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Are we allowed to do this?

AmyjonesPC

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Oct 16, 2005
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Post our website and phone number on bridal websites?
 
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tiffanypc05

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Nov 3, 2005
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are the advanced directors and above allowed to do that? She has a team so she is at least a director...I've not had the time to look this up on recipe for success, so does someone know?
 

tiffanypc05

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Nov 3, 2005
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okay...

I wasn't sure because i know that once you get to a certain level you can have a personal website that doesn't have to be pamperedchef.biz but i wasn't sure about the advertising. thanks for clarifying!!!
 

Paige Dixon

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Aug 11, 2004
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The upper level directors are allowed to have a website to help the consultants on their team. Many are too big to be able to phone everyone and even email systems have a hard time keeping up with the big teams. So, their websites are a resource for us, not to help them get more business. Certainly their websites are not intended to take business away from us or give them any sales advantages over us.
 

BethCooks4U

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Jan 21, 2005
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Paige Dixon said:
The upper level directors are allowed to have a website to help the consultants on their team. Many are too big to be able to phone everyone and even email systems have a hard time keeping up with the big teams. So, their websites are a resource for us, not to help them get more business. Certainly their websites are not intended to take business away from us or give them any sales advantages over us.
Actually, from what I understand, the director websites are the ones on CC "your director's website". I believe with the new rules that no one, no matter what level, is allowed to have a non-PC website. They even reimbursed the upper levels for what they had paid for their private sites and gave exec and above their PC site free.

The "your director's website" is available to all directors. I have tried to set mine up but even though I am pretty good with computers and HTML I need to read the tutorial to figure it out. It is not nearly as easy as the regular website that we pay for. It was set up before the personal ones that we can all buy became available.
 

chefmelody

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Feb 6, 2006
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So, what's going to be done? Is someone going to report this to the PC home office? This person is definitely getting an unfair advantage over consultants in her area, even if she did have to pay a lot of money to get her site linked.

Unfortunately, it's pretty common. Look up Pampered Chef on Yahoo, and you'll find all sorts of consultants who have paid out the wazoo to have their sites show up first. It's unfair.
 
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