If I say "MLM," what's the first thing that comes to your mind?
For many people it's "scam." Or maybe even "pyramid scheme."
But is that really the case?
Well honestly, in some cases the answer is yes.
Are all MLM's bad? Definitely not.
But you definitely want to do your research, because there are are more MLM programs that you should avoid than participate in.
As always, though, I'm here to help you out. So here's how it's goin' down:
Step 1: We list the top 132 network marketing companies by their revenue.
Step 2: We use Google Trends to identify the MLM's that are trending upwards.
Because the reality is, most MLM's tend to do this:
They rise up in popularity in the first 2-3 years, there's a lot of hype around them and then the hype begins to die down.
You want to join a MLM that's on the upward climb in popularity.
We did the research for you down below and ranked the top 11 MLM's that's trending upwards currently in 2021.
Then we'll discuss an alternative to the whole MLM thing that I fancy: the lead generation business which is currently my #1 recommendation to create passive income from home.
But first, let's take a look at the top 132 MLM companies ranked by their revenue, from lowest to highest.
Top 132 Network Marketing Companies Rankings by Revenue (Updated 01/14/2021)
|Rank||Company||2018 Revenue||Product||Year Founded||Country|
|132||Unicity International||$0.265 Billion||Health and Fitness||2001||USA/Utah|
|131||31Gifts||$0.516 Billion||Woman fashion||2003||USA/Ohio|
|130||Send Out Cards||$0.006 Billion||online cards||2003||USA/Utah|
|129||Zrii||$0.021 Billion||skincare and wellness products||2007||USA/Utah|
|128||Stampin Up||$0.124 Billion||handmade cards, papercrafting projects, memory keeping, and home décor.||1988||USA/Utah|
|127||Nucerity International||$0.035 Billion||Skincare products||2008||USA/Texas|
|126||Bode - Pro||$0.010 Billion||Nutrition products||2004||USA/NA|
|125||Shopping Sherlock||NA||e-commerce (products)||1992||Canada/latvia|
|124||Organo Gold||$0.214 Billion||Beverages, body care and personal care||2008||USA/Washington|
|123||Morinda||$0.225 Billion||skincare,oil products,cosmetics, beverages||1993||USA/Utah|
|122||Kyani||$0.100 Billion||Health care and Beauty||2007||USA/Idaho|
|120||Opulence Global(Global Wealth Trade)||NA||Health , Beauty and Fashion||2005||Canada/NA|
|119||Kang Ting||$0.348 Billion||Cosmetics||1998||China/NA|
|118||FM Group||$0.110 Billion||Fragrances, personal care, cosmetics, home goods, foods||2007||United Kingdom/London|
|117||bHip Global||$0.74 Billion||Health, personal care, skin care||2007||USA/Texas|
|116||ASEA||$0.070 Billion||skin care and health products||2007||USA/Utah|
|115||PartyLite||$0.273 Billion||party products||1973||USA /New England|
|114||Mistine||$0.407 Billion||cosmetic products||1998||Thailand/Bangkok|
|113||GNLD||$0.178 Billion||Health products/ nutrition products||1958||USA/California|
|112||Jewels by Park Lane||$0.150 Billion||Jewels||1955||USA/Schaumburg|
|111||DubLi Network||0.032 Billion||Travel, Shopping and Entertainment services||2003||USA/Florida|
|110||Kannaway||0.15 Billion||CBD supplements and hemp oil products||2014||USA/California|
|109||ForeverGreen||0.184 Billion||Health care products||1999||USA /Utah|
|108||Pampered Chef||0.20 Billion||kitchen tools, food products, and cookbooks||1980||USA/illinois|
|107||Cutco Cutlery||0.222 Billion||Home appliance||1949||USA/NewYork|
|106||Stella & Dot||0.300 Billion||skincare products||2003||USA/San francisco|
|105||Sisel International||0.34 Billion||Natural Health Supplements, personal care products, cosmetics, anti-aging Products, Safe and Effective Household Products||2006||USA,Switzerland(HQ)/Sarnen|
|104||For Days||0.38 Billion||Dietary supplements and Cosmetics||1997||Japan/Tokyo|
