for.

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Zija review: Nutritional supplements from moringa

Zija is a nutritional products network marketing company capitalizing on the healthful properties of moringa.

In May 2017 they acquired Xango, making them a bigger force in the health MLM space.

Run by a pioneer inventor in the herbal supplement industry and propelled by a top Harvard scientist, Zija is setup to do big things.

Overview

We’ll¬†take a look at exactly what Zija is celebrating.¬†You’ll find out whether the science is there to support the claims made¬†about moringa.¬†You’ll also discover¬†how well their International compensation plan stacks up in a sea that’s brimming with nutritional energy drinks (hint: Tru Vision, Isagenix, and Visi).

First let’s find out about moringa.

Moringa Oleifera is a tree found in the foothills of the Himalayas known for its drought-resistant properties (1). The seedpods are eaten in Africa and Asia. The leaves are the most nutritious part and are eaten in Southeast Asia. The flowers are said to taste like mushrooms.

There seems to be no question as to the high nutritional value of moringa.¬†It’s a good source of protein as well as vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and phenolics (2).

But delve a little deeper and the clinical studies aren’t there yet for many of the claims made by Zija Interntional.¬†More on that below.

Who is Zija International? The founder of Zija is Ken Brailsford. He is credited with inventing herbal encapsulation, and with helping to bring moringa to the supplement industry after watching a documentary about the health benefits of consuming parts of the moringa tree.

Mr.Brailsford is actually something of a “star” in the herbal supplement¬†world.¬†He started Nature’s Sunshine in the 1970s, to capitalize on his new herbal encapsulation methodology.¬†He ran that until 1979 when he left to become a stockbroker because of a noncompete clause with Nature’s Sunshine (3).¬†He later went back but fully retired in 1997 until he founded Zija years later.

The company is based in Lehi, Utah and boasts an executive team of “experienced MLM professionals.” ¬†That would include CEO¬†Rodney Larsen who was hired to promote the growth goals of Zija.¬†Mr.Larsen has been with ZI since 2006 and his LinkedIn profile shows no other data¬†before that year.¬†Some Zija affiliate websites do mention that he worked for NEXX and a branch of NuSkin Entrprises before joining Zija.

President Brad Stewart’s profile mentions that he has managed his career “through vision and faith”.¬†He has been involved in network marketing his whole life.

Executive Vice President Darrell Eyre started as an Amway distributor and has been in network marketing for 25 years.

COO Michael Hershberger has over 15 years experience in management and IT and an MBA.

The takeaway: apart from the Chief Operating Officer, Zija International is run by people who have pretty much always worked in network marketing. The founder is recognized as an important figure in herbal supplement history and founded one of the oldest and most successful herbal supplement companies in the world.

Zija International is a BBB accredited business with a rating of A+.

Products

The ZI products can be divided into three categories: moringa, ameo, and ripstix. Headed by  Harvard Medical School valedictorian Joshua Plant, the scientific wing of Zija International is actively engaged in formulating new products based on moringa and other botanicals.

Moringa is believed to support a wide range of health benefits, including anti-inflammatory support, improved digestion, improved mental clarity, increased energy, anti-aging, immune system support, and blood glucose level regulation. All of these benefits are listed on the Zija International website.

Scientific evidence and clinical trials, however, are hard to find.

There is one agricultural study  where mice and ruminants were given moringa tea. It was found that the white cell count in the mice who drank the tea was significantly higher. Mice also experienced reduced inflammatory responses.

In that same study, Moringa also improved cell viability in sheep and goats, and reduced oxidative stress from internal parasites. No effect on the gut health of pigs was observed, however (4). The results of this study have only been published informally to date.

The same Ag & Tech school that’s conducting that study is also looking into the use of moringa to promote animal health.¬†Specifically, they’re researching moringa’s effects on the immune system (on B and T cells).¬†In addition, they’re studying moringa’s effects on growth rate and performance of pigs.¬†However, at this time it’s merely stated that more research is needed (5).

There is also a World Health Report citing the use of moringa in the use of water treatment in developing countries (6).¬†But so far, not much has made it into the National Institutes of Health’s PubMed system.

The takeaway: moringa is incredibly nutritionally dense, but clinical studies are needed to support many of the health benefit claims made by Zija Interntaional.

Essential oils produced with clinical-grade standards and Zija’s exclusive patent-pending certification system.

Ripstix Hydration and Fitness Line Рthese are energy drinks in powdered form. Fitness supplements containing L-arginine (8) and electrolytes, they also contain fructose which some people try and stay away from.

Compensation Plan

There are tens of thousands of independent distributors working for Zija International. They have access to an extensive network of Zija training modules, including videos, an app, audio training, all of which is measured by a series of exams.

It’s the only MLM known to have a certification process for its distributors.¬†Not only that, but every 90 days, distributors must re-certify.¬†Passing exams means higher pay, too (7).

This is similar to how non-MLM companies handle their training. For example, public school teachers get pay raises when they pass graduate-level courses from accredited institutions of higher learning.

So what if Zija operates its own training, testing, and certification program in-house: it’s far above and beyond what you’ll see in other MLM companies.

Details:

1) IBOs profit by purchasing products at wholesale prices and selling them at retail (up to 25% profit).

2) Qualify to earn commission by being on autoship for at least 75 PV per month.

3) Get 10% of sales made by your personally enrolled recruits.

4) Team commissions and further bonuses as you advance in rank.

Recap

Zija appears to offer a good product.¬†They have done a lot of things right and have a unique niche in the competitive nutritional supplement industry. But the income potential isn’t worth my time.

I’m not saying Zija International is a bad company – they’re not.

With any MLM, peddling products to your family members and friends at church might work for a couple months…maybe over a year if you’re lucky.

In the end, it’s still the sad story of selling hype and chasing the hot opportunity.

There is a better way.

Check this out. This will help wreck your money-chasing habits.

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