Easy earning with BlueBella!

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As a full time students i found it really hard to find a job that i can work atound my studies meaning i can work flexible hours and take time off when exams were coming up etc, but obviously beingg a student doesnt come cheap so i also needed money!
I came across BlueBella and i was very sceptical at first as i normally am with conpanies that offer high rewards for not much work, however i took the dive and noticed the rewards immediately!
There is an endless potential to earning money and you obviously get out what you put in, the work is so easy and you can work from home selling to family and friends or over the internet or you could hold home shopping events for people.
The commission is great and as i say unlimited!
I am now earning loads through the company and i love my job and the team i am in!
If you want to know more or are interested in joining then please talk to me :) i look forward to hearing from as many of you as possible.
Sorry this is strictly for women 18+.
Please also look at my website if anyone male or female want to see or purchase the products :)
www.bluebella.com/michaelajeffs
Xx
 

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Looks very interesting

Can you give us any figures about how much you can earn (or maybe how much you personally earn from each sale) to people can get a better understanding how it compares to other companies of this nature
 

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Here is an example of potential and i can easily take home £600 a month, when i choose to work harder i achieve so much more! :) also my average sales at a home shopping event are around £350 and have been known to be up to £1000 :) hope this helps

Wkly evnt Avg sales Avg net sales Total wkly sales Wkly inc month inc
1. £232. £138. £370. £92.50. £370
2. £464. £138. £602. £150.50. £602
3. £696. £138. £834. £208.50. £834
 

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Sorry the previous table didnt come out well

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So do most of your sales come through the website or parties or how does it work?

Is it a struggle to get the brand name out there compared to say ann summers which is very well known
 

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Most of my sales come through parties and word of mouth however i still generate a lot of sales through my website, the website is a great way to reach out on networking sites to people too far away to hold a party with you.
I was worried about getting parties etc at the beginning as Bluebella is a company you dont hear about so much as there is no high street stores, but this actually makes it so much easier to book parties and get sales as people cant just pop into a shop and get the items where as they can with our competitors. I like to canvass in town with a few leaflets and a catalogue and just ask people if they have heard of us and if they are interested in booking a FREE party with me where the rewards could pour in for the hostess aswell as myself :)
There is no monthly target that a consultant has to reach, you work in your own time and as much or little as you want, and no rental charge dor the kit, you keep this when you leave! :)
 

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So there are no upfront fees to pay when you join BlueBella then?
 

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There is a new system in place from april so whrn you sight up you pay a kit fee of £125 this seems a lot but you get £500 worth of kit for this which is fantastic!!
When i joined i paid £25 but had to do £750 sales in first 60 days to keep that kit for free so there is no longer a worry of whether or not you will have to pay extra for your kit as its all sorted at the beginning and when you leave that kit still belongs to you to keep or sell :)
You will easily make that £125 back from 1/2 parties
 

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When you say "you pay a kit fee" which is £125 and you get £500 retail value of goods in this kit, does that kit then belong to you ?

Also having just taken a look at their website I note they also run an affiliate system where you can add their product feeds to your own website and earn 10% on sales with a 30 day cookie.
and dynamic product feeds, with commission rising to 15% on 50 orders per/mth.

And that is with no start up costs, so for those with little funds, but a website or access to one this is a great way to earn money online.

Thanks
Mark
 

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