The Top 10 MLM Companies Of 2019 - Not The Same Old List

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In 2019, MLMs will be about making customers healthier and improving their overall wellbeing while giving salespeople the chance to set their own hours and work upwards towards bigger and bigger bonuses. The below MLM companies are top in class and will only grow as the year progresses. 

10. Vasayo 

If you’ve ever popped a vitamin and been doubtful of its effects, Vasayo is a company you might connect with. Using Advanced Delivery Technology, Vasayo claims that carrier agents and additives in mainstream nutritional supplements prevent the body from actually absorbing the micronutrients that you’re trying to take in. This company claims to eliminate these inhibitors, offering capsules to deliver blends of micronutrients targeted towards different health issues, like poor sleep or weight management. Founded in 2016 by seasoned husband and wife team Dallin and Karree Laresen, Vasayo has a pretty standard MLM structure - the more you sell, the higher you rank. They offer landmark trips like cruises to their top members, and bonuses along the way based on how much you sell. 

9. Total Life Changes 

Another company that specializes in health and wellness is Total Life Changes (TLC). Rebranded in 2012 and originally founded by Jack Fellon, TLC products are grouped into three main categories: Nutritional, Skin Care and lso Cafe. Their bestseller is a “revolutionary” detox tea made of herbs. The products, like Iaso coffee powered by mushrooms and charcoal-activated toothpaste, feel accessible and have great reviews on Amazon. TLC has been growing for years and will likely continue its upward trajectory due to the exploding wellness market. When you join the team, the company sets you up with your own website and you keep 50% of every sale in commissions. The more people you bring on board, the more bonuses you’re eligible for. Eventually, TLC might even reward you with a car - it’s rumored to be a Mercedes. 

8. Senegence 

SeneGence is best known for its LipSense lipstick, which has ridden the Kylie Jenner wave (aka full, poofy, can’t-believe-they’re-not-surgical lips). Founded by Joni Rogers-Kante, a “single mother with a business plan” in 1995, this company offers a great discount for sellers as well as a 50% commission on sales. The downside here is that you need to invest a fair amount to get going - after the $55 buy-in you’ve got kits to buy so that prospective customers can sample your goods. The lipstick is reported to live up the the hype though - it’s semi-permanent and lasts all day long. If you’re into beauty trends and are social media savvy, this product is super relevant and won’t be going anywhere soon. ante began in 1995 

7. Dagcoin 

Dagcoin markets itself as “The Most Usable Cryptocurrency in the Universe.” While extraterrestrials may beg to differ, dagcoin’s claim to fame is being faster than bitcoin, and easier for the layman to use. Founded by infamous Estonia-based European investor Nils Grossberg, the currency is only a couple of years old and is based around the idea that the more you invest, the more you earn (eg: if you invest $12,500 you’ll receive in 17,500 dagcoins). While Dagcoin doesn’t actually sell products to customers, its mission is to make cryptocurrency available to everyone, which is a noble enough cause and worth looking into. Plus, you’ll get a 10% commission for every friend who invests. 

6. Modere 

Originally founded in 1987 but relaunched in 2015 as Modere, this MLM company is all about eco-friendly products for health and home. Modere calls its representatives “social marketers” and the selling structure is heavy on the bonuses, but you do get commission for selling product and encouraging other social marketers and business bloggers to join. The branding is very strong and the product has some serious hype, especially the 3-pillar weight loss plan. They have a panel of “leading scientists, board-certified physicians and industry experts” who endorse their stuff.” As a competitive player in the wellness industry, Modere is definitely worth considering if you’re passionate about sustainable health products. 

5. doTterra 

Perhaps the best known MLM on this list, doTerra has benefited from the natural healthcare trend that’s swelled in the last decade. Founded in 2008 by David Sterling and some of his peers, all veterans in the holistic health industry, doTerra made 5 million dollars in the first 5 years and has only continued to grow. They sell essential oils, and wellness products infused with those oils, like deodorant and shampoo. If you become a salesperson for them, you’ll get discounts on the products and you make a moderate amount on commissions. To find success with doTerra, you’d be smart to immerse yourself in a community of people who are into the whole homeopathic thing, so that you can secure your position as their (essential oil) dealer. 

4. Young Living 

Young living is another essential oils company that wants to help people harness the power of essential oils to live happier, healthier lives. The founder, Gary Young, got into essential oils back in 1993 on his organic herb farm. Today, it’s structured so that Young Living “Business Builders” can receive commission on the product they sell, with opportunities for “experiences” and special recognition along the way. Young Living also has a list of semi-famous brand ambassadors like Tia Mowry and Alexa PenaVega, who give this company a high-profile edge. 

3. Valentus 

Known for its super coffee that promises weight loss, called SLIMRoast, Valentus was founded by Dave Jordan in 2014. The MLM structure here is pretty standard: 25% commission, paid weekly, and bonuses as you move up the sales ranks. These products are for the customer that wants to be super-human; valentus stands for “prevail,” and everything they sell promises a more resilient body. In addition to the coffee, they sell a keto creamer (the keto diet is very hot right now), immune-boosting supplements, and vials of energy called PrevalMAX. Valentus is the company for health junkies who are constantly on the lookout for the next super potion. 

2. New U Life 

New U Life is an MLM company that offers anti-aging products made with one key ingredient: a homeopathic human growth hormone. Consultants for New U Life should be focused on customers in the 35+ age range, because the SOMADERM gel promises to bring your growth hormone level back to what it was in your 20s. Alex Goldstein, who founded the company in 2017, is a homeopath/naturalist who has worked in the natural foods business for 25 years. Retail commission is paid weekly and bonuses are placed as milestones along the way, so if you know enough people who are scared of getting old (let’s face it, we all are) you should have plenty of potential customers. 

1. My Daily Choice / Hempworx 

If there’s one trend that is guaranteed to blow up in 2019, it’s CBD oil. My Daily Choice founder Josh Zwagil, who went into business in 2015, knows it. This MLM has two product lines: My Daily Choice, which offers sprays to promote general well-being, and Hempworx, CDB-infused oils for humans and CBD treats for dogs. There’s a whopping 30% to 50% commission offered for Affiliates who start repping these goods, and lots of opportunities to get bonuses as you sell more. My Daily Choice claims to be one of the most efficient network marketing companies out there, eliminating “90% of the traditional overhead expenses” so that their affiliates can put more cash in the bank. 

Thanks for reading! 
Sincerely, 
Erik Christian Johnson 

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