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Sales Opportunity for Homeschoolers – We’re growing and want you with us!

Sales Opportunity: Learning Tangent is looking for a few good talkers.sales opportunity for homeschoolers - make money sharing something you love!

If you can talk your way out of putting the kids to bed when your spouse is heading out for an evening with friends, we want you to talk our way into local stores. We’re looking for moms and dads who love to be social, sharing something they love – homeschool and Learning Tangent. All commissions, you set your own schedule. Interested?

Tell us a bit about yourself:

Be sure to read about Learning Tangent, and what we do. We want you to know exactly the sort of people you’re working with! We love homeschooling and know that you do too, so there’s at least a chance you’ll want to work with us.

Commissions are a flat 20%, so the more stores you visit and talk with – the better!

What you need to do:

  1. Find local stores that may be a good fit for Learning Tangent. These may be grocery stores that have a magazine section, educational supply stores, independent bookstores, or your local cafe.
  2. Figure out who is in charge of ordering and start a conversation. Begin a relationship with them, this isn’t just about selling the magazine to their store, because having a strong relationship with the buyer ensures they are comfortable taking a chance on something new.
  3. Once you have an inkling they are interested, make a suggestion for how many to order, and take their order.
  4. Send the order to us, and we will ship the magazines directly to the store – you do NOT have to deliver them, but you are responsible for visiting periodically and maintaining the relationship.

That’s it! It’s not rocket science, but it does take a particular personality type to do this, and do it well. If you’ve never done any sales before, that’s okay. We’ll talk with you before moving forward and together we’ll decide if it’s something that is worth exploring for you.

For the time being, this program is available only in the US and Canada – but we’re open to discussing other areas too!

 

What do you think?