Sunday, 27 February 2011

Can You Make Money With Kleeneze ?

Will I make any money if I join Kleeneze is a question we get asked quite often. The short answer is yes, but you will have to apply yourself and follow a simple system that we will teach you.

The company has been trading in profit for 87 years with a huge turnover so there are a lot of people buying the products. There is loads of evidence including testimonials showing how people all over the UK, Ireland, Holland & Germany are earning money with the Kleeneze opportunity. Some are generating second incomes of £50 - £200+ per week working spare time hours, whilst others work the business full time and are earning £2000 - £5000+ per month. These incomes can be backed up as unlike some network marketing companies Kleeneze publish turnover and incomes.

When we are speaking to potential new distributors who are sceptical about whether they will earn any money, we tell them our story and show them our first income cheque. We also show them how incomes are related to the effort you put in by highlighting that on average if you work with 200 catalogues going out each week you can earn in excess of £50 per week. See the Income From Retailing chart for details.

Your income going forward will be related directly to the effort and commitment you put in, whether just as a Retailer or as a Team Builder.

If you are to succeed long term and make the big incomes you will need to "teachable" and also be able to apply some simple idea's to your business. For example you will need a "desire" to succeed; as a self employed distributor you will need to be self motivated, with clear goals that you are working towards. You will also need to be focused; to build a business that generates a residual income will typically take 3 - 5 years. And you will have to learn about the business and network marketing which you can do from talking to other successful distributors at meetings and seminars, and also from reading books, and listening to audio's such as this one from one of the top earners in the business Rob Forster.

Saturday, 26 February 2011

Kleeneze MD Jamie Stewart Chats To Chris Mason-Paull

Chris Mason-Paull has been a Kleeneze distributor for 18 years, and was the first millionaire in the business, have a listen to his words of wisdom.

Friday, 25 February 2011

To Succeed In Business You Need To Adopt A Positive Attitude

Having a positive attitude will help you in all aspects of your life, as Thomas Jefferson said "Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal. Nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong attitude".

Are you an optimist or a pessimist ? Is your glass half full or half empty ?  At the end of the day you can decide to be either one or the other. We all start out in life with a positive attitude to everything, just take a look at young children, their minds haven't yet been soiled by negativity, when they start learning to ride a bicycle and fall off, they just get straight back on again, they don't blame the "stupid bike" as an adult would do.

If you have a pessimistic outlook then you will help yourself enormously if you can change it. If you have a task to complete adopt the attitude of whatever it takes, don't give up at the first hurdle, the Harry Potter author J.K.Rowling had twelve refusals before her first book was accepted. Jeff Keller relates a story in his book Attitude Is Everything about a man named Benjamin Roll who at the aged of 67 graduated from Law School in California. However before he could practice law he had to pass the Bar Exam. The first 13 times he sat the examination he failed, and as the examination is given only twice a year he was by now aged 73. Did he give up? No sir, he took it again in 1997 at the age of 74 and passed. Benjamin said that he was going to pass the exam come what may if he lived long enough. That is having a positive attitude, not knowing what it means to fail, the desire to achieve whatever it takes. 

I recall listening to Ed Ludbrook speak at a Kleeneze conference a couple of years ago, he was making a point about how the British people are, in general, lacking in positivity when compared to other nationalities especially Americans. Ed said if you greet an American you meet in the street and ask how they are, the likely response is I'm great or fantastic, ask the same question of someone in the UK and they will say, not too bad thanks. If this is your usual response, the next time someone asks about how you are, say I'm great, or I'm fantastic, you will feel better about yourself, and probably make the enquirer do a double take.

You have a lot to gain with a positive attitude especially in business. It also promotes better health, attracts other positive people to you and success into your life. You are what you think, as Henry Ford said Whether you think you can or think you can't, either way your probably right. So  start each day with a positive outlook, focus on your goals, and all the positive aspects that you have in your life. Work hard at your business, associate only with positive people, adopt a "will do whatever it takes" approach, and never give up.

Thursday, 24 February 2011

An Inspirational Story

Take a few minutes to read this testimonial, it just goes to show what can be done if there is a will.  This couple had been through a traumatic time when they found Kleeneze, and then new challenges were thrown at them just as they got started..... but as you will see they had the desire to succeed, and succeed they did!

If you have the desire to improve your life, sack your boss, or just earn an extra £50+ per week to help with the bills etc, then please contact us... we can help you.

