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Date Added: 8/4/2009     Reviewer: windychris
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Company Name: XanGo, LLC
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Xango Description

XanGo is a company that sells premium mangosteen juice. Mangosteen has received major media coverage for its impressive antioxidant properties and health benefits. The company XanGo has targeted the health market and built the business by using network marketing to promote their product, thus offering a business opportunity for people wanting to sell their products.

Xango Detailed Overview

If you’ve been involved with network marketing, then you have probably heard of XanGo a couple of times. Their company is centered on Xango juice, which includes a super antioxidant called xanthones (derived from the Mangosteen fruit). They have grown very large in the past few years and have been around since 2002. The company boasted around $40 million in sales the first year and is now doing $30 million in sales a month.

The company is reputable but how does it work? The membership fee to become a distributor is $35 and they send you a starter kit and a free xango.net site. You will start out with a case of XanGo (4 bottles of the juice) which costs $100. You can then sell them at a marked up price of $45 per bottle or sign up new distributors (who will have to buy a case). When you sponsor new distributors, you only get 20-30% (30% if you sign up on their autoship program) of the profit.

So to do the math, if you sell $1000 in products, you will earn $300 if the people you sponsor initially. If you sign up for 2 cases with autoship, you are given another 15% initial earnings on the second level. These earnings do not reflect the monthly earnings, just the commissions from the initial sales.

From there, you earn 5-10% in earnings up to 9 levels deep. However, you only earn up to a certain level depending on certain requirements. You will have to sponsor a person that eventually sponsors 3 people to get to the fourth level. There are even more requirements to get paid 9 levels in their compensation plan.

Their compensation plan is very complicated but they do lay out exactly where all the payouts are going to, giving them credibility. I also think that the compensation pays too little on the low levels and the company keeps too much of the profits. They should definitely increase the payouts as many people report their sponsors drop out from a lack of earnings.

As far as the marketing materials go, the XanGo juice is marketed as a dietary supplement. I like this idea because it focuses on the value of the product rather first before the opportunity. The marketing material you are given fully supports this stance and this actually helps you sponsor new reps.

The company Xango offers additional tool to help market their products as a distributor. They offer a membership called XGOPro (at $24.95 a month) which is a membership that includes a 4 CD starter kit, weekly business builder CDs which are shipped out to you, and a MyMangosteen.com personal site. The membership also gives you access to audio interviews, bi-weekly newsletter, recruiting videos, and training manuals to help grow your business. The training is pretty solid but nothing too advanced such as direct marketing and specific Internet marketing strategies.

I personally think the site is a great way to sell your products and offers great sales copy, pictures, and a clean layout. The site offers other products from the company such as bottled supplements and skin care products. It’s also set up to bring in new distributors. The bad thing about this is that you cannot make changes to the site and since many other people have the same site, it’s hard to drive search engine traffic to it. Unfortunately, the company does not allow you to set up your own customized sales site.

One big problem many people encounter is selling the juice to real customers. The juice is priced at $45 for around a 24 oz bottle of juice, which is incredibly expensive. Many people have complained that the only way to drive through sales of the juice is to sign up new distributors. This creates a culture where the distributors are the main customers of the products which I’m not a fan of. To remedy this, they’ve added skin care and supplements to their product line but there hasn’t been much feedback on the sales of these products from consumers.

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Xango Reputation

Overall, XanGo is a solid network marketing company and has been around since 2002. There have been mixed reviews about their opportunity. The majority of the people earn very little for their efforts and many people have trouble getting started.

Most people have seen results from sponsoring other people but have trouble selling the product to real health conscious consumers. The biggest complaint is that the compensation plan is very weak compared to other network marketing opportunities and most of the profit is from the initial sales. While XanGo offers 50% going to the compensation plan, most of the earnings will go to the top sponsors and the company itself.

The earning limitation comes from the fact that there are sponsorship requirements before you start earning commissions across all 9 levels. At the end of the day it’s up to you whether this business opportunity is for you. The business involves a lot of face to face selling, networking meetings, and teams to succeed so you will have to decide if that is something you want to do.

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"Xango" is Good Product

Great job with this content. A few months ago I joined Xango. The benefits of the product are very good. It is a fruity juice with strong antioxidants. It’s a good product, but it’s difficult to make a network of clients to sell it to.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by Mena on October 23, 2012 at 2:00 PM CST

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Great Experience

I have been in Xango for almost 5 months and I am extremely happy with the knowledge that I have gotten from this company.

