BroadProspect Launches the World's First Network of Business

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Connection makers are exposed to numerous potential clients and partners. They can leverage their contacts, relationships and business experience into a revenue source. Both seekers and connection makers can join BroadProspect at no cost.

Seekers pay $25 when they andrepparttar connection makers decide to directly communicate offline. Ifrepparttar 127289 connection maker succeeds to set-up a meeting withrepparttar 127290 target business decision maker,repparttar 127291 seeker pays an additional $100. BroadProspect is not involved inrepparttar 127292 business negotiations andrepparttar 127293 agreed compensation betweenrepparttar 127294 connection maker andrepparttar 127295 seeker.

About BroadProspect

BroadProspect business network matches well-connected people with companies who seek assistance in getting business opportunities and leads, helping them to open doors and close deals. BroadProspect is headquartered in New York and is operating internationally. The company is owned by Ziv Dascalu and a group of private investors. For more information, please visitrepparttar 127296 Company's website at www.broadprospect.com

BroadProspect business network matches well-connected people with companies who seek assistance in getting business opportunities and leads, helping them to open doors and close deals. BroadProspect is headquartered in New York and is operating internationally. The company is owned by Ziv Dascalu and a group of private investors. For more information, please visit the Company's website at www.broadprospect.com


A "Closed Door Event" That Opened The Doors To A Sales Frenzy

Written by Kris Mills


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Runrepparttar event at night after hours and mention that only people with an invitation will be granted entry.

Tell them that they're entitled to a FREE gift simply for coming along. Also mention that they can bring one friend along. Make sure you stipulate that customers must RSVP so that you can reserve their bonus gift for them.

For effect, paste newspapers over your windows so passers by can't see in. Onrepparttar 127288 newspapers writerepparttar 127289 words "Closed Door Event - admission by invitation only". This adds torepparttar 127290 intrigue andrepparttar 127291 prestige ofrepparttar 127292 event.

The reason that this type of event works magically is very simple.

First it helps build customer loyalty by showing your customers that you're thinking of them by giving them a first glimpse of your new range, or first pickings of clearance stock, along with refreshments plus a FREE gift just for turning up.

Second repparttar 127293 fact that you're limiting invitations makes them feel even more special and compels them to attend.

Third Because they've been given a FREE gift they feel compelled to buy.

Fourth Most customers are likely to bring a friend along and when they do, you're instantly building your customer list for future promotional activities plus if their friend buys something, there's a fairly good chance they'll buy too.

Last but not least you are increasing your sale volume without spending a fortune on advertising.

What to offer as a FREE gift?

It doesn't need to be anything expensive ($5 hard cost will do depending onrepparttar 127294 type of business you're in) but it must be something that has a universal appeal and have a perceived value. If you're a fashion retailer, try some sort of fashion accessory or t-shirt. If you're a nursery, offer a plant.



Kris Mills of Words that Sell ( http://www.wordsthatsell.com.au )is a top selling copywriter and respected author of numerous publications. For more copywriting and direct marketing tips, visit http://www.synergie.com.au/explosion.htm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


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