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4 Dynamic Marketing Tactics
By: Jase Dow
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    Then include a discount price offer if they buy
    before a certain deadline (more money saved). Finally,
    figure out how you can deliver all or some of what they are
    buying immediately (more time saved).

    Tip: If you cannot deliver all or part of your product
    immediately, add something to the purchase that you can
    deliver immediately. It can be as simple as a series of
    helpful tips related to your product posted on your web site
    ...but available only to new customers.

    3. Make Buying Easy

    Make it easy for potential customers to buy from you and
    more will buy. Look for ways you can make your buying
    process easier - and faster.

    For example, design your selling procedure so prospects do
    not have to make unnecessary decisions. Every decision they
    have to make interrupts the buying process ...and diverts
    their attention away from completing the sale.

    Tip: Don't ask for unnecessary information during the
    ordering process. Instead, follow up after the sale with a
    personalized "thank you" message - and include a brief
    request for the information.

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