Thursday, May 20, 2010

How to Make Money in a Recession

With so many people out of work, on 3-day weeks and taking wage cuts, people are now looking for alternative ways to make money. There are so many opportunities out there but before you go rushing into anything you have to do your research. New opportunities are popping up all the time, lasting for a few months or a year and then they just disappear as quick as they started. If you have joined one of these and worked your socks off for a year and just as you where starting to get the rewards from you investment of money time and effort they just disappear, this will leave you with a bad taste in your mouth with the home based business opportunity world.


Basically you need to be looking for a company with an established track record and proven success system.15 years ago I came across such a company. Unlike other conventional businesses at the time my only investment out side my initial £40 start up cost was my time and effort’s. I made money from day one and over a period of time I was receiving a residual income from my business. The name of this company is Kleeneze and they are now expanding their distributor base, so in you are looking to make extra money on a part or full time basis they are worth checking out.

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Monday, May 10, 2010

Is this the first signs of green shoots?

Irish consumer spending rose in March and retail sales volume increased, according to the latest Central Statistic Office (CSO) figures.The volume of retail sales (i.e. excluding price effects) increased by 3.6% in March 2010 compared to March 2009 and there was a monthly increase of 2.6%. If Motor Trades are excluded the volume of retail sales decreased by 1.2% in March 2010 compared to March 2009 and the monthly change was +0.6%. A majority of sectors showed year on year volume increases with the most significant being: 1) Motor Trades up 21.9% 2) Non-specialised stores up 0.1% 3) Other Retail Sales up 8.4% and unemployment falling is this a signal that the Irish economy is stablising.

Friday, May 7, 2010

THE POWER OF THE KLEENEZE BRAND

Pauline Palant
Wear the t-shirt, I got stopped by a woman on the road and got asked to put a catalogue through her door in the next street. Met her again on my travels and she asked me to put another one through her friends door. So 2 new customers picked up there

Janet Watts
I have also had people request the catalogue not only by wearing branded clothes but from having a sigh on the cars. From the car signs we have had in the last two weeks two people have asked for info. I also had some one request for information about Kleeneze when i was wearing the polo shirt subsequently they joined the business. So does these things work I think so.

Edward Tuite
Just some positive stories on retail this week, went out doing shop adds wearing Kleeneze branded clothing in 3 shops i was ask did i have a catalogue so give all three shops a catalogue all the staff had ordered products some time ago but had not see a Kleeneze Distributor for a long time so expect an nice order soon. One other lady who is doing Avon ask me for a catalogue as she had not seen anyone from Kleeneze for over a year, also one my customers when i was delivering order ask for a catalogue as she wanted to order more products her 2 orders were €94. Also have received 3 phone calls from shop adds and flyers, while doing some shopping in Power city a salesman wanted info on Kleeneze as he saw me leaving my Kleeneze cards on the counter, wearing branded clothing will get people asking what is it or they say you do Kleeneze.....

Anne Kilcawley
Went into the bank today wearing my Kleeneze branded fleece and the girl behind the counter asked me why I was wearing a fleece with Kleeneze on it. I told her I had my own distributorship, and she asked me to drop her in a catalogue. I dropped her back the catalogue and had inserted 5 Kleeneze flyers and asked her to distribute them to anyone she knows who may need an extra income, She said she'd be delighted.