How many famous people do you see every day making a shit ton of money by endorsing products and companies?
Dwayne Johnson partnered with Under Armour.
Taylor Swift partnered with Coke.
Amy Shumer partnered with Tampax.
Kristen Bell partnered with Old Navy.
Reese Witherspoon partnered with Crate and Barrel.
George Clooney partnered with Nespresso.
Shaquille O’Neal partnered with Papa Johns.
Snoop Dogg partnered with Corona.
How many celebrities do you see on Facebook and Instagram endorsing products?
Take Michael Phelps, for example.
Michael Phelps’s Instagram feed is FULL of paid partnerships with Omega and Pfizer and TalkSpace and Molecule and Whoop and Reeses and The Skills and Nulo Pet Food and Life Cereal and Blue Apron and Silk and Colgate and Leesa and Krave Jerky. And more.
You know why he partners with them?
Because they pay him a bunch of money and they give him a bunch of free stuff.
When you are looking for a new doctor or dentist or therapist or plumber or electrician or contractor, who do you ask for recommendations? Who do you trust?
Do you ask The Rock who his dentist is?
Do you ask Taylor Swift for an electrician recommendation?
How about Snoop Dog?
Or Michael Phelps?
I think there’s a good chance you ask your friends and people you know. Because you trust them.
So if you would make an appointment with a therapist or a dentist on the recommenation of a friend because you trust their judgment, why not also take a recommendation from a friend about a product they use? Or a brand they really love?
Why not buy products that people you actually know and trust recommend?
Why is it socially acceptable for Michael Phelps – who has more money than he will ever need – to get free mattresses and buckets of money from Molecule but when it’s your friends – the people who actually need the extra income – it’s a different story?
A set of molecule cooling sheets costs $109.
You can get a set of sheets at Costco for $11.99.
Are they the same quality? I doubt it.
Is everyone willing to pay $109 for a set of sheets?
I doubt it.
But to some people, it’s worth it.
And some people might love those sheets so much that if they had the opportunity, they’d absolutely partner with the company and get those sheets for free and make some money, too.
A friend of mine loves Epicure.
That’s a social selling/direct sales/network marketing company.
I bought a silicone sheet pan liner from one of the parties she hosted.
I LOVE THAT THING. I use it all the time!
NOTHING sticks to it, and it’s so easy to clean.
I would definitely buy more products from another Epicure party because I love this liner and also because I trust my friend and if she LOOOOOOVES all of their stuff and if she recommends it, then I will listen to her. Because I believe her.
She posts about Epicure products on her Facebook feed all the time. And she’s not even a rep for the company. She just genuinely loves cooking and she shares the products she uses the same way she shares pictures of her family.
Because she loves them.
The other day I was like, Why the heck don’t you become an Epicure rep???
She’s already advertising for the company all the time! Why not profit off of it as well? I mean she introduced Epicure to me – she’s spreading awareness. She’s making the company money!
She should make some money for herself in the process! It’s a 100% genuine recommendation!
Michael Phelps does it! Snoop Dogg does it!
I don’t even know if they actually love the things they endorse, but I know for sure my friend loves Epicure. I’d rather invest my money in her than in Shaquille O’Neal and Papa John’s.
I know network marketing companies have a bad reputation. There are some shitty companies out there. There are also lots of shitty doctors and dentists and therapists.
That’s why you ask people you know and trust for recommendations.
There are some really, really good social selling companies out there.
Zyia is one of them. You aren’t required to buy products, you make at least a 20% commission on sales, and you don’t need to build a team to make money.
Reputable social selling companies are amazing opportunities for people – epsecially women – to make some extra income on their own terms.
Will you be able to support your family solely from partnering with a direct sales company?
Statistics say no. And if someone from a social selling company tells you that’s the norm (or even implies it can happen easily) then that’s not the person to sponsor you.
Making enough money to support your family is possible, but most people don’t make six figures a year from direct sales and quit their jobs.
But Michael Phelps isn’t totally supporting his family from what he makes from Colgate or Blue Apron either.
He’s also not stupid.
Money is money.
And social media is not going anywhere anytime soon.
I don’t see too many commercials on TV with Michael Phelps in them.
But I sure do see a lot of his paid partnerships and advertisements in my Instagram feed. Because that’s what most of us are spending a lot of time on now.
How much time did you spend on Facebook and Instagram yesterday?
There’s a good chance you spent as much time on social media as you did watching TV.
Why THE FUDGE wouldn’t you capitalize on your social media accounts if you could? Why wouldn’t you get paid to share the stuff you love?
Why not make some money on the side if there’s a product you genuinely love and use all the time?
It’s a no brainer!
Would a hundred bucks a month make a difference to you?
It would to me!
That’s an extra $1200 a year!
If a company you already loved and invested in told you they’d pay you and give you free stuff to post about them on Facebook, would you do it?
I live in activewear and athleisure clothes. It’s the only thing I ever wear anymore.
And it’s why I decided to represent Zyia. The clothes are functional, comfortable, stylish and great quality.
Why wouldn’t I partner with a brand I love and wear every day and also get free clothes and make some money from it in the process?
Just like famous people do?
Kendall Jenner, Giselle Bundchen, Kaia Gerber, Rebel Wilson, Hailey Beiber, Ashley Graham, Beyonce… they have all partnered with activewear companies.
I’m doing the exact same thing.
And I’m showing you what the clothes look like on a real live, relatable 53-year-old body.
I’m showing you reality.
As a bonus I get to introduce my friends to a clothing line I think they might also love.
In fact, I’ve helped several of my friends make some extra money this way.
It’s been such a nice surprise in my life.
And it’s pretty awesome to get paid to wear clothes I love.
Just like Micael Phelps gets paid to brush his teeth with Colgate toothpaste. Just like Kendall Jenner gets paid to show a companies activewear on her Instagram feed.
If you love activewear and ahtleisure clothing, I’d love to introduce you to a line of clothing I love and wear every day.
Everything I’m wearing in the following pictures is head to toe from Zyia (except for the shoes).
Sweaters and t-shirts and joggers,
Pajamas and comfort bras,
More cardigans and joggers and tank tops…
Hoodies, jackets, more joggers…
More cardigans and tank tops and sweatpants,
Jackets and shacket and leggings,
Hats and sweats,
More thermal pajamas,
Hoodies and leggings,
Pencil skirts and tops,
Leggings and long sleeve tops and crossbody bags…
Tanks and sweats,
Joggers and jackets and quarter zips,
Super comfy sweats
And more super comfy sweats
I could go on and on.
I didn’t even get to the men’s stuff or the kids’s stuff!
Join my Facebook group to learn more and get daily updates on sales, new arrivals, and restocks.
Interested in potentially becoming a rep?
Wanna get some free and 1/2 off Zyia? I’d love to run a party for you and reward you for helping to share the brand with your friends, just like Michael Phelps, Snoop Dogg, Amy Shumer and pretty much every other celebrity on the planet.
I’m so grateful to be living in a time where I can do this from home or my phone or my laptop or from a hotel room and on my own schedule.
Maybe it’s something that could help you through some tough times, just like it’s helped me.
Email me at email@example.com
I’d love to help you see if this might be a good fit for you, too.