How I get over 100 New Avon Customer Leads Online per Week

How I get over 100 New Avon Customer Leads Online per Week – Find out how I get over 100 prospective Avon customers online per week! Learn how to sell more Avon online turn your website visitors into customers.

About the Trainer, Emily Seagren

Emily Seagren has been an Avon Representative since January 2008. She sells at the Inner Circle level (over $220,000 annually), owns a Licensed Avon Beauty Center, Avon Store Rockford, Illinois and is a Gold Leader with over 1,200 team members nationwide (top 25 teams in the nation). In 2019, her nationwide team of reps, Avon Team Momentum, sold $2.6 million worth of products.

Emily has grown her business using non-traditional methods such as social media, email marketing, blogging, videos, YouTube, and Facebook. In 2018 and 2019, Emily sold over $100,000 of Avon online each year.

In 2015, Emily was awarded the prestigious award of Avon Woman of Enterprise. The Avon Woman of Enterprise award is presented to the Avon Representative who not only is leading and growing a successful Avon business, but does so while being a role model for other Representatives through her embodiment of the Avon Values of Belief, Integrity, Respect, Trust and Humility. Among the many North America Avon business owners, Avon selects only one Representative to receive this annual award.

Emily has earned over 30 all expense-paid trips to Hawaii, Punta Cana, Cancun, Puerto Rico, Hollywood, San Diego, Las Vegas, New York, Orlando, a cruise to the Bahamas, and a cruise to Alaska in her 12 year career. In July 2014, Emily had brain surgery to remove a benign tumor. She was especially grateful at this time that she had a built a big Avon business that produces when she cannot work. Emily is the owner of Makeup Marketing Online. She provides free marketing tips and training to Avon Reps across the country through blog posts and videos listed at and

How I get over 100 New Avon Customer Leads Online per Week

Annual Team Sales
• 2013 – $379,126
• 2014 – $513,687
• 2015 – $559,259
• 2016 – $1,272,181
• 2017 – $2,021,771
• 2018 – $3,009,240
• 2019 – $2,575,423

Annual Personal Online Sales
• 2013 – $13,813
• 2014 – $46,908
• 2015 – $67,143
• 2016 – $83,335
• 2017 – $88,379
• 2018 – $130,634
• 2019 – $103,142

Total Personal Sales (Includes Online)
• 2013 – $230,140
• 2014 – $193,033
• 2015 – $176,480
• 2016 – $193,482
• 2017 – $186,413
• 2018 – $282,196
• 2019 – $229,482

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Emily Seagren’s Top 8 Tips for Marketing Avon Online – Selling, Recruiting, and Leadership

Online marketing can be very exciting for seasoned Avon Reps who have online marketing experience but can also be very frustrating for online marketing beginners who are trying to find their way in the technological, social media frenzy that has become the new social outlet for busy professionals, parents, and people in today’s society. In my opinion, one of the most exciting parts of building an online Avon business is once you put in the work, your efforts keep working for you through search engine listings and social media media connectionsIn fact, sometimes technology can help you build your business faster automatically than you would ever possibly be able to do manually. And once your website catches on, the excitement and results build. Believe me, it can be a frustrating and long road to get to this point but once you do, it is definitely worth it!

As an Avon Representative who has probably taken some of the most extreme outside-of-the-box approaches to building a big business, one of the areas I have found myself to be successful in is Selling Avon Online, building an online team of Avon Representatives, and connecting and training my Avon team online. Here are the most important marketing activities I do to market my Avon business online (in my opinion):

Ideas for Building your Avon Business Online

1. Write Blogs: This is the #1 activity that keeps my websites in the top links of Google and other top Search Engines. Content is King – Keep your blog active by writing new posts monthly, weekly, or even daily but do not sacrifice quality for quantity. I try to rotate the types of posts I write for a variety of content and to appeal to the largest possible audience:

a) Promotional – Avon free shipping, new Avon campaign, Avon sales, Avon coupon codes, etc.

b) Recruiting – I like to write posts answering some of the questions someone who is thinking about selling Avon might be asking. I get ideas for keywords to use from Wordtracker or by “Googling” sell Avon or something similar to see the “Searches related to” at the bottom of the page.

c) Product – Avon has thousands of products for you to blog about and practice your writing skills. They are also coming out with new products every two weeks so I’m not sure how you could ever run out of content to write about. If you are a beginner blogger, start by writing posts about Avon products and work on your way from there to start writing more creative posts.

d) Leadership – When I post something for my team, I also try to post it on my blog because you never know what people are searching for online. Write about Avon incentives, recognition, selling tips, and recruiting techniques. Help your team plus find a following of other Avon reps who are looking for help. By helping other Avon Reps, it will build your credibility and make your website popular in the search engines.

e) Industry News – Other ideas for blog posts would be industry news including makeup tips, beauty news, customer reviews, magazine features of Avon products, etc. Be creative…the more of a variety you post, the larger audience you should reach.

