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10 Great Online Sales Grabbers

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by skampy

Article by Maverick Dusky

Now some of these suggestions may sound a bit “corny” but they have been proven to work. over and over again. I mean, after all, you’re here reading this. So there must be something to it right?

one of the key items is the use of tools and programs for automation. Look, you’ve only got so much time. And you can’t change that. It should therefore be considered your “most valuable commodity”.

So what you MUST DO is make the most of your time. And automating your work is the single most effective way to make more efficient use of your time!

Yes, you WILL need to invest some bucks in the worthwhile tools. but as my dear ole daddies used to say (rest their souls. Momma wasn’t exactly ‘easy’ on fathers.): “Good Tools are not cheap. Once you get a good tool, and learn how to use it, it’ll pay you back a hundred-fold, over and over again.

If you ever lose it or break it. you’ll realize just how valuable it really is. Take care of your tools and they’ll take care of you.. and the same goes for your customers!”

Anyway back to those 10 Sales Grabbers:

1. Give your prospects extra incentives so they will order quicker. It could be free shipping, a faster shipping option, free gift wrapping, etc. Remember folks, customers love free stuff. especially if it’s USEFUL It doesn’t have to cost you a body part either!

2. Make your small business look big on the world wide web. Design your web site using professional graphics, ordering systems, organized layouts, etc. Don’t be too gaudy. just make sure you “pimp out” your site tastefully!

3. Attract a lot more customers by giving them clear ordering instructions. Give them all the information they need so they can complete their order easily. The simpler and more automated, the better.

4. Give your customers buying incentives so they’ll make repeat purchases. Offer them discounts, free gifts, bonus points, etc.

5. Tell people about your site whenever you get a chance. Those people will tell other people and so on. It’s a cheap way to multiply your advertising. Without driving actually folks “over-the-edge” with repetition, you CAN spread the word.

Hey look, have you ever been to a Webinar, or a Sunday sermon where “the point” is NOT repeated over 40 times in an hour??

6. Write and send press releases for your web site. Use a strong headlines, make it newsworthy, and tell the journalist why their readers would like it. Promote. Promote. Promote!

7. Use a lot of headlines on your web site and ezine. Some types of headlines are free offers, questions, problem solvers, sales, and statistics. Pardon the expression, but you’ve got to “stick it in their face”. until it’s the only thing on their mind at that moment!

8. Design graphics, templates, buttons and banner ads for other sites. Allow people to use them in exchange for your web link on their home page.

9. Use time saving promotional software. You can automate your search engine submissions, posting to online classified sites, etc.

10. Advertise your online business by dressing in clothes that are imprinted with your ad. It could be a T-shirt, ball cap, coat, etc.

Today’s Quote: “When you become detached mentally from yourself and concentrate on helping other people with their difficulties, you will be able to cope with your own more effectively. Somehow, the act of self-giving is a personal power-releasing factor.” – Norman Vincent Peale

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