Joining my Team also makes you part of the Summit Group - which is a large database of resources and selling tips and tricks! They also have cute promotional items such as this link below!
Starting a home-based business doesn't always need a lot of start up
may not start bringing in tons of $$$$$ right away. Remember, starting
up takes quite a bit of time and energy and you need to set boundaries
for yourself too or you run the risk of working 24/7! Keeping on top of
marketing, industry trends, new products will be one of your main
priorities along with maintaining customer service. Always be alert to
new idea/opportunities and watch market trends....if you see a void -
There are many other businesses to join which you can sell from home, so what you have to ask yourself is this:
1. How much (if any) is the start up cost?
2. Are there monthly minimum buying requirements? What other products do you need to buy to run this business?
3. What is the pay structure, how often do you get paid, what is the
earning potential (don't believe that "unlimitled earnings crap!" Be
4. Do you like the product? Do you get a discount? Does it make sense to join the company just to get the product for yourself?
5. What do you have as in individual, that will help you succeed?
6. Are there good resources to learn more and how tight is the competition?
I started selling Watkins and Partylite -
mainly because I like the product and getting the stuff at 25 - 50% off
was worth signing up for me! Partylite was a one-time fee - expensive,
but one time only. Watkins is $39.95/year. No monthly requirements on
either side. I started going to community events and advertising, plus
using my web experience to provide a community web page for other
home-business owners, alongside my other websites. My business, as a
result is increasing, my exposure is rising and I'm quite searchable on
google now - which is great! I'm using the Watkins and Partylite to
build a customer base and make some extra money. Soon, when the
websites are all in place with customer loyalty, I will launch the
home-based business and already have a huge database of potential
Something like Watkins, for me, is the perfect way to go. Mainly
because I love the products, and use them throughout my home instead of
chemical crap found in stores! The cost is comparable to store prices
so it makes sense! Watkins is quite well known and can be sold in Canada and U.S, and many people order
from me now that they know where I am. What's even better is people
order direct themselves often and I get commission just the same. So
the money does come in, I get product I like and get to promote
something I believe in. Just remember - there are no "get rich quick"
ideas that really work! You'll always hear the "earnings are limitless"
and "retire early", but you have to be realistic! There is no cap on
earnings, true, but you won't likely become a Billionaire by selling
these products. But yes, if you get a good base of customers who order
from you, it's some good extra money and many people do sell Watkins as
their primary job.
The sites I've created, if you are interested in checking them out for ideas down the road:
http://www.expressionsbytamara.ca (and .com) General Site
http://www.airdrieinfo.ca (and .com) Community Based Site - free for others in community to advertise
http://www.airdrieinformation.ca (and .com) Direct Watkins
info for those interested in joining my team and getting listed on my
Blogging is a good way to advertise (for free), and so far my favorite one to use is WordPress.com.
Easy to use, many designs to choose from and you can get listed on google quite easily!
Takes a little time to get all these up and running (and believe they
are still being revised daily!) but once you've got them up and done,
it's easy to maintain!
Good luck in your ventures and remember, whatever business venture you
choose- keep your eyes open for the other opportunities which are bound
to present themselves too!