Selling jewelery

@ckhair13 (185)
United States
July 26, 2009 12:55pm CST
I was trying to think of something else to do to make a little extra money & I could do it at work too cuz like my boss sells Avon & Mary Kay & she said if I wanted to do something like that too I what else is there? I found one site that you can sell jewelery, you don't need to go to people's homes & have parties with them if you don't want too & you don't have to have an inventory & you don't have to pay to join only have to buy the catalogs, but I figured if I bought two that would be plenty cuz I could keep one at work & one in the car in case I run into anyody that was interestd...I just wondered if anybody ever did this before? And if its worth the trouble or not...can you actually make a couple bucks doing this? I know its expensive but I have several clients at work who like jewelery & may buy off of me...just looking for some opinions?
2 responses
• United States
26 Jul 09
This is how I view it. You can sell anything anywhere as long as you have the drive and the patience. I myself like to sell used items to make money and it seems to be working well. I use craigslist mostly and I like it that way. I hope for the best for you and let me know how things go. I will add you as a friend if we are not already and maybe we can help each other out in terms of earning money.
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
27 Jul 09
I myself have just started my very first direct sales career. It's in Tupperware. How I got into it was that I grew up around it and loved that it lasts forever. I didn't have any for my home so I needed to buy my own stock and just to have the member discount (25%) would help us out a lot. Since joining I've found that there are a lot of people that are loyal to the brand but haven't seen it in a long time so I've not had a problem making some money off of it by selling from the catalogues and flyers. You can have in home parties, or not. You can have a website, or not. There are not really strict sales quotas to meet (250 dollars in sales on a rolling calendar). If you are interested in the idea, feel free to message me.