Network marketing is not an easy industry, it requieres effort and requires time to get the results that we want to get.

Xango gives the opportunity to have your own business and it is great, I cannot complain at all. I do not sell the product because I build the network which is way more profitable than direct selling the juice or any of it's other products.

I am in Mexico and Mexicans are very skeptical; however, we have are working with one of the best networkers in all of Latin American through a new methodology recognized by the Xango founders to build a fast-growing network.

I am very satisfied with Xango and have already left my job and I am on my way to become financially free.

If you are interested or have any questions, I would be happy to help and not only in Mexico since my mom is doing this in the States.
 
 


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avatar   by gonorti on August 5, 2012 at 7:16 PM CST

 
 
 
Xango Experience

Two years ago I enlisted in Xango. I joined after responding to an add on a Christian radio. My sponsor was really nice and she had an ailing husband who was consuming the product. However, her sponsor was a bit pushy and complained during conference calls when I asked the two to hold as I dealt with my children. I should have offered to call them and put them on conference call. Nevertheless, the plan of the business as I recall was understandable. I earned $35 however I've never yet to receive it as I never reached the minimum payout balance. My only referral was a co-worker. She claimed to like the product (okay tasting) as she too had medical issues. However, I found out that she canceled her subscription through the call center. I gave bottles away and I even sold wholesale. I received the classy magazine monthly and even participated in conference calls. I lost a lot of weight, I feel, in conjunction with Weight Watchers.
 
 


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avatar   by ncdf001 on July 28, 2010 at 10:02 PM CST

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Xango is great!

I'm picky when it comes to fruit juices. I like the usual ones such apple, mango, orange and pineapple juices. However, mangosteen is on the iffy-side but I still wanted to try Xango's offer and I was not disappointed. It really tasted good without the smell of medicine often associated with fruit juice preserves. The cost is pretty much a non-issue for me, but I think the company should offer discounts for bulk orders.
 
 


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avatar   by seed20b on June 16, 2010 at 1:57 PM CST

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Didn't like it!

I recently signed up with Xango while searching through Craigslist. I noticed an ad under business. I thought it sounded appealing since I planned on getting back into I. M. and Affiliate Marketing. I was sent a video about a ground breaking product that I learned to be "Eleviv" Which is suppose increase vigor. It addresses depression, stress, and fatigue. Which is the main reason people go to their doctors today. I later found out I would have to market this to my "warm market" and try to get them to join my down line. If your not familiar your warm market is your friends/family. I didn't like this idea from the the second I heard it. I didn't want to sell anything or go do direct marketing aka face to face. I was lucky enough to get out early though. I think this isn't a bad opportunity if you can get people willing to pay the expensive prices for the product. For most of us in the economy we will try to get a better deal on our mangosteen. I signed up for a membership for $35. I will be sending a letter of termination soon though.
 
 


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avatar   by justnbiz on January 29, 2010 at 2:19 PM CST

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Xango for your Health

Xango is a great product, I have used it since it became available in 2002. I was a customer at first, being introduced to it by my chiropractor. I then became a distributor receiving my case of 4 bottles at the distributor price of $100. I was very excited about this product because of the way I felt after using it and the possibility of making money selling such a good product. Unfortunately the way the compensation plan is set up, I did not make as much as I thought I would. A very small amount is given to the distributor while the company keeps the larger portion of revenue. There is a lot of leg work that goes into making this business a success, and if they changed the compensation plan you could make quite a bit. The product is a good one, and if you have the time to devote to this, you will be successful at it.
 
 


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avatar   by darcie02 on January 28, 2010 at 2:51 PM CST

 
 
 
Enjoy it just as a consumer

My parents were very concerned about family health, and they were very interested in products that can maintains a healthy body. For nearly two years of our families consumed Xango. And for two years was also Xango provides it's benefits. Our family had rarer illness and feels more refreshed every morning.

With all the benefits of Xango, I am interested in becoming a reseller. But it only lasted less than a month when I decided to give up. People prefer to buy in the store at a price much cheaper than mine. Furthermore, it’s very difficult to create a network with expensive products like Xango. This is real business, you must work extra hard to earn your money. I recommend this product to be consumed, but not for resale.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by omdo on January 20, 2010 at 10:40 AM CST

 
 
 
Good product but hard to sell

My wife was turned on the the Xango sales thing about a year and a half ago. She had a friend who was trying to make a go of it and got her into selling it too. It is a good product, but far too costly.

The benefits of the product are very good though. I am at the age where I have quite a few ailments, and Xango seems to help your system. My wife, my children and I seem to be less susceptible to frequent colds and sinus problems when using the product.

