Make Extra Sales with your P.S.

Written by Joanne King

This “little” test I ran was in dedication of Corey Rudl. He was always big into “test test test” and then tell someone about it. So here is one of my little tests that I ran and now I’m telling someone about it ;-)

Here is a nifty little tool that I have been using and testing onrepparttar sly lately with one of my lists and what I’m about to say may surprise you a little as it does tend to go against some ofrepparttar 143291 teachings inrepparttar 143292 “Internet Marketing” industry.

When sending out an email to your mailing list when you place your P.S. it’s generally you’re hard hitting sale point. The one that gets them to “buy now” not just drift around and think about it only for it to be forgotten.

But what I have been testing is putting in a P.S. for a completely different niche all together. Generally one that is a bit more pricey but still something I think that a general audience would be overall interested in.

Dealing with Refund Requests – Internet Marketing

Written by Joanne King

I think we all cringe and dread when we open our mail box and see that dreaded “Refund Request” inrepparttar subject line. And I guess we dread it for a number of reasons.

1.We know that that person gotrepparttar 143290 use of our product and didn’t have to pay a cent for it (and it can be a disturbing thought but it does happen… some people are just habitual refunders)

2.Advertising isn’t cheap and when you’ve paid to get that customer in it can feel like a beat aroundrepparttar 143291 head when you not only refundrepparttar 143292 money but it often incurs a fee forrepparttar 143293 refund purchase, so now you’ve just paid that customer to have your materials

3.Organizing a refund could be time spent better doing other things

The best thing you can do for yourself and your company is to keep a “cool head” about it. Getting all nancy about it even if it is a “habitual refunder” can do more damage for your name inrepparttar 143294 long run.

I’m sure we’re all aware ofrepparttar 143295 statistics of if someone has a bad experience with your business they will tell 11 people about it, if they have a pleasant experience they will only tell 3 people about it.

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