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Top 50 Network Marketing Companies Week 61

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Just updated today by Alexa.

Don’t see your company? Check the Top Start Ups here.
The Top 50 Network Marketing Companies are ranked by Internet popularity – number of visitors to the company websites averaged over 3 months.

For the Top Start-Ups (companies less than 5 years old and with highest Alexa rank), go here.

The numbers are compiled by Alexa.com, the most widely used tracking service for website rankings since 1996. Alexa ranks millions of websites. Rank 1 is the highest; Rank 10 million the lowest. Alexa updates weekly. This week, Yahoo.com is No. 1.

In the list of the Top 50 network marketing companies below, the Alexa rank appears to the right of each company. If a company has gone up or down in rank from the previous week, the change appears as a + or -. No change, no mark.

Next update: Probably mid July, 2008.

NOTE: This list includes companies that are top ranked, AND are 5 years old or more. Some companies have disappeared from this list, and are now on the Top Start-Ups list here because they’re less than 5 years old. If we missed one, Comment below, we’ll check into it.

NOTE 2: In most cases, when you click on one of these Top 50 companies, you will be taken to a page of an Independent Rep for that company. All such Reps are members of Network Marketing Central (NMC), a community of network marketers who believe in working together, and who subscribe to the “No promises. No Problems” mantra of NMC.

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  1. Avon 3,946
  2. Quixtar 10,236
  3. Ytb Travel 10,720
  4. Mary Kay 12,777
  5. Melaleuca 17,247
  6. Market America 20,058
  7. Usana 21,575
  8. Nu Skin Enterprises 27,000
  9. Pre-paid Legal 28,132
  10. Isagenix 30,703
  11. Arbonne International 32,248
  12. Take Shape for Life/Medifast 32,794
  13. Shaklee 35,958
  14. Tupperware 36,618 (+3)
  15. Herbalife 36,817 (-1)
  16. FreeLife International 37,415 (-1)
  17. Success University 38,212 (-1)
  18. A C N 41,208 (+1)
  19. Send Out Cards 41,396 (-1)
  20. ITV Ventures 44,130
  21. Trivita 45,036
  22. Pampered Chef 45,192
  23. VM Direct 51,140
  24. Forever Living 55,616 (+1)
  25. Primerica 56,346 (+1)
  26. Tahitian Noni 56,654 (-2)
  27. helloWorld 61,009
  28. AmeriPlan 65,735
  29. United First Financial 66,069
  30. Scent-Sations (Mia Bella Candles) 76,610
  31. Tastefully Simple 78,387 (+1)
  32. Xango 81,597 (-1)
  33. Amway 82,626
  34. Young Living 85,792 (+1)
  35. Vitamark International 88,870 (-1)
  36. 4Life Research, LLC 96,228
  37. Creative Memories 102,193 (+1)
  38. Ecoquest International 102,339 (-1)
  39. Longaberger 104,901 (+1)
  40. Healthy Pet Net 106,001 (-1)
  41. Unicity 109,038 (+1)
  42. Liberty League 109,639 (-1)
  43. Nature’s Sunshine 116,107
  44. Watkins 123,614
  45. Big Planet 138,332 (+1)
  46. Nikken 140,568 (-1)
  47. Sunrider 146,024
  48. Passion Parties 154,016
  49. Juice Plus 166,705 (+1)
  50. Neways 170,787 (-1)

Alexa rankings of our Network Marketing group are most impressive. Our Top 50 Network Marketing Companies are in the top 10% of Alexa’s first million sites.

Most of our Top 50 are also ranked 100,000 or better (remember lower numbers are better – it’s closer to #1.)

Alexa says that “Generally, Traffic Rankings of 100,000+ should be regarded as not reliable because the amount of data we receive is not statistically significant.

Conversely, the more traffic a site receives (the closer it gets to the number 1 position), the more reliable its Traffic Ranking becomes.” (emphasis added) Source: Alexa.com So we’re in the highest ranked group!

You can check your company ranking by going to alexa.com, and entering your company’s website address. If your company doesn’t appear in this list and you think it should, let us know by posting a friendly Comment, below.

Remember, in addition to the Alexa ranking, a company must also be 5 years old or more to be included here.

Learn about Alexa.com here. For a discussion of its limitations, see “I did a scary thing…”

NOTE: This list does not include affiliate programs. No enroller sites (although some slip in), no landing pages or distributor websites. No shopping discount programs if they are not really network marketing. We correct and update errors as we find them.

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