|103||Qnet||0.415 Billion||Energy, weight management, nutrition, personal care, home care, and fashion accessories||1998||Hong Kong/Kwun Tong District|
|102||Shaklee||0.84 Billion||Nutrition supplements, weight-management products, beauty products, and household products||1956||USA/California|
|101||Gano Excel||0.890 Billion||Herbal health care products||1995||Malaysia/unknown|
|100||Vision International People Group||$69.0 million||Health Care||1996||Cyprus|
|99||Shinsei||$69.4 million||Appliances, Home Decor||2004||Japan|
|98||Captain Tortue||$71 million||Clothing and Accessories||1993||Europe|
|97||Nefful||$75 million||Clothing and Accessories, Cosmetics, Personal Care||1973||USA|
|96||Jimon||$77 million||Coffee Instant, Energy Drink, Black Tea||1993||China|
|94||Total Life Changes||$88 million||health and wellness||1999||USA|
|93||Koyo-Sha||$91.8 million||Nutritional Supplements, Cosmetics, Personal Care||1926||Japan|
|92||Global Ventures Partners||$92.1 million||Nutrition, Weight-Loss, Home Care, Skincare||2012||USA|
|91||Vestige Marketing||$97 million||Cosmetics, Food and Beverage, Home Care, Personal Care, Wellness, Air Purifier||2004||India|
|90||Diana Co.||$98 million||Beauty, Lingerie, Wellness||1986||Japan|
|88||Golden Days||$103 million||Wellness, Personal Care, and Skincare||1994||China|
|87||Ideality||$115 million||Chinese Medicinal Tea||2013||China|
|86||New Image Group||$124 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Food and Beverage, Wellness||1984||Asia|
|85||FuXion Biotech||$135 million||Nutraceutical Products and Beverages||2006||South America|
|84||Naris Cosmetics||$144 million||Cosmetics, skincare||1932||Japan|
|83||World Global Network||$146 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Clothing and Accessories||2011||USA|
|82||ARIIX||$151 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Food and Beverage, Wellness||1979||USA|
|81||Marketing Personal||$153 million||Clothing and Accessories, Cosmetics, Personal Care, Home Decor, Kitchenware and Appliances||NA||NA|
|80||Giffarine Skyline Unity||$154.0 million||Cosmetics, Food and Beverage, Home care, Personal Care, Wellness||1996||Thailand|
|78||Kasly Ju||$154.4 million||Healthcare Products, Functional Foods, and Health Management||1994||China|
|78||Longrich||$154.4 million||Health and Wellness||1991||China|
|77||Seacret||$161 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care||USA||USA|
|76||Youngevity||$163 million||Clothing and Accessories, Cosmetics, Personal Care, Food and Beverage, Home Decor, Kitchenware and Appliances, Home Care, Services, Wellness||1997||USA|
|75||BearCere’ Ju||$170 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Health and Wellness||1987||Japan|
|74||Charle||$173 million||Clothing and Accessories, Cosmetics||1997||USA|
|73||Mannatech||$180 million||Health and Wellness, Skincare, Home Living, Weight and Fitness||1994||USA|
|72||Princess House||$195 million||Food & Beverage, Home Decor, Kitchenware and Appliances, Wellness||1963||USA|
|71||Alphay International||$200 million||Cellular, Health, Coffe||2002||USA|
|70||Pure Romance||$203 million||Relationship Enhancement||1993||USA|
|68||LifeVantage||$207 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Wellness||2007||USA|
|67||Southwestern Advantage||$218 million||Leisure and Educational||1855||USA|
|66||CUTCO||$222.0 million||Appliances, Home Decor, Kitchenware||1949||USA|
|65||Take Shape For Life||$222.4 million||Health and Fitness||1980||USA|
|64||KK Assuran||$229 million||Beauty, Cosmetics, Skincare||1994||Japan|
|63||Resgreen||$232 million||Energy & Utility Services||2003||China|
|62||Hy Cite Enterprises||$233 million||Appliances, Home Decor, Kitchenware||1959||USA|