If they could find a way to get the cost down to where there was an actual chance to make a little profit, it would be great.

My wife is no longer with the program, but we still use the product.
 
 


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avatar   by omenowen1 on January 17, 2010 at 12:45 PM CST



 
 
 
People really believe in Xango

They believe so strongly that strangers at a trade show GAVE us a bottle. It did very little, if anything, for us. We have sold various health supplements and never really have turned a profit, because as others have said, it is more about "selling the opportunity". I find it interesting that Mangosteen could be imported as fruit at one time, but now it cannot. That is in part what drives the price of this exotic beverage.
 
 


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avatar   by gardengerty on December 24, 2009 at 6:53 AM CST

 
 
 
Great Juice, High Price

This juice is great for people who need to cure any ailment they might have. I found that the juice tasted great, and it is also very quick with getting rid of my allergies to pet dander. I am a young woman & in pretty good health, so there was not much to cure besides the allergies. I did find it very discouraging that the drinks cost so much. Not only did they cost a lot, but I was not even getting half of the profit. This is a bit of a pyramid scheme, but it works quite well. As long as you can find the people to buy the product, I suggest trying it out for yourself!
 
 


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avatar   by liekomgz on December 22, 2009 at 8:09 PM CST

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Works if you work it

My husband and I have been part of the Xango company for 2 1/2 years now. We have stopped "working" the business, but still buy and drink the juice daily.

My husband worked the business for a solid year and made it to 5K (one of the levels of pay)... he was on the phone trying to convert constantly, he went to trade shows and spent a lot of money on promotional devices. We made some money, definitely more then we spent, but not enough to quit our day job. So he kind of fell out of the promotions but we still keep it and still receive a check every month. The check supports our Xango habit as well as our cable bill, so it works for us.

The down side of Xango is that in my eyes you are selling the opportunity and not the product. Unlike that of Mary Kay or Avon where you can make commission off of the sale of products or when you have people sign up under you... all Xango pushes is signing people up on autoship... which is expensive and a hard sell.

The other problem with Xango is that there is SO much competition! Not just with other MLM companies, but with the mainstream stores and health stores. Why should they pay $25/bottle when they can get it at the store for $10... blah, blah, blah... you are prepared for this question because you get it EVERY time, but it gets old trying to defend what makes yours better than the rest.

I am not sure as it even works... I am young and have no ailments so it is hard to say if it is doing anything or not.

I think that if you are a health nut and are really into the benefits of the Mangosteen fruit... you may be OK, successful sellers are tuned into a big network of gym goers, runners, bikers, swimmers, etc...

We have moved onto a different MLM company as we really like the idea behind MLM and wanted to make sure we had one that we could promote and get behind. We found something that rewards you with both commission from sales as well as a downline. Personally I think that that is something to look for in a MLM company. It is a lot of work and you definitely would like to get paid right away!
 
 


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Hard to sell

My sister-in-law was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and one of her friends sold her a case of Xango. It is a fruity juice with strong antioxidant power, it made her feel good and boosted her immune system so she decided to try to get into the business. After trying for a few months to sell the product, she gave up. It's been hard even for her to buy it in this hard times. I think it's a good product, but it's hard to make a network of clients to sell it to. Some people still manage to make money out of it, but they put a lot of effort into it.
 
 


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avatar   by elena30 on November 23, 2009 at 9:34 PM CST

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Health drink sales

It does work, but is expensive. Pro is that you only have to drink a small amount and it works for a variety of ailments that you can look up on the computer. It also tastes quite pleasant. A con for me is that selling it is kind of hard. It was easier back in the day to sell things and this product is difficult to sell because it is expensive for a drink. I would probably have to know a lot of people who are into buying independent products or family and friends who would buy from me to succeed in this. I would buy the product regularly if I could afford it and it could be a great opp for someone that is a great sales person.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by topnotchwriter on October 30, 2009 at 8:29 PM CST

 
 
 
Used Xango for 5 years

I used Xango for 5 years. I found the product helped with allergies and other health issues. I liked that you could pause your autoship--most companies don't allow you to do that and still keep your placement. I liked the scientific research that backed the product. I found it difficult to build Xango as an MLM business.
 
 


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avatar   by vfinnie on October 6, 2009 at 10:34 AM CST

 
 
 
Awesome Product and Business

Before I ever decided to do this as a Business I was one who had to be Sold on the product. I was able to find a way to get this product and try it out, and once I was hooked I decided it was time to become a retailer of this product as well. The Business aspect of it is quite simple in you try to find people also interested in doing this as a Business and interested in the product and what it can do for them, and the Health qualities of it as well.
 
