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Top 500 MLM Earners, Movers And Shakers List Updated

You can find the updated list of the Top MLM Earners and movers and shakers list here.

Here are some of the movers and shakers:

Aaron Rashkin , Agel, Alan Decker, Ambit Energy, Andrew Rinehart, Bert Jensen, Billy Florence, Blaine Williams, Bo & Sandy Short , Bob Schmidt, Brad Hagar, Brig Hart, Bryan Mataya, Carlos Marin, Casey Chavez, Chris Brady, Chuck Goetschel, Daniel Morel, Daniela Szasz, Daren Falter, Dave Gonzalez, Don Storms, Don Wilson, Doug Wead, Dubli, Edgar Jones, Efusjon, Eiro, Elite Profit Network, Empexis, Eniva, Eric Cloud, Euronet, Evan Kopelson, Exfuze, Frank Parrino, Genewize, Gerry & Sharon Betterman, Henry Martin, Herbalife, James Christiansen, Jeff Creamer, Jill Ward, Jim & Julie Harstad, Joe Max Moore, John Edwards, Joseph Gardner, Julie Booz, Julie Christner, Kangen, Ken & Doris Pittman, Lane Winsett, Larry Lantieri, Leonard & Paula Hall, Lisa and Raphael Garcia, Magnetic Sponsoring, Mannatech, Mark & Patty Middleton , Mark Yarnell, Melanie Rummel, Melealuca, Michael Prichard, Mike Azcue, Mike Hagen, Monavie, Noni, NSA, Oasis LifeScience, Omar Morel, Orrin Woodward, Oxyfresh, Paula Pritchard, PM-International, Pur3x , Quorum, Randy and Tara Schroeder, Randy Haugen, Raven K Starre, Reco & Shanee McDaniel, Rich Nicholson, Rick Hagar, Robby Fender, Robert Dean, Robin Van Der Merwe, Rodney Robards, Ronnie Kirkland, Rudy Deleon, Ruth Elliot, Scott Olsen, Sergio Carvallo, Steve Campbell, Steve Mitchell, Steve Thompson, Tara Wilson, Tim Feuling, Tim Marks, Tim Miller, Tina Malsom, Tom Alkazin, Tom Wood, Traverus, Univera Life Sciences, Vemma, Wayne Nugent, World Ventures, World Ventures, Xango, Xocai, Xowii, Yoli, Zrii.

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27 Responses to “Top 500 MLM Earners, Movers And Shakers List Updated”

  1. Anna says:

    This is nonsense. I enjoy your blog, but this post is worthless.

  2. Ty Tribble says:

    Heh. Worthless only if you consider attracting hundreds of visitors as a result of the names listed in the post, worthless. Nice post Dan. = )

  3. Anna says:

    I was under the impression this blog was about quality content…. Not Google search rank. Lame response Ty.

    How’s EIRO working out for you ?

  4. Ty Tribble says:

    Sorry, you don’t think a list of people who have moved Network Marketing companies (and a list of the companies they went to) is interesting. I suspect that many of our readers will find it fascinating. EIRO is smoking hot right now, thanks for asking.

  5. Rachel Henke says:

    Yep I find it interesting. I don’t think Randy Schroeder is a distributor anymore. He has a new role.

  6. Anna says:

    The list is in Alphabetical order….That means, “a list of people who have moved Network Marketing companies (and a list of the companies they went to)…”

    Maybe you guys need a good editor, because that is not the way the list reads.

    P.s. Bob Schmidt of Xango, died over a year ago… Check your sources.

  7. Ty Tribble says:

    Another thing a good blog post does is spawn conversation in the comments section. = )

  8. Anna says:

    You win this battle Ty.

    Since you said Eiro is “smoking hot right now” … It is interesting to note that Monavie and Eiro have come out with “Healthy” energy drinks. While clearly Verve has that market.

    Monavie’s is garbage against Verve, how does Eiro’s energy drink compare to Verve?

  9. Colin says:

    Well Anna both EIRO Energy and Verve are part of the 13 healthiest energy drinks list by austin fit magazine so I’d say their both great products!

  10. Anna says:

    Do you have a link for that?

  11. Anna says:

    Found it:

    Pretty weak source, I’d like to see a comparison before I make a decision….

  12. Ty Tribble says:

    I am working on an MLM Energy Drink Comparison Blog Post and expect to post in within 24 hours.

    EIRO is 25 calories, 10 carbs, no sugar, nothing artificial, no preservatives, no carbonation with an energy blend of Green Tea, Guarana, Ginseng and Gingko Biloba plus Vitamin C, B6, B12 and Niacin.

    Verve is 72 calories, 18 carbs, 18 grams of sugar, no artificial flavors, yes preservatives and yes carbonation with a blend of green tea, vitamins and minerals.

    The difference between the two outside of taste would be Verve has minerals while EIRO has Guarana, Ginseng and Gingko Biloba, Verve has preservatives and sugar, EIRO doesn’t.

    I have tried both products and I personally think that both taste good. It is likely a mater of what you want to accomplish. Minerals vs. Energy blend.

