Instant Cashflow! How To Immediately Create A Surge Of New Orders For Your Business!

Written by Wes Blaylock

With these economic downtimes among us, it sometimes feels like we are very overworked, and underpaid in our Internet businesses.

Costs are stillrepparttar same, but sales are lagging. This alone is bad enough for your business, aside fromrepparttar 127417 depression that could set in and cause you to be less productive.

So to step aside from that and get your business back to creatingrepparttar 127418 type of income that you are used to, even when people just aren't spending as much, here are a few tactics to create instant surges of cash, with very little work.

1. Run a "clearance" sale

This is an easy one. Simply run a special sale on one of your products. Here are a few ideas:

- We're Over-stocked so you can order at 20% off...

- The manufacturer gave us a good deal, so we are passingrepparttar 127419 savings on to you...

- We have a warehouse full of already-opened, but perfectly normal products that we are going to sell for half off..Only 54 units are available...

2. Offer an extra bonus

Here is a simple idea. Create a new, exclusive bonus to offer to everybody who orders within a certain time frame.

This bonus can be an audio interview with a recognized industry expert, a special report, a new gadget, whatever.

Tell them that they can get this special new bonus if they order within 5-15-20 (or however long you want to give them) days from today.

If your bonus is of high value, many people will order your product just to getrepparttar 127420 bonus. Either way, you still getrepparttar 127421 sale.

3. Joint venture to increase value

You can joint venture with a complimentary product owner and offer each others products as a package forrepparttar 127422 same price.

So if I sell a product for say $39, and you sell one for $39, my traffic and your traffic can get both products for $39 if they order within a certain time frame.

This is more drastic, but *definitely* gives you an instant surge of new orders. You can usually get these kinds of deals quickly whenrepparttar 127423 JV partner seesrepparttar 127424 instant potential it can have.

You don't want to de-value your product by doing this though, so you have to make it quick. Set it up to only last for 3 days or so, email your opt-in list about it, then take it down.

How to Sell in Tough Times

Written by Noel Peebles

Do I have any specific thoughts about selling when times are tough? Well, if you are to achieve high levels of success in selling, you must be able to get positive results even while circumstances are negative. In just about every area of sellingrepparttar field will over populate in boom times and thin out in tough times.

The Real Estate industry is a classic example of this. Yet some people stay inrepparttar 127416 industry year after year, regardless of 'booms'.

The consistently high performer will get results no matter whatrepparttar 127417 circumstances. I find it's down to attitude. Some people look for circumstances in a victimized kind of way, to justify their poor results. They celebrate their good days, but inrepparttar 127418 down times, they have their 'safety net' of excuses ready. What they are doing, is giving negative thinking a lot of power simply by spending precious energy and time dreaming up and focusing on their 'reasons why it won't or didn't work' etc.

Any time you offer your subconscious a choice between two goals, one negative and one positive, you risk it taking onrepparttar 127419 negative one. Which one do you giverepparttar 127420 most focus to?

The exceptional achiever deliberately ignores talk about recessions, wars,repparttar 127421 miserable state of affairs inrepparttar 127422 world or in their own lives, doom and gloom and any other subjects that he or she feels detract from their ultimate success. These individuals steer clear ofrepparttar 127423 melodramas of life and concentrate their efforts instead, on matters far more worthy of their precious time and energy. Their 'batting average' matters more and it's here where their focus lies.

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