|61||Noevir||$249 million||Skin Care, Body Care, Nutritional Supplements, Cosmetics||1964||Japan|
|60||Pro-Health||$257 million||Health and Wellness||2007||China|
|59||Viridian +||$263 million||Electric and Natural Gas||2009||USA|
|58||Family Heritage Life||$265 million||Insurance Services||1989||USA|
|57||Menard Cosmetics||$267 million||Cosmetics, Skincare, Body Care, Fragrances||1959||Japan|
|56||Merro||$283 million||Chemical Medicine, Biological Medicine, Chinese Traditional Medicine, and Herbal Medicine||2014||China|
|55||LR Health & Beauty Systems GmbH||$286 million||Health and Beauty||1985||Germany|
|54||NHT Global||$288 million||Cosmetics, Home care, Personal Care, Wellness||2001||USA|
|53||Naturally Plus||$300 million||Cosmetics, Food and Beverage, Personal Care, Wellness||1999||Japan|
|52||AnRan||$321 million||Professional Security Cameras Systems||2007||China|
|51||4Life Research||$328 million||Wellness||1998||USA|
|50||Nature’s Sunshine||$341 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Wellness||1972||USA|
|49||KangLi||$348 million||Professional Grade Household Supplies||1996||China|
|48||Faberlic||$356 million||Clothing and Accessories, Cosmetics, Home care, Home decor, Kitchenware, Personal Care, Wellness||1997||Russia|
|47||Fordays||$365 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care||1997||Japan|
|46||YOFOTO||$375.92 million||Food, Health and Wellness||2004||China|
|45||Omnilife||$375.93 million||Nutrition and Wellness||1992||Mexico|
|44||Le-Vel||$449 million||Health and Wellness||2012||USA|
|43||LegalShield||$450 million||Legal Advices||1972||USA|
|42||Scentsy||$456 million||Appliances, Cosmetics, Home Decor, Kitchenware, Personal Care||2004||USA|
|41||PM International||$460 million||Health, Beauty, Wellness||1993||Germany|
|40||Rolmex||$515 million||Nutritional Supplement, Cosmetics, Kitchen wares, Cleaning products||2001||China|
|39||Plexus Worldwide||$532 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Wellness||1992||USA|
|38||Arbonne||$541 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Wellness||1980||USA|
|37||AdvoCare||$586 million||Health, Nutrition & Wellness, and Dietary Supplements||1993||USA|
|36||Miki||$597 million||Cleaning, Nutrition, Skincare||1966||Japan|
|35||Yandi||$644 million||Nutrition and Cleaning products||1993||China|
|34||Team National||$659 million||Clothing and Accessories, Food and Beverage, Services, Wellness||1997||USA|
|33||It Works!||$686 million||Beauty, Wellness and Weight Loss||2001||USA|
|32||Tiens/Tianshi||$695 million||Dietary Supplements and Wellness items||1990||China|
|31||Stream||$735 million||Essential Services||2004||USA|
|30||A C N||$750 million||Energy & Utility Services||1993||USA|
|29||Market America||$798 million||Clothing and Accessories; Cosmetics, Personal Care, Food and Beverage, Home Decor & Kitchenware and Appliances, Home Care, Leisure/Educational, Services, Wellness||1992||USA|
|28||Team Beachbody||$863 million||Fitness and Weight Loss Supplements||1998||USA|
|27||Yanbal||$924.0 million||Cosmetics, Personal Care||1967||Peru|
|26||Isagenix||$924.3 million||Dietary Supplements and Wellness items||2002||USA|
|25||WorldVentures||$926.6 million||Leisure, Educational||2005||USA|
|24||DXN||$927.0 million||Appliances, Cosmetics, Food and Beverage, Health and Wellness, Home Care, Home Decor||1995||Malaysia|
|23||SUN HOPE||$940 million||Health, Skincare, Household, and Personal Cleaning Products with a focus on Preventative Medicine||2003||Malaysia|
|22||Young Living||$1.00 billion||Cosmetics, Food and Beverage, Home Care, Personal Care, Wellness||1993||USA|
|21||Pola||$1.004 billion||Cosmetics, Skincare, Personal Care, Nutrition||1929||Japan|
|20||USANA||$1.01 billion||Cosmetics, Food and Beverage, Personal Care, Wellness||1992||USA|
