Your Questions About Discount Running Shoes Nyc

Sandra asks…

How old do you have to be to become an avon representative?

I sent a application form to be an avon rep, and got an email back yesterday saying that my details have been given to another representative, and they want to meet with me to discuss being one, but I dont know the age group, please help thanks :)

admin answers:

Personally, I would recommend becoming a mark. Rep instead of an Avon rep. But, with either company, you need to be 18 years old (or you can have a parent sign up for you and you sell under their name).

The differences between the two is pretty big. With mark, you don’t have any minimum sales requirements and you don’t have to place an order every campaign or anything like that. You literally sign up for $20 (and you get about $80 worth of product when you sign up) and you can NEVER use your account again and come back to it a year later and still be able to access your account and restart your business. You have a solid 30-35% discount (for life!). Also, with mark. You don’t have to pay to maintain your website (e-boutique). With Avon, you have to pay to keep the website running. The initial $20 fee for mark will set up your e-boutique for life for you and you never have to pay for it again.

With Avon, you sign up and must place an order every 4 campaigns I believe. If you don’t have any orders, you can no longer be a representative. Also, with Avon, the commission isn’t steady – it depends on how much you’re selling (maybe 20% if you sell $500 and 25% if you sell $1500…something like that). But with mark, you always have the 30% and can’t go lower than that.

With mark, you will get a starter kit of about $80 worth of product (it pays for itself)! You can sign up just to get a discount on make-up yourself….a LIFETIME discount, by the way! Or, you can actively sell and host parties. It’s completely up to you. There are no sales requirements, you will never be fined, and you will always have your discount. I’ve made a lot of money by having a few parties a year, but mainly by just promoting the products by wearing them (our accessories, clothing, etc. Attract compliments ALL the time!).

If you know me, I’ve earned several amazing opportunities through mark.:
- Paid internship in NYC
- All-inclusive trip to Las Vegas
- All-inclusive trip to the Sundance Film Festival 2010
- I became a mark. Mentor (I train & help reps in our region become superstars)…and I get paid to go to NYC and other amazing places a few times a year!
- A style consultation with Britt Bardo, a celebrity stylist
- A pair of CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTINS (umm…amazing $800 shoes…yes please!)

The opportunities are endless…whether you want a discount for yourself or want to win amazing dream trips, mark is about YOU.

If you want to sign up, go to www.meetmark.com/yes & enter referral code 146.
Email me with questions if you have any :)

Paul asks…

What are some other part-time consultant jobs?

I’m looking to help my husband with expenses by getting a part-time consultant job such as Mary Kay or Avon. What other options are there? I already have a couple friends who are do Mary Kay and don’t want to take away from their sales. Thanks

admin answers:

Personally, I would recommend becoming a mark. Rep instead of an Avon or Mary Kay rep.
Www.meetmark.com/yes & enter referral code 146.

The differences between the three is pretty big. With mark, you don’t have any minimum sales requirements and you don’t have to place an order every campaign or anything like that. You literally sign up for $20 (and you get about $80 worth of product when you sign up) and you can NEVER use your account again and come back to it a year later and still be able to access your account and restart your business. You have a solid 30-35% discount (for life!). Also, with mark. You don’t have to pay to maintain your website (e-boutique). With Avon & Mary Kay, you have to pay to keep the website running. The initial $20 fee for mark will set up your e-boutique for life for you and you never have to pay for it again. Mark also has MUCH more reasonable prices than Mary Kay, and they’re around the same as Avon, so people tend to buy more of our products because they get a lot more for their money.

Also, with mark. There are no downlines – you don’t have to worry about recruitment and other people’s sales – focus on you, your parties, your own selling. Plus, you will consistently make 30% of ALL your sales (and have your 30-35% discount for life).

With Avon, you sign up and must place an order every 4 campaigns I believe. If you don’t have any orders, you can no longer be a representative. Also, with Avon, the commission isn’t steady – it depends on how much you’re selling. But with mark, you always have the 30% and can’t go lower than that. With Mary Kay, the products are rather expensive and yes, it is a pyramid scheme. You tend to invest a lot upfront with MK before proceeding any income.

While all three companies have their benefits, mark is the least risky and the only company that isn’t build on a pyramid scheme, so you worry about YOU!

