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Are you sale-oriented?
By: Robert Nixon
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    Are you sale-oriented? - Do not make...

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    Do not make any false promises or guarantee results. You may also never know if they use the product correctly. To solve this, send them, or publish an instruction sheet on proper use, handling and cautions. ( A disclaimer would be wise too ).

    1. If they are purchasing a product they can get via shipment or download, then a one time charge is in order. You have to have a product that will generate a lot of this type of sale to make an income however. You can still get repeat purchases if the product has a 'shelf life'.

    2. Have an optional levels of entry for monthly membership programs with 'up-grade' options. Here the best method is to get as a high a initial investment with a low time related fee to continue at the level they want to purchase. What you are doing here is getting a 'down payment', and what they are getting is a discount for giving you one.

    For instance:

    Become a Pro member for only $20.00 a month.

    Become a Lifetime Pro member for only $100.00 plus a $25.00 yearly renewal fee after your first year.

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