Kim and Karen Corfield
In October 2010 Kim and I were recovering from a period in our lives which
had left us in financially dire straits. Kim had taken a year out from work to 
undergo treatment for throat cancer then I became ill and had to undergo 
major surgery which meant my income was lost for another three months. 
We had no insurance and neither of us received sick pay.  We needed to 
earn some extra money fast to meet loan and credit card payments. 

On top of that I was very unhappy in my job as a nurse in a local nursing 

home. For years I had longed to become self employed but didn‘t have the 
cash or ideas to start out.  Kim had heard of Kleeneze and was particularly 
drawn to the idea of being able to make extra money without the need for 
face to face hard selling.

We found our sponsor Richard through an internet advertisement and began 

with much relief, hope for our future, but quite a few reservations as to how 
far Kleeneze could actually take us.

Our first period could not have been more chaotic or challenging if we had 

planned it.  We adopted a new puppy, the flat flooded, I got a 
serious chest infection and to put the icing on the cake, on the day 
we collected our first orders I was made redundant from my job.

But that’s helped us see the potential in Kleeneze because working alone, 

as I was too ill to help much, with only 200 catalogues, in only 3 weeks and 
with all the distractions and chaos, Kim managed to earn us our first cheque, 
below, for £312.62. 

We had made almost double our initial investment back!  What would we be 

able to achieve with both of us working to our full capabilities in a focused 
and organised way? 

We have been impressed from the start at the openness of the company and 

everyone’s earnings are readily available for all to see. We now understand that 
we too can set our own goals and that they are fully attainable with the right 
attitude and willingness to put in some hard work.

We are already meeting likeminded people at our local meeting who have 

‘made it’ and are more than happy to encourage and support us in our efforts 
to do the same.

Read all about the Kleeneze Home Based Business Opportunity at &
To contact us call 01933 698414 (24hrs) Text “Sack” to 07947 829479

Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Do You Struggle To Find Out Of School Care For Your Kids ?

If you struggle to find suitable childcare facilities as in the report below, then perhaps you should consider changing your circumstances so that you do not need to rely on childcare. Perhaps you should take a look at the Kleeneze opportunity, where there are already many mums with school age kids who are making a success of running their own business, and who also have the flexibility to work when they choose so that child care is not needed. These mums have the best of both worlds, as they not only get to see more of their children, but they are also saving the cost of having someone else look after their kids.

Many parents of school-age children struggle to find suitable childcare, a survey by the Daycare Trust suggests.
A poll of 116 family information services across England, Scotland and Wales found 60% had had parents report a lack of childcare in their area.
Just 28% said there was sufficient childcare for primary pupils locally.
Only 12% said there was suitable provision for parents who worked shifts and just 11% said there was cover for the parents of disabled children.
"The availability of childcare for school-age children remains low," said the report for the childcare charity.
"Only 28% of family information services are saying that sufficient childcare exists across their entire local authority for primary school age.
"For secondary school age children the picture is even worse, with just 14% reporting sufficient childcare in the whole authority."

The survey also questioned family information services about the cost of childcare for pre-school children.
It found the average annual cost for 25 hours of nursery care a week for a child under the age of two was £5,032 in England, £5,220 in Scotland and £4,723 in Wales.
For a child minder, the same provision was £4,680 in England, £4,665 in Scotland and £4,687 in Wales.
The research suggests costs vary considerably between regions and within regions.
Not surprisingly, London and the South East were the most expensive areas for childcare.
In London, the average weekly cost for 25 hours nursery care for a child under two is £118.54 (equating to £6,164 per year).
In the North West is £82.70 a week (£4,300 per year).

Read all about the Kleeneze Home Based Business Opportunity at &
To contact us call 01933 698414 (24hrs) Text “Sack” to 07947 829479

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Why Do People Quit Network Marketing ?

So why do people quit ? As a caring sponsor you will have shown your new distributors how your business operates, step by step, so that you do not overwhelm them with information, and then they quit!! Some will have a good reason to quit but most don't yet they still quit. If we knew the answers as to why they quit we would all have much bigger teams and much bigger incomes.

Ed Ludbrook, author of "The Network Coach", "100% Success Basics", "The Big Picture" etc is running a free webinar on the 7th & 10th of March, in which he will cover: The three main reasons why people quit, and how to find out the real reason why one of your people is quitting. How to stop people from quitting in the first place. What to do and say if one of your people is talking about quitting. And how to reactivate "Dead" people.

