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Are you or anyone you know looking to Work from Home?

Tail-SwishTail-Swish
posted 1 decade 2 years ago
If you, or anyone you know is looking for a work from home opportunity then why not join Usborne Books as they are currently running a MEGA May discount offer, If you joined on the 1st May it was FREE, join on the 2nd May for £1.00, 3rd May for £2.00 etc
(The price of the kit rises by £1 each day, with prices held over weekends and bank holidays.)

Usborne allows you to be your own boss, work from the comfort or your own home, hours to suit own commitments, no set goals, but loads of incentive and offers and ideal for anyone who likes the idea of benefiting from FREE usborne books.

Please follow the link below to see just how easy getting started is
http://www.usborneonline.org/join_team/starting_is_easy.asp?css=1&org=WAT19536
All you need to do is print the Agreement located at the above link and send of fax it to the Usborne Head Office.If you have any queries or are looking for further information then do not hestitate to contact
me.
My email address is usborne@tail-swishing.co.uk

Usborne Books offers masses of flexibility and potential from a coffee morning selling to
friends, a stall at nursery and toddler groups, suppliying schools and libraries, to running your
own ecommerce business. You really can decide yourself how much time you can give, maybe as a hobby or part time for a little extra income, but if you choose it can be a full time income.

NB: The May Kit worth in total £100, is today (2nd May) only £1.00 includes the 2007 catalogue and a fabulous selection of some of our best-selling titles, the kit is crammed with thrilling Usborne books and stationery giving all New Organisers the best tools to make the most of the forthcoming season.

Regards
Marie
http://www.usborneonline.org/tail-swishing


barefootjanbarefootjan
posted 1 decade 2 years ago
Hi
I did Usborne a few years back and this is certainly one of the best sign-up deals I've seen them do.
The downside of the cheap sign-up promotions I found was that you could get people to join up easily, but, once they had the cheap starter kit they'd take the books and run. Not do diddly-squat afterwards.

Did you experience that in May at all? Have they got any deals this month for new sign-ups?

Janet

Tail-SwishTail-Swish
posted 1 decade 2 years ago
This month its half price to join ie £19 for £100+ starter kit.

In order to stop people just signing up to get the starter kit only they ask that you at least complete £100 of sales in the first three months of joining

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