Over the last year, there has been a tremendous amount of buzz about Eiro Research. But is Eiro the real deal or is it just another hyped up “juice” company? In this review, I will go into the company, the products, the compensation plan and, most importantly, whether it is the real deal or not.
First, let’s cover who Eiro Research is. Eiro is a network marketing company that sells nutritional and weight loss products. The company was launched at the end of 2009 and it’s headquarters is located in Garland, Texas.
The executive team, led by CEO Chris Hausman is made up of seasoned business and network marketing professionals with many years of experience. Their business philosophy is to “do it right” and they’ve placed a central focus on training and rep support. The field leadership is led by founding partners, Bo Short and Ty Tribble. Both Short and Tribble are industry experts and their association with Eiro goes against the notion that Eiro is a scam.
Although, Eiro markets a few different nutritional products, their flagship product is called Eiro. According to the corporate website, Eiro is a super antioxidant nutraceutical made with five super-fruit purees. It’s benefits include cardiovascular support, immune system support, anti-aging properties and and increased energy. They also market a low-calorie energy drink called Eiro Energy, which contains no caffeine or perservatives.
As far as the compensation plan goes, it functions on a unilevel structure. Eiro reps can get paid five different ways: Retail profits, customer bonuses, team building bonuses (residual income), infinity bonuses and check matching bonuses. It’s important to note that while the unilevel compensation plan may not be as “sexxy “ as some of the binary, hybrid and matrix models that are so popular today, it is a model that has produced many industry millionaires. It’s also the compensation model that has gotten into little to no trouble with the FTC.
In closing, it’s pretty clear that Eiro Research is not a scam, but a legitimate business opportunity. Not only do they have a strong leadership team, but they have high quality products and a simple, yet lucrative, compensation plan. However, simply joining Eiro Research will not guarantee success. The only thing that Eiro provides is an opportunity. Ultimately, your success will depend on your ability to sponsor new reps, market Eiro’s products and teach people to do the same. That’s why it’s so critical to your success that you learn the correct ways to market and generate leads. Without the ability to generate leads, regardless of how good Eiro’s products are or how lucrative their compensation is, you will be dead in the water.
If you are thinking about becoming an Eiro rep, I encourage you to get the marketing training you need to succeed in building a wildly successful business.
Jaime Soriano wrote this Eiro Research Review for people looking into the Eiro business opportunity. Sadly, most Eiro reps will never achieve the success they desire because they lack the marketing skills needed to personally sponsor 10-20 people a month. To learn how you can generate an endless flow of leads for your Eiro business, visit Jaime’s MLM Training Secrets
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