A Third Party Review Of Eniva – Is It A Good Business Opportunity?

By:Jaime Soriano September 19, 2010

MLM Reviews

If you’re reading this review, chances are you’re looking for information on Eniva. In this simple review, I’ll go into some information about Eniva, their products and their compensation plan. I’ll also talk about how you can significantly position yourself ahead of 95% of your competition. If you’re truly serious about joining the business, I want to advise you to hold off until you go over this review so you can be in a position to make an educated decision about Eniva.

First of all, let’s go over the company itself. Eniva is a health and wellness company that sells various nutritional products through a multilevel marketing business model. The company was founded in 1998 by a group of entrepreneurs from Minnesota. The company’s main corporate office is in Minneapolis, but they are operating in the US and Mexico. Inside the main office, there are over 130 company employees servicing the company’s 400,000 customers. One of the most impressive features of Eniva is that they have their own in-house Research and Development facility and manufacturing department. In addition, Eniva’s strong corporate team, led by CEO Andrew Baechler,  has enabled the company to be named the 728th fastest growing private company in the US by Inc Magazine.

As far as their products, Eniva sells over 90 different nutritional products including weight management products, supplements, personal care products, skin care products and energy products. However, their flagship products and most popular products are their Vibe line of liquid nutritionals. And out of all their Vibe products, Vibe Original is probably the most well-known. Vibe contains amino acids, nutrients, glyconutrients and other natural ingredients. Based on their company site, some of Vibe’s health benefits include immune system support, improved cellular health and cardiovascular support. Obviously, if you’re serious about becoming a distributor, you should invest some time doing some due diligence on the products so you feel good promoting them.

Now, let’s go into some aspects of Eniva’s business opportunity. The compensation plan provides 10 different ways to get paid. While there are 10 different ways to make money, they all can be divided into one of two categories, immediate, upfront income and long-term, residual income. For top producers, there’s also a $500 car bonus and other rewards than can be earned. Overall, the compensation plan is pretty fair and generous. My only advice is to make sure you go over the compensation plan in detail so you fully understand how to get promoted and advance though the company’s ranks.

In closing, Eniva is a very credible company with a lucrative business opportunity. They have a good corporate team, quality products and a solid compensation plan. If you’re searching for a nutritional company, Eniva is worth taking a good look at. However, to dramatically increase your chances of success, I would encourage you to use an effective attraction marketing system. While you can certainly build your business going after friends and family, generating leads online will allow you to have more leads for your business. Think about it… What would your business look like if you had 40-50+ leads a day to work with?

If you can effectively work your warm market, generate an endless flow of quality leads online and partner with a good team of leaders, you can be on your way to building a wildly successful Eniva business.

Jaime Soriano wrote this Eniva Review for people looking into the company. Sadly, most Eniva distributors will never see the success they desire because they lack the marketing skills to generate sufficient leads for their business. To learn how you can generate more leads than you can get to, visit Jaime’s MLM Training

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