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I'm an online consultant myself but you could do either/or and even both if you like. And I don't do it for the money, I do it to be able to offer my readers the discounts on the magazines. But, after being with them for a while now, I can see how they do earn so much. The products are very high quality and just beautiful.

Become a consultant of Southern Living at HOME or Host a Party. You can host a virtual party through me and earn hostess dollars (to spend in the SLAH catalog), or I can help you get set up as a consultant ($199). Or the best scenario (to save some out of pocket cash) is to host a party first, use the hostess dollars towards the consultant package, and then I can help you get set up as a consultant.

You can earn a 25% profit on your personal sales. You also earn a 5% business supply credit based on retail sales so you don’t spend your profits on important items such as catalogs and order forms. Earn up to an additional 9% of wholesale each month when you build your team.

How much you earn in total hostess rewards depends upon the amount of sales. The max is 20%, and you hit that at $1,500 in sales, which would be more than enough to put towards the consultant fees.

In the Starter Kit: The Starter Kit is filled with samples of exclusive products, supplies to get your business started, and even a one-year subscription to Southern Living magazine—a retail value of more than $500 for only $199 + tax!

For the Magazines: You earn $5 per subscription, but that’s if you want to discount it from the regular 19.95 price, that comes out of your commission. If you are a consultant, you earn both the commission and the hostess dollars on your own orders.

Does all this make sense?

For the SLAH personal website: You are charged $9.95mth. You get your first month free I believe and to be honest, it has really worked for me online and my investment has been totally worth it. I don’t plan to do parties or anything, however I did sell some to my neighbor!! Lol You can see mine here.

Every month has different specials. Example for April: If you get $250 in sales, you get a free Jackson Square Tray and a FREE 8 issue subscription to Southern Living for the hostess. Sometimes there are specials for the customer when they spend xx amount of dollars on one order.

If this is something your interested in, email me for more info: lori {at} mywoodenspoon {dot} com

Example of an online party using the ever so popular All You magazine. She did an excellent job and is perfect example of how to host a party online:) This is to give you an idea of how it's done (but please don't copy).

To see how I have my page setup to sell the All You magazine (2yrs for $17.99), just click!

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As soon as payday rolls around (last day of the month) I want the ALL YOU mag for $17.99 for 2 years. What a deal.
Which is exactly why I'm a consultant...so I can permanently offer that deal to my readers:)

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