If you haven't heard Ed speak or read any of his books then you really need to if you are serious about building your network marketing business, we are all in for a treat, and this is FREE!!!

I would thoroughly recommend that you register for one of the webinar broadcasts, because even if you can't make one of the sessions all registrants will receive a recording of the webinar and webinar notes. 

Here are the links to register for the UK broadcasts:

 March 7th at 9am   March 7th at 8.30pm   March 8th at 2am

 March 10th at 9am   March 10th at 8.30pm  March 11th at 2am

Read all about the Kleeneze Home Based Business Opportunity at &
To contact us call 01933 698414 (24hrs) Text “Sack” to 07947 829479

Monday, 21 February 2011

The Fear Factory

At the Kleeneze conference in January the authors of Go For No, Richard Fenton & Andrea Waltz gave a presentation that blew us and the rest of the audience away. A couple of weeks later purely by chance I clicked a link whilst surfing that took me to a web page where Andrea mentioned their book The Fear Factory, and shortly after I downloaded it from Amazon Kindle.
I have to say that it is an awesome book, if you find it hard to step out of your comfort zone in any area of your business then this book will help you.

This is how Amazon describes the book:

"What if there really was a Fear Factory? What if there was actually a company whose business it was to manufacture fear? What would their mission statement be? How would they go about marketing their product to the consumer? Who would their competition be? And where would they set up operation?

It's a rainy Seattle morning and account executive Steven Traynor is on his way to the most important business meeting of his life. But as the elevator ascends toward the client's office on the 14th floor of the Fearn Tower office building, Steven's life is about to change forever. In this book you will learn...

- The only fears that come as "standard equipment" at birth
- How fears are manufactured, bought, and "sold" at the Fear Factory
- To identify the "triggering events" that cause fears
- How to desensitize yourself to the things you fear
- Ways to turn fear into the fuel needed to accomplish goals
- Why you must do something everyday that scares you!
- And how to put the Fear Factory out of business forever!

The lessons that Steven learns on his wild journey through the Fear Factory are going to have a profound impact on his life... will it do the same for you? Come in and take a tour for yourself!"

Sunday, 20 February 2011

Are You An Unemployed 18 - 24 Year Old ?

How sad it is that youth unemployment in the UK has reached record levels as reported in the article below recently.

Young people are being "shunted into the sidelines" as they face a growing threat of unemployment, a business group has warned. Andrew Cave, from the Federation of Small Businesses, said the future looked gloomy for the young unemployed.
The latest figures showed youth unemployment rose to a fresh record high, with more than one in five 16 to 24-year-olds out of work.
Prime Minister David Cameron said the figure was a matter of "great regret".
The latest official statistics showed that youth unemployment rose by 66,000 to 965,000 in the three months to the end of December, the highest level since comparable records began in 1992.
The youth unemployment rate was 20.5%, compared with a general unemployment rate of 7.9%.
Mr Cave said that the figures, which extended the record numbers recorded a month earlier, were "devastating" for young people.
"It is quite clear that there is a two-track economy opening up," he said.
"We are hearing that big business and the banks are returning to profit, but small business and particularly young people are being shunted into the sidelines to a certain extent."

What must it be like to be young and out of work ? Our young people are the future of our country and should be helped and encouraged to find a career path, but it seems that this government are just not interested in the youth of today! Is this just another example that the traditional job world as we know it is dying out ?
We can help unemployed young people aged 18+ create an immediate income, and show them how to build their own successful home shopping business with a four figure monthly income.

Read all about the Kleeneze Home Based Business Opportunity at &
To contact us call 01933 698414 (24hrs) Text “Sack” to 07947 829479

Saturday, 19 February 2011

Kleeneze - Effective Retailing Pt 3

The third and final section of our guide to retailing effectively covers Customer service – a very very important part of retailing effectively – we have all been into shops and walked out because of poor service, long queues in supermarkets etc so give your customers the very best service you can, you need to stand head and shoulders above your competition.
You need to give your customers the best possible service so that they remain your customers, and don’t start ordering from another distributor. You have worked hard to get them so you need to work hard to keep them.

Here’s how we do it.

Use the day slip – They were designed for a reason, to give information to your customers, don’t forget to put your phone number at the bottom.
Collect on the right day, if the day slip says collect Monday, then collect Monday. When the customer goes out to work on a Tuesday morning and your catalogue is still on the step they will think “waste of time”
So create a good impression and collect on the right day.

Similarly use the Thank you slip when you pick up an order, it does two things, one it lets your customer know that you have collected their order, and two it tells them when you will be delivering it.

