The Most Deadly-Effective Trick of Online Marketing that Hypnotizes People to Flash out Their Credit Cards Instantly!

Written by Jaruda Boonsuwan

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Coupons, Coupons, Coupons

Written by Dave Balch

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If you are selling gift certificates, they cannot expire. Someone has given you money for a product or service that you have not yet delivered; to allow that to expire is unethical in my opinion, unless you returnrepparttar money torepparttar 125018 purchaser afterrepparttar 125019 expiration date.

Accounting for them, however, can be a problem. A friend of mine received landscaping gift certificates for several years. She accumulated them until she had a big project to do, andrepparttar 125020 nursery that issued them was mortified that they were going to have to honor them all at once. If you think about it, though, they got a better deal because they had use ofrepparttar 125021 money for all of that time, andrepparttar 125022 buying power ofrepparttar 125023 money they received has diminished over time; a $100 certificate, for example, issued 5 years ago won't buy as much today as it would have then. Gift certificates should be carried on your books as a liability. That way, you don't realizerepparttar 125024 revenue or takerepparttar 125025 profit untilrepparttar 125026 certificates are redeemed.

Some people haverepparttar 125027 feeling that gift certificates are too much trouble because ofrepparttar 125028 liability and accounting, but my feeling is that you should do what's best for your customer, not what's best for you.

Coupons and gift certificates are good tools. Use them, but be smart about it.

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