When I write a blog post on WordPress, the link automatically posts to LinkedIn. I choose to pay for the WordPress blog I have created and use BlueHost to host the website. There were a few options I wanted that were not available on the free version of WordPress but as always, work within your means and your budget. After writing the blog, I post the link on Facebook (which automatically posts on Twitter), GooglePlus, and Pinterest. I also add it to the queue of automated posts on Buffer. Here is a video and article with tips on Selling Avon Online:

2. Mail out catalogs to your Avon eCustomers. Check out Campaign Mailer and Consultant Depot if you don’t want to do the mailings yourself. It has actually been more cost efficient for me to pay for this service rather than mail them myself. I mail out Avon Catalogs to anyone who has placed an order in the past month on my website. Last year I was mailing catalogs to 30 – 50 customers per campaign and now I’m mailing to 80 – 120 customers per campaign. If you don’t have eCustomers yet, ask around to see who would like to be added to your mailing list. Be sure your automated emails are turned on in your web office, sign up on your own Avon website as a customer to get the corporate offers so you can tell your customers about them, check the email office for upcoming promos, and look on for current offers. I talk about what a difference mailing catalogs has made in my online sales in this article and video, “How to Sell Avon Online“:

Avon Free Shipping Book Label

3. Include an incentive for customers to shop on your Avon website. Take advantage of the Avon Free Shipping Offers and Avon promotional discounts for online shopping. I love the offers that promote big orders like “20% off your purchase of $50 or more.” You can tell your customers about these codes by using labels on the front of your Avon Campaign Books, in your signature on your emails and online forums, on your business cards, in email responses from online inquiries, on your social media websites, and on the front page of your Avon eRep website. Here is a video on Marketing Avon Free Shipping Offers:

4. Customize your Avon website. There are three things I find Avon customers get excited about in particular: 1) the start of a new Avon Campaign, 2) new Avon products, and 3) Avon sales.  Take advantage of the Avon Campaign Schedule. Update your Avon website at the start of every Avon campaign so your customers know when new specials and new Avon products have been introduced. You can also update the widgets on your Avon website so your content is always fresh. I like to keep Twitter as one of the widgets on my front page since I am posting new tweets at least daily. I also like to have the Avon opportunity link and Avon email newsletter signup as featured widgets. Adding new Avon Representatives to my team is a constant focus as is adding new potential customers to my email list which is why I especially like to have those two widgets on my front page. Here is an article and video on How to Post the Avon Catalog on your Website:

5. Promote your Avon business on Social Media. Whether you have jumped on board the Social Media train yet or not, it is the way people are communicating in today’s economy and will only become increasingly popular in our Avon businesses. So if this is going to be one of the primary ways of doing business and the way people are going to spend their free time in the future, you might as well get a head start on this form of selling and recruiting for your network marketing online business. Here are my favorite Social Media websites for promoting Avon: Facebook, Pinterest, GooglePlus, YouTube, and LinkedIn.

Although Facebook used to be the biggest referral source from my Social Media profiles, Facebook is making it harder and harder to get noticed without paying for advertising. Therefore, Pinterest is starting to take over as my favorite “go-to” Social Media website. However, I still think you should have a presence on all of the websites mentioned above. I absolutely love the new Social Media Center Avon just recently re-introduced! Be sure to check this out every campaign and share the featured apps and / or links daily. Log on to – click on web office – click on the Social Media Center (second pink box from the left on the top row). Share the featured apps, featured posts, featured videos, and my links. Try to post daily on each of your social media profiles.

To increase post views, use the hashtag with keywords on your Facebook posts, Twitter, Pinterest, and GooglePlus. When using hashtags, think of categories your post would fit into…for example: if I was writing, “Glimmersticks are on sale for $2.99 each in campaign 24. Shop this Avon sale online at” The hashtags I might use with that post would be: #makeup, #eyeliner, and #avon. The hashtags are a way for people to search for status updates by keywords on certain social media websites.

