"Secrets of the Mega Associates..."

Written by George Papazoglou


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Eventually, more ideas will "pop-up" out ofrepparttar sudden aboutrepparttar 117294 entire, step-by-step "stealth selling strategy".

The company you'll be targeting must have a marketing plan, which you can capitalize forrepparttar 117295 "brainstorming idea- generation process".

Step #4: Develop a "Solution Web Site"

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All you have to do, after you religiously followedrepparttar 117296 previous steps, is to create a web site, that is:

A) Rich in content (no sales pitches).

B) Offers a free newsletter. >>> For a mailing-list system, go to: http://associateshare.com/mail_list_manager.htm

C) Expresses and Solves Problems. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

You can entirely promote your affiliate programs using an autoresponder, or your newsletter - only. Don't confuse your visitors withrepparttar 117297 flea-market syndrome!

Hint: People tend to trust more authors who understand their problems and ease their lives with accurate solutions. Copywriters also inheritrepparttar 117298 prospects' buying behavior to craft alluring sales messages.

Step #5: Promote your Web Site, Like ClockWork!

Implement in your marketing mix search engines, newsletter ads, press releases (journalists adore Solution Providers!), strategic joint ventures, free ebooks, republishing rights, offline advertising (crucial that is) and every marketing method you feel comfortable with.

The entire conceptual is to present your online business as a Humanistic-Centered Solution Provider, not another hard-selling vendor.

This methodology is exemplified as "Stealth Selling", or "Under-the-radar selling".

~~ Laugh On Your Way torepparttar 117299 Bank! ~~

Atrepparttar 117300 time your prospective visitors identify with your beliefs and appreciate your solutions, online selling becomes an enjoyable occassion.

As you become entrenched in this methodology and entire marketing conceptual, watch your mailing list getting flooded with "red-hot" / fanatical prospects, who'd love to conducting business with you and, oh,eliminate your competition... automatically.

George Papazoglou is the author behind, the "Secrets of the Mega Associates" eBook. ( URL: http://www.associateshare.com/cgi-bin/go/to.pl?l=Mega )

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Make Them an Offer They Can't Refuse!

Written by Denise Hall


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Those items are put there on purpose so you'll buy something else while you wait in line to pay for your other purchases. It's called "impulse buying." Retailers have used it for years.

Another offline marketing tactic is "loss leaders." Retailers advertise an item at or below cost to get customers into their store. Oncerepparttar customers are there, they'll normally buy more than justrepparttar 117293 advertised special.

Sorepparttar 117294 retailer takes a loss on one product to sell other products that will bring profits. Pretty clever, huh?

These concepts can, and should, be used for online businesses. Offer your customers a freebie or second item at half price with their purchase of any product at regular price. Or 25% off "Today Only" on one or more of your products.

Customers like to shop for bargains, but onrepparttar 117295 internet your website, ezine or sales letter can get lost inrepparttar 117296 vast array of reading material potential customers see everyday.

Make your offer stand out. Your customers will want that candy bar if it comes with a second one for half price. They'll need your newest product if they get one of your other products for $10 offrepparttar 117297 regular price.

So dare to make them an offer they can't resist! Your customers will get a great deal and you'll have more sales.

Denise Hall is the owner of Home Business on a Budget which specializes in tools and resources for your home business needs. Visit http://www.home-business-on-a-budget.com today. Get weekly articles, tips, information and resources here: http://tinyurl.com/4f9k8

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