Friday, March 18, 2011

Woman's Day shares a good way to make money from home

Ok here's the scoop.
Woman's Day Magazine has just mentioned our publishing company as one of the Top Nine Ways to make money at home. Here's the article.
Best of all it doesn't cost you a fortune to get involved. Only $50.00 plus the option of a $100 upgrade pack that gives you huge value. The upgrade pack even pays for a free month of our highly successful Club HM.
Here's 10 other reasons:
Our compensation plan boasts BONUSES of up to $3000.
This is in addition to our already sturdy pay structure.

You will never be alone.
From the day you join our team, you will receive training, support & motivation.

This is YOUR business.
You will be able to identify your own personal business goals & have help to successfully attain them.

We don’t hold parties, we hold workshops.
We provide workshops with a learning atmosphere – then we give them hostess benefits.

We get to help people tell their story.
Everyone has a story. And they have the pictures to prove it.
We get to help them put that into a storybook or on one of our many other products.

Our storybooks change lives.
Whether it’s helping them connect to the past or helping people grieve or even just to tell someone they are loved. Our products change lives.

You get to work with a great team.
Heritage Makers is new to Canada. And only five years old in the US.
Together we can grow this company larger than we could imagine.

People have picture problems.
We provide a picture solution. Either by scanning their heirloom photos with our industry leading equipment or by creating storybooks & more with their 1000’s of JPEG’s.

Earn a FREE cruise.
Just by working your business – you can earn a free luxury cruise for two.
This year the boat is heading to Cozumel & Balize – hope to see you on it.

This business fits any lifestyle.
Whether your goal is to make extra income or to build a business.
Heritage Makers is easy to incorporate into any business plan.
So there you have it. Check it out here
As always,
I am here for questions and to help you along the way.
Barb Ashcroft
Digital Designer with
Independent Heritage Maker Director

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