August 21, 2008
Literary Agents--Work From Home Opportunity
Have you ever thought that you would enjoy selling manuscripts to publishing companies? Keller Media is looking for literary agents to work from home.work
"You can work from home, since the process of websiselling books is mostly by phone and email. You will be invited to a few meetings a year in our office, and may eventually be invited to travel, although that is not mandatory. You will have a sales quota - a number of books you are expected to sell - and all the support, guidance, technology, contacts, information and help you need to get going and get productive. You will be given our clients to begin with but as time passes, you will have the opportunity to begin to build your own "stable" of writers. You will develop and maintain relationships with authors and publishers, using our good name to open doors.
The ideal candidate loves books, words and writing. Has impeccable grammar and spelling, spell-checks religiously and has unfathomable customer service skills (e.g., patience for nervous writers). He or she has a real drive to succeed, and is willing to state opinions strongly. Ideally, you also have sales experience (so you know that "no" really means "next!") and in a perfect world, you have worked with ACT! by Sage client management database software."
Keller Media offers:
support, training and supervision
The ability to work from home
Unlimited income potential
This is a pretty unique type of at home job, with no guarantee of making money, but it could turn into a very interesting career that does produce good income. You can check out Keller Media, and if you decide to apply as a literary agent, then send an email with the titles of the last three books you read AND the name of your favorite book ever and why you loved it. Also, attach your regular resume.
Email to: WKeller@KellerMedia.com