|18||Belcorp||$1.09 billion||Cosmetics, Personal Care||1968||Peru|
|17||Telecom Plus||$1.12 billion||Communications and Energy Services||1998||UK|
|16||Ambit Energy ++||$1.2 billion||Electricity and Natural Gas Services||2006||USA|
|16||New Era||$1.16 billion||Health Foods, Nutrition, Cosmetics||1995||China|
|15||Oriflame||$1.40 billion||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Wellness||1967||Luxemborg|
|14||Jeunesse||$1.41 billion||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Wellness||2009||USA|
|13||JoyMain||$1.49 billion||Healthcare Nutrition and Technology||2000||China|
|12||Primerica||$1.52 billion||Financial Services||1977||USA|
|11||Nu Skin||$2.208 billion||Cosmetics, Personal Care, Wellness||1984||USA|
|10||Tupperware||$2.210 billion||Beauty, Personal Care, Storage, Serving||1946||USA|
|9||Natura||$2.26 billion||Cosmetics, Personal Care||1969||Brazil|
|8||Quanjian||$2.89 billion||Teas, Foods, Skincare, and Cosmetics using Traditional Chinese Medicinal Traditions||2004||China|
|7||Perfect||$3.06 billion||Makeup and Accessories||1994||China|
|6||Infinitus||$3.41 billion||Skin Care, Cosmetics, Health Care||1992||China|
|5||Mary Kay||$3.50 billion||Skincare & Cosmetics||1963||Germany|
|4||Vorwerk||$4.20 billion||Appliances, Clothing and Accessories, Cosmetics, Home decor, Kitchenware, Personal Care||1883||Germany|
|3||Herbalife||$4.50 billion||Cosmetics, Food and Beverage, Personal Care, Wellness||1980||USA|
|2||Avon||$5.70 billion||Health, Beauty, Clothing, Household, and Personal Care Products||1886||USA|
|1||Amway||$8.80 billion||Appliances, Cosmetics, Food and Beverage, Home care, Home decor, Kitchenware, Personal Care, Wellness||1959||USA|
How You Can Tell Which MLM is Ascending vs. Descending
If you're really in MLM to make money--which most people are, but believe it or not, there are some people out there who just want a hobby--you really want to capitalize on a company that's trending upwards.
I used Google.com/trends to look up every MLM before I even think about joining them.
It'll basically show you the search volume of the company name since 2004.
If it’s going up, that’s a clear indicator that it’s picking up steam, which is what you want.
Even if the results display a consistent level of search volume since 2004, that’s a good sign as well.
What you see a lot more often, though, is a sharp rise when the company first came into the market, then slow decline in popularity over the years.
I'm not 100% sure why that is, but I'd be willing to bet that it's an indicator of oversaturation.
But sometimes you can find companies that are still trending up. The below is what we're looking for.
A graph that goes up in the beginning and stays consistent (without dramatic downward trends) is also good, because that indicates that it’s enduring, which probably stems from selling great products.
You'll see some examples of consistency later in this article.
But watch out! Steer away from joining MLM companies with trends that display this . . .
I'm sure you're getting the hang of it by now and can figure out why.
I'll say it again: Research is key.
Choosing to join a MLM that's trending upwards can literally be the difference between success and failure.
You'll want to pick a reputable company with strong business policies that's backed by ethical leaders, and most important of all: one that provides products that sell themselves!
Products that actually deliver real value to the marketplace.
Last thing you want is a company that sells BS. Not just because of any ethical conflicts, but because if the FTC catches wind of things, they'll swoop in and shut the whole operation down after you put years of hard work into building your organization.
