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If you're really creative, it's a good bet that media will pick up on your offer and you can end up with tens of thousands of dollars of free promotions.
5) Test and Refine Your Offer
Once you let enough people know about what you have, take a look at how many people saw your offer and then how many of those people actually bought what you offered. If you like numbers, keep going. Buy more advertising, tell more of media, and keep on selling!
If, on other hand, you were not entirely satisfied with numbers, re-work your offer and then double-check your market and how you are reaching out to them. It could very well be that you have right offer but are simply not reaching right audience. Try a different market with same offer, or try a new offer with same market. It may take you a few tries to get it right, but it's well worth effort! And I promise you that you will be happy with results!
6) Deliver on Your Promises Promptly
Don't you just love to get product or service that you ordered quickly, or at least know that it has been shipped promptly? Most of us do. When we buy, we are excited and can't wait to get benefits of what we just purchased.
Your customers are no different. They want to know when they place an order with you that you will do your best to get them what they want as soon as possible. We all have stories of companies that took weeks to ship our order and we all know we won't be doing business with them again anytime soon, no matter how good offer may have been.
When order reaches you, get in habit of making it a priority to get it invoiced, packed and shipped. You'll create a very loyal client base that will buy from you again and again if you do what you say you will do in a prompt and courteous manner.
Your Success is Up to You!
It's not hard to build a successful business, whether you do it from your kitchen table, basement, garage, or an office space, you can be very successful if you follow a few simple rules.
I have helped thousands of people build successful businesses on Internet and I know what it takes to really make a business profitable. It's actually quite simple; give customer more than you promise in less time than you promise. In other words, "under promise and over deliver."
Just look at any company you consider a success and I'm sure you will find they follow these simple rules.
Robert Imbriale is an internationally known Internet Marketing Expert who has written several books including, "Internet Marketing Secrets" which you can get FREE by going to http://www.ultimatewealth.com. Robert is personally responsible for more than $100 million in Internet sales and holds seminars nationwide where he teaches entrepreneurs how to make money on the Internet. You may e-mail Robert at Robert@ultimatewealth.com