    The EIRO Energy drink is a great addition to our EIROfit weight loss system which is really what is making EIRO smoking hot.

  13. Anna says:

    Still tweeting out Nonsense.

  14. Steve says:

    Aren’t we really splitting hairs here? All of these drinks are good and each of them has their advantages and disadvantages, let’s agree on that. In addition, each company has it’s advantages and disadvantages too. But….documentation beats conversation all day long so if you are looking for the best long-term opportunity you have to go with MonaVie. You can argue all day long but the facts speak for themselves. And you can only speculate that Eiro, eFusjon, Verve or any other opportunity will come close to what MonaVie has done, but they will have to make it past 3 years first. The fact of the matter is that there will never be another Microsoft, or Coca-Cola, or Nike….and there will never be another MonaVie. Only 5 years old and just getting started!!

  15. Anna says:


    There is a mass exodus in Monavie, people are fleeing it like the Plague. Record Numbers dropping out, although it is not as bad as Xango or Zrii … The Products just don’t compare to the new things that are on the market…I.e. Vemma

    Also, this statement, “best long-term opportunity you have to go with MonaVie.” IS LAUGHABLE!

    You said it yourself, “…any other opportunity will come close to what MonaVie has done…” Exactly, Monavie is out of Momentum. Granted the company will live on, but the explosive growth is GONE.

    Based on your statements I’d put you at Less than 6 months in the MLM arena. Go educate yourself and come back and then we can talk like grown ups.

  16. Steve says:


    Perhaps you should do YOUR homework as there is NO mass exodus at MonaVie. Every uneducated, unprofessional MLM newbie uses that as an argument for joining their opportunity. As a matter of fact, the folks who are coming to MonaVie are much more significant than the FEW who are leaving.

    And if you read my statement again, what I said was that you can only SPECULATE that any company will come close to what MonaVie has accomplished….and speculating is certainly ALL you are doing. Again, MonaVie has set the footprint for the nutritional beverage industry, just like Nike in sports, Coke in beverages, and Microsoft in software.

    If you want a real lesson on the network marketing industry Anna, perhaps you’d enjoy the video below by MLM icon Randy Schroeder where he explains the evolution of the industry. What you seem to forget is that MonaVie’s explosive growth so far has occured in the U.S. ALONE… and we are only now moving into the international markets. For most MLMs that have been around for any length of time, their most significant growth came not in the early years, but several years in and once they expanded globally. The best years for MonaVie are still ahead Anna and Randy will explain why. So when you accomplish what Randy has accomplished in his career, perhaps I’ll give your comments more consideration.

    What you also need to realize Anna is that there is much more to MonaVie than just an INCREDIBLE product line (and more to come in January). Companies like Vemma don’t have the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Dallin Larsen. They don’t have The MORE Project. They don’t have Brig Hart, the #1 money earner in ALL of MLM. They don’t have 4 of the top 8 money earners in ALL of MLM. They don’t have an Indy car. And they certainly don’t have ALL of the wonderful product testimonies which drive MonaVie’s incredible sales. The product works Anna!

  17. Steve says:

    Looks like Randy disabled the link above. It was just a sneak preview.

  18. Steve says:


    First, seems likes your eyes are just as jaded as anyones. Second, that’s a really nice Vemma marketing piece. And third, none of that really matters does it? As I suggested, every product will have it’s strenghts and weaknesses. Big deal. All that really matters is that MonaVie is changing lives physically and financially and at a much faster pace than anyone else….and that’s why we are the fastest growing company in the US food & beverage industry. So you can flash your fancy “indpendent” comparisons around (MonaVie doesn’t need to do that) but in the end Vemma is still not MonaVie.

  19. Anna says:

    Thanks for the video link, I’ll check it out when I am done laughing at you…


    Tahitian Noni Juice WAS bigger than MonaVie will ever be…They went WAY up then down…MonaVie is on it’s way down…Sorry 🙁

    Incredible Product line, haha – It’s overpriced Juice! How can you say that with a straight face…???
    No Vitamins
    No Minerals
    No Aloe Vera
    No Decaf Green Tea
    No OPC’s

    NOW READ THIS #’s don’t Lie – >

    Vemma is real product of Quality and Substance, with true results.

    Good luck to you and your lies.

  20. Steve says:

    And I’m curious Anna, did you go to the Ken Stewart School of Internet Etiquette???

  21. Anna says:


    Not sure who Ken Stewart is, just stirring the pot.

  22. James Hannan says:

    Hey Ty
    this has got to have been one of the funniest things I have read in a long time.
    I did quite enjoy the list but the comments were amazing.
    Great way of getting people involved.
    Be well mate

  23. Renita Mason says:

    hey James I am with you, just tripping. I love the debating too on what juice is the best :).

  24. Kristian Hoenicke says:

    Old thread now but funny comments. Isn’t Mona Vie revenue declining this year along with their web traffic and overall interest?

  25. Ken Stewart says:

    Steve, didn’t know I had an “etiquette school!” Care to enlighten me as to just what you mean with your comment?


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