4 Tips to More Online Party SalesWritten by Kara Kelso
I know most of us have held our own online party, been to one, or at least read about them. Many of materials online are general, and average online party (for individuals) has around 5-10 guests at most. Maybe more, maybe less, depending on several factors. But really for those that do not belong to party groups, and are holding their first party attendance is going to be very low.
After some thought, I realized way we are holding these parties is wrong. In a previous article we talked about stepping out of wahm zone, and searching for your specific customers. When looking for guests for your online party, it should be no different. Instead of mass submitting party invites to wahm groups, let's take a step back and see what should be done FIRST.
1. BUILD a newsletter Before you have your next party or even start to plan it, set up a newsletter. This is something you should have already for your business, no matter if it's an informational newsletter or one that lists your specials - you NEED a list of potential customers. If you haven't started to build one, start now! I could go into detail as to HOW, but newsletters are an entirely different subject of their own.
2. USE your newsletter list No I don't mean take advantage of them, but I do mean send your party notices to your list. Your list is most important, targeted sources of free advertisement you have!
Online Shoppers Loophole - Get paid whenever you purchase anything online.Written by Michael Lever
Imagine if you had earned sales commission for every online purchase you've ever made?
How many commission payments have you put in someone else's pocket?
Two years in making, niche service known as "SpinningTornado" was created to alleviate frustration many affiliate marketers and online merchants feel in generating revenue from their efforts.
Inadvertently, a loophole has been discovered in process.
Anyone can now be subsidized in form of a guaranteed sale at their own or affiliated merchant site, whenever they purchase any product, service, membership or program from any online merchant.
If you want to make money on Internet, you can either be a merchant and sell your own product, or you can affiliate yourself with other merchants and earn commission from referred sales.
If you are a merchant, imagine selling more of your own product each time you purchase anything online. If you run an affiliate program, you also sell more of your product each time an affiliate of yours purchases anything online.
If you are an affiliate, imagine combining with other affiliates in a way that allows each to gain commission for personally referring other.