There are many people looking to cash in on the profitable health and nutrition market. With all the competition it is important to find the right product to market to a specific group of people. Natural, homeopathic and organic products are attracting a lot of consumer interest at the moment. It makes sense then that marketers are trying to capitalize of this growing segment of consumers who are willing to pay more of they believe they are getting superior products with health benefits. Uri nutritional products are marketed as reasonably priced "whole food" nutrition for people who want to improve their physical health. For those who also are interested in improving their financial situation, the company offers affiliate opportunities.
Compensation starts with a 20% commission on products sold at full price. When you recruit another affiliate under you, the company advertises a 25% matching bonus on their monthly commission check. The company promises that 50% of sales are paid out as commissions, but your percentage of that depends on your rank in the sales structure. Because it is based on selling their nutritional products to people outside the business, the company argues that their business plan is solid from the ground up. They offer free materials that reveal the problems with the food supply today and show how their nutritional products offer a real solution. By encouraging people who use the products to sign up for automatic shipments, the company can bring in a more consistent revenue flow.
Distributors' commissions increase as sales volume increases, so the company says its marketing plan is not like others who largely depend on what new distributors invest and are required to order for themselves. So far, it is virtually impossible to find any negative reports about the products or the company, but that could be because it is a newer company whose affiliates are actively promoting its products online. Will Uri International stand the test of time? It probably depends on how well they can manage to make inroads on their competition, which would include the more expensive Mannatech supplements. Marketing their products as "affordable" indicates they are aware of competitors in their nutritional supplement niche. The company website and the websites of their affiliates are nicely designed; it seems they are trying to do everything right in terms of legitimate and effective marketing practices by giving out free information and so on.
So what it comes down to is whether you are interested enough to try their products and judge the results for yourself. If you believe this company is offering a quality product at a reasonable price, becoming an affiliate yourself could be a logical option for you. You might be wise to compare what other similar companies are offering before you make a decision as to which product line and affiliate program is truly the best.
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