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Sales is a numbers game. If you follow my methods, you WILL be successful. Don’t give up after you’ve put in the work. Stick around to see your results. Develop your unique hashtag and use it. Use your quiet marketing tools (brochures, samples, post comments on other blogs that are genuine) to stay visible even when you’re not selling much. Your AVON recruiting link is your best friend. Avon follows up on anyone who began to join your team but did not complete the form.
In the middle of the slow sales slump, don’t forget to keep buying the products you use and love from AVON. You will need these when you’re ready to start blogging again. Personal sales are indeed commission and always discounted. Enjoy your AVON perks to the fullest, even insurance.
The best way to demo a good thing is to give away a good thing! I don’t know a soul who would turn down free AVON samples. In an AVON selling slump, give samples to your niche. Create a few sample packs and always keep them with you when you’re going out to eat and running errands. They’re great for quiet marketing.
When someone begins to fill out your AVON sign up form, even if they don’t finish, AVON keeps in contact with them with reminder emails and gentle nudges to complete their membership. Remember, even if someone only buys products for themselves as an AVON rep, if they sign under you, it is still commission.
Once we discuss your niche demographic, continue posting 10 comments per day with your niche in mind. It takes less than 10 minutes. At the end of 1 month, you will have connected with 300 people. This is a great way to grow out of your slump. Remember to be genuine. Everyone knows how to spot real from fake online in 2018.
Work hard to get your first AVON Rep on the team. This is a big accomplishment and a goal that many reps never see. Think outside of the box to find ways of connecting with others by being genuine and forthcoming about the opportunity to buy makeup and skincare products with a 24/7 discount. Find something you 2 have in common.