If you’re reading this third party review of Ximo Health, chances are you’re looking for information on the company because you’re thinking about joining. Before you do, I want to encourage you to go over this entire review so you can make an educated and informed decision about the company and business opportunity. In this review, I’ll go into the actual company, the product, the business opportunity and whether or not they have what it takes to become the next big healthy beverage company. I want to disclose that I’m not a Ximo Health distributor, so rest assured I’ll be giving you this review from an unbiased perspective.
First of all, let’s go into the actual company. Ximo Health is a company that sells a healthy beverage through a network marketing business model. The Salt Lake City, Utah based company was relaunched in November 2010 under new owner, and CEO, Erik Laver. Laver has a very impressive business resume dating back to 1992, where he got started in network marketing with a company called E’OLA International. In his time with E’OLA International, he was able to build a team of 500,000 distributors and became the company’s #1 income earner. After his time with E’OLA International, he co-founded and acted as President of SendOutCards, which is currently a very popular network marketing company that is doing very well. While there isn’t much information on the rest of the company’s corporate team, it does seem that the company is positioning itself to be a player in the functional beverage category of the network marketing industry.
Ximo Health markets a sugar-free, healthy functional beverage called Ximo. It’s reported benefits include increased energy, improved mental focus and weight loss. It contains green tea, which not only provides the benefits mentioned, but also contains antioxidants, which fortifies your immune system and lowers blood pressure. Aside from green tea, Ximo also includes Quercetin (which improves circulation), Yohimbe (which increases your metabolism), Niacin (which increases energy levels), Trimethylglycine (which protects against dehydration) and caffeine.
As far as the business opportunity is concerned, you can join Ximo Health by purchasing an initial order of product, then maintaining a monthly autoship. The company has a unilevel compensation plan, that provides four ways to get paid. The first way to get paid is retail commissions, which you can earn by personally selling products. The second way to get paid is through the Great Start Bonuses, which allows you to get paid 35% of the initial order of anyone you sponsor, and 15% of the initial order of anyone who is sponsored by someone you personally sponsored. The third way to get paid is through unilevel commissions, which allows you to get paid on the autoship orders of your downline down to 8 levels based on your rank. From a business standpoint, it’s good to know that the company compresses out any inactive distributors so you can get paid on 8 levels of active distributors. Last but not least, based on your performance, you can also participate in the Global Leadership Bonus Pools, which would enable you to get paid on the overall purchased of the entire company. Overall, the Ximo Health compensation plan is quite fair and can be lucrative for the right person.
In summary, Ximo Health is definitely a solid company. They have a CEO that is documented and experienced, they have a good product that is backed by science and testimonials and a generous compensation plan. With that said, having all that in place isn’t enough to succeed. While it’s clear that having a credible company is critical to your business, at the end of the day, your success will rely on your ability to sponsor new people into your business, market products and get customers and build a productive team. One of the key components to accomplishing those things is the ability to market and generate leads. My recommendation is that you use a proven Attraction Marketing system that allows you to brand yourself, generate leads, make money even when people don’t join your business and sponsor people on the back-end. If you can incorporate online attraction marketing and branding with a solid offline system, there’s no telling how successful you can be with your Ximo Health business.