Tahitian Noni International – Should You Join Or Is It A Scam?

From The Desk Of Jaime Soriano, Attraction Marketing Coach

If you’re looking to start a home based network marketing business, and you’re looking into different companies you can join, chances are you’ve heard of Tahitian Noni International (TNI). In this Tahitian Noni International Review, I will go into the company, products, compensation plan and, more importantly, what it truly takes to prosper with a company like Tahitian Noni International.

The History Of Tahitian Noni International

Tahitian Noni International is involved in the Health & Wellness Industry. The Health & Wellness Industry is predicted by many industry experts to be the next billion dollar industry. They’re also involved in the Natural Beverage Market, which is currently over a $135 billion industry.

The company itself was founded in July 1996 and is headquartered in Provo, Utah. It’s co-founders are John Wadsworth, Stephen Story, Kim Asay, Kerry Asay and Kelly Olsen. As of this writing, Tahitian Noni is a debt free and privately held company. Tahitian Noni currently operates in 73 countries and support 65 different languages. One of the most impressive accomplishments of the company is that it surpassed $4 billion in revenue in it’s first 10 years, while paying out $2 billion in commissions to it’s distributors. This has resulted in a very impressive track record of having 400 distributors make $1 million in cumulative commissions. The company has also been documented in magazines, health journals, TV documentaries and news clips. According to Tahitian Noni’s presentation, they are currently doing $60 million in revenue every month worldwide.

Lastly, from a marketing standpoint, they have also been endorsed by many celebrities and sports stars, like NBA All-Star Chauncey Billups and Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr. And they are arguably the first network marketing company to start it’s own industry, the Healthy Beverage Industry. It could be said that Tahitian Noni paved the way for companies like Xango and Monavie, which are multi-billion network marketing giants themselves.

The Products

Tahitian Noni International’s flagship product, is Tahitian Noni Juice, now known as Tahitian Noni Bioactive Beverage. It’s main ingredient is the superfruit known as Noni. Noni has a 2,000 year old history in Polynesia for aiding in immune system support, antioxidant protection, good digestion, enhanced energy and vitality, and enhanced physical performance. Researchers have studied Noni for the last 50 years and have documented what it can do with human clinical trials. Tahitian Noni is so dedicated to Noni research and development that they actually own the only noni-dedicated laboratory in the world.

Besides Tahitian Noni Bioactive Beverage, the company also markets other noni-based products. For example, they developed a noni-based energy drink called Hiro. They have noni-base protein shakes. They even have a weight loss cleanse product geared for women over 40 called Tahiti Trim 40. On top of that, they have a whole line of vitamins made with noni. And a very high quality line of noni-based hair care and facial care products.

The Compensation Plan

The Tahitian Noni International compensation plan pays out in 5 main ways. These 5 ways include:

1. Retail Profits – As a distributor, you can purchase products at wholesale and sell them for retail, resulting in profits you can pocket.
2. Personal Rebate – You can earn a 20% rebate when customers purchase product from you or your website.
3. Weekly Fast Start Bonus – You can earn a FSB when a new distributor joins your group within your first 5 levels.
4. Monthly Residual Income – You can earn up to 45% on your group’s volume from levels 1 to 8 (based on autoship)
5. Revenue Pools – Through several different pools, you can earn a percentage of the company’s revenue.

On top of this, there are also advancement bonuses you can earn every time you hit another rank in the company. As well as company paid trips and cruises you can earn based on your rank and production.

Is Tahitian Noni A Scam?

One thing is for sure, Tahitian Noni is not a scam and is a very successful and solid company. The product is backed by documentation and the training platform the company provides, called Success Path, is professional and top-notch. With that said, the company runs on the older network marketing company’s unilevel payout. So it’s not as sexxy as some companies promoting new and updated compensation models, like a binary. But, keep in mind, that while the unilevel structure may not be as sexxy as some of these newer compensation plans, it has a structure that has produced many millionaires in the history of network marketing and is also the compensation structure that runs into little to no problems with the FTC.

If you’re searching for a health related network marketing company, Tahitian Noni might be just what you are looking for. However, simply joining a company like Tahitian Noni will not guarantee you success. Unless you can brand yourself and generate leads, you will be dead in the water and probably end up with a garage full of product with not much to show for it. My advice is to use a marketing system that can accomplish these two things at the same time. If you can do this, you can be fast on your way to building a very profitable business.

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Jaime Soriano
Entrepreneur, Marketing Coach & Network Marketing Professional

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