There are common ways to build up your social media profiles on each site:

1) Build your network. Connect with other users – try to connect with 3 – 10 new people on each website daily or weekly (whichever your schedule can accommodate) – find people you have something in common with or have common friends (ex: moms, Avon Reps, alumnis from your schools, network marketing professionals, work from home moms, etc.) Do you think it’s a coincidence that many people have about the same amount of followers as they follow? No, they work at building their network and connecting with new people. You can also connect with others and get to know people by joining networking groups and creating your own networking groups. Participate in this groups often making friendships by commenting on other’s posts and creating your own topics. Be a source of helpful information.

2) Keep content fresh and post different types of posts to appeal to the largest audience. Photos grab people’s attention. Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or GooglePlus…you can post different types of updates: status updates, links, photos, videos, offers, etc. By posting photos often, you are keeping the Avon brand on the top of people’s minds, informing customers of the latest and greatest products Avon has to offer, and keeping your page interesting and fresh. Keep an eye on your statistics to see which types of posts get the most feedback and the most views so you have an idea of what’s working and what isn’t. Also on all social media websites, keeping any sort of activity going is pertinent whether that’s connecting with new people, posting updates, adding photos, creating events, etc. Here is an article and video on tracking performance: Sell Avon Online Part 2: Tracking your Performance

Here are some great places to find photos to use for marketing your Avon biz online. Remember if you are sharing links for Avon products to online shoppers, use the share buttons at the bottom of each product page on your own Avon website – do not copy and paste from the toolbar or you may accidentally send them to Avon’s corporate website or a different rep’s page. Also, be sure to read the most up-to-date Avon Advertising Rules & Guidelines to ensure the images you are using are acceptable. Please use your best judgement…I am not in the position to be able to tell you what is and isn’t allowed so decide for yourself according to the rules:

Avon Social Media Share Buttons

  • Avon emails – find images in the emails Avon sends to customers (receive these when you sign up as a customer on your own website).
  • On your Avon website under the different headers (ex: Anew, Makeup Studio, SkinSoSoft, Mark, What’s New, Makeup, Skin Care, Bath & Body, Fragrance, etc.)
  • Under More Ways to Shop on your Avon Website (Best Sellers, Top Rated, Special Offers, Virtual Makeover, Blogger Boutique, and Shop the eBrochure)
  • Social Media Center – Log on to – click on web office – click on the Social Media Center (second pink box from the left on the top row).
  • Avon Product’s Corporate Websites: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr.
  • From the Online Avon What’s New Books (ex: – change the campaign number (in this case change 18 to the campaign you’d like to see after 2014/ in the website address) to see other campaigns. Remember to only share public info from the Demo Books as some of it is only for Avon Reps).

3) Similar to my recommendation on blog posts, be sure to rotate the types of status updates you post to appeal to the largest audience base. Like I mentioned with the blog posts, be sure to rotate what you post about. Here are some ideas for status updates: app from Social Media Center, recruiting video from Avon’s YouTube profile with information on how to sign up on your Avon team online, new Avon product post (go to your Avon website – click on Shop my Store – What’s New – click on each product category to see what’s new for that campaign in each department), Avon sales tips, Avon sale (remember to rotate from different product categories like: Makeup, Skincare, Fragrance, Bath & Body, etc. – try not to always post from the same product category)

Another option is to create a local ad on Facebook. Once you have a Facebook business page, you can advertise locally to a target audience of your choice…I tend to pick females ages 30 and over who are interested in beauty. You can create an ad for people to shop on your website or to sign up on your Avon team. To learn more about how to create the ad, go to the Facebook help center and search for “Create an Ad.” As always, be sure to check the up-to-date approved Avon Advertising and Marketing Guidelines that can be found on before taking any of my advice to be sure your efforts fall within the guidelines.

