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Top MLM Ranking 2013 Reviewed By Empowered Ezine

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Many of the companies operating as an MLM ranking 2013's top ten are in the health and wellness niche. The trend of health related network marketing businesses dominating the MLM business model is not a new one. These companies were some of the first to start the network marketing model and many of the original MLMs continue to be popular up till today.

However, there has been a shift in how these companies operate. Whereas in the past most of the marketing was done on an individual basis, with the distributor doing a lot of leg work to find potential clients, now much of the selling is done online. While some might say that this takes the personal touch out of the business, the fact is that for many people, buying something online is much more convenient and less of an intrusion than having someone show up at their doorstep.

Products from any MLM ranking 2013's top positions are also quite well known and can often literally "sell themselves". For this reason, costly house parties or time consuming demonstrations are not as necessary as they were in the past. Though these strategies are still useful, many distributors for these health and wellness companies are making most of their sales and fulfilling most of their orders over the internet.

Setting up a website is the first step for this to be accomplished. Once this is done the distributor will have to focus on using the best online marketing strategies to drive traffic to the site. The distributor can use keyword research tools to find out what terms people are using to search for their products on search engines like Google and Bing. They can use this knowledge to write keyword targeted articles and product reviews.

If people find the content of the websites to be helpful, they are more likely to buy the product from that particular website. The MLM company will usually provide the distributor with affiliate links so that when a person comes to their website to buy something they will be ale to give the commission to the appropriate person.

Getting a page rank on Google can take some time and effort, but once this achieved the person does not need to work so hard to get new leads. Those who are already interested in the products will automatically find the website if it is optimized properly and most of the sales and ordering is automated so that technically the distributor can be making sales even when they are sleeping. Those interested in learning how to make this kind of passive income can get free training here.

Many of the top ranking MLM companies expected to be big in 2013 are those that are well established in the health and wellness industry and which offer both traditional direct marketing strategies by which to sell the products and also newer online methods that can help distributors to save time and money. This option is something that many people who are interested in joining an MLM in the coming year will be looking for. A full MLM Ranking 2013 review is available to help people find the best top ranking MLM opportunity for the new year.

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