Written by Bob Leduc

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TIP: The most effective exclusive benefit is one your competitors cannot copy ...or one they're not willing to copy. One business owner I know includes his personal phone number on every order. His competitors don't. And they're not likely to make themselves that accessible to customers.


You'll always need new customers. But don't overlook sales you can easily get from your existing customers. It's easier to get more business from them than to get any business from new prospects.

Your customers are especially receptive to more offers immediately after they buy from you. Offer them another product or service related torepparttar one they just bought. Many will accept your offer ...even whenrepparttar 127388 prior sale automatically generates repeat business forrepparttar 127389 original product or service.

If you don't already have additional products or services, find or create some. For example, offer instructional material related to your customer's original purchase. It can be a book, a series of books, a training course, computer software, membership in a fee-based web site or any other type of instructional material related to their original purchase.

TIP: Look for an affiliate program set up to sell instructional material you can use. All you have to do is sign up as an affiliate and announcerepparttar 127390 product or service to your customers. The affiliate program handles everything else and pays you a commission for each sale you generate.

Most successful marketers use these 3 marketing tactics to maximize their sales results. Don't overlook any of them? They're easy to use and highly effective. Start using them now to get more sales for YOUR business.

retired from a 30 year career of recruiting sales personnel and For more information... mailto:BobLeduc@aol.com? Phone: (702) 658-1707 (After 10 AM Pacific time) Or write: Bob Leduc, PO Box 33628, Las Vegas, NV 89133 developing sales leads. He is now a Sales Consultant.


Written by Andy Anderson

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We eventually succeed of course, and our Daughter is thrilled, but there must be a better way as our Son will be wanting his first car next year!


When placing our for-sale ads inrepparttar publications above, or looking through them trying to find what we want, we often seerepparttar 127387 heading "wanted". This should have lots of ads for things people want, but usuallyrepparttar 127388 ads are for "all your jewelry", "all your books' etc.

WHY?? The answer must be tradition, but it doesn't make sense as items listed under "wanted" should be ideal for Buyers and Sellers.

Buyers should place ads there for what they want. Sellers should look there to find someone who wants what they're selling.

This Common-Sense way of advertising is called REVERSE CLASSIFIEDS, and because it's so simple, will become normal inrepparttar 127389 near future.

Andy Anderson is the inventor of the word "netwants" in the English language and has used it to create his Reverse Classifieds website http://netwants.com where Buyers place Free ads for what they want and Sellers look through the ads to find someone who wants what they're selling. andy@netwants.com

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