Ximo Review: New Direction

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So you’re a due diligence pro and you’re checking out XIMO Health as a way of making money. Good on you. Here’s what you need to know, from someone who is not part of the company (I have quite enough on my plate already.)

XIMO Health, or simply XIMO (pronounced “zee-moe”), has been around for a number of years at XIMOhealth.com, but was taken over by a new CEO/President Erik Laver in 2010, and is undergoing big changes. Erik is a former top distributor himself in a previous health company, as well as co-founder of fast-growing MLM company, SendOutCards, so this gives him an excellent track record for trusting that this company it not a scam, and will be around for long-term growth.

What Is XIMO Health All About?

XIMO’s signature product is now Golden Energy, a health drink that was previously labelled as Golden Ephedra. The new name focuses on the fact that their formulation starts with a green tea extract then adds many more ingredients, including quercetin, yohimbine, niacin, trymethylglycine (TMG) and caffeine (but no sugar or calories.)

This drink has been touted in forum posts as being a diet supplement for weight loss but a review of XIMO’s claims for Golden Energy on its website, shows they are being appropriately careful in their wording. This is a safe approach given the scam problems and legal history of ephedra and ephidrine products with the US FDA. The company more focuses on the effects on energy and concentration/mood enhancement, describing XIMO in the new health terminology as a ‘functional beverage’.

The XIMO product line previously had a capsule and even a post-mix formulation, but the pills have now given way exclusively to the liquid variety in 16 oz bottles, as bulk combinations like the XIMO Gold Pack. [Update: the 16 oz bottles are changing now too.]

As it is also a network marketing company, XIMO includes a business opportunity where distributors can earn a commission on sales, and sales brought in by distributors they introduce to the business. It has a unilevel MLM compensation plan with other bonuses as well, but is open to US residents only.

As of December 2010 in this pre-launch overhaul of XIMO Health, the initial sign-up to join as a distributor is free. I’m not a distributor, but you can contact one of their top leaders via this site here.

But with XIMO as in any MLM, once you have a solid company that sells a solid product people want to buy, your success comes down to you. And the key skill you need is marketing.

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