The USANA business opportunity operates under a simple premise: when you successfully share USANA’s products and the USANA business with others, you get paid for your efforts. We have dozens of millionaire associate or distributors. You can earn your income by following three methods:
Retail Sales, Commissions, and Leadership Bonuses.
Joining USANA distributor network is very easy. Just click this link and complete all the form you need to complete. You only need spend 20 – 30 points to buy a business starter kit and you will become an USANA distributor. Because of the binary compensation plan, we can place you a lot of downline distributors if you signing up from our website. You can check the reasons here.
STEP 1: OPEN YOUR BUSINESS CENTER(S)
When you join USANA, you’ll open one Business Center or three Business Centers, based on whether you’d like to start a small business or a large business. You’ll earn commissions on your product sales through your Business Center(s). The more Business Centres you have, the more money you can potentially make.
STEP 2: SHARE USANA
Your USANA business is based on a binary compensation plan, which means you’ll begin building your business with a left and a right side. You’ll earn weekly commissions based on the total number of points you and your team collect on each side of your business—this is called Group Sales Volume, and it includes sales from both Associates and Preferred Customers on your team. A USANA Preferred customer who receives Preferred Pricing on USANA’s products, but is not eligible to receive commissions when they share USANA with others. Orders by Preferred Customers in your team add to your total Group Volume each week.
The cumulative volume of sales (in points) you and your team earn. This is tallied every week, and there is no limit to the number of people
in your organization from whom you can earn Group Sales Volume. There are also no monthly Group Sales Volume requirements
The amount you earn from your USANA business will be in direct proportion to your ability to share USANA’s wellness products with other like-minded people, as well as your ability to build a team of Associates who, like you, share USANA’s products with others and build strong teams of their own. Each USANA product has a point value. This is different from the dollar amount. Points contribute to your overall volume,which determines your commission.
With USANA, you’re paid on any matched Group Sales Volume (starting at 125 points) from your left and right sides. This chart shows a few examples
to help you visualize the potential growth of your USANA business.
Remember, take any matched Group Sales Volume from your left and right sides, multiply it by .2 (or 20 percent) and you’ll see the Commission Points you’ll earn for that week!
Because USANA is a global company, we use Commission Points instead of dollars to calculate your commission. Your Commission Points are
converted into your country’s currency. In the U.S., one Commission Point is equal to one dollar.
STEP 3: MAKE THE MOST OF IT
Leverage the income you make through your USANA business in a number of ways.
DOUBLE YOUR COMMISSIONS BY OPENING THREE BUSINESS CENTERS
As you build Business Centers two and three, you are simultaneously building Business Center one without additional effort because the Group Sales Volume in your second and third Business Centers rolls up to your first Business Center.
You are paid out each week on the Group Sales Volume that is the same, or matched, on both your left and right sides. But what about the rest? It becomes rollover for your next check (starting at 125).* Continue to build both sides of your business evenly to take full advantage of the work of you and your team members.
ADDITIONAL BUSINESS CENTERS
As you continue to grow your USANA business, you can qualify for AdditionalBusiness Centers, which allow you to increase your income potential. Whenever you maximize a Business Center, you earn an Additional Business Center. There are no limits to the number of Additional Business Centers you can earn, which means there are no limits to how big your business can grow.
$76,000 is the average yearly income for an established, full-time USANA Associate. $25,000 is the annual average of those who earned as little as one commission check each month. Total earnings include commissions, Leadership Bonus, Matching Bonus, contests, and incentive compensation. The number of full-time Associates who have maxed at least 1 Business Center during the year equals less than 1% of all Associates.
Those Associates earning as little as one check a month and associated with USANA for more than six months equals 3% of all ordering Associates. If you include all 135,590 ordering Associates, which includes: Associates not actively building a business (acting as wholesale buyers), Associates who just joined (as little as one day), and those who are just beginning to build their customer base, the average yearly income is still $616.72 with nearly one in three earning a check. To date, USANA has had more than 200 global Associates become lifetime Million Dollar Club members.
How to set up three USANA Business centers ?
You must have 400 points to open three business centers within six weeks after you enroll usana business network. If you need keep one business center open to earn commission, you have to make one hundred USANA point sales every four weeks. If you want to keep all of your business centers open, no matter how many you have, you need have 200 USANA point sales every four weeks. You get paid every week but your personnel sale requirement every four weeks.
The Income Difference of one Business Center and Three Business Centers
Assume that each Business Centre (including your own) is active and has generated sales volume equal to 100 points in PSV within the current week. In this example, you have 10 Business Centres on each side, each generating 100 points in PSV.
That is a total of 1,000 points in GSV on your left side and 1,000 points in GSV on your right; your own PSV counts toward the GSV of your upline. According to the Weekly Commission Payout Schedule, your highest balanced GSV is 1,000 on each side, which would earn you a commission of 200 points for the week.
To keep three Business Centres active, you must produce at least 200 points in PSV worth of product every four weeks. With three Business Centres you build balanced legs on two Business Centres and earn commissions on three. Your 002 and 003 Business Centres would each have 500 points in GSV on the left side and 500 points in GSV on the right. According to the Weekly Commission Payout Schedule, the highest balanced GSV is 500, earning you 100 commission points for the week in the 002 and 003 Business Centres. Your 001 Business Centre would earn the same 200-point commission as before. That’s a 400-point commission for you—twice the commission for the week from 20 Business Centres generating 2,000 points in GSV.
You can earn double the income if you build three business centers.
QUALIFYING FOR LEADERSHIP AND ELITE BONUSES
When you demonstrate leadership abilities by helping others in your sales organization to build large and successful organizations, you participate in two extra bonus programs – Leadership and Elite.
To qualify, you must:
• Be ranked a Gold Director or higher
• Produce at least 100 points in PSV during the current four-week period
• Maximize one or more Business Centers during the current week
• Be available by phone to your organization
• Participate in no other network marketing program
• Actively train and supervise your downline sales organization
• Help, every four weeks, one Distributor you sponsored earn a commission for the first time
USANA has created leadership levels to help direct your short-term goals and establish milestones to
help you measure your progress as you work toward your ultimate goal.
Each leadership level is earned as you produce specific volume requirements. The levels of leadership
are defined in the chart below.
Upon reaching the next level, you will receive a pin. Use the chart and the experience of previous Distributors to establish reasonable goals for your business.