Home   |   Sitemap    |    Contact

Top Tips

    1. Set up an email address to help you collect orders in from working clients and those who share books amongst their family. Access your email address several times per day if possible to answer customer queries and take orders.
    2. Build rapport with your clients! Spend a couple of minutes learning about them and make careful notes afterwards, so you can remember to ask after their family members when you next see them etc....
    3. Buy cheap business cards or print your own cards to place with your brochures to save you hand printing your name and address every time
    4. Buy plastic sealable bags to place your catalogues in. That way you will be able to reuse your catalogues and they won't get ruined by the rain! Try Tesco or your local Pound shop, but make sure they are sealable.
    5. Don't just put catalogues through people's doors, try places such as hairdressers, beauticians, local pubs and other businesses. Try offering them a gift or a free product if they reach a certain order value!
    6. Stock up on cheap clearance items to give away as free gifts if a client reaches a certain order level
    7. Try a recommend a friend offer. If a customer recommends a friend who orders £x amount of goods, then give them a gift!
    8. Hold an Avon party for your family, friends and regular customers
    9. Have some of your customers on one campaign, and some on another campaign so you can use your books at least twice
    10. Check prices in your previous brochure when putting an order through as items may be cheaper in that campaign, you will save the difference!
    11. When taking orders give them a slip with Estimated Delivery Date and the amount due
    12. Don't take unguaranteed cheques, even from your best clients!

 

•    Home
•    About Avon
•    Useful Tips
•    Apply Now!

:: Latest Tips
           2009
Set up an email address to help you collect orders in from working clients and those who share books amongst their family..


www.BecomeAvonRepresentative.co.uk 2009 • Privacy Policy Terms Of Use

Web design and marketing by MarketingByWeb

Clicky Web Analytics