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How Women Make Money Online: Sell Clothes With LuLaRoe

how women make money onlineIf you’ve ever thought of ways to make money online you’ve probably thought about starting a blog, creating an app or maybe selling items on eBay.  The truth is there are several ways that women can make money online and we’ve discussed a lot of them right here on Blonde & Balanced.

If you’re thinking of starting a new venture and creating your own business or finding ways to make extra money, you don’t have to do it alone.  Women can make money online with their sweethearts – that’s right start a business together.  Honestly, what better way for newlyweds to settle into their new lives than set up shop together and put a little extra cash in your pockets.

Have you ever attended an at-home-shopping-party?

Selling items to their family and friends isn’t a new way for women to make money – just think plastic containers for your food and makeup delivered right to your door. If you’re a child of the 70s, 80s or 90s you may remember your mom hosting or attending Tupperware parties.  I have a drawer full of Tupperware containers, how about you?  If you bring your lunch to work everyday it may be in a Tupperware container.

Then there’s Avon.  Did the “Avon Lady” come knocking at your door once a week?  My mother still gets the Avon catalogue and orders makeup from the neighborhood “Avon Lady”. No joke.

But there’s a new way for women to make money online and it seems to be growing in popularity.  Have you heard about LuLaRoe?  It’s the same idea of hosting a Tupperware party, but instead of selling plastic containers to keep your food fresh, women are selling clothes.

Make Money with LuLaRoe

LuLaRoe is a company that sells clothing through home-based parties and internet parties.  Now you’re probably wondering, how does my husband fit into this?  Well the odds of your girlfriends coming over to buy clothes at a fashion party hosted by your husband are probably slim to none. Or maybe they would love it.

The best way to maximize your efforts and infiltrate more than one market at a time is to split up the business.  You can host at-home-shopping parties with food and drinks for your family, friends and co-workers while your husband takes care of the online business.

Get online and start selling clothes

One of the best things about making money online is that you don’t necessarily have to be a subject matter expert in the product, at least not at the beginning, all you need to do is be tech savvy.  Your hubby can set up shop online by creating a website, finding a guest list for online shopping parties through social networks and researching best practices for online retailers.  Doesn’t that sound great?!

You can take all the knowledge and feedback from your in-home shopping parties and apply them online to help your husband find the target clientele, most popular pieces of clothing and how to pitch the LuLaRoe clothing brand.  It’s teamwork at it’s best and it can be very profitable.

Tell us what you think

Is getting into business with your newly wed husband a good idea?

If you sell clothes with LuLaRoe or have ever bought a piece of clothing from a retailer, we would love to hear your story.  Please share your comments and thoughts below.

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If you’re in business with your husband, please share your success stories and struggles so we can inspire other women to make money online.

Finally, please note that some people really hate LuLaRoe – for example Saving Advice did a hit piece on them, but others have done favorable reviews, so you’ll have to decide for yourself.

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TK

TK is a Certified Financial Planner with over 15 years of experience in the banking industry. She started blogging in 2009 after the market crash. TK enjoys helping people plan their retirement, pay off debt, invest wisely, live on a budget and enjoy happy financial lives. You can see what she's up to on Twitter @TahnyaKristina.

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