 


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avatar   by KrauseHome on October 5, 2009 at 7:00 AM CST

 
 
 
The product is too expensive

About a year ago, I signed up with this product to become a distributor for $35, it was through a friend so I couldn't say no. At first I was attracted to their promotional campaign that seems easy to promote plus the free website I got. I had my sponsor who was very supportive sending me e-mails daily about webinar and conferences that I have to attend to be successful in this marketing business. And so to make it short, I was so excited, ordered my first case of xango (4 bottles per case. )for $100 and started selling it to my family and friends. I also spent money for business cards and other promotional materials just to make it a good business. But in the end, it gained me nothing but a monthly case of Xango deducted from my bank account, plus some of my friends stopped ordering. Why? Because it's hard to sell a $45 bottle of Xango when they can buy one at the store at a cheaper price; one of the comments I got made me decide to cancel my membership. Take note, you cannot cancel your membership and your monthly billing unless you send them your cancellation letter by fax or by postal letter. In the end, I gave bottles of Xango for free to my family. Until now, I still receive junk e-mails from my sponsor about product updates.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by eyeopener on September 21, 2009 at 6:32 AM CST

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Good product but difficult to sell

A friend who sells Xango sold me a bottle and I was very satisfied with it so I began to sell it myself with the help of my wife. I noticed that it kept my gastritis in check and it gave my immune system a boost which helped keep me from getting sick in the winter. However, because the cost per bottle is around $ 45, I had difficulty making sales. I believe in the product but I was getting frustrated at driving to someone on a Saturday only to have them reject me because they did not like the price. I love this product and will keep a bottle in my house at all times but it is a difficult product to sell.
 
 


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avatar   by drumrokr on September 13, 2009 at 8:02 AM CST

 
 
 
Overpriced, dubious "health drink"

As the other comments have already mentioned several times, it is very difficult to sell a bottle of juice for $45, no matter what miraculous health benefits it may have. And even at that price, you're not making great profits off of Xango. Selling it for less will only reduce the cut you get. It's just another MLM company with a product that no one will buy.

The health benefits of mangosteen juice aren't well-established, either - and Xango is mangosteen mixed with a number of other fruit juices! Any health benefit that comes from the mangosteen will be very little unless you are drinking bottles and bottles of the stuff. The FDA has issued a warning to the makers of Xango for the claims that they make about all of Xango's health properties.

It's very hard to sell the stuff, not worth it at all.
 
 


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avatar   by echidnina on September 12, 2009 at 10:45 AM CST

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Not for lack of trying

I first heard about Xango a few years ago as I was recruited to help set up appointments for a person who was selling it. At the time I wasn't into selling, I just wanted to make money setting the appointments.

The more I heard of this "health juice" the more I was curious and the more I thought, that with all the appointments I was setting it had to be something good.

So after much reluctance from my now husband, We joined, and started trying to sell.

Does anyone have any idea how hard it is to sell *juice* this expensive? No matter that it is full of health benefits, no one was going to by this stuff.

We tried every route that the person we signed up through told us and nothing. To be honest I don't think I made one stinking sell.

I wouldn't say that this is a complete failure, however, for someone that doesn't do well trying to sell things or doesn't do well to convince people to buy things, This truly would not be for you.
 
 


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avatar   by AshleyLucas09 on September 8, 2009 at 8:32 AM CST

 
 
 
Good product

I joined Xango before it was officially launched. This was the result of putting down my name on a website, confirming my interest in running a business. Not long after I received an email from Xango.

Initially it was not clear what product they intended to sell. Then it became clear the product was mangosteen. This fruit is widely available in many parts of my country. They were hoping I would become one of the local dealers.

The main problem was the price. As with any MLM, the price of the product has to be marked up. A quick survey showed that local people prefer the fruit in it's original form. One litre of locally produced mangosteen juice costs around 3 dollars. I gave it a pass.