Here are some articles and videos I’ve created to help you with your Avon online marketing efforts and specifically those relating to Social Media: 

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6. Be sure to link and list your Social Media profiles on all of your websites where possible so they are all connected. Don’t be Avon’s best kept secret! How are you going to build a big Avon business if some of your family and friends don’t even know you sell Avon? Decide what’s important to you. Is Avon a part of who you are and what you want to be? Then represent Avon proudly. You don’t always have to be pushing product and the Avon opportunity down people’s throats but you do want to bring it up casually and frequently. Take a look at your Facebook personal profile. Is it a true representation of who you are? Mine shows a mixture of family, friends, Avon, humor, emotions, and quotes…a good mixture of what my life is made of and the moments I experience. On your business profiles, represent Avon through more business-type posts like ads, promos, and offers. On your personal pages, talk about Avon as an experience. How does Avon incorporate into your personal life? How has Avon changed your life? And be sure to list all of your website addresses on each profile if there is space provided especially on your Avon website as shown in the picture on the top right of this article.

7. Promoting the Avon Opportunity online. Be creative when you are looking for new team members to sign up on your team. Don’t sound like a broken record and say the same thing over and over to try and recruit. Share ways on how your Avon business has helped you, talk about the rewards and incentives you’ve earned by being an Avon Representative, and look at who’s doing well on your current team to find out who might be good prospects to target (ex: how old are the reps on your team who are performing well? what city and state do they live in? do they work full-time or part-time?) When you get a good idea of who your top performing candidates are, it will give you a better idea of what types of people you want to try and get on your team. Sometimes it’s just a matter of getting excited about your own business. I know the times I recruit the most Avon Representatives are the times I am most excited about what’s happening with my own Avon business.

8. Your job as a leader isn’t over when your recruit signs the contract. One of the hardest and greatest parts about being in Avon leadership is you can’t force things to happen for your team members. You need to be your team’s biggest cheerleader. This is true for sports and it’s true for network marketing. One of the only ways you can really inspire your team to do more is by motivating them and showing them the way on how to be successful in their Avon business. Many of your team members will have different demographics than you (like age, ethnicity, family background, etc.), have different financial and personal backgrounds, and have various work experiences so it will take different approaches for different people. Many people become Avon Representatives because they don’t want a boss and don’t like to be told what to do so you have to find ways to inspire them and motivate them to build their own big businesses without doing it for them. Remember you can’t help people who don’t want to help themselves. You also need to be careful how much help you are willing to offer your team or they will become accustomed to your help and not learn how to recruit and build their team themselves. It’s okay to help and show them how but at some point, they will need to take over so their business will become sustainable. If your team is local, celebrate them in person or by mailing congratulatory cards or postcards. A few ways I like to recognize my team members are:

1) Through campaign recognition email newsletters recognizing top sellers and recruiters (ex: Avon Team Momentum Campaign 10 2014 Results).

2) Facebook Recognition (I have a Facebook group set up for our team where I recognize new members, top sellers, and top leaders) – it helps to tag people in these posts so they are notified of the post on Facebook within the group.

3) I also like to post congratulatory and welcome messages on people’s individual Facebook walls when they join our team or do a good job (encourage your team to talk about their business on Social Media – it also helps when you talk about it for them). Use images to help convey your message. Look for images on Google Images. On Google Images – type in the search box the message you would like to post (ex: if you’d like a birthday pic – type in happy birthday – to spice it up a little, type in something like “Happy Birthday Rockstar.” – the more specific you are, the better your results will come back).

Top Successful Avon Representatives to Follow

What better way to find out how to get to the top than by following those who are already doing it. Here are some of my favorite Avon Representatives to follow:

You can find other top Avon Representatives by reading “A View from the Top Vol. 1” and “A View from the Top Vol. 2.”

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Why I love Pinterest for Selling Avon Online! Did you know Pinterest has 72.8 million users and 85% of total Pinterest users are female (source: So it is a perfect social media website to promote your Avon business since women are our target audience. Watch the video below and check out my quick Avon Tips for Representatives under the video for marketing your Avon business on Pinterest. Feel free to check out my Pinterest page for ideas! Avon Rep, Emily on Pinterest

Avon Tips to Sell Avon Online – Pinterest

As of May 2015, I have 461 boards, 16,350 pins, and 5,427 followers on Pinterest. The idea with all of the various social media sites is to constantly have activity. The more active you are on your Pinterest page, the higher you will rank in the search engines like Google and Yahoo!

