Kyani is a health MLM that focuses their products around the Alaska blueberry.
In terms of popularity, Kyani became more well-known in 2015 and 2016. Search engine traffic for Kyani was notably high during that timeframe, but looks to have peaked in spring of 2016.
Since then, the number of people searching for Kyani has declined by almost 50%, though the drop has not been precipitous.
Unlike many other MLM programs, the greatest level of interest in Kyani actually comes from outside of the United States. People in Australia and Eastern Europe seem more interested in Kyani than people in the United States.
The initial drop in search traffic might just be fading interest in the initial buzz about the product; sales could take off if its popularity spikes up after Kyani is more widely known.
The Kyani products tend to be overpriced compared to what you can get on the open market. On top of this, the compensation plan is extremely challenging to take advantage of, and even distributors who can sell a lot of products on a consistent basis tend to make very little money.
If you’re set on MLM, it’s not terrible, but probably not the best, either.
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