10 Ways To Ignite Your Product's Overall Value!

Written by Larry Dotson

1. Sell your product at a higher price. This increasesrepparttar perceived value because people usually associaterepparttar 117708 higher priced product as being better.

2. Offer a free trial or sample of your product. This increasesrepparttar 117709 perceived value because people think you're confident in your product, so it must be good.

3. Include tons of testimonials on your ad copy. This increasesrepparttar 117710 perceived value because you have actual proof of other people's experiences with your product.

4. Load your ad copy full of benefits. This increasesrepparttar 117711 perceived value because people think they are getting solutions to a number of problems.

5. Offer an affiliate program with your product. This increasesrepparttar 117712 perceived value because people can also make money with your product.

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10 Underground Tips For Inflating Your Profits!

Written by Larry Dotson

1. Utilize holidays to increase your visitors or sales. You could give away free electronic greeting cards, hold discounts, send customers holiday cards, etc.

2. Become well known by speaking or chatting at seminars. The seminars could be held offline, in a chat room, by telephone or via e-mail.

3. Start a free ebook club on your web site. People could sign up to receive a free ebook from you each month. Just include your product ad inrepparttar ebooks.

4. Give away your products or expertise to internet business newbies. Just ask them in return to place your link on their web site.

5. Trigger your visitors to buy your products by using colors. You should totally relax and think about which colors would compel prospects to order.

6. Let your past offline customers know about your web site. When they visit and sign up to your e-zine it will remind them to shop at your online store.

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