Make sure you deliver on the day stated on the slip. Its all about good customer service.

Again make sure your phone number is on the slip, so the customer can get hold of you if they need to. We get at least one call every week asking if we can deliver the next day as they are going out. We also get customers phoning us with orders, so make sure your phone number is known by all your customers. Put it on all the slips.

Deliver the order in a Kleeneze bag, if an item is out of stock let the customer know that you will reorder it and deliver it the next week, in our case on a Saturday, as that’s when we always deliver our orders.
We put a little bag containing two sweets in with all our deliveries, it also includes a note that simply says thank you for your order, followed by our name and phone number.
Make sure you have got plenty of change, wear your Kleeneze badge, be courteous, have a smile on your face, chat to your customers, get to know them, for some you will be the only friendly face they will see that day, so let them tell you about all their aches and pains, say thank you, so important, thank you for your order Mrs Jones, don’t cut across the grass, shut the gate on your way out. Your customers are your life blood so look after them and they will reward you with their loyalty. 

Read all about the Kleeneze Home Based Business Opportunity at &
To contact us call 01933 698414 (24hrs) Text “Sack” to 07947 829479

Friday, 18 February 2011

Kleeneze - Effective Retailing Pt 2

Further to my blog post yesterday, here is the second part of our guide to effective retailing:

Organisation – If you are not organised there is no way you will retail effectively, so you need to get organised,

Catalogues – You need to work with the right number of catalogues - 250 that’s so important.You will lose some everyone does, so remembering what was said before about replacing tatty ones you need to plan ahead and always have a top up box in hand, otherwise you will put out 230 the next week, then you lose a few more and before you know it you have only got 200 catalogues to put out. You will only retail effectively if you consistently put out 250 catalogues week after week. And by working with 250 catalogues you should reach the Fast Start Bonus in your first full period and qualify for a free box of catalogues.

Work a consistent 4 or 5 week cycle, your customers will get used to seeing your catalogues every few weeks, and you will reap the benefits with regular orders.

You need to keep records of who your customers are, how else will you remember where to go back to in 4/5 weeks time.
We use round books, they are an invaluable tool for recording all the information about your customers.

It would be interesting to hear from other Kleeneze distributors with their own effective retailing tips.... please feel free to comment.

Read all about the Kleeneze Home Based Business Opportunity at &
To contact us call 01933 698414 (24hrs) Text “Sack” to 07947 829479

Thursday, 17 February 2011

Kleeneze - Effective Retailing Pt 1

Effective Retailing is not just about putting out catalogues, collecting them in, and delivering orders, anyone can do that. The last bloke that put a catalogue through our door about 5 years ago did just that, and he doesn't do Kleeneze any more. We placed an order with this guy and when he turned up to deliver it he was pushing a rusty old buggy that looked like it belonged on the rubbish tip, I think that’s where he had got his clothes from as well, god he was scruffy.

Effective Retailing is about putting out catalogues, collecting them in, and delivering orders… Effectively… To illustrate this I am going to cover three topics the first of which is Presentation.

Its so important to create a professional image for your Kleeneze business so that you are the best distributor in your area. Lets give you some idea’s how to do this.

The catalogue is your shop window you want it to look the best it can to attract your customers to buy. Take a walk down your local high street, which shops are full of customers…. the ones with an attractive shop window, if you were a butcher and had rotten looking meat in the window would you expect customers to come in NO -  So don’t put tatty looking catalogues out to your customers. Make sure they are clean and fresh looking, and remember to stick your label on the back of the main book.

Snappy Bags - Make sure your snappy bags look good, when you turn round your catalogues, check the snappy bags, if they have got holes in, or someones cut the top off because they can’t work out how to open them, or they just look dirty change them for a new one.

You need to create a good impression - You need to look the part, after all you are running your own business, so dress smartly when you are out and about doing your Kleeneze business. If you turn up at the door like the guy with the buggy you will create a lasting impression in the mind of your customers, unfortunately it will be the wrong impression.
We always wear our ID badge so that it is visible, we feel it creates a more official look.  And it also helps the little old ladies who don’t like opening the door to strangers to see who is at their door.
You can buy the badge holders from Staples for a few quid for a box of 10 or so. Also useful to give out to your downline.

