Is Your Business Card Good Enough?
If you’re in business, then you should have a business card.
Even today, with everything being online, business cards are still irreplaceable.
It seems that no amount of automation or online methods are going to take their place.
Growing your Avon business is pretty simple.
There are only 4 main steps:
- Prospecting for new customers & recruits.
- Getting a brochure (either paper or digital) to every customer every campaign.
- Following up with every customer you gave a brochure to every campaign before you place your order.
- Take the order, submit it to Avon and deliver to your customer, or send them to your Avon Online Store to place their order
And then Rinse and Repeat.
It’s really that simple. You just do these 4 steps over and over again, and you will have a strong Avon business.
We have our Daily 8 System to help you work on the activities that will help you grow your business.
The Daily 8 system is a proven formula
When followed consistently, the Daily 8 Plan will help you maintain the consistency required to build a thriving team and an exponentially expanding residual income.
Instead of working 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week, your goal is to capture 8 POINTS a day, 5 days a week for a total of 40 POINTS per week.
Print this sheet and use it to track your weekly points.
Follow this plan consistently for 90-days and teach your team to do the same. At the end of 90 days, REPEAT and then REPEAT again. This is your Daily Method of operation.
The real secret to your Avon Business success is that there is NO SECRET!
It simply takes a simple plan and the dedication and commitment to WORK THE PLAN consistently! That’s it!
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Today We’ll Talk About How To Use Business Cards To Grow Your Business
Business cards are part of the branding exercise that marketers take up to beat the competition.
The cards do not merely hold contact details such as email address, phone number, website address, and others.
But that is one reason why you want to have business cards to give out.
They deliver contact information with ease. Your contact information is vital to clients.
All of your contact details such as email address and phone number are available on the card.
The recipient can put the card easily in a wallet or office drawer.
Your Business Card will help you make a good first impression.
There are Different Types of Business Cards
You can get paper Business Cards to pass out.
Or you can use a Digital Business Card. These provide many additional benefits.
Many times, I even use an Avon Brochure as my Business Card.
What Needs to Go On Your Business Card
There are lots of places you can get them.
You can order business cards from VistaPrint in your Avon Perks back office.
You can get them from different office supply shops such as Office Depot.
Or you can even use a Digital Business Card.
But as far as what goes on your business card, here are some things you should consider:
1 – Put all basic information such as your name, position, business, contact (phone, postal and street address, and business email)
2 – Provide a list of any qualifications that you have that are relevant to providing aid to your customer. You can use just one sentence – Something that makes you stand out!
3 – Try and make your business card attractive but still professional-looking.
Anything you put on the card should be relevant to your customer.
Of course, you can and should make it stand out, but still keep everything appropriate.
Now Start To Give Out Your Business Card To People You Meet
Once you are ready to hand out your card, make sure that you give more than one and ask if they could pass the extra card to a friend or colleague that might need your product or service.
Of course, you only want to do this strategy once you have successfully established a good relationship with the customer, otherwise, you might ruin the possibility of connecting with them.
Keep in mind that your business card represents your business and yourself on paper, so make sure that everything you say on there is true and honest.
One thing I like to do is keep the back of the card blank.
That way I can write their contact information on the back of a card to keep for myself. It’s just a handy way to collect their contact information as well.
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By Lynn Huber
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