Edifire Magazine Employment Opportunity
Are you looking for a way to minister to your community and earn a good income? Would you like to have very flexible hours and be your own boss? Could you benefit your church by you being out in the public meeting new people and making lots of friends?
Well then, Edifire “Christian” Magazine may be just the right ticket for you. Edifire is a quarterly FREE publication supported exclusively by business owners – not churches. We don’t want area churches to compete with each other through advertising, though we get many requests from pastors each year to place ads in Edifire. We do not accept ads from churches, but we do list church names and phone numbers in a local directory page in each magazine, along with businesses that also offer the magazine.
Edifire Magazine is ideal for young or old or in between aged devoted believers and pastors wanting to reach others for Christ, establish new relationships and friends and earn a solid part-time income. Also there is value for Single moms that need flexible hours and a good return for their time working a few days a week for 3 to 5 hours a day. Let us share with you here the vision and the focus of the Edifire:
Edifire Magazine is available in many local area waiting rooms such as hospital lobbies, automobile tire centers, laundry-mats, doctor’s offices, beauty salons and etc. Where there is a need to sit and read while you wait for something, we hope Edifire will be there as an option of choice. Edifire offers a short message about God’s Love, a gospel message and a sinner’s prayer on the first page in. There is a section on “Coming Back to God” for those struggling with their salvation experience and church attendance, as well as many great Scriptures and short easy to read messages to encourage Christians toward a Closure Personal Walk with Jesus!
Edifire is distributed in market areas near and around the area where our customer service reps live. In a community of 25 to 50 thousand people; hosting a Wal-Mart and a Home Depot or Lowes, along with a few grocery stores and a few dozen or more churches, we find the demographics needed to support one magazine customer service rep. Most of our reps work Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and normally only from about 10am to 3pm. Reps are allowed to work whenever they want and as much as they want.
Customer calls can be done in many various ways including making appointments by phone and with the use of our website, or walking into businesses. We have a training DVD that is available at no charge to any rep seeking to maximize their return for efforts to establish their local customer base. Once a customer base is established, passive income can begin by just telephoning or calling in person on the business owners prior to the next publication to see if they would like to keep their ad the same, or make some changes.
Each customer service rep with Edifire Magazine has the opportunity to franchise the business at no out-of-pocket expense when they feel comfortable to run all the aspects of printing and distributing the magazine. Edifire Magazine provides training and ongoing support, professional graphics for the cover and assistance and training as needed with ad graphics and problem solving. Regardless, with Edifire Magazine, whether working as an independent customer rep, an independent contractor or a franchise owner; you have complete control of printing dates and circulation. There are however always guidelines for content and format.
Fresh content and new covers for Edifire Magazine can be either uploaded or snail mailed to our customer service reps. All that most reps need do is make friends and ask for the right to print a business owner’s business card or ad in the next issue. Edifire Magazine ad prices are so affordable, that many advertisers leap at the chance to reach the local Christian community and others at such an affordable price with their business cards or ads. For more details about getting started with Edifire Magazine and our generous benefits and compensation plans, please give us a call or email us!
Dave Meier at Edifire Magazine (912) 230-8794