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post #11 of 43
I just started selling Tupperware and I love it. If you want info just email me.
post #12 of 43
TLC is great for scrapbooking very low start up cost, plus they let you run in it bascially the way you want to. Also only have to spend $25 every 6 months to stay active. Compared to some of the others that is really good. Once again PM me if you want any info.
post #13 of 43
If you have an interest in nutrition then Shaklee could be an option. I make an extra $400 per month with very little investment in time (just placing the orders which ships to the individual). I do use Shaklee products so am a living testament to their quality.

I also sell Longaberger but that does take more time. You have to commit to parties much like Pampered Chef. It is still worth it for me. I have 4 parties a month and bring home any where from $200 to $500 a month. Someone that has more time than I do to devote could make far more but I homeschool my two boys and I am a full time student myself with a husband to care for so I have to say no to some parties and pass them on to others in my group.

If you are interested, let me know and I will point you in the right direction. The most important thing is believing in what you are selling, if you don't then you just will not be very successful with it.
post #14 of 43
I sell Arbonne as well as Talk Fusion.

I love the RE9 line by Arbonne, my skin has never been better and I've tried everything! I don't do much with the business side yet, but absolutely love the products.

If you want more information on either one, feel free to touch base.


Shaklee (mentioned above) is a great line as well. My mother was in Shaklee when I was growing up.

What I like about bothe Arbonne and Shaklee are their cores of natural products. Kudos to both companies.


you can also check out this website; MLM.com - Directory
it pretty much lists every MLM/ Networking marketing/ Direct sales companies out there.

As another poster mentioned, just make sure you believe in the products/ services before you try to sell.

good luck!
post #15 of 43
I'm no help because i sell Avon BUT i am glad you brought up this thread because i too have wondered what else there is out there. I am thinking of doing another business and keeping Avon as well.
post #16 of 43
I think I answered this before but I do Shaklee and am also with a natural wax candle company that also has bath products.
post #17 of 43
Kimmymay,

A friend of mine just started with Silpada Designs which is a jewelry co. based out of the Kansas City area (Overland Park) since I noticed that you were in Missouri. The jewelry is really nice quality too. I may have to join so that I can afford to have some.
post #18 of 43
I'm a Pampered Chef consultant and love it! I'd also love to help anyone else get their own Pampered Chef business started if you're interested. PM me and I can send you some info. It really is a GREAT company and you can make terrific money making your own hours!! Let me know if I can help you.
post #19 of 43
Wow, I didn't realize there were so many options out there! I was thinking about getting into selling something but I didn't want to do parties all the time just to make money. How do they work you get a % of what you sell? Or is it a flat based amount on sales?
post #20 of 43
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Originally Posted by Schmare528 View Post

Wow, I didn't realize there were so many options out there! I was thinking about getting into selling something but I didn't want to do parties all the time just to make money. How do they work you get a % of what you sell? Or is it a flat based amount on sales?

Each company is set up differently, so that's hard to answer as a generality.

Check out the MLM website I posted back and you can browse thru all the companies.

Arbonne it the major one I'm involved with does percentages off your downline.
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