With mark, you will get a starter kit of about $80 worth of product (it pays for itself)! You can sign up just to get a discount on make-up yourself….a LIFETIME discount, by the way! Or, you can actively sell and host parties. It’s completely up to you. There are no sales requirements, you will never be fined, and you will always have your discount. I’ve made a lot of money by having a few parties a year, but mainly by just promoting the products by wearing them (our accessories, clothing, etc. Attract compliments ALL the time!).

On top of money prizes & my general commission, I’ve earned several amazing opportunities through mark:
- Paid internship in NYC
- All-inclusive trip to Las Vegas
- All-inclusive trip to the Sundance Film Festival 2010
- I became a mark. Mentor (I train & help reps in our region become superstars)…and I get paid to go to NYC and other amazing places a few times a year!
- A style consultation with Britt Bardo, a celebrity stylist
- A pair of CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTINS (umm…amazing $800 shoes…yes please!)
- An iPad

The opportunities are endless…whether you want a discount for yourself or want to win amazing dream trips, mark is about YOU.

If you want to sign up, go to www.meetmark.com/yes & enter referral code 146.
Email me with questions if you have any :)

Daniel asks…

How much do you make selling avon?

i want to sell avon
i want to know how much it would would be to sell it here are some questions

do you make money? and if so how much
what does the kit come with and how much
what % do you get im going to be selling it alone
how much would you make weekly?
any thing extra you know about selling avon let me know please thanks,

admin answers:

Personally, I would recommend becoming a mark. Rep instead of an Avon or Mary Kay rep.
Www.meetmark.com/yes & enter referral code 146.

The differences between the three is pretty big. With mark, you don’t have any minimum sales requirements and you don’t have to place an order every campaign or anything like that. You literally sign up for $20 (and you get about $80 worth of product when you sign up) and you can NEVER use your account again and come back to it a year later and still be able to access your account and restart your business. You have a solid 30-35% discount (for life!). Also, with mark. You don’t have to pay to maintain your website (e-boutique). With Avon & Mary Kay, you have to pay to keep the website running. The initial $20 fee for mark will set up your e-boutique for life for you and you never have to pay for it again. Mark also has MUCH more reasonable prices than Mary Kay, and they’re around the same as Avon, so people tend to buy more of our products because they get a lot more for their money.

Also, with mark. There are no downlines – you don’t have to worry about recruitment and other people’s sales – focus on you, your parties, your own selling. Plus, you will consistently make 30% of ALL your sales (and have your 30-35% discount for life).

With Avon, you sign up and must place an order every 4 campaigns I believe. If you don’t have any orders, you can no longer be a representative. Also, with Avon, the commission isn’t steady – it depends on how much you’re selling. But with mark, you always have the 30% and can’t go lower than that. With Mary Kay, the products are rather expensive and yes, it is a pyramid scheme. You tend to invest a lot upfront with MK before proceeding any income.

While all three companies have their benefits, mark is the least risky and the only company that isn’t build on a pyramid scheme, so you worry about YOU!

With mark, you will get a starter kit of about $80 worth of product (it pays for itself)! You can sign up just to get a discount on make-up yourself….a LIFETIME discount, by the way! Or, you can actively sell and host parties. It’s completely up to you. There are no sales requirements, you will never be fined, and you will always have your discount. I’ve made a lot of money by having a few parties a year, but mainly by just promoting the products by wearing them (our accessories, clothing, etc. Attract compliments ALL the time!).

On top of money prizes & my general commission, I’ve earned several amazing opportunities through mark:
- Paid internship in NYC
- All-inclusive trip to Las Vegas
- All-inclusive trip to the Sundance Film Festival 2010
- I became a mark. Mentor (I train & help reps in our region become superstars)…and I get paid to go to NYC and other amazing places a few times a year!
- A style consultation with Britt Bardo, a celebrity stylist
- A pair of CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTINS (umm…amazing $800 shoes…yes please!)
- An iPad

The opportunities are endless…whether you want a discount for yourself or want to win amazing dream trips, mark is about YOU.

If you want to sign up, go to www.meetmark.com/yes & enter referral code 146.
Email me with questions if you have any :)

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