  • If you are setting up a new Pinterest account, I suggest choosing the business account. The business account will give you helpful statistics and insight into your viewer audience. If you already have a personal account and want to keep everything together on one page, you can convert your personal account into a business account.
  • To verify your website on Pinterest, you will need to use a website other than your Avon website. I used my blog to verify my Pinterest account.
  • Use the Pinterest share button on each product page from your Avon eStore to share specific products from your Avon eStore that will take visitors directly to your personal Avon website as opposed to the generic
  • Pin new images from your Social Media Center every campaign. To find your Social Media Center on, go to your web office – click on Social Media Center either from the pink squares or from the link – go through steps 1 – 5 then share new featured posts and featured videos.
  • Create new boards for different Avon product categories and Avon topics. Don’t just create one board that says “Avon.” That board will never show up in the search engines. Be specific and give your boards titles that people would use to search the Internet.
  • Connect with other Avon Representatives and contacts on Pinterest. There is nothing wrong with making a connection with another Avon Rep on social media. As long as you don’t re-pin their posts and send customers to their website, there is no harm in networking online. Like I said, the more activity you have on social media…the better.
  • Re-pin your own pins. When you pin something like an Avon Glimmerstick, think about the different ways someone might search for eye liner. Someone might look up Avon Eye Liner, Avon Eye Pencil, Avon Glimmersticks, etc. It would fit in all of those categories…right? So make boards for the similar product categories but get more specific as you create additional boards and re-pin your own pins.
  • Follow Avon Insider on Pinterest. They have neat pics on there that you might not find anywhere else. It’s definitely okay to re-pin from Avon. Just make sure you include your website address in the description when you pin it on your boards.
  • Pin new products. Every Avon Campaign, there are new products introduced. This can keep you busy for hours. I don’t want to hear “there’s nothing to pin for Avon.” LOL There are thousands of products on our website to pin on Pinterest boards and new products added every 2 weeks!
  • Keep it simple. Keep your descriptions short and sweet. Be sure to always include your website address and check to make sure your pins are pointing to your own website. Be active and have fun with it!

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Sell Avon Online Part 2: Tracking your Performance

One of the first steps in Selling Avon Online and building an online Avon business is putting the tools in place to be able to track your performance. Watch this video to learn how to track website visitors by installing StatCounter or installing Google Analytics on your Avon website. Learn more ways to Sell Avon Online Successfully and measure your success over time.

Selling Avon Online – Tracking Website Visitors, Sales, and Leadership

This video will cover:

  • How to Install the StatCounter Visitor Tracker to Track Number of Website Visitors on your Avon Website
  • How to Install Google Analytics on your Avon Website to Track More Detailed Information on your Website Visitors
  • A Closer Look at Some Helpful Reports in Google Analytics on how to Improve your Online Marketing Efforts
  • Track your Avon Sales, Leadership Stats, and Online Sales to Keep your Avon Business on the Road to Success

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Sell Avon Online Part 1: Blogging for Beginners

Blogs have played a big part in my success in Selling Avon Online. I sold almost $47,000 worth of Avon products online and appointed over 180 new Avon Representatives online in 2014. If you want to Sell Avon Online, Sell More Avon, and learn How to Sell Avon Online Successfully and don’t have a blog yet, I suggest you start one!

Emily’s 5 Different Types of Avon Blog Posts

1. Promotional: free shipping, discount offers, sales, campaigns

2. Products: new products, informative product posts, product reviews

3. Opportunity: the Avon selling opportunity, details on Becoming an Avon Rep, the benefits of Selling Avon Online, How to Sign up to Sell Avon Online, FAQs

4. Tips for Representatives: sales tips, recruiting tips, leadership tips, ideas, incentives, training, and tools

5. Recognition: newsletter for your team, incentive results, new rep top performers, top sales performers, top leadership performers, birthdays, and anniversaries

Other ideas: industry news, how-to posts, beauty tips, personal reviews

Basics of Writing a Blog – How to Write an Avon Blog

1. Set up a Blog – start by creating a couple of blog posts on the blog to get the feel for writing. Then look into a blog outside of the Avon website if you are going to be consistent about blogging like WordPress or Blogger.

2. Pick a Topic – Don’t let writer’s block get the best of you. With Avon, there is always news to share whether it be a product launch, new sales, or the start of the next campaign. This is good news for us because we will never run out of writing material. What is the purpose of your blog post? Decide if you are trying to get more online sales or you want to recruit new team members. Then pick a topic on a product, promotion, the opportunity, or a team / tip post.

3. Do your Research – Once you decide what you want to write about, find out how customers are searching for your topic. I like to use the free Google Keyword Tool or Wordtracker. Type in your keyword to see how many people are searching and how they are searching for your topic. Another way to find out how people are searching for your topic is to do the search yourself on Google on your topic. At the bottom of the first page of results, there will be links listed under “Searches Related to…” Pick 1 – 3 keywords related to your topic to use in your post.

