10 Ways To Sell Your Products At Warp Speed

Written by Larry Dotson

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6. Specialize your product or service if you have too much competition. If you're selling an advertising book, rewrite part of it and target it just to pet businesses.

7. Make your sales letters or ads sound like it is common sense to buy your product. For example: "Everyone knows you can't make money..."

8. Make sure your ad copy sounds like you know what you're talking about. If people sense you or your business doesn't, they won't buy.

9. Load your ad copy up with tons of benefits and bonuses. People will think and feel like they are getting a lot for their money if they buy.

10. Assume your potential customer is going to buy. For example: "Dear Future Millionaire". They will want to buy in order to feel that way.

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Now let's talk hype. Most ofrepparttar sales letters I've come across are full of hype, because that's whatrepparttar 127439 customer wants. Hype can be effective or ineffective, depending on your business andrepparttar 127440 kind of people you're trying to sell to. If you're selling an MLM business opportunity, hype can work well. Onrepparttar 127441 other hand, if your intended audience consists of savvy, experienced business people, you'll probably do better with a brief introduction followed by an explanation of what your product or service can do for their business.

In either case, be careful about using too much bold type or screaming your message at customers. Putting important points in bold type or caps can be an effective marketing tool, but only when used in moderation. Exclamation points can also be helpful, but use them sparingly. When reading back through your letter, pay attention torepparttar 127442 tone. If you feel you're being yelled at, tone it down a bit.

A well-written, well-targeted sales letter can do wonders for sagging sales. For tips on writing effective sales letters, see http://www.drnunley.com/copywriting.htm.

Meredith Pond is editor and manager of DrNunley's http://CheapWriting.com. See her low-cost writing and editing services for students and business people, including a web site rewriting package. Reach Meredith at meredith@drnunley.com or 801-328-9006.

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