Read all about the Kleeneze Home Based Business Opportunity at &
To contact us call 01933 698414 (24hrs) Text “Sack” to 07947 829479

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

More Kleeneze New Starter Success Stories

Carol Hunter joined with the Break Free kit. She initially requested a catalogue through our Kleeneze website, but as she lived in Scotland it was a bit far for us to deliver one. So, instead we did an online presentation. After she joined, we advised her that as she worked in a hospital to get the catalogue around her work colleagues and friends. With her first 5 catalogues, she collected £164.25 in orders. She now has the catalogues out to another 5 friends and is eagerly awaiting her free catalogues.
(Sent in by Ram and Sylvia Laing, Silver Senior Executive Distributors)

Our new starter, Nicky Amamize is doing amazingly well. Originally when I spoke with her about joining she wanted the Break Free kit. I explained that if she really wanted to earn more money from the off, she may be better off investing in the Business Builder Kit and she could get stuck in with more catalogues from day one. And that’s just what she did, starting with the Business Builder 50. Nicky is a full-time mum of three sons, two of which are at school. While the boys are at school, she goes out with her youngest son, and spends the day presenting and collecting the catalogues. Within her first 2 weeks she hit the 10% level, and now in her third week she has
placed another order for £475 and sponsored her first team member.
I am so proud of her; I know she is going to go very far.
(Sent in by Zoe Climpson, Gold Distributor)

Claire and I joined Kleeneze on 2 February with the Break Free option. Having worked for 16 years with a local supermarket, my hours were cut down from 36.5 per week to only 16 hours. Claire is a qualified care assistant for the elderly, and took time out after the birth of our two
young daughters, now aged 5 and 3. However, once my hours were cut, she started to look for work, but to no avail. Since we joined Kleeneze, Claire and I have made £241.95 worth of sales in one week, giving us a profit of £50. We had five books to start and, as advised, distributed
them to people that we know. We gave the catalogues to 22 people and had 14 orders from those. We are very excited about the return and are in the process of speaking to friends and colleagues about this wonderful opportunity.
Sponsored by Rhian and Anthony Jones)

Details of how the Break Free option works can be found in my blog post dated February 11th.

Read all about the Kleeneze Home Based Business Opportunity at &
To contact us call 01933 698414 (24hrs) Text “Sack” to 07947 829479

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Fantastic First Week For A New Kleeneze Distributor

This story is typical of what can happen to anyone starting their own Kleeneze business if they just get stuck in .......the story has been shared by distributors Sue & Steve Ferguson, and Dave & Jane Mounsey.

Hi Sue & Steve,

Just to let you know about Dean Renshaw who completed the link on Monday evening.
Dean has been out of work and has been unable to get a job so he started on the break free option.
I arranged to see him Wednesday evening, armed with the recent ‘track your success’ flyer, a copy of the income chart and a copy of the circles.

Within 5 minutes of me showing him these documents he was on the phone to his best friend Anthony and we sent him the link to join.

On Friday his neighbour Chloe joined and that evening we all listened to Craig White’s Conference call at Dean’s house and everyone was amazed what could be achieved with such a simple system.

On Saturday Dean’s friend Daniel got started and this afternoon another 2 family members have too.
Dean has already got orders over £75 having presented the books to 20 of his neighbours over the last few days and will be putting the order in tonight.

He has another friend coming round later so he may have another team member tonight!!
I am impressed with his actions but what makes this even more impressive is that they don’t have a car and they have walked at least 6 miles on each occasion to speak to their friends who live in neighbouring towns.
Anthony has also shown an interest in building a team and has sponsored a friend this afternoon!!!
Can’t wait to see what happens next week as Dean really has got the bit between his teeth.
To sum it up, he has been in the business 6 days and has 6 team members!!!!!!!

We are so excited for him!!

Read all about the Kleeneze Home Based Business Opportunity at &
To contact us call 01933 698414 (24hrs) Text “Sack” to 07947 829479

Monday, 14 February 2011

Do You Work In the Public Sector ? - Sharp rise in job losses forecast by survey

Redundancies are set to rise sharply in the next few months as public sector cuts bite, a survey has suggested.
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development study found redundancy intentions with employers were at their highest level since it began in 2004.
Four out of 10 organisations planned redundancies in the first quarter of this year, the survey discovered.
These included one-third of NHS employers, half of central government and three-quarters in local government.
The organisations affected typically proposed to cut around one in 10 employees, increasing to one in eight in the public sector.

Read all about the Kleeneze Home Based Business Opportunity at &
To contact us call 01933 698414 (24hrs) Text “Sack” to 07947 829479

Sunday, 13 February 2011

Do You Know Someone In This Situation ?