4. Be Informative – When creating blog posts, provide facts and useful information rather than just your opinion. Try to repeat your keyword(s) at least 3 times throughout the article but make sure your sentences are natural to read for readers and not just created for search engine optimization.

5. Share on Social Media – Be sure to get in the habit of sharing your blog post URL on all of your social media profiles after you have published it. The whole purpose of creating the blog is to get more traffic to your website so be proud of your work and share it with the online world!

My Avon Online Sales Stats 2009 – 2014

  • 2008 – 0 blog posts – wasn’t yet tracking visitors – $2,680 Avon online sales
  • 2009 – 16 blog posts – 7,354 unique website visitors – $4,720 Avon online sales
  • 2010 – 0 blog posts – 6,296 unique website visitors – $3,305 Avon online sales
  • 2011 – 7 blog posts – 3,572 unique website visitors – $4,035 Avon online sales
  • 2012 – 103 blog posts – 49,691 unique website visitors – $9,420 Avon online sales
  • 2013 – 50 blog posts – 132,424 unique website visitors – $13,815 Avon online sales
  • 2014 – 242 blog posts – 302,615 unique website visitors – $46,908 Avon online sales


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Emily’s Top 10 Avon Tips for Selling Online

Emily's Top 10 Avon Tips for Selling Online

Emily’s Top 10 Avon Tips for Selling Online – If you are an Avon Representative and not already trying to take advantage of the growth happening in online sales and recruiting…what are you waiting for? According to Avon, online sales are growing 3 times faster than traditional direct sales at Avon. With more working moms in today’s society, the competitive online promotions websites can offer compared to box stores, and the ease of shopping online, online marketing in every Avon business is now a must. Whether you have been selling Avon for years or you just signed up as an Avon Representative and plan on Selling Avon Online Only, take the time to learn How to Sell Avon Online and sign up new Avon Representatives via the online appointment process.
Selling Avon Online

Wouldn’t you love to have a negative balance on your Avon account where the company owes you money? One of the best benefits of Selling Avon Online is there are little to no overhead costs so the money you make is mostly profit. Plus you don’t have to mess with taking customers’ orders, payments, or doing the delivery. Remember all of these pros to Selling Avon Online are when your customer chooses direct delivery. I have my delivery preference for online customers set to direct delivery only. Read below and watch the video to hear my top tips for Selling Avon Online.

Sell Avon Online Successfully – Emily’s Top 10 Tips for Selling Online

10. Provide a variety of information on your blog posts and social media status updates to reach a large audience. For example, I like to write blog posts about: Avon products, recruiting, recognition for my team, Avon Representative tips, and promotions. Try to alternate what you write about according to the purpose of the article. I try to alternate blog posts with goals of finding new online customers and recruiting new team members so that I am equally promoting the opportunity for customers to buy and for potential new team members to Sign up to Sell Avon.

9. Mail Avon catalogs to eCustomers. Once you start getting consistent online sales, mail out Avon brochures to your eCustomers. I mail out current catalogs to any customers who have placed an order on my website in the prior 2 months. Check out Campaign Mailer – they provide services for mailing out brochures. Even though Avon offers an optional brochure with every online order, mailing out the brochure yourself will remind your customers to shop with you on your eRep website. Tip: Include a thank you note on the label with a coupon code for them to use on their next visit, your website address, and the valid online shopping dates.

Mail Avon Brochures to Customers

8. Use social media to promote your Avon business. Have you visited the Social Media Center (SMC) on Avon is constantly updating the SMC with new information and images to share with your fans and followers. Visit the SMC at least once a campaign to share news about products, the opportunity, and more. You can also use the share buttons on each product page of your eStore to promote new products, sales, or online exclusives. My favorite social media websites to share on are: Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube, Twitter, GooglePlus, and LinkedIn. Also, check out Buffer as a way to automate and simplify your social marketing. This website allows you to schedule automated posts on Facebook pages, Facebook groups you moderate, and more so you can spend your time on revenue-generating tasks like marketing your business, increasing Avon sales, and growing your team instead of keeping “busy” on social media and not getting much accomplished.

