Are you trying to learn how to retail and sell more Amway products? If so, I can give you a few helpful tips. To get started, I personally believe that you should have at least 5-10 retail customers.
This will provide an extra $50 to $200 per month (minimum) in retail profit, which will increase the profitability of your business. Selling products will also increase your PV and BV, and make your first circle work, so you can earn a higher percentage commission from your group’s sales.
I don’t think you need to go out and intentionally look for retail customers for your Amway business, either. Instead, I believe it is a byproduct of sharing the business opportunity with others.
Most of the people you share the business opportunity with won’t join your team. That is a fact. These are the folks you want to offer the opportunity to become customers. Some of the folks who tell you “no” to your business opportunity will gladly become a retail customer, if you ask.
I’ve also found that friends and family will become retail customers, too. I always thought it was a good idea to share the products with your friends and family, rather than pitch the business opportunity. I personally believe you have a better chance of converting a friend or family member into a retail customer, rather than a distributor. This is ideal, because you will earn more form the retail profits than you would from that person if they were a distributor.
Another great way to retail Amway products is to use them yourself. Whenever you are in public, you should bring some products with you. Drink the coffee, eat the protein bars, take your vitamins at work, drink the energy drink on your lunch break, and so forth. When people see you using the products, interested folks will ask you questions about the products. This is a good time to share a catalog with them, or give them a testimonial about the products.
Another great way to retail Amway products is to target people in your niche. For example, if you want to sell the Nutrilite and nutritional products, you should talk with people who are health conscious, who have money, and are already buying similar products. For instance, you could join a gym to meet potential customers. Your key to success is to get creative and think outside the box.
Another great way to get more retail sales is to do home parties. I know most distributors are taught to show the plan, but I think doing demos and home parties is a great way to get more retail sales. Have someone agree to be a host or hostess and invite five or ten of their friends over. You demo the products, take orders and reward the host or hostess with free products or cash.
I also believe another great way to get more retail sales for your Amway business is to wear apparel, such as a hat, coat, or shirt that says Amway, Nurilite, Artistry, or one of the other brands on it. As you walk around, run errands, and live life, some people you come in contact with will be curious and ask you questions about it. This is a great time to get their contact information and give them your business card.
In summary, these are my best tips on how to retail Amway products and get more customers. I believe that most distributors don’t have enough (if any) retail customers. And retail customers are the lifeblood of your business, especially in the beginning. Making retail sales puts immediate profits in your business, and helps you build your belief in the business.
Additionally, many of your “happy customers” will eventually upgrade to wholesale customers or business builders, if you treat them well and provide great customer service.
I want to close this post with one final point. What would your Amway business look like if you had five to ten retail customers in your organization and every person on your team also had five to ten retail customers? I’m sure your PV/BV would go through the roof!
What do you think? What do you do to get more retail customers for your Amway business? Leave a comment below and let us know. I look forward to hearing from you.
Disclaimer: Amway is a registered trademark. I am not affiliated with the company in any way.