Answer by Jatin
Here are few answers which i found from yahoo,
Momof4-5 including my husband : I know a lot of similar things you can sell. They have really good products the same with Mary Kay. Something you need to realize though is both these places and many others are business opportunities. An opportunity to make what you want provided that you do what’s needed to make the amount you want. They are not jobs. They are businesses that you have, in which they take time to build. You can’t just “try” a business, you have to work the business.
I looked at Mary Kay as well as Avon. Both have incredible products, but to me it wasn’t in the highest demand. Meaning, the target market is primarily women and teens. Avon sells other things as well. But it’s all items that people could go out when money is tight and purchase the same items at a store much cheaper, or purchase a like type product. Maybe not the same brand, but something similiar that would work. With Mary Kay a lot of people I know would end up with over stalked items in which they had to pay for. Great for yourself, if you can use that particular color. Not everyone can. If it can’t be used for yourself, then you end up selling it on ebay for less then what they were hoping to sale them for. To me that wasn’t what my husband and I wanted to do. One industry that I feel that would be great for you to sale, is telecommunications. The company has been around for 15 years. It’s the largest direct selling telecommunications service company in the world. Your market is not just in the United States. Donald Trump has endorsed this company, uses the product as well as is highly involved in this company. The company has been featured in several magazines like USA Today, Success, Fortune etc. Inc 500 rated them the 22nd fastest growing company. You market in services people use every day and pay for anyway. Service such as local and long distance telephone services, Internet services, VOIP, digital and video phone services, Satellite TV as well as all major cellular phone providers such as Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, Alltel, Nextel etc. You help people save money on services that they are already using and paying for each month, as well as you can offer services that they don’t already have. Once you’ve helped people on an existing service, or put them on a new service, every single month these people pay their bills, you make a percentage month after month. That’s just one way you make an income. Different then Avon or Mary kay, where you have to have representatives that keep on selling and you have to keep on selling every month to make your income. If you stop, you don’t make money. In this industry, once you place a person on a service, or help them with an existing service, your done, but you get paid every month for this work that you did one time for the lifetime of that customer. To me, this is real residual income. So if I decide to take a vacation, I don’t have to rely on my Independent representatives to keep selling or me to keep selling in order to keep making my income. It stays the same unless I add more customers, then my income increases.
So yes, I do know of something you could sell.
Lisa : LOL No scam websites?? Unfortunately, you’ll probably get a few of those on here.
What is your passion? It’s so important to love your business if you are going to put in the effort. If you love the company and believe in the products, then your customers will sense that and you can find success. For me, Scentsy answered all of my needs and it has been really great for me. You just need to find your passion.
There are companies in many industries–food (Tastefully Simple), kitchen (Pampered Chef), bedroom parties (Passion parties), jewelry (Lia Sophia, Solpada) purses (Miche), gifts (Thirty One), skin care (Arbonne), candles (Scentsy), etc. Determine where your passion lies and go from there. Check the BBB and the Direct Sales Association to determine whether or not they are legit.
Good luck! I hope you find just the right fit.
Charisma : As well as checking the Direct Sales Association, (the only ones legit are members) also compare profit margin.. for instance you might get 26% from tupperware, 50% on Mary Kay, and 15% on Avon. Figure out how often the catalogs come out too so you are aware of how much you need ot keep up with it.