80 Avon Tips to grow your business

80 Avon Tips to Grow your Business

80 Tips to Grow your Business

80 Avon Tips to grow your business

  1. Whenever possible, give your product as a gift. I keep a little bit of stock of hand creams, bubble baths, mascaras and lip balms to give out as gifts. Avon shampoo, conditioner and hand soap are great house warming gifts and host gifts!
  2. Ask every single customer if they would like to join you in your business.
  3. Promote your business as a “family” business and give examples.
  4. Remember your customer’s children and spouse’s names
  5. Don’t be pushy; sincerely and honestly tell potential recruits why they would be good at this!
  6. Leave your old catalogs in public places with “Help Wanted” stickers
  7. If someone feels they are too busy because they are already employed outside the home, tell them they can be the “on-site” Representative for your company.
  8. BE EXCITED about what you do!
  9. Indirect method of asking “Do you know of anyone who might be interested…”
  10. Follow up within 24-48 hours.
  11. Keep information given simple and to the point.
  12. “Take away” method of asking… “I don’t know if this would be right for you, but this has been the best thing for me and my family…”
  13. Put business cards in all of your bills.
  14. Have a recruiting message on your answering machine.
  15. Laminate a kit flier to pass around at your parties.
  16. Put recruiting information in every hostess packet
  17. Send recruiting information out with every catalog
  18. Give recruiting information to every guest with their catalog and order form.
  19. Use and wear your products
  20. Ask guests at parties lots of questions about themselves to determine needs
  21. Collect 100 “no’s”!
  22. Ask for help from your Upline recruiter or District Manager
  23. Put your “story”of why you joined Avon in every catalog
  24. Talk about your business everywhere.
  25. Make a note of how you spend the profits from your business and mention it at parties
  26. Put a “sale” sticker on everything in your catalog that you have now to sell
  27. Send postcards to potential recruits from company sponsored events like conventions and trips!
  28. Tell them To start selling Avon only cost $15—earn up to 50%
  29. Ride with your Upline or manager to learn how to appoint new Reps
  30. Share the opportunity with 5 to 10 people every day
  31. Have lots of recruiting information on hand.
  32. Make up 50 recruiting packets and put them on your desk as a visual … think how many new team members you will have as that pile shrinks.
  33. Keep a recruiting notebook of everyone you’ve talked to about the business with their name address phone and email.
  34. Follow up, follow up, follow up!
  35. The next time you receive a call from a telemarketer, ask them if they like their job and then tell them about yours (worse case, they’ll hang up on you!!!)
  36. Put your catalog in baby changing stations.
  37. Leave your business card in lockers at the gym or pool.
  38. At least once a year call through your entire customer base
  39. Anytime anyone calls you (about your business), be sure to say… “before I let you go, I’m looking for people to join me in this business, do you know of anyone who might like more information about doing what I do?”
  40. Encourage people at parties to ask questions about what you do.
  41. Declare a monthly recruiting goal, and share that goal with your spouse.
  42.  Post your goal in several places around the house.
  43. Take your monthly goal, multiply by 10 and then number the lines of a spiral notebook accordingly. (example, if 4 a month is your goal, number 1-40 on individual lines). This is your Master List of new people to talk to each month about the business.
  44. Break your goal down to a daily level of activity (in the above example, you would need to ask 2 people to join you each day – Monday through Friday).
  45. Ask your hostess to help you look for potential recruits at her party.
  46. Let your hostess know anyone you recruit at her party would be on her team.
  47. Call up potential recruits and let them know they were on your mind & why.
  48. Don’t get discouraged.
  49. Remember, you are sorting NOT convincing!
  50. Tell people to put your business card in their wallet and if their wallet is ever empty, to give you a call!
  51. Make sure that friends and relatives are on the lookout for people who might join you in the business.
  52. Make sure friends and relatives know what it is that you do!
  53. Book and hold lots of Avon parties!
  54. Display “Help Wanted” signs at your Avon parties
  55. Ask top recruiters in your company to share their best tip
  56. Play lively upbeat music on your way to your parties
  57. Make a goal to pass out information to at least 2 people at every Avon party you do or that you attend.
  58. Mention recruiting in non-direct ways at your parties by story telling (my kids love that I can go on field trips with them because my hours are so flexible!)
  59. Ask your hostess to think of every pregnant person and every teacher she knows
  60. Don’t prejudge!
  61. When talking with someone you don’t know, ask them what they do (they’ll ask you back!)
  62. Have a great 10 second commercial about what you do!
  63. Talk about the great tax benefits that you are able to take advantage of because you have a home business.
  64. Think about WHY you joined and WHY you LOVE what you do!
  65. Ask neighbors to “test” products for you.
  66. Listen, listen, listen to what people say at parties and when mingling in crowds. You never know what you might hear!
  67. IF I COULD SHOW YOU A WAY (“If I could show you a way that you could work from home and not have your children in daycare, would you be interested?”)
  68. ALPHABET SOUP! – Think of potential prospects by letters of the alphabet (who do you know who is an Accountant, Banker, Clerk) you get the picture!
  69. Have your Upline , District Manager or recruiter role play a recruiting appointment with you—Ask to ride with them so you can observe what they do.
  70. Have your District Manager or Upline recruiter listen in on your recruiting phone calls and critique your technique
  71. Observe a party given by a consultant who is a strong recruiter in your area
  72. Get as much training as you can on recruiting….it will help you stay focused!
  73. Critique yourself! After each recruiting phone call or appointment, journal what went well and what you’ll do differently next time. Learn from your mistakes!
  74. Work to cultivate a large POOL of potential recruits! That way you’re not focusing on the same people over and over again.
  75. FAYC (Forget about yourself completely)..when you are focused on what your business will do for others, you will NEVER feel like you are pushing; you’re giving a gift!
  76. Work on recruiting daily and it will become a habit, like brushing your teeth!
  77. Talk about “job testing” the business
  78. Don’t take “no’s” personally…you’re that much closer to a yes.
  79. Don’t forget to close after giving information…. “So, what do you think??”
  80. JUST DO IT!!!!

