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5. ) Include a product list flyer when you mail any products to customers.
6. ) Occasionally send out a short, non-sales email. Maybe you came across an excellent website, free resource or tool that you wanted them to know about.
7. ) Offer an course by email and subtly highlight some of your products as solutions to your customers' problems.
8. ) Create a customer only membership site or bulletin board to post questions and answers.
9. ) Send a follow up message after a purchase to reassure your customer they've made right decision and to overcome any "buyers remorse."
10. ) Create an affiliate program. Offer customers a higher percentage of profits than non-customers who sign up. (For more info on starting an affiliate program, visit http://www.affiliateshop.com.)
11. ) Ask one of your customers for a product testimonial and send it to customers who haven't bought that particular product.
12. ) Create a special report or e-book available for free but only to customers.
13.) Develop a customer survey and offer a prize or discount to those who complete it.
14. ) Offer reprint rights to a product you sell, perhaps an e-book or special report. ( For info on reprint rights, visit http://shrinkmylink.com/hdj)
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