How to Make Money from Direct Selling

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Direct Selling is a growing business especially for women who wanted to have a part time income while caring for the family.

Businesses like Avon, Natasha, Mary Kay, Mark., Stella and Dot, Chloe and Isabel, Color By Amber, H20 at Home, Lulu Avenue gives a certain percent in every item you sell.

Furthermore, direct selling companies do the marketing for you. Sometimes, all you need to do is to give the catalogue of the month and let your customers order beauty items that they want.

It is a great way to make money, so here’s what it takes to make money in direct selling business:

Choose a product you trust

You cannot confidently sell a product that you don’t trust or use. So, make sure that you’ll go after the product that you can sell. Product experience and story sell. Most of the time, you are your products’ best example.

If they ask: have you tried this product? Make sure that you be able to say yes.

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Study your product

You cannot sell what you don’t know so next to a trusted product is your assignment to study the product you sell. Sales talk can come naturally if you know how to describe the product.

For example, if you are selling lipstick, be the beauty consultant. Study lipstick colors and how to match it to skin complexion so that you can be able to give advice in case your customer need it.

If you are into kitchen wares, you should also know what the customer really needs to prevent buyer’s remorse.

Develop positive attitude

Many people are attracted to direct selling because they are expecting for great returns. However, like other new businesses, it takes time.

High earners from direct selling said that attitude plays a great role to succeed in the business.

There are times that selling can be hard and you might find it difficult to get customers. The first few years may not give you enough income. These make new direct sellers discouraged.

If you are serious in making a fortune from this business, you need to invest few more years before hitting higher revenue.