Growing Your Business
Everyone will tell you… the gold is in the list.
And the reason is simple. Once you have a mailing list, you automatically have your own personal cache of people you can pitch products to.
· Have you created a blockbuster ebook or developed some innovative software program? Blast an email to everyone on your mailing list.
· Have you found a hot membership website that pays a sizable affiliate commission? Blast an email to everyone on your mailing list.
· Have you launched another website and you’re looking for immediate viewer traffic? Blast an email to everyone on your mailing list.
Of course, the bigger and more targeted the list, the better the results. And the result you’re ultimately shooting for is more revenue.
Not that you’re going to use your mailing list as a permanent and exclusive sales machine. That would be deadly.
What you have to do is keep a fair balance between sales pitches and quality information…
If you send out too many blatant “buy this now” messages, you’ll lose the trust and support of your mailing list members.
If you send out too much free information over an extended period of time, you might just alienate your mailing list members when you do finally pitch any type of product to them.
That’s where balance comes into play. You need to supply them with quality information and advice for free. But you also need to incorporate promotion messages that are related to that information.
Let’s say your business is based on SEO information and products. In one of your mailings, you’re explaining how to get the most benefit out of Google Adwords.
And in the midst of all that free information and advice, you let them know about this great software program that can increase their advertising profit margin… Adword Analyzer ( http://www.adwordanalyzer.com ).
Or maybe the information you’re providing is based on different methods of generating website traffic. That would be the perfect opportunity to mention a product like Traffic Equalizer (http://www.trafficequalizer.com ).
Overall, it’s much more effective to include your sales pitch either within or associated with any free advice or information. It’s the soft-sell approach that most customers find much less offensive.
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Master Resell Rights License
[YES] Can sell and keep 100% of the sales
[YES] Can edit the sales letter and graphics
[YES] Can be bundled into another paid package and sell at a higher price
[YES] Can be used as a bonus to another product you are selling
[YES] Can be added into a membership site
[YES] Can pass on the Resell Rights privilege to your customers
[YES] Can pass on the Master Resell Rights privilege to your customers
[YES] Can be given away for free
[NO] Contents of the product can be edited, modified or altered
[NO] CANNOT be sold with private label rights
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