The Largest Mistake Most Tupperware Representatives Make

Published: 30th March 2010
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There is one major error that just about all new Tupperware representatives create that is far beyond all the rest.



Your name has to be online in the form of a personal website not just the Tupperware name and corporate website.



Also, it needs to be totally distinct from Tupperware and your upline.



To accomplish this, you must have a online presence in 3 areas: You must have a domain name. You must have a website. And, you need to have a website hosting account.



Now these websites are very simple and easy to figure out but everyone thinks that they are hard. That is one logical reason why Tupperware or your upline will provide it for you. Most imagine it is difficult.



These corporate sites seem to be so convenient and trouble-free. They are hard to resist. Even the cost is correct. They will basically give you one either cheap or for free.



When you connected with Tupperware, they or your organization, provided you a online website just for getting involved. Although it may be for free, it does keep you from placing yourself properly on the Internet.



A corporate website, even an excellent one like Tupperware provides, is planned to highlight Tupperware. It may possibly provide a tiny area for your bio but it is not designed to promote you ' only Tupperware. Also, they can place items without your permission. They control the site. You will be always be promoting Tupperware.



The largest blunder a brand new Tupperware representative makes is not getting their personal name. Remember, other people sign up with you rather than connecting with a business. You should want to have a place to promote you and not Tupperware.



It is so easy to setup your personal name as a website. It is called a "domain name".



For you to have your name as site, you must first register a domain name and get hosting for that domain. Example: Bing.com is a domain name, but you would NOT be able to use that site if it wasn't hosted at a hosting site.



Remember, a domain name is your exclusive home on the Internet. That is the reasoning everyone has to have his or her name! After you select it - no one else can have it.



Here is the fastest and easiest way to prevent this blunder that most Tupperware representatives make::



Get your own domain name with your name like mine: 'DaveLovett.com'. This is me. Oh, if yours is not available, then just get something similar to it like 'DaveandMichelleLovett.com'



Also, you need a website hosting account. I prefer to be with 'one of the big boys' like GoDaddy. This is not a time to go inexpensive. You want it reliable and operating all the time. Pick a "WordPress Blog Hosting Account" so you can get a free blog website up in a few minutes.



Lastly, go and get a simple website up on that hosting account. WordPress will provide them to you for no cost. WordPress calls the free websites, "blogs", and they have 'themes'. They are so simple to set up. You do not have to be fancy or perfect for now. It just needs to be about you.



Let me recommend that you at least go and get YOUR OWN personal name and hosting account now! Here is the dilemma if you fail to do this immediately. .



It is because another person may get your personal name for their domain!



The only resolution to avoid this mistake is to secure your name right now. At least obtain it before another person secures your personal name.



Dave Lovett is a noted Internet and Online Network Marketing Professional. You can learn more about setting up your OWN NAME and HOSTING ACCOUNT at www.DaveandMichelleLovett.com Simple step by step video instructions are available or go directly to GoDaddy for Domain Names and Hosting Accounts.

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