How to find a good Online Direct selling Vendor Fair

I have often enjoyed in Online Direct selling Vendor Gatherings. I have been asked, how do you find good vendor gatherings to participate in?

You should really sit down and make a list of JOKER123 what “you” expect you’ll see and get from participating in a online vendor fair. Next, go execute a major search engine and execute a key phrase search for vendor gatherings, direct selling, WAHM parties, etc.

You can also find several vendor gatherings online at WAHM (work at home mom) forum boards as members will post information about them in fair or online party version.

Here are the tips of what you should be looking for when it comes to choosing the right vendor fair to participate in.

  1. Convenience: Are the times posted for the Vendor Fair Time Video poker machines, convenient? Spinning program so well is this, are the time video poker machines great ones that can be used by all time specific zones?

Example: a 9am to 12 noon S’AVÈRE ÊTRE time are not good time video poker machines because Western side Shoreline Consumers are still in bed or busy that early in the morning.

  1. Is there a reasonable Buzz? Are you seeing Fair Advertising? Are you seeing others talking about it? Does it have a previously established success rate?
  2. Fair Spots should run 30-60 minutes long. Anything under thirty minutes is a ruse in my opinion. I once attended a reasonable that the vendors had 10 minute spots, are you kidding around me? By the time they got carried out with their advantages, they cut them off and moved onto the next vendor. Anything over 60 minutes seems to lose the customers can use attention.
  3. Be prepared ahead of time. Type up what you want to say, the special offers you are running and so forth. Proof-read it and then copy/paste when its your time to provide.
  4. Will there be staff (moderators) or owner of the fair in the chat room at all times? This is important because you will get spammers who run around online who seep into forums to cause trouble. So make sure the fair host or staff will be present should problems arise. PHYSICALLY present in the chat room! Not available via PM HOURS, I’M or email.
  5. Rewards for Fair Consumers! Will there be tournament pictures? Fair only special offers? All of this helps to attract consumers to the event.
  6. Is there a back up chat room? When we hold gatherings we have a back up chat room available should the host server go down. This is also an important fact that is often over looked. I also prefer gatherings that the owner uses a PAID chat room. They are more reliable, have more relaxing features and if trouble makers show up, they can be booted and banned.
  7. Rules and Guidelines for Vendors. I think this helps to run a smooth and successful fair. Vendors should be aware of UP FRONT what their responsibilities will be. Vendors should have to agree to them before signing up.
  8. Reasonable Vendor Fee’s sometimes referred to as the costs. I think it ought to be less than $20 per spot.
  9. Reputation… extremely important! There are way too many web owners doing these vendor gatherings and not properly promoting them! They are taking your hard earned money and it ends up being a handful (less than 5 people) in the fair and they are ALL vendors!!!! You want to make sure that the seller fair that you are participating in is being heavily advertised!

Request information from to see if others have inked that particular fair to see if it was successful for them! The more you ask, the more you find out!

  1. Variety, again this is important! You don’t want to attend or participate in a reasonable that doesn’t have a variety of vendors on board! The more variety, the more consumers it drags in. I once attended a reasonable that had 4 cosmetic company consultants in 1 1/2 days and they were all from the same company! Then there were 3 other cosmetic companies also being presented during that time, too many cosmetic consultants! So make sure there is a variety. I love to see gatherings that limit it to ONLY 2 repetitions per company and that those repetitions can not present for a passing fancy day.
  2. Is this fair being held on a professional looking website? I get annoyed when i see these fair owners charging for fair spots but hosting the fair on a freebie website and using a freebie chat room or the website is not professionally done. Customers upon entering a reasonable site or chat room should see professional looking sites! You want customers to take your business seriously!
  3. Is there Vendor Angle Talks before the fair begins? I find myself this is helpful too, especially to newbie vendors! Angle Talks should eventually explain to you the process of the fair, your responsibilities and so forth.
  4. Is there sufficient Pre-Fair communication between the vendor and fair site owner? Are they keeping you informed on things before the fair starts? I find myself this is important too, way too many times I see no communication between Fair owner and the Vendor.
  5. Are you added to the Fair Schedule Promptly? How often is the public fair schedule updated? I had a friend who did a online fair and the fair owner took 9 days to add her to the fair schedule!
  6. Are you forwarded to free banners, buttons and fair ads? This is great advertising and may be utilized. Vendors should cause helping to advertise case. The more we all pitch in to help advertise case, the better the turn out and success!

teen. I also believe Vendors should be processed. Is this fair site owner allowing anyone and everyone to be a vendor? Are they checking out the Vendors to make sure they are legitimate?

These are teen very important things you need to remember when you are selecting a online vendor site to host your online party. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and please do your research before signing up and paying them money for you to participate in their online vendor fair.

Shelly Mountain

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