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Young Living Or doTerra - Which Opportunity Is Better?

Young Living Or doTerra – Which Opportunity Is Better?

Both Young Living as doTerra are doing excellent in the Business For Home Momentum ranks, and almost daily we get the question from Business Builders as opportunity seekers:

Which company should I join, Young Living or doTerra?

As Business For Home we are neutral, we like almost any Network Marketing company, and if we get above question, we point out, our (near) real-time company metrics for Young Living as for doTerra would give a business builder the information needed to make an educated decision to join one of this Utah, USA based companies :).

This are our metrics for the 2 companies, which are active in the essential oil segment:

  • Young Living has 85,000 Youtube followers,
  • doTerra 141,848.
  • Young Living has 1,498,000 Facebook likes
  • doTerra 1,433,000.
  • Young Living has 20,596 Facebook talking about,
  • doTerra 25,693.
  • Young Living has 65,458 Twitter followers,
  • doTerra 64,444.
  • Young Living has slightly less web traffic (Alexa rank 5),
  • doTerra slightly more (4)
  • Young Living generates double the amount of traffic (10,901 views) to our website than doTerra (5,685).
  • Young Living $1,9 Billion in sales in 2018,
  • doTerra $1.7 Billion in sales in 2018.

By all means it’s a 50% -50% draw, both companies are doing excellent on social media, offer great products, generate load’s of traffic, are growing steady; therefore so much depends on your efforts and the team / enroller you join, as the business culture you like.  

 

Often our metrics give a clear picture, however not in this business case 🙂

Click here for the Business For Home Metrics for Young Living

 

Click here for the Business For Home Metrics for doTerra

About Young Living Essential Oils

Young Living Essential Oils, LC, based in Lehi, Utah, is the world leader in essential oils and distributor of the highest quality of oil-infused products. As stewards of the earth and its people, Young Living paves the way for every essential oil company with its Seed to Seal® standard and its Sourcing, Science, and Standards pillars.

These guiding principles protect the planet and ensure that customers can feel good about using Young Livingproducts for themselves, their families, and in their homes. Young Living’s products contain essential oils that all come from corporate-owned or partner farms as well as Seed to Seal-certified suppliers, support a healthy lifestyle, and continue to provide opportunities for over 6 million members to achieve their goals and aspirations by aligning their work with their values and passions. For more information, visit YoungLiving.com

About doTERRA

doTERRA is the verified leader in the global Aromatherapy and Essential Oils market in sourcing, testing, manufacturing, and distributing CPTG® essential oils through a network of more than 5 million customers. doTERRA, meaning “Gift of the Earth,” sets the standard for essential oils by providing to its customers the most tested and most trusted oils, and having developed the expertise and commitment required to derive these unique oils directly from the best sources in the world.

doTERRA Co-Impact Sourcing® provides local growers and distillers fair compensation for their efforts, creating stronger local economies and a healthier, stable supply chain. In addition to a premium line of single-plant extracts and proprietary essential oil blends, the company offers oil-infused personal care and spa products, dietary supplements and healthy living products for the home. For more information, visit doTerra.com

Comments (2)

  1. Which is best really depends on what you want to do with your business.
    If you’re a dyed-in-the-wool network marketer, the doTerra compensation plan is probably the best in the industry, as it incentivises leaders to build deep by paying higher commissions at the lower levels where the greater width will be. Put simply, they pay the ‘least on the least’ (the top levels) and the ‘most on the most’ (the bottom levels).
    On the other hand, if all you want to do is share the product with family and friends or retail the products as an affiliate through your online shop rather than build a network of Distributors, the doTerra comp plan does not favour that. With doTerra, the Distributor gets 25% commissions on RETAIL customers which is ongoing. However, when they offer their Customers Wholesale membership for best value they get penalized, as the commissions drop to 20% and only continue at this level for 3 months, after which they are miniscule.
    The Young Living compensation plan is more conventionally in line with the rest of the industry. Commission are highest on your front line and graduate downwards with depth in your downline.
    Hard core network marketers may therefore favour doTerra whereas customer gatherers and small time sharers may be better off with Young Living.

  2. I made a slight error in my original comment. The 20% commissions doTerra pays it’s Distributors on Wholesale Customer purchases drops after 60 days, not 3 months. Apologies for the error.

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