Avon Social Media Share Buttons

7. Write blog posts to draw traffic to your website from search engines. If you aren’t familiar with the term “blog,” look it up on Google. There are all kinds of great articles out there on how to start a blog and what blogging is all about. I like to write blogs on different topics and then use social media to promote my blog. All of my hyperlinks and calls-to-action point visitors to my Avon eStore so they can buy online or Sign up to Sell Avon on my team. For a strong blog post, be sure to have plenty of content, use images, insert hyperlinks on important “keyword” phrases, use headers, and always include calls-to-action.

6. Keep up with current Avon free shipping and coupon codes. Some places to find current codes are: RetailMeNot, your web office in the email center, your eStore, and sometimes under incentives or campaign tools on Try signing up as your own customer by creating a profile on your eStore or use the eNewsletter widget to enter your email address and be notified of the latest and greatest Avon promotions. When I want to promote an Avon coupon code, I will write a blog post about it which automatically posts to LinkedIn and then share the link of the blog post on my Facebook page (which automatically posts to Twitter), my Facebook group, Pinterest, and GooglePlus. You can also tell your customers to go to Ebates before they do their shopping on your Avon website to get cash back on their purchase. Make sure they choose you as their representative before checking out. Tip: Always provide the following 4 pieces of information in your Avon coupon code posts: the offer, the code, the expiration, and your website.

Avon Coupon Code

5. Customize your Avon website. Keep the content on your eStore fresh and constantly updating. I do this through sharing blog posts on my eStore, having the Twitter app connected, and updating the main window with a custom message including the current Avon brochure, the online shopping dates, a coupon code, and How to Sign up to Sell Avon Online.

How to Post the Avon Brochure

4. Turn on your automated email program under personalization tools in your web office. I prefer to have the options for both campaign and promotional offers turned on in my email preferences. Although my customers receive a lot of emails, they always have the option to unsubscribe. For those who opt in for the emails, they are receiving a constant reminder to shop for Avon online on my website. I truly feel the benefits of having the automated email program turned on far outweigh the drawbacks. Plus, I hardly ever have anyone complain about getting too many emails and if they do…I happily help them unsubscribe from the program.

3. Whether you are talking to people daily about your Avon business or connecting with others through online marketing, be sure to have a way to collect their contact information. In person, I like to do monthly gift bundle drawings and use the Avon survey card to collect my customers’ contact information. I then keep record of my customers’ addresses for sending out marketing materials and brochures and enter those with an email address in my web office. To collect data from your online visitors, be sure to have the eNewsletter sign up widget and Believe in your Business widget displayed on the front page of your eStore.

2. Use a brightly colored label on the front of your Avon brochure encouraging online orders. With every Avon catalog I hand out, I like to offer 3 opportunities: 1) to buy from me face-to-face, 2) to shop on my website, and 3) to Become an Avon Representative on my team. To promote online orders, I include my contact information, my Avon website URL, and a message about free shipping and a coupon code on the label. I promote free shipping on all orders of $35 or more plus 20% off online orders of $50 or more using code: WELCOME or THANKYOU20. Both of these codes are valid for every customer one time each. Check your email center in your web office to make sure these codes are still valid.

Avon Free Shipping Book Label

1. Track your performance. I like to use my past years, months, and campaigns’ performance to track sales, online sales, recruiting, and leadership numbers to make sure I’m always improving upon my own results. For tracking website traffic, you can use Google Analytics and / or StatCounter on your Avon website. If you use an external blogging service like WordPress, there are also statistics to track for your blog. Although website traffic gives you an idea of what’s working and what isn’t as far as marketing tactics, the most important numbers to track are completed online sales and number of online appointments. When you have a peak in website traffic, online sales, or new online appointments, look back to see what you did differently so that you can repeat the actions that are producing favorable results.

Watch this Video for Tips on Selling Avon Online

Avon Resources Mentioned in the Video or Article

  1. Sell Avon Online Part 2: Tracking your Performance
  2. How to Track your Avon Website Visitors with StatCounter
  3. Sell Avon Online – Avon Brochure Labels
  4. Avon Customer Survey Card
  5. Sell More Avon Online by Customizing your Website
  6. How to Find Avon Coupon Codes Online
  7. Marketing Avon Free Shipping Offers Online
  8. Sell Avon Online Part 1: Blogging for Beginners
  9. Blogging to Sell More Avon Online
  10. Campaign Mailer
  11. Ebates
  12. Buffer
  13. RetailMeNot

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