 

Whew! What a list! Use these tips and grow your business!

 

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My Opinion Counts!

Avon listens to their Representatives!

Avon listens to their Representatives!

My Opinion Counts!
Avon listens to their Representatives!

 

Have you worked for a company that values your opinion? Avon is always communicating with the representatives and eagerly awaiting our feedback. Avon cares about us representatives and are always looking for ways to better the Avon business and the representative experience!

I have received many invites from Avon to express my opinions on products and about the Avon business.

I received an email saying that Avon has selected me to give my views on some of Avon’s latest products! I also will be helping Avon to pick out some of the products that could appear in upcoming campaigns.

They state “As an Avon Representative, your opinion counts in determining what we offer you and your Customers.”

Isn’t Avon awesome?! They really value the opinions of the representatives! What other business does that?

The survey was a “game”.

The goal of the game is to guess what the average person would pay for a variety of styles and give them my thoughts on the styles.

After asking me some preliminary info such as age, ethnicity yrs as avon rep, etc, it was time to play the game!

I was shown a photo of an item and was asked to leave feedback about my views on the styles. There were about a dozen photos and this game was specifically about lingerie and under wear items including bras. Did you know Avon sells bras? At a great value too!

Along with the photo there was two different sliders. The first slider is to set price – what would they pay? What would the customer pay?

The second slider is to set sentiment – drag to the spot best represents how I feel about this item.

I LOVE working with a company that listens to my concerns and makes changes to suit us better. Fantastic!

Are you ready to get started with this GREAT company?

 

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Easy way to get Avon Customers

Easy way to get Avon Customers

Are you looking for an easy way to get Avon customers? Are you new to the Avon business and would like customers? Here’s a great idea!

Easy way to get Avon Customers

This wonderful idea and photo is from the wonderful Lisa Wilber!

This is a very simple and inexpensive way to promote your business and get local Avon customers. Carry around an Avon bag and write on it “Ask Me for an Avon Brochure!” This is definitely a conversation starter and help connect you with people that want Avon service!

It’s easy to chat with people when they first talk to you!

Carry this around with you when you’re grocery shopping, set it on the table when you’re dining at a restaurant and bring it

Ask them “When’s the last time you’ve seen an Avon brochure?”

 

Your bag should contain:

  • Avon Brochures
  • Paper and Pen to get new customer’s information (name, phone number and email) to follow up
  • Samples
  • One product to demonstrate – a piece a of jewelry to show off or give them a squirt of the new hand cream!

Easy peasy! Grow your Avon business with customers!

 

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Do you want to sell Avon full time?

Do you want to make Avon your full-time business?

Theresa Paul walks you through what she did to work Avon into her life and leave her 9-5 job.

 

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Today in my Avon business

Today In My Avon Business

This is how I label my Avon brochures!
This is how I label my Avon brochures!

So, I placed my campaign 5 order while here in Vegas and received it in a day and a half! Super quick! As the delivery driver pulled up to our RV spot, I heard him moving heavy boxes from one side of the van to the other. I didn’t think much of it until he appeared from behind the van with 5 boxes of books on his hand truck! 5!? I didn’t order THAT many!

Well, I must have ordered that many. I received 330 books! We don’t have much room for them in the RV, so I really need to get to work and start handing out all these brochures.

First, I start by labeling all of the brochures. I use Avery mailing labels on the back of my books with my name, phone number, website and info on how to become a representative.

I also print a second label that I use on the back of the brochure that I call my “recruiting label”. This has a short blurb about selling Avon and info about starting your own business.

I’ve recently started adding a third label to my brochures but I place it on the front of the book. This label has info on how to connect with me on my website www.MakeupMavenJessica.com and on Facebook, facebook.com/MakeupMavenJessica and Twitter @MakeupMavenJess

Now, I’m off to find new customers and recruits!

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