Okay, so who do we want, then?
Let's find out.
Top 11 Hottest Trending MLM that's on a Upward Tick
You would be shocked to find that so many MLM's are already over the hill and are at downward turn in popularity which you do not want to join if you're wanting to actually build a profitable MLM business.
We researched all the top revenue MLM companies and the following companies are ones that are still on the upward tick in popularity, these companies are great opportunities worth looking into.
Amway got started in 1959, still going strong with a large inventory of healthy & beauty products. They have everything from weight loss shakes, eye & lip care, laundry detergent, household cleaners, and more. Their compensation plan is strong with plenty of bonuses for recruiting new distributors. Google trends show steady popularity over the years with a slight up-take in recent years. Google estimated monthly search volume for "Amway" is at 1,830,000/mo.
As of 2021, Avon has been around for a whopping 135 years.
That's incredible. And company sticks around for that long unless they're providing something valuable to the market. As you can see by the Google Trends data above, this MLM is trending downwards in recent years. But I mean...they've been solid for over a century, so I'm really not worried about it.
How much do you make selling Avon? Well, you can look forward to making 25% for everything you sell. You can also look forward to a bonus of $20 for every $200 in each sales campaign. For every $1,000 cumulative sales, you'll earn a 10% bonus as well. You can also earn bonuses if you invite others to join the ranks and work with in the business.
If you think you might be into an MLM that's really withstood the test of time, Avon might be for you.
Herbalife Nutrition offers a number of ways that their "Independent Distributors" can participate in their program. They can (1) buy HN products at a discount for their own or household use (2) sell HN products to make a retail profit, or (3) recruit others who are interested in consuming or selling HN products. To enter into the program, you must buy a "conversion pack" for $59.95 and then complete the required distributor training.
After you completed that process, you can begin earning money selling their products at a discount, which starts at 25% and goes up to a maximum of 50% the more you sell. Since health and nutrition is a major focus these days, there will always be people looking out for healthy things to put into their bodies. If you have a passion for consumable health products such as this, you might find this MLM to be more "fun" than "work."
This one's for the ladies.
Like Avon, Mary Kay is another MLM that has weathered the decades pretty well. I'm pretty sure everyone's seen at least one of those pink Cadillacs in their lifetime, am I right?
The structure is also fairly similar to Avon's, in that you purchase Mary Kay products for half the retail price, and then try to sell them. You have the ability to decide the pricing--I would assume that most sell for half the retail price for obvious reasons--and you'll potentially earn a 50% profit.
Mary Kay's starter kit only costs $100, which is peanuts compared some other MLM startup kits (those things can get pricey.) If you want to be involved with a nationally recognized brand, and you have a network of people who trust you and might be interested in this products, this might be the MLM for you.
You know how Kleenex has somehow become the name for every tissue ever made?
Well I don't know about you, but when I was growing up, every plastic storage container in our house was called "Tupperware," no matter what brand it was.
Everybody knows Tupperware, and that will only work in your favor if you decide to sell this item. And they've got a LOT more products than the classic square with the rounded edges that my mom was always using for leftover rice. This is another brand that just ain't goin' nowhere, which provides a feeling of comfort and stability for anyone considering this MLM. You'll even notice that according to the Google Trends graph above, they've experienced an increase in popularity recently that you typically don't see in MLMs that have been in the game for this long.
Tupperware provides a virtual "kit" of digital tools to individuals who are looking to start their business. The best part is, it's priced at a modest $15. Can't beat that! I really like this because it shows that they're equipping their partners with the tools they need to keep up with the times.
Could this be why they're still going strong after 75 years?
Atomy was founded in 2009, its a MLM that offers Korean skincare & cosmetic products made out of all natural ingredients. They also have come out with dish detergent and some health supplements. There is a US headquarter in Washington. They also strive to make their products as affordable as possible, their motto: "Absolute Quality Absolute Price". They offer a strong multi-tier compensation plan like any other popular MLM's out there, the maximum is 35% commission over your total sales volume with all the bonuses. Atomy is gaining some serious popularity in recent years, if you like skincare & cosmetic products, I believe this is one of the best MLM's out there you can join. Google estimated monthly search volume for "Atomy" is at 135,000/mo.
