I do a couple of things to be honest. First the simple one- I am a mom blogger. While it does not pay a lot, yet, I am slowly starting to earn some extra cash here and there but most of my compensation comes in the forms of products. I am a member of sites such as Share a Sale which is where you can become an affiliate for a number of stores. I also write some articles as a Yahoo Contributor which pays based on the # of views. Then there is the sponsored posts that I will do on occassion. It is just a fun way to write, share ideas and opinions by being a mom blogger.
But my biggest job that I am starting to get off the ground is being in IBO for Amway. It is kind of like being an Avon Rep. My site offers anything a person could need from natural make up from the Artistry Line, the natural/organic cleaning line Legacy of Clean, to the organic vitamins from Nutrilite. We also carry a jewelry line and a gift card collection line and laundry items. I could go on. That is why I signed up to be in IBO. It really is a versatile company that has no limits.
Another reason why is because of their payouts. It is commission based but it isnt an MLM type of deal. If you sponsor people and they do not meet their sales qouta- you still get the money for the sales you generate! And if you don't meet your sale quota and your downline does- you still get the bonus commissions from them. The more you do the more you get. Here is a look at their pay scale
100–299.99......................3% of your BV
300–599.99......................6% of your BV
600–999.99......................9% of your BV
1,000–1,499.99................12% of your BV
1,500–2,499.99................15% of your BV
2,500–3,999.99................18% of your BV
4,000–5,999.99................21% of your BV
6,000–7,499.99................23% of your BV
7,500 or more...................25% of your BV
PV, BV AND YOUR PERFORMANCE BONUS
All the products you sell are assigned a Point Value (PV) and a Business Volume (BV). Monthly Performance Bonuses are calculated using the PV and BV you generate through your product orders, the orders created for or by your customers, and those placed by IBOs you sponsor.
PV determines your bonus percentage. The more PV you and Downline IBOs earn each month, the higher your bonus percentage. BV determines the dollar amount that your PV percentage is applied to. Because bonuses are calculated monthly, PV/BV accumulates only in the month it is earned. Balances are not carried forward from month to month.
So pretty much if you hit 100 PV then you get 3% of your sales. The more you sale the more commission you get. But then they have all the other bonus for if you go up to say a diamond, or platnum or ruby level.
If you would like to know more feel free to go here for more information. You may also Contact Me and I would be happy to answer any questions about the products or the business.
About me: My name is Kandi and I am the owner/writer for Gluten Free for Jen. I am a stay at home mother of 2 and started blogging in December of 2011. I started my blog to share my recipes, crafts, stories of my family and product ideas/suggestions and to help promote my Amway Business.