A Do You Bake MLM Review – Is The Company Legit Or Is The Compensation Plan A Scam?

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Company: Do You Bake

Website: http://shop.doyoubake.com/

If you consider yourself an MLMer, you are always looking for the next best business so that you can take advantage of a great way to earn money.

You may have came across my review article because you heard about Do You Bake and wanted to know more about the company.

You are in luck because I provide in depth and honest review on MLMs so that you can get a head start on your search.

All of the information here is presented in an objective manner and collected from testimonies of people that have tried the business out or from their own website.

I admit that there is a matter of opinion in some sections but I call it like I see it.

If you can make money, I will say so…

If you will have a tough time making money, I will show you why!!!

I hope that you enjoy the article and wish you the best of luck in your search for a MLM that fits your needs.

Without further Ado, Do You Bake!!!

You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.

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A Do You Bake Overview

According to other reviews, Do You Bake? launched in early 2010 but on their official website, it says that they opened their doors in 2012.

Either way, Jenn Williams started the company and it was a struggle at first.

A few years later, Jenn finally got the breakthrough she had been working so hard for.

They began to package their food and created the direct market their dry mixes.

Apparently they were a big hit because their success didn’t stop there.

Later that year the website was created which opened up more markets.

More products were being created and they now had a way to market them so that they could taste test.

Do You Bake also started making catalogs which was helpful.

In 2014 a new website was launched and they made several upgrades to the entire operation.

Finally, in 2015, a sister company was launched called Crave It which focused on nutrition and easy to cook meals that were healthier.

You know, the meals with no additives and preservatives…that kind of thing.

In 2016 Jenn focused on a strategy for growth. Jenn began to exercise and shared her experience of combining good food and working out.

The company now has well over 200 products and that number is still going up. Ok, for starters there is a lot of good news just from the overview section.

Lots of product means more ways for you to make money. Also, in a short 6 years, the company has become increasingly popular.

This also means that if you can find a way to recruit affiliates and move some product, you can make some pretty good cash.

Next we will look at some of the products and the compensation plan to see if Do You Bake is worth your time and money.

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Plan To Get Paid…Or Not

Products

The first thing you notice when browsing their website is that there are so many recipe mixes and they also have a seasonal catalog. Here is a list of some of the products and their price points to give you an idea of what you are getting yourself into.

Beer Breads:

  • Classic Beer Bread – $6.95
  • Whole Wheat Flax Beer Bread – $7.25

Sugar Conscious: (No Sugar Added, Dairy Free)

  • Chocolate SmoothZ – No Sugar Added – $18.95
  • Tahitian Vanilla SmoothZ – No Sugar Added – $18.95

New Products (2016):

  • 4 Cheese Nacho Seasoning & dip – $8.95
  • Appies Up! Bundle – $30.00
  • Baked Pizza Pizazz – $5.50
  • Banana a la Foster Cake – $8.25

Ok, you get the idea, there are hundreds of recipes and there are at least 15 different categories to look through.

Long story short; the food looks really good but truth be told, I have never tried the products.

If I had to make a judgment call from the pictures alone, I would say give it a try.

However, that is not the purpose of this review. W

ill these products make you money?

Let’s find out by looking at the compensation plan.

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Compensation Plan

I am not a big fan of startup costs but Do You Bake’s buy in is only $35. This payment will allow you to become a consultant.

Then you have to sell at least $200 worth of product every quarter unless you can somehow manage to recruit 35 other affiliates.

If you recruit 35 people, the there is no quarterly minimum for you anymore. This bit of information is a bit hard to process.

Hear me out; the $200 in a quarter is the easy part but recruiting 35 people seems a bit overboard.

When was the last time you ended up recruiting 35 people to an MLM.

This figure would most likely take people well over a year to accomplish and that is being generous.

If you sell less than the $200 minimum, you receive 25% commission but if you go over $200, you get an additional 10% for a total of 35% commission.

You also get a DYB website which won’t cost you a dime.

Ok, now we are talking.

Free stuff is good and now you can generate sales online rather than simply relying on parties or events to make your commission.

The one downfall to the free website is that you make less commission from website sales.

You only earn 20% commission from online sales.

I think this is OK because the website is free and it seems like there is little to no upkeep in regards to the site.

You can also make up to 12% when you recruit teams, which has a 6 level payment system.

You also get access to a few starter kits which is nice.

The basic kit is just the bare necessities while the other kit is a super party kit with all the bells and whistles.

You can also provide promotional packages as well.

There is something called the Hostess Rewards Program. You make 10% on all sales during the event.

This may seem like a low payout but Do You Bake sends you a party package free of charge so all you have to do is host and make sales.

This includes recipes, catalogs and all other supplies to get you started.

Finally, there is a mentoring program which includes leadership development training.

This is always a good thing and as an MLMer you should always push for more personal development.

If you do choose to try out Do You Bake, take advantage of this program as soon as possible.

If you feel like you need to see some actual figures, go ahead and follow this link to the Do You Bake Compensation Plan.

There is an announcement on the website that a new plan is ready to roll out August 1, 2016 so there will be an update to the plan with a link provided so that you can see what’s new.

This may be good news for people looking to start with Do You Bake because there could be significant changes and more ways for you to make money.

I don’t want to set the expectations too high but it is nice to see an updated compensation plan coming soon!!!

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The Positives of Do You Bake

It is pretty evident that there are a lot of upsides to Do You Bake.

The company started from humble beginnings and they like to reward their affiliates.

With that being said, let’s look at some specific positives. I really like the fact that they are health conscious.

You may be asking, How does this translate to making me money?

Well, I’m glad you asked because if you provide a healthy product, people buy it.

It’s as simple as that.

You open yourself to many more markets with healthy products i.e. kids, vegans, vegetarians and people with special dietary needs.

Believe it or not, if you can find a niche in the market, you may just get the head start you were looking for.

The Negatives of Do You Bake

I usually don’t recommend MLMs that force you into a particular way of selling.

Other review that I read complained about the party selling aspect of the business.

Look, I get it, it can be embarrassing trying to sell to your friends or family.

It can also take a lot of your time and energy trying to coordinate an event. But, Do You Bake seems to have provided a bit of a remedy for this issue.

The website opens up a lot of doors and also give you another way to sell product.

The payout isn’t as lucrative but it is still better than only having one way of making money.

The Final Verdict

Overall, I think Do You Bake is a pretty good company.

There are very few complaints in regards to the products or compensation plan.

It is also nice that a company is willing to set their prices at a reasonable level.

It seems like the company is looking to the future and taking the time to make the right moves.

This can only mean making more money. On the downside, you still have to move a lot of product and become a recruitment beast.

This can spell doom for many MLMers because recruiting is a lost art.

I would recommend this company if you possess those traits already and if you don’t know how to recruit take advantage of the leadership training as soon as possible.

I hope you enjoyed the Do You Bake review.

If you have any information about the company or would like to add to the conversation, please fill out the form below and leave a comment.

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2 thoughts on “A Do You Bake MLM Review – Is The Company Legit Or Is The Compensation Plan A Scam?”

  1. I joined in the last week of November, and was deactivated at the end of February. You are deactivated, without personal notification, if you do not make the 25 PV goal. While, that’s understandable, you are also not given the money that you have earned after deactivation if it is less than $20. I had only been in for 3 months, and was deactivated without getting the little that I actually earned.

  2. These people are awful, They have been irresponsible, both in there shipping time and customer satisfaction, it’s been almost two weeks since i canceled my order with promise of my refund a week ago.

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