Shy people can Sell Avon too!

SHY PEOPLE CAN SELL AVON TOO!



Although you may not be the LOUDEST salesperson out there, you may in fact be the most prepared. 

     Not ALL shy people are technically “SHY”. Some may be considered introverts rather than “SHY.” Introversion is a personality trait. It refers to how you energize. While extroverts energize by being with other people, and exchanging ideas, and talking to think, introverts energize in solitude, have rich inner worlds, and think before talking. On the other hand, if you are stuck at home watching Netflix and craving social interaction but paralyzed with the fear of introducing yourself to new people, you’re probably just shy. Can you be both? Absolutely! But, because introversion isn’t going anywhere, it’s best to tackle the shyness.

Here are 7 tips for success in building your Avon business (Even if you aren’t all that into getting out there and talking to people)

1) BELIEVE IN WHAT YOU ARE SELLING: 

Avon products have been around for over 130 years and still going strong! People LOVE our products because of the quality and so should you. (Being an Avon Sales Rep and all). Sample some of the products yourself! Wear some of your favorite fragrances, or even some of the clothing line. When someone compliments you on your appearance or fragrance, this allows you to immediately bring up the fact that, “Hey thanks! This is AVON!”

2) BECOME AN EXPERT IN YOUR PRODUCT! 

If at all possible, do as much research as you can on the product. Say, for example,  AVON Skincare. Avon’s Skincare Training Clinics and Online Training Classes are a great tool to help you prepare for understanding what skin type is best with what skin cream, lotion, cleanser, etc. Google is a very powerful tool and if you have the Internet at your disposal, then USE it! If you are unsure of a product, the best way is to research it! 

3) UNDERSTANDING YOUR AVON CUSTOMER!

Understanding your customer requires analysis and problem-solving. Here are two questions to help you decipher who your customer is

  • Who is my customer? (Age, demographic, gender)
  • What type of products serve my customer’s needs? (Do they usually purchase skincare, makeup, bath&body products?) 


It’s important to narrow down who your target customer is, so that you can one-on-one relationship with that person. It becomes a more specific conversation, instead of seeing what sticks, and that’s crucial for the introvert personality.

4) PRACTICE YOUR SALES PITCH! 


This could mean pulling out a script and reading lines over and over. (Boring!) OR you could try rehearsing with say a family member or friend about Avon products. Being able to genuinely converse one-on-one with someone is so much easier then reading lines. They can offer feedback, and also it will help you in building up your momentum when you actually go out there and–dare I say it–converse with strangers! 

5) LISTEN TO YOUR CUSTOMER!


Perhaps one of the best tools in your arsenal is the ability to listen actively. One thing I’ve found out is that customers LOVE to talk about themselves. Let them talk! Subtly interject questions that guide them down the path to choosing your product.I guarantee you that if you listen long enough and subtly guide, you’ll find an opportunity to solve the customer’s problem with your products.

6) BUILD A RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR CUSTOMER!

Now that you have a customer, use your desire for long-lasting partnerships to keep that relationship strong. Sometimes, a person isn’t ready to buy from you. Use that as an opportunity to build trust with the person. Keep up with them on social media, send friendly emails, and stay in touch. One day, that relationship may be profitable.

7) BE AN AVON EVANGELIST! 

You are a salesperson, but avoid the idea of selling. Instead, become a facilitator. Let your desire for authenticity inform your approach.

You’re not selling. You’re offering useful advice.

Because you’ve listened to and studied the customer, you know their needs. You’ve built a relationship so that the customer can trust you when it comes time to make a purchase. Close the deal! Let the customer do the talking in the end. Avon has something for everyone, and chances are, your particular customer knows his/her needs thanks to you!

Sign up to Start Selling Avon Online

Signing up to Sell Avon Online is as easy as 1-2-3! To Become an Avon Representative Online, follow these steps:

  1. Go to www.startavon.com
  2. Enter reference code: CAROLINE089
  3. You will then be assigned an account number and have access to your new online Avon Representative account!

Click here now to sign up to sell Avon online!

Shop the Current Avon Catalog Online

Once you are finished browsing the online Avon catalogs, you can quickly place your order by shopping by product # on my website. Remember you can only order out of the current Avon campaign and 2 campaigns prior.

  1. Go to http://caroline089.avonrepresentative.com
  2. Click on Quick item entry in the box at the top right of the screen (on your PC).
  3. You can then add all of your items by entering each product number and checkout quickly.

Back Order from Previous Avon Campaigns

Did you know you can back order from the previous 2 Avon campaigns? Browse the online Avon catalogs, find the product numbers of the items you’d like to order, and write down which campaign you found the items in. Once you are ready to place your Avon orderclick shop now on my website. In the upper right hand corner, click shop by product #. You can then input your product numbers and use the drop down menus to select the correct campaign.

Click here to browse the current Avon campaign catalog online!

Click here to request the Avon catalog by mail.

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