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Are you sale-oriented?
By: Robert Nixon
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    Are you sale-oriented? - If you think...

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    If you think you will be able to 'convert' someone that gets a 'free' sample, or something else at no cost from you, then you must be very confident in your salesmanship ability to do so.

    Here the Free sample must do all the selling for you.

    I do not careless about all my 'free' sign ups in my associate programs, I just don't waste my time with them other than sending them a monthly or bi-monthly e-mail reminding them of their status. Some people use auto responders to do this and is a good idea if you get a lot. I feel that it is up to the free sign up themselves to take the next step. The best method is to limit their 'Free' access for a certain time period and notify them about the expiration. Once that time has past, take them off the books and move on, or give them something for Free with no strings attached. Another way that I have found is to keep them coming back to my site to use the Free something. At the least they will be exposed to my other offers at the site page they visit if they visit it on a regular basis.

    Residual income is where someone pays you X amount on a regular basis instead of X for a one time sale.

    Residual income is what you want to get and there are several ways to go about this.

    Here is where the benefits will out weigh the cost. The great thing is that you can charge whatever you think the traffic will bear, within reason, of course.

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