So lately I’ve been getting some calls about a new company called IDLife. In recent months, I’ve had some friends (who are Network Marketing professionals) come on board with IDLife after leaving their former company. Normally, I don’t have the time to look into every company that comes across my desk, but since I was called by a friend who is a top earner in the Industry who I respect, I decided to take a look. Now, if you’re reading this chances are you may be looking to get involved with IDLife. Maybe you were called like me, or maybe you’re doing some research on your own. Whatever the case might be, I want to encourage you to go over this whole IDLife Review. I’ll go into all the important information you’ll need to make an informed decision about the company and opportunity. That being said, I do want to disclose that I am not an IDLife distributor. In fact, it matters not to me if you decide to join or not so you could be sure that I’ll be giving you a truly unbiased review.
Who Is IDLife?
First things first, if you’re looking to make a commitment to any company you should take a look at the company itself. Sure the company may have a very generous compensation plan but if the company isn’t set up be around long-term, then having the best compensation plan in the world doesn’t matter. IDLife is a company that sells Health & Wellness products through a Network Marketing business model. The Texas-based company has been around since 2014 so as of this writing, it’s still a very young company. This is something you might want to really consider should you decide to join the company. Sure there’s definitely an upside to being one of the first distributors in a new company. You’ll have first movers advantage for one, and being one of the first distributors allows you to pioneer and override the marketplace you build. But remember, as a young company you’ll most likely feel many growing pains with the company and many of the systems will probably have glitches that will need to be worked out. Of course, I’m not saying this is the case with IDLife. I’m simply saying that you should do some due diligence and talk to some of the company’s leaders about any concerns so you know exactly what you’re walking into. That said, the company’s management team certainly has a lot of experience and the founder, Logan Stout, has been a top field distributor for many years so I’m sure there are some very smart people behind the scenes.
As far as the products are concerned, from what I see they look to really high quality. The company markets meal replacement shakes that are great for adults and also kid friendly. They also market a product called Hydrate which is packed with electrolytes, antioxidants, MCTs and vitamins that protect you from the effects of dehydration. There are also pre-workout and post-workout drinks, along with an entire line of weight loss products. In addition to that, they also carry a skin care line, which enables them to participate in the Anti-aging/Beauty Industry.
How Do You Make Money With IDLife?
In order to become an Independent Associate, you need to purchase a $399 Business Builder Kit. You could also become a Member for $99 and achieve Independent Associate status by either accumulating 500 PV or personally sponsoring two Independent Associates who come in with a Business Builder Kit. Personally, I think this is a very good feature because it practically eliminates any barrier of entry. In most companies, the only way to join would be to buy a $400 or $600 Starter Kit. By allowing people to become Members, there’s little to no chance that you’ll get the “I don’t have money” objection, and you could leverage the Member position to get two more Business Builder Kits. As far as autoship goes, you could earn free product by enrolling 3 preferred customers so it’s possible to build your business with minimal overhead if you do the right things and bring on customers right out of the gate.
The actual compensation plan provides 10 ways to get paid. There are several ways to earn immediate income that include Retail Profits, Fast Start Bonuses and the Business Builder Bonus. You could also earn residual income by building a solid base of team members and customers. You could earn 1% to 5% on the volume of up to 10 levels in your organization. Keep in mind that in order to get paid on the deeper levels in your team you need to move and get promoted through the ranks in the company, but that’s pretty standard in the Industry. There are also Matching Bonuses, Generational Bonuses and Pools you can participate in if you’re a top producer. Overall the compensation plan looks fair and lucrative. As long as you understand that building a Network Marketing business is a long-term project, there’s no reason why you couldn’t make some good money with IDLife.
Should You Join IDLife?
The reality is only you could answer that. If joining a ground floor company that’s in its infancy appeals to you, and you like the idea of promoting health products, then IDLife just might be the company for you. Just make sure you take the time to find a good sponsor that you get along with and the team you join has a system for you to leverage. That being said, even if you have a solid company, quality products and a lucrative compensation plan, there’s still a good chance that you’ll fail in building a solid business. Why? Because all those things don’t matter if you can’t sponsor new people and enroll new customers consistently over time. This is why I recommend that you learn Attraction Marketing. By leveraging solid Attraction Marketing techniques you could position yourself in front of people already looking for what you’re offering. You’ll have a steady flow of leads which is what you want. If you have a solid products and a good opportunity to offer, and you couple that with a steady flow of qualified leads, there’s no telling how big your IDLife business can get.