Yoli is a new Network Marketing company based in Salt Lake City, Utah that is attracting attention in the industry. Yoli’s blast cap delivery system differentiates them from other nutritional beverage companies and they have a product that one can demonstrate. The Blast Caps are small capsules that you put on the top of your water bottle and blast the ingredients into the water. The blast caps freeze dried technology locks in the nutrients and they don’t perish over time. They don’t contain any artificial sweeteners, sugar or preservatives. The compensation plan used is a binary plan which consists of two legs and they have employed a new break even bonus that makes it easy for distributors to not be out of pocket with their monthly auto ship orders. As the blast caps are separate from the bottle you can buy the blast caps on their own and are priced competitively with retail opposition.
Yoli was started by distributors for distributors. The company founders include: Robby Fender, Michael Pritchard, Darren Falter, Rick Eisele, Bobby Jones and Corey Citron. They are all well known in the industry and have over 100 years of combined network marketing experience and is debt free and self funded. As part of Team Healy Mike has built successful teams with multiple companies in the industry. He has produced CD’s that have sold over 100,000 copies internationally and Mike has spoken to crowds of over 10,000 people. Mike Healy knows how to build a successful organization.
If someone questions about yoli blast compensation plot you might not have the answer because you are new. That is all right. But get the answer as soon as you can and relay it to your prospect. Contact your up line for the answer and make sure you write the question and answer down and make your own notebook on your product and compensation plot. The main focus of your business is handling objections from your prospects. Many people in MLM do not prepare for objections. The reality is though you will hear objections. You will hear them from people new to the business and from those experienced in the business. The veterans want to know if you are worth working with. The newbies are worried of getting into something they do not know. You have to handle both situations.