Basic Marketing Course

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Length: 3 minutesComplexity: Easy

When you know who your perfect customer is the question becomes where do you find them. You need to test different strategies to come to a definitive conclusion as to what works and what doesn’t.

The JUSTINE/AVON brands are so well known and trusted that it already has momentum and you don’t really need to concern yourself with market research. The company has built a strong customer base over the many years that they operate in the country, all you have to do is get yourself in front of as many eyes as you can so that you can scoop up customers and prospects.

Be Compliant

When you advertise JUSTINE/AVON, only use the JUSTINE/AVON name in CAPITAL letters and state that you are an “Independent JUSTINE/AVON Leader”

7 to 12 touches

Length: 2 minutesComplexity: Easy

It takes a while before someone trusts you with their information. Learn here how to speed up that process and reach their trust sooner rather than later.

The Call To Action

Length: 2 minutesComplexity: Easy

When you are marketing you should always try to guide your prospects to make a decision, rather than just giving info and leaving it there.

Offline Marketing

Length: 8 minutesComplexity: Standard

One of the best tools for offline marketing your AVON JUSTINE business are the brochures. There are a few other ways as well and we will go through them here.

Online Marketing

Length: 3 minutesComplexity: Standard

Through online marketing you will expand the reach for your business and have people joining your business without leaving your home.


 Marketing is all about awareness, the more places you promote and the more you talk about the opportunity the faster your team will grow.   REMEMBER: You are building YOUR future, YOUR retirement and YOUR dream when you work on your JUSTINE /AVON business. The more you put in the more you will get out and there is an endless … Continue reading “Conclusion”