Everyday there seems to be even more doom and gloom, with rising prices, increasing debts, higher unemployment etc (see the report below) and everyone is feeling the pinch. If you are struggling to keep your head above the water or know of someone who is, please let them know that we are here to help them. We can help them earn an extra income that might just make the difference..... see our website for details.

The finances of private tenants deteriorated in December, with nearly 12% of all rent unpaid or paid late.
The arrears were calculated as part of a monthly survey by the property firm LSL, and were up from total rent arrears in November of 10%.
LSL said unpaid rent now amounted to £276m, the highest level since December 2009.
It said tenants' finances were being squeezed by higher unemployment and warned that arrears would become worse.
"Arrears have been rising since October as public sector spending cuts start to bite in many areas of the country," said David Newnes of LSL.
"With unemployment set to increase this year, and rents likely to rise once more in the spring, more tenants will be at risk of falling behind with rent payments."

Saturday, 12 February 2011

Kleeneze Ticks All The Boxes

If you were looking at Network Marketing as a way of supplementing your income or developing a life changing business you would need to ask searching questions of the opportunity to make sure that it would be a good investment eg

Is it a reputable company ? - You will be talking to people you know about the opportunity so you will need to be sure that the opportunity and the company behind it are credible, after all your reputation will be on the line. Kleeneze is a founder member of the Direct Selling Association and is owned by a FTSE250 listed British plc with a turnover in excess of £600m. 

Is it a well established company ? - Look for a company that has been around for at least five years, as many don't last that long, and if it has survived a recession thats even better, as there will be a good chance that it will survive the current economic crisis. Kleeneze was established in 1923, so has survived many recessions.

Will you make a profit from it ? - After all this is the reason why you will be going into business, so you need to know that you will make money from the off. We started our own Kleeneze business in September 2006 with an investment of less than £200, our first four weekly income cheque was for £459.19

Do you want to do it ? - If a company presses you via a flashy sales pitch be wary, don't get caught up in the hype, a good company worth its salt will simply give you some information and let you decide. We know from personal experience that the Kleeneze network operates in this way, we were directed to an online presentation and made our decision based on that and our own research.

So as you can see Kleeneze really does tick all the boxes, so if you are looking for a way to supplement your income take a look at our website and let us know if this is the right opportunity for you.

Friday, 11 February 2011

How You Can Start Your Own Kleeneze Business FREE

Yes that is correct, its not a typo, you can now start your own business as a Kleeneze distributor for zero investment, how fantastic is that!!

This is the basics of how it works:

When you complete your registration with us the company send you a starter kit which includes 5 catalogue packs for you to circulate around your family, friends, neighbours, work mates etc, and collect orders.

However before the catalogues even arrive at your home you can start to generate business by sending emails to everyone you know asking them to browse the catalogues online and email you with their orders.

You will earn 21% commission on all the orders you take, and you can earn more free catalogue packs by hitting targets in your first 3 weeks:

5 free packs for hitting £75 of orders in the first 21 days.

25 free packs for hitting £150 of orders in the first 21 days.

When you reach the £150 level not only will you have earned about £32 but you will now have 30 extra packs with which to generate even more orders. And it has not cost you a penny just a little bit of time and effort.

For further information or to get started FREE please leave your details on the "Contact Us" page on our website

Thursday, 10 February 2011

Are You Still Working For A Boss ?

Now why would you do that in today's changing society, haven't you heard ? the only people who get rich in the traditional job world are the bosses, that's why so many people have taken the decision to let go of this old hat method of earning an income, and have switched to working for themselves.

Being your own boss, working around your family and being in charge of your own hours, income and holidays is the way forward, especially considering that the traditional job world can no longer offer any job security, you never know when it will be your turn to be shown the door.

For many people starting their own home business is the best decision that they will ever make. Though it is not something to rush into, you need to do some homework, and research the many different concepts & products before deciding which is best suited for you and your family.

Having said that, it will not suit everyone, think about this for a moment: Do you have the discipline to get up every day and commit to doing whatever it takes to reach your goals?
You will need to have or develop that mindset in order to make a success of your home based business. However though you will be working for yourself if you join us in Kleeneze you will not be working by yourself. The network of Kleeneze distributors has developed over the years because of the support system that is in place. Everyone who joins does so through an existing distributor, who has the responsibility of showing you how the business works and how to develop it to achieve the level of income you desire.