The product is good, and so is team support. It may get a good reception in areas where no mangosteen is grown.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by rosdimy on September 2, 2009 at 8:01 PM CST

 
 
 
I tried Xango and Failed

Last summer I saw this opportunity to sell Xango and being the newbie that I was to having a business online, I totally failed! It's about $250 to start selling Xango, if I'm not mistaken, and you have to have an auto-shipment every single month! That's where they get you. I actually sold one whole bottle of it (to my family) and I never even got commission for it! That didn't set well with me! So I cancelled everything (I had to handwrite a letter to their main headquarters) and they refunded me all my money but let me keep all the bottles of Xango. I guess you could say I got over $200 worth of Xango free! That was the only good part. Their support is good, but they use the cold-calling method, which I HATE! They don't teach you how to market the product online. It's very hard to get people to buy the product, and the commission system is kind suspicious to me. I don't recommend trying it at all, you might not be as lucky as me to get a full 30 day refund.
 
 


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Limited success

I started drinking Xango after I was diagnosed with high blood pressure and my gastritis was out of control. After three days of drinking two ounces of Xango a day I noticed my gastritis was not as bad. My high blood pressure was also controlled. Xango was very beneficial in many other areas of my health. Every time a health issue was brought up, I spoke about Xango. I tried out becoming a Xango distributor since I was already buying it monthly. Whenever I spoke about my health stories to people they were amazed with the results I got, but when I announced the price they were shocked! Overall, unless your clientele has not been affected by the economic issues and is willing to hand over a large amount of money for a bottle of juice which is not recognized by Doctors, your success is limited. I stopped drinking Xango after trying to sell it because it became to expensive for me to try and sell and drink.
 
 


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avatar   by dazedaze on August 18, 2009 at 12:54 PM CST

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Most business opportunities have pros and cons

We got in with Xango about 3 years after it came into the country. Now, there are many more "like" juices on the market. In selling this type of product it really helps if you have contacts who are following or looking for the "wellness" or "natural" products for their health issues. Just look around for people who have health issues - they are all around you. As far as the business part of it goes, it is helpful if your sponsor has a good testimony of how the product has helped them. It also helps if you also have a good testimony of how the product has helped you personally. When we first started, our sponsor came to our home and held wellness clinics whereby she talked about the product and then told her story of how the product had helped her. If you can keep something like this going it really helps to get the sales you need.

We could not keep it going long enough to really see our downline grow.

As has already been stated the price is a problem with some people. However, if you check out other like products it is comparable. Some feel the shipping is high - but that is because the bottles are glass and therefore weigh more. But, as was explained to us, it is necessary since the product cannot be put in plastic bottles.

We did pretty good with the "business" for a while, but then lost customers for various reasons. But, we stayed with it because the product helped me physically, until we found another product with a higher "orac" count.

The product is a good product, but I feel the business part takes special "go-getter" type people to really build a downline.
 
 


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Hard to sell product

Actually it is not me who is a member here but my sister-in-law but as I have helped or at the very least tried to help her market this product I think I have a pretty good idea how hard selling this product can be.

First and foremost, it is quite expensive and not everyone is willing to shell out so much for a health drink. Although it did help my sis-in-law to get back in health, in the end she gave it up since it was really expensive and it was a drain on her credit card. We weren't able to earn anything from this product because no one wanted to buy an expensive product and we marketed both online and offline. Maybe we are just not good marketers, and that's why we failed to sell any. So if you are a very good marketer (again) go for this one, but if you're just an average Joe or Jane then you just better pack you bags because you won't get a dime out of this one.
 
 


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avatar   by chaime on August 11, 2009 at 10:25 PM CST

 
 
 
Xango is a health product but can be hard to sell

Xango is a great health product and the company has experienced some record growth. To be successful with this product and company, it helps to gain knowledge with the product. The product has a nice fruity taste and many health benefits, but is pretty expensive. I did sell some bottles to friends and family, but had a difficult time to get somebody below me to sell it as well.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by amray767 on August 8, 2009 at 9:43 PM CST

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About Xango

When I had first tried out this product, my main concern was getting consumers to actually buy the Xango juice, as it is very expensive $45. The site gives you information on how the money will be split between you and the company, but it appears that the company itself is making the bigger half of the profit. Also, in order to get paid more, you will need a certain number of sponsors which will decrease your potential payment from selling the Xango juices even further. So you had to wait until your sponsor sponsors another 3 or more people to get taken to the next business level in order to get paid more which was very, very confusing to me at first and maybe even more confusing to people who have yet to try this and which I didn't like. They also offered sales tools that were somewhat helpful to me. Customer service was great; I didn't get a bunch of unhelpful, automated E-mail responses from the Xango representatives which is really a plus in my book. In the end, I've managed to make decent profit off of selling these Xango juices. I'm not complaining, but I would have expected to make much, much more.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by MurderGorgeous on August 5, 2009 at 9:30 PM CST

 
 
 
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