Affinity lifestyles began offering healthy and quality products in 1998 that made them one of the top competitors in the industry of health today. It is currently headed by Brent Jones, a lawyer practicing in the field of real estate and finance. Three pillars of their medical advisory board are employed to ensure that their products are of high quality and competitive.
They have a wide variety of products that has given them more opportunity for growth and development. To date, they have verged into health and nutrition products, weight loss, automotive and fuel, home or office technology and a specialist line. They were able to create their mark on their chosen industry by enabling their products to become the choice of many.
Opportunity to gain additional or primary income can be possible through Affinity Lifestyles by choosing which membership style you prefer, either Business Builder or Leadership. The Business Builder membership will require a prospective member to sign-up and pay 100$ and an additional fee for administrative purposes of 25$ . Bonuses, commissions and matrix compensation plan of 3 x 4. Leadership membership would cost you of around $ 400; they will offer you comprehensive marketing plans, bonuses and commissions. Just like the former type of membership, bonuses are also given upon recruitment of associates.
Distributors earn money by selling products directly to consumers and through their recruited distributor, that is, when their recruited distributor makes a sale, part of the income will be credited to their account. Such income is termed as ‘residual income’. The competitive compensation packages of the distributors are embedded into the costing of their products. Aside from the compensation, shipment and storage costs are also included.
There are two ways in which one can intensify his chances of increasing income through Affinity Lifestyles. If you are the type of person who does not have that ‘strong guts’ to go out and sell products, or you are a bit shy, then you can just do the initial work of recruiting distributors and be contented with residual income. Just be sure that you’ll recruit people who are good in marketing, therefore, let them do what you are weak at.
On the other hand, if you are really a salesperson and distributing or selling products are already part of your nerves, then you can beef up your income by direct selling. You can utilize your talent in introducing good products and encourage them to buy.