- If you don't already have the job, get in contact with the local business. Sometimes they send out pamphlets with the number.
- Collect the junk mail from your distributor. There should be about 5 - 15 catalogues.
- Fold the items together. This means, you should find a large book-style catalogue, and then place all other items inside this (like putting $10 in a Christmas card). You will then need to fold it in half, as it is only like this that it will fit in the letterboxes.
- Place the folded piles in sections of about 15 each, connected by a rubber band. This way you can put them in you bag without them falling apart.
- Deliver them. I suggest walking to deliver, as being on a bike can be a hassle. Do not deliver to "No Junk Mail" letter boxes. You might like to do your block in two or three sections. If you are delivering in the US, do not place any of your literature in the letterboxes as this is a violation of federal postal laws punishable by severe fines. Instead deliver to the front door and leave materials at the doorstep.
- Confirm your contract (if this is how your job works) and you will receive your pay in about a week (again depending on your employer).
- Notice the amount of letter boxes you need to deliver to after your first walk. This way you can spend less time folding, and you can carry less around.
- Listen to music as you deliver. It can help pass the time.
- You might like to watch TV when you fold (although if this makes you slower, you might not want to)
- If you have siblings, it can be great to split the job with them. Many hands make light work.
- Some companies request not to have their catalogue put in another catalogue. If this is the case, fold the pile in half outside the first catalogue, not inside.
- Make sure you deliver on time, or else you might be sacked/not paid.
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