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8 Tips To Help You Heat Up Your Sales
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    8 Tips To Help You Heat Up Your Sales
    by Ken Hill

    1. Pay special attention to your past customers by providing
    them with sales and discounts that only they are privy to. This
    will help you to create long term profits for your business by
    building up a loyal customer base that buys your products on a
    consistent basis.

    2. Offer the products of affiliate programs you've joined as
    backend products.

    When deciding on affiliate programs to join, choose companies
    that offer a product or line of products that your niche market
    would want to buy.

    Also pick affiliate programs that pay you high commissions or
    residual commissions for your referrals, and that provide you
    with plenty of resources that you can use to start selling
    their products.

    3. Provide your visitors and customers with quality support by
    email, telephone or even live support on your site. This will
    increase your visitor's trust in your company and help you to
    get more sales of your products.

    4. Publish an ezine.

    Your ezine will give you a powerful way to continue to keep in
    contact with your visitors and customers and obtain more sales.

    Make your ezine stand out by providing your subscribers with
    your own unique content such as your own informative articles
    that build up your reputation as an expert in your field.

    5. Strive to improve your ad copy and techniques you use to
    market your products to your visitors.

    In addition, don't become complacent with your product --
    continue to improve and update your product so that it will
    better meet your customer's needs and be more attractive to
    your visitors.

    6. Track and test which ad copy, sales, and promotions bring
    you in the best result. This will save you time and money by
    helping you to pin point what works best for you in marketing
    your products.

    7. Add a sense of urgency to buying your product by offering
    your visitors a limited time only discount.

    For instance, you could offer your special discount to only
    your next 100 customers or to only the customers that buy your
    product before a specific date.

    8. Increase your product's perceived value by providing your
    visitors with a way to earn an income promoting your products.
    For instance by creating an affiliate program your visitors and
    customers can join or by giving your customers the resell
    rights to your product with their purchase.

    Article by writer, Ken Hill. Pick up Ken's new email course
    and discover valuable tips, techniques, and strategies you can
    use to successfully increase your profits online. Get your
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    DISCLAIMER: The content provided in this article is not warranted or guaranteed by Developer Shed, Inc. The content provided is intended for entertainment and/or educational purposes in order to introduce to the reader key ideas, concepts, and/or product reviews. As such it is incumbent upon the reader to employ real-world tactics for security and implementation of best practices. We are not liable for any negative consequences that may result from implementing any information covered in our articles or tutorials. If this is a hardware review, it is not recommended to open and/or modify your hardware.

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