10 Heart-Stopping Ways To Intensify Your Sales!

Written by Larry Dotson

1. Create benefit intensifiers for your list of ad copy benefits. Example, The Benefit: "Save More Time", The Benefit's Intensifier: "Never Seen Before".

2. Use a little humor in your ad copy. It could berepparttar little extra motive you need to close a sale. People are usually persuaded easier if they're in a good mood.

3. Ask your visitors questions that induce thoughts, feelings, memories and emotions that will influence them to buy.

4. Tell your visitors what their friends or family will probably think when they buy your product. People care about what other people think of them.

5. Use blue, underlined text links. People have been branded that blue, underlined text are links. You do not want to lose visitors by using a different color.

Website Owners: How Will YOU Build Sales?

Written by Raynay Valles

Making more sales on your website may be as simple as choosing. Assuming you have a good product, and a market exists for your product, all you need is to add sales and marketing expertise to your webbusiness.

You have 3 options. Which will you choose? 1. Hire a full-time Sales and Marketing Director

Description: He or she understands how to attract and keep customers. Manages budgets and people, sets goals and evaluates performance. Many times must "sell" strategies and tactics to decision makers, who may have strong but wrong-headed opinions.

Pros: Knows how to build sales. Can have industry-specific experience and contacts, which may give your firm an advantage. The best will have extensive online sales marketing experience.

Cons: A huge investment, which makes this option only available to larger firms. Many times an otherwise experienced sales marketer must play catch-up to learn about tools and tactics that work onrepparttar web.

Cost: It varies by experience and where your business is located. According to Salary.com, a sales and marketing director position can command $96,000/year in Chicago, $107,000/year in Boston and $103,000/year in San Diego.

2. Hire a online sales specialist.

Description: These sales consultants have built up web-specific selling expertise. He or she knows what sends online shoppers clicking away from a website and is fully versed in attracting potential customers and converting them into buyers. Can develop a sales and marketing plan, prepare budgets, implementrepparttar 127346 plan and other tasks.

Pros: Should be able to tell you how to getrepparttar 127347 most impact for your money. Knowledgeable about techniques that will getrepparttar 127348 best results. Will first determine what needs to be done, then is connected torepparttar 127349 copywriters, webdesigners, search engine specialists and tools that can help.

Cons: You may find a "one size fits all" solution provider. For example, he may really only be experienced in search engine placement and unaware of other tactics that would work especially well for your particular business.

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