If you are ready to make the change, take a look at what Kleeneze can offer you via our website and leave your details on the Contact Us page and we will be in touch to advise you about the different start up options available to you.

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Kleeneze Business Start Up Cost v Retail Shop Start Up Cost

And we are not just talking money here !!

If you were considering opening a shop in your local area I imagine that unless you are cash rich that you will have to go cap in hand to your bank with a business plan to apply for a start up loan that will require you to put your home up as surety.
There is a great deal of risk involved so is this a good idea ?
How long will it be before you make a profit and can take an income out of the business ?
How many hours are you going to have to work each week ?
How are you going to keep going with all the stress this is going to put on you ?
I could go on with the negatives .....

Now lets look at what is involved with starting a Kleeneze Home Shopping business. First off the start up cost is less than what someone working 40 hours on minimum wage will earn in a week, so anyone can afford the investment.
For your investment you are given 250 shops, (while your catalogues are in your customers houses each one is potentially earning you money).
Most new starters are in profit within the first four weeks, some even quicker than that.
You only need to work a minimum of 8 - 10 hours per week to develop your Kleeneze business, so you can easily do this in your spare time around your current employment.
I could go on with the positives.....

To me there is no comparison, it boils down to Risk v No Risk, Stress v Stress Free, Working 100 hours per week v 8 - 10 hours per week, etc. etc.

If you want to know more about the fantastic Kleeneze business opportunity please visit our website here

Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Retailing with Kleeneze Is A Breeze

Further to my post yesterday about starting to retail with Kleeneze, it really is a breeze, and gets easier, not that its hard in the first place, over time. Let me explain.

When you start with us as a Kleeneze distributor we recommend that you work with ideally 250 catalogues being distributed each week, we call this blanket dropping. (You can work with less but then you will earn less) The object of blanket dropping is to find customers who want to order products from you. Now the national average return is one in ten, therefore you can expect to pick up around about 25 orders (and 25 customers) from the 250 catalogues you have delivered.

We recommend that you work a four week cycle, so in your first four weeks with us you will deliver catalogues to 1000 houses in your local area, and so will generate about a £1000 of orders (earning approx £275) and already have 100 customers.

In week 5 you will deliver catalogues again to the same houses that you started with in week one, thus giving your customers a regular four weekly service. Week 6 follows as week 2 and so on. 

You carry on this four week cycle covering these 1000 houses for 6 months, which gives everyone six chances to buy from your catalogue, and you will gradually increase your total number of customers. By this time you will have accumulated, based on the national averages, about 350 - 400 customers which will become your customer base.

Now this is where it becomes a breeze..... what you do now is to cross off everyone who has not ordered from you, because after six chances its unlikely that they will, and thus you will have about 95 - 100 customers in each of your four rounds. So now you will be working with about 100 catalogues each week, therefore it will take you a lot less time to earn the same income, and you have just had an increase in your hourly rate. And that doesn't happen very often in the job world !! And do you know what ? Any time you want a pay rise just put more catalogues out !!

If you are intrigued to know more about the Kleeneze opportunity please click here to visit our website.

Monday, 7 February 2011

How to make the perfect poached eggs

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Retailing With Kleeneze

People have a lot of misconceptions as to what is actually involved retailing as a Kleeneze distributor, usually formulated by what they have been told by a friend of a friend who's cousin tried it a few years ago.

What it is NOT .... is selling;  Kleeneze distributors are not sales people, we do not do any selling, we have catalogues that do the selling for us. All we do is post the catalogue packs through letter boxes, typically 200 - 250 packs per week when you first start, and collect them from the doorstep a couple of days later, with or without an order, how easy is that !

Naturally some people will have forgotten to leave the catalogue pack outside for us to collect, in which case we post a reminder slip to prompt them to leave it outside for us the next day so that we can collect it.

The next stage is to process the orders to Kleeneze which is done online and only takes a few minutes, the goods are then delivered to the distributor 48 hours later.

You then place the customer orders into bags ready to deliver, take payment by cash or cheque on the doorstep and that's you done.

The process described above based on 200 - 250 catalogues per week will take no more than 8 - 10 hours of your spare time spread across the week, and based on the national average catalogue returns will earn you in the region of £50 - £70. A nice extra spare time income!

To find out more about retailing with Kleeneze please click here.

Sunday, 6 February 2011

Are You Unhappy At Work ?

Three out of four people are unhappy at work, but many will not bother looking for another job for at least a year, according to a new study.

