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Want to increase your Avon sales and find more customers?

Avon Selling Secrets is a fun guide that includes the marketing strategies I personally used, that took me from starting with just two customers (me and my mother), to having hundreds of customers and large sales orders within a few short months.

I’ll show you what to do, what you’ll need, and what to say, to help build your business, and take it to the next level.

What you’ll find in this guide:

- Does tossing brochures really work? When you should, and shouldn't toss, and what customer return it really brings you.
- How to get customers to open your brochure. There are much better places to leave your brochure than the local doctor's office and I'll tell you where they are.
- The fast way to get 100+ potential customers names in one campaign.
- And the Number One technique that singlehandedly exploded my sales. I'll tell you step by step how to do it, what to say, and where to go so you too can increase your income (and profits).

This guide is written by an ex Avon Representative and includes the strategies used to increase her business and become a success.

Published: TE Publishing on
ISBN: 9781476173085
List price: $2.99
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