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Avon Representative Selling Tips

Updated on August 7, 2017

Avon Selling Tips

In all my time of being an Avon Representative, I've picked up a lot of tips on finding more customers and making more sales. Some of them are simple and some of them are more involved, but I hope you'll find some tips on this hub for increasing your earnings as an avon consultant.

The first thing is that you need to have samples. Samples sell the products so they are not something that you can skimp on.

You'll also need brochures since this is your 'store'.

I'm not a huge fan of just 'tossing' brochures into yards as they can get wet and ruined or the dog might eat them - that's a waste of your money. You want to do something that will fit with your budget but still deliver the most customers.

Instead think about making your brochure's stand out. Door hanging is one way of getting your potential customers to open them, especially if you add a few goodies (samples, chocolates, beauty tips) along with the avon brochure.

Also writing a friendly note and sticking it to the front of the brochure can increase your customers as you've gone that extra effort. Just write one note and photocopy it however many times you need to.

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Make sure to promote your youravon.com website at every opportunity.
Make sure to promote your youravon.com website at every opportunity.

Advertising your YourAvon.com website

Hey Avon Representatives, are you looking for ways to increase customers to your youravon.com website? This hub will show you some of the ways that you can get more traffic and more sales to your site.

1. Obviously it goes without saying, but you should aim to put your youravon.com website address on everything you send out: your email signagure, on your avon brochures, on your business cards. The more places that you have it both on and off line the more chance you'll have of people buying through your website.

2. If your youravon.com website address is hard to remember for your customers or your name is difficult to spell then consider buying a domain name to use that forwards directly to your youravon.com website. Domain's usually cost around $10 for one year and could be worth doing as it will make you look more professional.

3. Start a blog and talk about your business and avon products (check with the rules on what you are and are not allowed to talk about) and then put your links through to your youravon.com website so you can get search engine traffic.

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    • htodd profile image

      htodd 

      6 years ago from United States

      Thanks for the great post..nice

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      samy 

      7 years ago

      my friend help me became a rep for avon but her team leader dont speak to her or connect with her how can we as reps do our own orders cause my clients are waiting since the 15march 2011 for their orders and they have paid already please help me

    • dusy7969 profile image

      dusy7969 

      7 years ago from San Diego, California

      The day will come when you can use something you read about here to have a beneficial impact. Then you'll be glad you took the time to learn more about Avon Representative Tips.

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      MONICA 

      7 years ago

      I HAVE A QUESTION .....HOW MANY DAYS BEFORE YOUR ORDER IS DONE U PUT IN YOUR BROCHURE DUE DATE ???

    • TroyM profile image

      TroyM 

      7 years ago

      Passing this along to a relative who's selling Avon, thanks!

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      How To Sell Avon 

      7 years ago

      Really nice Hub, I have been an Avon representative for the past 4 years. The information you have here is really good, keep up the good work

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      Michele 

      7 years ago

      Hi also would like any tips on how to find people to sign up as reps.

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      Michele 

      7 years ago

      Hi I been selling Avon for a little over two years any tips for getting customers to order off my website?

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      Joanne Francis 

      8 years ago

      I started selling Avon about a month ago. Thanks for the tips, it sure will help me.

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      AsiaL 

      8 years ago

      Love this post.

    • diekrabbe profile image

      diekrabbe 

      8 years ago

      Indeed, great hub!

    • seanorjohn profile image

      seanorjohn 

      8 years ago

      Thanks traceye, I think this will work for other catalogue sellers besides Avon. Great hub.

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      George Poe 

      8 years ago from United Kingdom

      That's really good info, thanks for sharing. Neil

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