A survey of 2,600 people showed how "rough" the past year had been, with 40 per cent suffering work-related stress, around one in eight having their pay cut, a third being made redundant and a similar number being overlooked for promotion.

One in five of those questioned by online recruitment firm said they would wait to look for a new job, partly because they did not believe there were enough vacancies around.

Workers in sales were least satisfied with their jobs, while those in engineering, hospitality, tourism, manufacturing and transport were among the happiest.

Isabelle Ratinaud of said: "It's really quite concerning to see how unhappy people are in their jobs, and how scared they are to change their situation. It is clear that the economic climate has had an impact on career confidence.

"With recent figures showing a contraction in the economy and the ongoing impacts of austerity cuts to public spending looming, one could be forgiven for thinking that change is not going to happen any time soon."

I ask myself why people stick with a job that makes them unhappy. I was in that situation 5 years ago, employed as a Sales Executive, and the job was controlling my life, so I got off my backside and did something about it, and I am so glad that I did. The change was made possible for us because we started our own business with Kleeneze working spare time hours around our jobs. Gone are the days of working a job that stressed me out, I now just work part time in a job that I do not have to take home with me at the end of the day. At the end of my shift I can happily forget about work until the next day.

If you would like to have an informal chat to see how Kleeneze can work for you please get in touch with us, we would love to talk to you.

Saturday, 5 February 2011

JOB stands for Just Over Broke

That's right because the only people who make any money in the job world are the bosses, the average guy who works for a Boss for 45 years will retire at the age of 65, if he's lucky, potless and broke.

Not only that, but they the bosses dictate what time you have to go to work, what time you can finish, and if you ask for time off it feels like they are doing you a favour when they say ok.

And think about the security as well, when I left school my dad advised me to get a job at the local steel works, he said it would be a job for life. Boy am I glad I ignored his advice, the whole place shut down about 20 years ago, "job for life" that does not exist any more. When the Boss decides that he is done with you he can just toss you aside like an oily rag. There is hardly a day goes by without some company or other announcing redundancies on the TV or in the newspapers, thing is you never hear of the Boss being made redundant!

The Kleeneze Opportunity is not a "job" it is your own home based business, you are the BOSS. So you decide what hours you work, you decide when you have a holiday, you cannot be made redundant, and if you put in the time and effort you can create a life changing residual income within 3 - 5 years.

To find out more please take a look at our new website here.

Friday, 4 February 2011

One in five workers fears losing job, survey suggests

One in five UK workers are fearful for their jobs, a survey has suggested.

In the public sector, that figure rises to nearly one in three workers, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) said.

The organisation is calling on managers to demonstrate high-quality leadership in order to raise morale and engagement in the workplace.

More than half of those surveyed also claimed that their employer had either frozen or cut pay.

Falling living standards

The CIPD said the quarterly survey illustrated the extent to which employees are concerned about their standard of living "as inflation continues to erode the real value of wages".

Almost a third of the 2,000 workers surveyed said their standard of living had got worse over the last six months. This compared with just 10% who said it had improved.

"If organisations don't invest in developing high-performing managers, they may find better managed competitors racing past on the road to recovery," said the CIPD's Ben Willmott.

"Employers need to find cost-effective ways of equipping their line managers with the people management skills to support employee engagement and wellbeing."

As Kleeneze distributors we have no fear of being made redundant, if you are worried about losing your job perhaps you should consider joining us. Please visit for information.

Thursday, 3 February 2011

Do You Need An Extra Income ?

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Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Another Kleeneze Best Seller

Eliminate the need to scrape your car windscreen clear of ice. The windscreen frost cover neatly protects the exterior of your car windscreen meaning you simply remove it, fold it up and get on your way!

Easy to fit, you place the cover over your windscreen, and fix the side flaps to your inner windscreen using the suckers at either end for secure fastening.

The perfect windscreen protection for icy mornings! A fantastic time saving product for only £5

To see the full Kleeneze range please browse our catalogues here

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Kleeneze Best Seller

Eggs are a British diet staple, because they are a versatile ingredient that’s easy to cook.

To help people make their favourite egg dishes,  Kleeneze has a range of products available that are easy to use and create great results every time.

One of the most popular items is:

Poach Pouches

The easy way to achieve poached eggs – without the fuss of messy pans. Simply boil some water in a pan, crack an egg into the pouch and then drop it in the boiling water. Once cooked, turn the pouch inside out to release a perfectly poached egg.

At only the bargain price of just £3.75 for 2 pouches.

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