Avon Brochure Request – Mailed to Your Home – Free Brochure by Mail


Avon Catalog by Mail

Avon Brochure Request – Would you like to receive a Current Avon Brochure mailed to your home? I send Avon Brochures to online customers who purchase Avon products through my personal website. All you have to do is place an order here (click the link) and you receive Avon Brochures over the next two months via mail. If you continue placing orders, you will continue to receive brochures in the mail. You may also complete the form below to have a free Avon Brochure mailed to your home. By entering your e-mail address, you’ll receive notification of online sales and special offers.

To view Avon brochure online, click here.

Watch "Avon Sales Tips for Campaigns 17-18, 2016" on YouTube

Sales tips for Avon representatives.

What are the hot picks for Campaigns 17 and 18? Watch this video and learn more! Now that you know, set a goal for yourself to sell X amount of the selected items. Having issues? Let your customers know that you’ve been challenged and then see who wants to help! 

Watch “Avon Sales Tips for Campaigns 17-18, 2016” on YouTube

Sales tips for Avon representatives.

What are the hot picks for Campaigns 17 and 18? Watch this video and learn more! Now that you know, set a goal for yourself to sell X amount of the selected items. Having issues? Let your customers know that you’ve been challenged and then see who wants to help! 

Tips for Shy Avon Representatives

If the thought of knocking on someone’s door or walking up to a random stranger for Avon scares the lights out of you, don’t worry! You’re not alone. The common misconception is that you have to be an outgoing, life-of-the-party, can-talk-to-the-wall type of person in order to be successful with Avon. It’s far from the truth! There is no right or wrong way to sell Avon unless you simply don’t sell Avon — but then, that’s just wrong.

How you market yourself depends on you. Do whatever you’re comfortable doing and if it makes you too uncomfortable, don’t do it. Every once in a while, you will have to step outside of your comfort zone in order to grow but remember to take baby steps until you’re ready. There is no deadline set that says you have to have a certain task accomplished by a certain date. This is your business. Grow it at your own pace. As you gain more experience and knowledge, your confidence will grow and eventually, you’ll have no problem approaching strangers about your Avon business.

Grow at your own pace and not just for your personal well-being but for the growth of your business as well. Many people can sense fear, self-doubt and any negative emotion. This can either play into your benefit of someone helping you because they feel sorry for you but often, you’ll run into people that are not eager to buy because they believe you lack confidence in your business, products and/or self. Many newer representatives are shy or timid when it comes to sharing the Avon opportunity or products due to fear of rejection or fear of not seeming knowledgeable.

So what can you do?

If you fear coming across as ill-prepared, there is Avon University which teaches how to grow your Avon business, grow sales, repeat customers, product knowledge and much more. Not only will you have an online university at your finger tips but you will also have the guidance and support of your District Sales Manager, your upline if you’re assigned and the help of Avon Customer Care and Product Hotline.

This leads us to the biggest fear: rejection. Fearing rejection makes anyone lose confidence at times. Let’s talk about how to boost that confidence so rejection can roll off your back like a drop of sweat. An instant confidence boost is people approaching you versus the other way around.

Try a form of passive-aggressive marketing in the form of self-promotion. You can do this by wearing Avon clothing and accessories from the Avon brochures. If someone compliments your perfume, makeup or outfit, tell them that it’s Avon then offer a brochure. Also, wear an Avon pin/button, name badge, pens, bag with the Avon logo, hat, t-shirt, etc. Items as such may be found or created online using Town & Country, VistaPrint, etc.

Get business cards and/or flyers. Leave a business card with your tip or whenever you pay a bill. This also counts when you mail in the bill — someone has to open it. Hang a brochure/flyer/business card on local bulletin boards.

If you have a car, try a window decal, sticker, magnets, suction cup hooks, or even window chalk. Put your name, AVON and contact information. Your car is now a moving advertisement. When sitting in the parking lot, people will notice and either approach for brochure or take one if you have the hook.

Have a house? Try a lawn sign or poster in the window.

Have inventory? Try a local flea/farmer’s market. People will approach your table or think about having an open house.

Have to deliver to existing customer? Make sure you deliver in an Avon bag so everyone else that may see it knows that you are the local Avon representative.

Already have customers? Ask for a referral. Tell customers that they can pass the brochure out to friends and family. Give great service and they’ll be eager to refer friends/family.

BoxFullOfLeads.com – this website offers lead boxes to leave at businesses and have customers/recruits place their contact information in the box for you to contact.

