How to close 10%-30% of your prospects and sky rocket your profits NOW -- GUARANTEED!

Written by Jason Gambrel

Imagine closing, selling, or signing up 10%-30% of allrepparttar prospects that see your offer for your product, service or Biz-opportunity!

Discover a little quietly kept secret that you can use to create a flood of hidden profits in your business.

Wow! 10%-30%. That's incredible considering that a 2%-3% response in direct marketing is considered GREAT!

While a 2%-3% response is a great response, I would have to say 10%-30% is down right AMAZING! And I'll take as many of those types of responses as I can get.

Wouldn't you? I thought you would say yes!

* This is a technique so very few people utilize, or even know about. Almost no one uses it... yet.

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* It isn't new.

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* It costs virtually nothing to implement.

* It takes very little time and it's completely legal.

This amazing secret is....


I was first introduced to this powerful mailing strategy by a fellow named Dan Kenney.

Perhaps you may have heard of Dan, and maybe you haven't.

But Dan is a true marketing legend when it comes to direct response marketing. I'd strongly suggest you get your hands on as much of his stuff as you can. Read and study it with a passion.

This marketing strategy *works best* when used with a "multi-step" lead generation program.

It's simple. You run an attention getting lead- generating ad to get a prospect interested to call your voice-mail number or email your autoresponder to request more information.

Your ad has one job and one job only! Your ad should NOT be trying to sell them anything. Your ads only job is to to get your prospect to respond and request for more information -- it's that simple.

That's one step ofrepparttar 127483 "multi-step" program.

The next step is to send them your sales letter via smail (postal mail) or "automatically" by email using your autoresponder.

And you can do this online and off with classifieds, small display ads, banner ads, direct e-mail, opt-in e-mail, newspaper ads, radio ads, etc.

Here'srepparttar 127484 mistake most people make... They mail out their sales letter only once and expect a land slide of orders to just start pouring. Friend that just isn't going to happen.

Now here'srepparttar 127485 secret to closing 10%-30% of your prospects.

Create a successful sequenced "follow-up" mailing campaign. That's it. Nothing fancy or cleaver. Just simple down-to earth direct marketing.


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