Tell her that if she wants to be at “profit level” and really start bringing in money for her family, she needs a lot of products. Is it because the consultants really don’t try to sell? It’s because the products are of mediocre quality and are overpriced.
Besides that, women have oodles of choices on the internet and in the stores.
Here are five mistakes to avoid when blogging and writing web copy.
This one drives me insane, and it’s become extremely common among bloggers.
To many, my fight against Mary Kay Cosmetics is puzzling. (If she doesn’t buy within the first couple of weeks, the chances that she will buy anything at all go down exponentially.) Start with the largest package and work your way down.
“Affect” is a verb, as in “Your ability to communicate clearly will affect your income immensely.” “Effect” is a noun, as in “The effect of a parent’s low income on a child’s future is well documented.” By thinking in terms of “the effect,” you can usually sort out which is which, because you can’t stick a “the” in front of a verb.
There’s just no need to go through the hassle of dealing with a Mary Kay lady, especially when you know that she’ll eventually try to recruit you and never let up!
Here are some numbers and facts that I pulled together for Pink Truth, my consumer education site about Mary Kay.
It’s also easily avoided by thinking through what you’re trying to say.
“It’s” is a contraction of “it is” or “it has.” “Its” is a possessive pronoun, as in “this blog has lost mojo.” Here’s an easy rule of thumb—repeat your sentence out loud using “it is” instead.