I have been hearing a lot about this company recently and found myself wondering what to write about on my blog this morning, so here it is.. an Essante Organics Review!  Since getting into network marketing several years ago, I have always been drawn to companies with green products and so this one would definitely appeal to me personally.

Essanté Organics is a multilevel marketing company founded in 2009 and based in Phoeniz, Arizona.  They manufacture organic (many, but not all are actually certified organic) and chemical-free personal care, anti-aging, weight loss, nutritional, and home care products, which are distributed exclusively through their reps.

essante organics reviewEssanté Organics’ products, website, educational materials and business trainings focus largely on green living and I must say I like that sort of holistic approach to any business.  The products are based on a philosophy of comprehensive wellness through whole-food nutrition, stress management, detoxification, and proactive healthcare – so if those are things that are important to you, this is a great company to check out.

According to their company website: “At Essanté Worldwide we provide wellness alternatives designed to improve lives, and enable personal prosperity.”  I’m not a huge fan of this new word ‘wellness’ I’m sure it could usually be substituted with something better like vitality, but I like the general concept of a company that keeps you well, as opposed to the healthcare system, which doesn’t so much look after health as attempt to paper over the cracks of our many sicknesses.

There are 3 ways to join Essanté Organics and become eligible to sell the products and earn commissions.  You can either join as a wholesale customer for the purchase of an e-commerce website for $29.95; a qualifying executive for $29.95 plus the purchase of 40 points in monthly autoship product; or as an executive for $29.95 plus a $170.00 or $470.00 fast start pack and 75-100 points in monthly autoship product.  I’m not a big fan of autoships, but you would have to look at the products and see whether there is enough there for you and your family (and friends?) or whether you are interested in retailing the product at events, or amongst your friends.

As far as the compensation plan is concerned, Essanté Organics has a binary plan that offers various ways to earn income, including retail profits, fast start bonuses, and commission on downline sales.  A unique aspect of what the company calls it’s Bi-Max Compensation Plan is that you and everyone in your upline are able to build your organization because new Associates are always added below. This structure creates a synergy wherein everyone benefits when new Associates are added.

What you really need help with when you’re starting a network marketing business though is leads.  Without a steady lead flow, or better still lead abundance you really have no business.  You can get leads with a combination of marketing tools and techniques.  You could start a blog like this one, get some videos up on YouTube and/or use a selection of social media sites like Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ etc.,or use advertising techniques like PPC or solo ads.  It’s also great to mastermind and mingle with like-minded entrepreneurs.  Whether you do that out and about in person or online in Facebook groups and Google hangouts is up to you.  My personal choice is called the Internet Lifestyle Network, where I can pop in and chat with hundreds of entrepreneurs involved in MLM, affiliate marketing and all manner of other professions online.  If you need help learning how to market yourself , ILN is worth checking out, the training covers branding in videos, on your Facebook pages and profile, blogging and more.  

If you have already joined Essante Organics, I’d love to hear how you’re getting on.  I am not a representative for the company, but whatever you decide to do, I wish you, as always, the Best of British!

Thanks for reading and have a great day.




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