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Next check to see if company has residual income. This is income you will make by helping others start a home party sales career. Some parent companies do not offer residual income, while others have residual income of up to 10%. Find one you can live with.
By now, your list should be shorter. Look at mission statement, philosophy, and expectations of each company. Make sure these coincide with your objectives and beliefs.
All you have to do now is find a sponsor, and preferably one in your area. Your sponsor should be available to help you and guide you while you are starting your home based party business. This is not very easy when hundreds or thousands of miles separate you and your sponsor.
Go to main web site for company and look for people in your area that are available to sponsor your home based party business. Talk with person before signing up. If you donít click or are going in different directions, go to a different person. This person will be your trainer and guide. It is important you are both on same wavelength.
Once you have signed up it is time to start marketing and advertising your home party sales. Start with family and friends first, by asking them to host parties to help you get started. This will introduce you to many other people and potential hosts and hostess.
Also, get with other home based party business representatives and have a bingo night, or something similar. Each person has opportunity to win merchandise and everyone can order. It is like having a huge party. If no one will do it with you, try it yourself. It could be worthwhile.
No mater which category of home party sales you choose, stay atop home based party business trends. Attend meetings and seminars and always read email and newsletters from your sponsor and parent company. These will keep you updated, and give you tips to help your home based party business to succeed.
Remember this is a job and takes work. But end results can bring you life youíve always wanted.
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