Have tons of brochures? Try tossing. Tossing is the act of throwing Avon brochures (100+) in neighborhoods (also called canvassing). Brochures are usually older and the return rate is about 1%. Toss brochures in driveway/porch. Try to cover books in event of rain or snow using a zip lock or Avon Clear Literature Bag.

Many businesses have an area to leave literature. Ask if you can do the same and leave a few Avon brochures or business cards.

Social media

Of course with social media, you don’t have to worry about anyone slamming the door in your face. They’ll simply ignore 🙂 If you’re on Facebook or LinkedIn, be sure to include Avon in your job title. Your friends/followers/connections will receive notification of your new title and will either congratulate, comment or “like.” Create a Facebook business page and invite all of your Facebook friends to “like” it. This will allow you to keep only those interested updated on new Avon news. Even look into having an online party.

E-mail all of your contacts to let them know about your new Avon business.

Be creative! Have fun! Remember, if someone approaches you and you share a brochure, always get the contact information to follow up. Inform the potential customer/recruit that you’ll simply follow up to see if they need anything or to remind them that your order goes in.

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8 Reasons Why You Should Be Uploading Videos to Facebook

8 Reasons Why You Should Be Uploading Your Videos to Facebook Versus Sharing Your Videos

As we know, the internet has completely revolutionized the way we conduct business. Almost all activities are connected to the internet. As such, many sales and marketing professionals continue to and have even increased their reliance on the internet. Companies are suggesting that sales staff create and share engaging content and that’s not all — they’re encouraging creating videos! Yes, gone are the days of the handful of professional Youtube vloggers. Everyone is now on Youtube but many are doing it all wrong. Small business owners and sales representatives are told to create content and then share, share, share! That is correct but many do not know the difference between uploading a video to Facebook versus sharing a video on Facebook.

Here are the 8 reasons why you should be uploading your video versus sharing your video on Facebook:

  1. No permanent landing spots. When a video is shared, the author of the post is simply copying the website URL and pasting it in their status. As s/he continues to update the status, the original post is pushed down the timeline. New visitors may not see it or even know that it exists.Uploading a video: permanent landing spot. When a video is uploaded, it’s very similar to uploading a picture/album on your personal Facebook page. Regardless of when someone views the profile, they can click on the link designated just for videos.
  2. Uploading a video: no redirects. Many viewers become skeptical if they have to bypass too many pages before reaching the final landing page. You don’t want to deter them by taking too long to get to the desired content.
  3. Uploading a video: ability to create a playlist. Facebook will automatically play all of the videos in your playlist. Even if a visitor was brought in by one video, s/he may watch multiple videos since it’s easily accessible.
  4. Uploading a video: ability to categorize and tag the video. If a viewer wants to see specific types of videos, they do not have to weed through all of your videos. They also know what your video will be about before viewing to avoid wasting time.
  5. Uploading a video: increased exposure through others. With your video being categorized and tagged, your video may be recommended after viewers watch similar videos; thus, increasing your reach to viewers who may not have known you even existed.
  6. Uploading a video: ability to create a call-to-action. Though you can create a call-to-action in the description listed with your video link, many viewers may overlook it. Their eyes are then glued to the center of the screen. They have no reason to look up unless they’re finished watching. The call-of-action at the end of the video keeps their eyes locked into the center of the screen and does not require that they go back to figure out what you’d like them to do. They can simply click on LEARN MORE, SHOP NOW, DONATE NOW, etc.
  7. Uploading a video: easier to follow. In the Facebook mobile application, there is a FOLLOW button in the right hand corner of the screen. On the Facebook website, instead of FOLLOW, it has the LIKE THIS PAGE link, which is essence the same. Going back to the benefit of no redirects, users do not have to click on a link to get to Youtube then login to subscribe to your channel or create an account if they don’t have one. It’s all conveniently located in one location.
  8. Uploading a video: direct link back to your page. The goal is to build brand recognition. If you post a link, there is a great probability that someone will simply copy and post your link in their status; thus, directing traffic to them. If the video is in your library, they have to share your video; thus, share your page (creating more traffic to your website).

Happy marketing!

Avon Coupon Codes 4/22/16 – 5/2/16

Check out these Avon Coupon Codes for 4/22/16 – 5/2/16. Codes cannot be combined and expire at midnight on the day listed. To redeem, go to www.youravon.com/chicagosnatalie. If you want more coupon codes, fill out the contact form below to be added to our list.To view online brochures, click here4.22-5.2