Norwex was founded in 1994, their flagship product is an antimicrobial ultra-microfiber cloth that allows consumers to clean their homes without harmful chemicals. The motto is: "improve the quality of life by radically reducing chemicals in our homes." The compensation plan is rock solid at 35% which is amongst the best rates in all of MLM's. The prices are affordable from $5 to $112. Their popularity has been on the rise for a while now which is indicative of their strong product & marketing. They even offer a 2 year warranty which is really impressive. There's great reviews about their products so this is a definitely a solid MLM company with Monthly Google search volume for "Norwex" at 165,000/mo. Also, if you happen to be in San Franscisco, Bay Area and is looking for millwork, home remodelling and landscaping service. Feel free to check this site out.
They also have Identity Theft protection product as well at $14.95 per month. By recruiting others into LegalShield you earn some commission but the real money is made when you are able to sell LegalShield's prepaid legal services as their associate but you may need backround in legal matters to effectively pull this off. They even claim they'll provide leads to their associates even though as more associates have joined their company its not certain just how consistently you will get leads from them. In anycase if this niche tickles your fancy, LegalShield is definitely the best MLM out there in the law niche, also they're consistently rising in popuarity and Forbes voted them as 78 out of 100 best company in America. Google estimated monthly search volume for "LegalShield" is at 22,000/mo.
Plexus came into the scene hot in 2006 with a whole array of supplements & body creams to assist in nutrition, skin health, & weight loss. Their flagship product is the Plexus Slim which is a weight loss powder to be mixed with water that's designed to burn calories & fat, it does not contain any caffeine. Its also claimed to help with healthy cholesterol, lipid, and blood sugar levels. They have a solid compensation plan as well at 25% at first level, 15% and 10% at next 2 levels of recruits. Plexus has maintained steady popularity over the years and still going strong into 2021 with signs of showing slight uptick since 2016, their product is so easy to use and raved for its good taste that they have solid customer retention. Google estimated monthly search volume for "Plexus" is at 301,000/mo.
Modere entered the market in 2015 their products include health & wellness, collagen science, household products, and personal care products. Their products have been used for 25 years though since it is a relaunch of a MLM that was called Neways International. Solid commission at 10-20% from retail which isn't the highest but solid compensation plan for recruiting because you can earn down 8 levels at 3-5%. Their most popular product is their biocell collagen line and their weight management line. The Modere CellProof Serum is an anti-aging serum that is one of the primary attraction toward Modere. Modere has proven to show consistent rise in popularity since its launch in 2015, their products are definitely very interesting and so its a great MLM opportunity to consider. Google estimated monthly search volume for "Modere" is at 135,000/mo.
OPTAVIA is a weight loss MLM, their main product is the Medifast meals and shakes. The distributors are considered health coaches that not only sell the products but teach consumers & recruits to follow a specific keto diet plan of 5 meals per day. Physicians used to offer the OPTAVIA meals to patients for weight loss before the direct selling (MLM) marketing approach came into play. These meals are perfect for those that are busy and on the go, as you can easily carry a whole day worth of meals with you. Their popularity is clearly on the rise according to Google trends, with estimated monthly search volume for "OPTAVIA" being at 165,000/mo.
98% of People Who Sign Up to Join MLMs in 2021 Fail. Here's Why:
Did you know that MLM business model has a very high attrition date?
98%!!! That's the failure rate, not the success rate.
That means a lot of dreams will be dashed, bank accounts drained, and only the most vicious will rise to the top.
These numbers are bleak and should discourage people from signing up with the next hot ticket, but they still do!
The 98% bad news came from a report done by Consumer Awareness Institute's Jon M. Taylor, MBA, PhD for the Federal Trade Commission.
Why such a high failure rate?
Here's the top reasons why people fail at their MLM business:
The Top Reasons Why People Fail at their MLM Business:
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