Spend Less Save More: Be your own Boss

It’s often hard to find  those typical 9to 5 jobs and for moms sometimes 9-5 simply won’t do; so if you’re looking for a convenient part-time flexible new job why not try some of these options.

Product sales-woman

Expand your social circle and earn a few bucks promoting and selling items in your community.

Pay: Differs from company to company but is generally commission-based.

Time commitment: Flexible; you can work as little or as much as you like, but results are often equivalent to the time you invest.

What you need to know: It might take time to build up a clientele in your area. Choose a product you believe in and that’s likely to appeal to potential customers. An outgoing personality and sales skills will help you get the word out.

Get started: Decide what type of products you would like to sell, and then search online for marketing companies that offer the items and information on how to join their team. Popular vendors include Jewels by Park Lane (jewelsbyparklane.com) and Avon skin care and home accessories, full discloser I have been an Avon representative for 8 years, no I can’t retire, but I make what I put into it in time staring with just $10.00 onetime fee you get training, a website to build your business and 40% off each of your first campaigns. Now what your earn is always up to you and you put in order when you can never any pressure and you can build your clients by simply adding your contact list to your email listing on your new website all you do is send e-vites inviting your friends and family to your grand opening online no fuss no receipts to deal with all orders made on line are shipped directly to your clients and the earning are direct deposited into your account.  For information on how to start your own Avon business click the Contact Me Page and send an email and I’ll send you information and a link to sign up online fast and simple and I’m always here to help if you need it. If you already have a blog, visit opensky.com, which connects bloggers with relevant products to sell on their sites selling your product is much faster. For more tips and savings or to contact me visit www.where2save.com


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