Explore, what exactly is a Yoli Blast Caps?
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In my experience in the MLM industry I have seen quite a few companies pre-launched. People usually put so much emphasis on joining a MLM program when it is just beginning because it makes it “easier” to reach the “top” since you basically start there really. Well, Yoli is the new kid on the block, […]
The core feature of the Yoli Blast Caps is that the freeze dry delivery system preserves high quantities of vitamins, antioxidants, and other various healthy things while not requiring unhealthy preservatives that would maintain the product’s shelf life. The nearly one hour webinar details in length about the health negatives of typical beverage processing. Health supplements and Liquid health drinks are a highly competitive business markets. While Yoli talks about the quality of their product, they find it important to emphasize the singular nature of the delivery system.
According to the founders of Yoli, they really are not worried about exclusive ownership over the system they use for the Yoli Blast Caps. Essentially what that means is while they are currently the only people using the blast cap technology other companies might be able to acquire rights to use it later. The supposed plan is for Yoli Blast Caps to be offered at a price point that allows it to compete against other comparable retail products. Assuming that they maintain their price point they talked about in the webinar they are definitely far less expensive than most MLM products. At $2.50 per blast cap that is fairly expensive for a powder you add to water, but it is similar to the Red Bull price point.
Usually I would take the time looking to look at more than just the product in a MLM review but I wanted to take the time to fully explore the Yoli Blast Caps. As far as the pre-launch goes Yoli seems to hold just as much potential as any MLM business opportunity. Like any other MLM business, ultimately the success a distributor will have will be based on their marketing skill. Sure the buzz of a pre-launch can be exciting, but getting in on the “ground floor” is pointless when you do not know how to operate the business.
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