In this post, I’ll help you read your AVON email Contact list and make sense of it all. Keep reading to learn how you can use your contact list to get more sales with Avon.
Besides the total number of subscribers here, my two favorite columns are the Subscribed & Name columns.
Subscribed ✓ is the total # of contacts added who receive Avon emails on your behalf.
The small grey “e” signifies subscribers who added themselves if they requested
product emails & promotions.
Seems simple enough right? If you enter a customer’s email address that is not valid, Avon will not allow you to save it.
In addition, you must have the first and last name fields completed before the contract saves. If you can’t get the last name for any reason, I like to use “Avon Customer” as the last name. At least until I’m able to retrieve the updated info.
My favorite method for getting Avon subscribers is to offer free samples online or when you’re at a booth with other Avon colleagues. Add potential customer emails to your Avon contact list with their permission in exchange for a free lipstick sample.
Yes. Any name that does not appear to have a check mark in the “Subscribed” column has either opted out or is no longer subscribed for another reason.
I have 174 customers and only 60% are subscribed to emails.
Avon customers receive email promotions for Avon Free shipping codes as well as giveaways and free product every couple of days. All of these Avon selling tips with your contact list can be easily navigated from your phone.
Your contact list is your employee. She shows up when you can’t be there. Avon emails remind your customers of deals. Subscribe to your contact list yourself so that you stay in the know!
You can assume that customers who have already made 1-2 purchases are likely to buy again. Send free Avon product samples or a simple thank you card.