The New 5 P's!

Written by Jaruda Boonsuwan

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But don't just say "one-year, money-back guarantee"!

Do say..."And if 365 days from now, you decide you want your money back, I'll ask you absolutely no questions. And even if it's just because you're $27 short and can't buy some beers, I still won't ask you why. You'll get your money back as soon as you say so. I can guarantee you that!"


When you go to a restaurant,repparttar first thing you always notice isrepparttar 125023 "Menu ofrepparttar 125024 Day"! Even if you don't order it, you're still curious to see what's new for today, right?

The same thing works with your website. Once your prospects leave your site -- without signing up for your free newsletter, your business depends on pure LUCK.

Too bad people don't buyrepparttar 125025 first time they see you. And if you still want to win them back, you might have to spend some more bucks on advertising.

Now, it doesn't have to be this way...The only one reason that'll keep people coming back to your site is something NEW every day!

Showcaserepparttar 125026 "Pick ofrepparttar 125027 Day". And they'll come back to your site from time to time to see what's new.

See? You don't even have to pay forrepparttar 125028 traffic. It can be "Tip ofrepparttar 125029 Day", "Site ofrepparttar 125030 Week", "Star ofrepparttar 125031 Month", ....anything you can think of!


How many times have you read newsletters chock full ofrepparttar 125032 word "buy now"?

This isrepparttar 125033 mistake that can drive your subscribers away faster than jet speed! Your prospects want to read something useful. They simply don't want another junk mail. If you don't stop selling to them --just for a second-- you'll risk losing them forever. They'll disappear "out of your sight".

So, in your newsletter, try to give them little tips that teach them how to make their lives easier.

Suppose you're selling a beauty product, instead of hard selling, try giving them a short makeup tip of how to make their lips look fuller.

If you're an affiliate for a used car website and running your own ezine, instead of selling cars allrepparttar 125034 time, try giving them a reliable tip that teaches them how not to get ripped off buying a used car.

P.S. Give it a try. I'm sure these freshest 5 P's can easily addrepparttar 125035 punch to your websites or newsletters next time you decide to try something new.

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Produce More Sales from your Email Promotions

Written by Judy Cullins

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After seeing different articles by you, your audience will take advantage of your benefit-driven signature file, visit your site, subscribe to your ezine, and eventually buy. Each time I submit an article, new sales come in--about $100 a day.

Read articles on "How to Write a Publishable Article," "How to Write an Article Fast," "How to Submit Articles to Ezines and Web sites." Remember,repparttar trick to promoting yourself and your products is giving away free information. It's like tasting chocolate cookie samples at Mrs. Fields. Visitors will be more likely to buy after they experience a piece of you.

Keep your articles categorized too. At first, I just submitted random articles. I then realized my 20 years of experience could be put into six categories: 1. Writing/Publishing 2. eBooks 3. Online Promotion 4. Web Marketing/Promotion, 5. Offline/Traditional Marketing 6. Under 500 words

Now, I offer these catgegories by auto responder to specific audiences who want only one or two kinds of articles. They appreciaterepparttar 125022 categories andrepparttar 125023 easy way to receive promotional articles.

3. Send Follow up Messages to your Customers, Subscribers and Customers

Do you keep email lists by category such as subscribers, potential clients, customers, teleclass participants? Talking with many professionals, I discovered many only keep one list, primarily subscribers. While giving my subscribers information once a month, I make it a point to connect with many other groups. Each month or so, I send them some free information with a sales message.

How often do you follow up? The people who hear from you over time develop trust in you. Once They trust you, they are more likely to buy from you than new contacts.

Keep a file of your loyal customers, your potential clients, your subscribers, your teleclass participants, and ePublishers. To each of these, send a different, targeted follow up email. Send a "thank you" message offering a freebie. To my loyal customers I offered a free question answered by email. Inrepparttar 125024 same email, I followed with "Ways to Benefit and Succeed fromrepparttar 125025 Book Coach." These included a free subscription to my ezine, a free teleclass on book writing and promotion, and an introductory coaching price.

Recycle those articles you post online. Give them away as free reports to your potential clients. No cost to you and they take very little time.

Put your online promotion groups in a buying mode. Make an irrisistible offer that is real. It's a turn off whenrepparttar 125026 free bonus reports are worth more thanrepparttar 125027 major package being sold. I just noticed one--the book was $39.95--the free bonuses were supposedly worth $500. That certainly doesn't speak truth.

For an eBook of 30-60 pages packed with how-to's and resources, offer two free bonus reports taken from your article files or book excerpts. These can be 3-7 pages.

Display your product or service's benefits clearly. Give your potential buyer a picture of how their life would look after using your expertise. Write ad copy that appeals to their emotions, so they feel they must buy now.

Judy Cullins: author, publisher, book coach Helps professionals manifest their book dreams eBook:_Write Your eBook or Other Short Book Fast! Send an email to The Book Coach Says... includes 2 free eReports Ph:619/466/0622

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