The 4 Best MLM Companies for 2017 – Not What Your Grandma Would Recommend
There’s 5,500 people joining network marketing every day in America. It’s a great alternative to a dead-end job. Here’s The 4 Best MLM Companies for 2017.
More and more people are working from home because it provides more flexibility and freedom, you can work the hours you want to and there’s no income cap.
So, what are the best MLM companies for 2017?
I have some great companies for you and not the ordinary ones people usually mention, but some really nice to “first-to-market” companies and special “niche” companies.
Here’s number 4:
If you want to spice up your love life ladies and you want to share the excitement with your friends, Pure Romance is the business for you!
It is a home party company which specializes in sex toys, lubricants and other bedroom furnishings.
Founded in 1993, the company is actually rising up the charts of the “Top Direct Selling Companies in the World” over at businessforhome.org.
As of 2010, there were 70,000 consultants.
Pros: The products are amazing and there’s enough variety of products for every woman, including special shaving cream.
Cons: The start-up cost is $250-1000 dollars, not the best entry price for beginning network marketers.
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Alliance in Motion
I thought I would include Alliance in Motion because it has the most votes by the public over at BusinessForHome with 10,308 votes, but not only that, I want to include this company because it’s based out of the Philippines, which is the fastest growing country for MLM, with 31.3 percent growth and 1.0 Billion in sales based on data from MLMLeads.com.
It’s basically a “supermarket” of products ranging from teeth whitener to coffee. Distributors get their own storefront and earn a commission off the products they sell.
Pros: Straight forward marketplace with a variety of products.
Cons: Too many products.
Founded by already successful businessman, Bernard Chua, He set out to create a great tasting coffee and other products based with the mushroom called “Ganoderma.”
I personally buy Organo Gold on Amazon, I think the coffee tastes very smooth with no acidity, but I am not a distributor.
I love how the company believes in self-development and donates a portion of their profits to the Napoleon Hill Foundation.
Two of the members on the Oregano team are in the top 5 highest paid network marketers in the world.
Holton Buggs currently makes $1.2 Million a month and Shane Morand makes $1 Million a month.
Pros: Great product. Great leadership and training.
Cons: Distributor kits are expensive.
My Daily Choice
Founded by Josh Zwagil in January 2015. My Daily Choice offers a few interesting, cutting-edge products; one of them being a supplement that uses Micronized Spray Technology.
I’m super excited about this company because they just acquired Brain Abundance, which makes them an MLM powerhouse in my opinion.
Cons: Relatively new company.
Pros: You get several “landing pages” and your own corporate website upon upgrading.
There’s top-notch video training in the “back office” by Todd Falcone, a 27 year veteran in the MLM industry.
You also can buy fresh, interviewed MLM Leads right in the back office, which I’ve never seen before.
The entry price is great for anyone who has a desire to earn money from home, and you can earn up to 30% off of anyone’s monthly compensation that you personally sponsor.
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Erik Christian Johnson is a Entrepreneur, writer, full-time Network Marketer and Blogger. He shares tips on various topics including: Alcoholism, Anxiety, Network Marketing tips and how to work full time from Home. He is also the #1 recruiter in his primary business. His blog is summed up as being: "edgy personal development with a twist of financial freedom."
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