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Put Them In A Trance

We’re going to go through the 5 essential keys to a successful and reusable marketing campaign launch. Once you have these basics down, you can use them over and over again. The 5 essential keys are: Define your Unique Selling Proposition (USP) Put an effective sales offer to work Avoid the marketing pitfalls Use a world-class marketing perspective Get results! We’ll go through each one of these, so you can see exactly how to use them and how they all affect the overall outcome of your marketing campaign. Define your Unique Selling Proposition (USP) Take the time to ask yourself

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Kick Start Your Marketing

Today I’d like to share with you the three most important start up marketing tools you need to get and keep new customers. In person: It’s essential you meet with customers/clients in person whenever possible. This shows you respect them and take the time to work with your clients to give personal attention to each of them. Follow up letter: Always take a moment to send a follow up letter about what you talked about, new agreements or partnerships made, and to thank them for taking the time to meet with you. Likewise, you should always send thank you letters

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Stop Wasting Your Resources!

Today you’re going to learn how to find a target market of potential customers so you aren’t wasting precious resources on blitz marketing. So, the two questions you have to ask yourself are: What do people really want to buy from me? What related products are they already buying? Once you figure this out you will know who is more predisposed to purchase your products/services. Then, you find other businesses with the same customer base who you can share customers with. Come up with an incentive and great arrangement to encourage both of your customer bases to shop at both

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Educate Your Customers

Educate them about what, you may be thinking. Well, consider this, many businesses focus solely on attracting new customers, but you NEED to spend a good chunk of your time retaining current and former customers. These are people you already know to be a good sales potential…they’ve already bought from you! Take the time to nurture those relationships. Ask yourself (and them): What problem are they facing that they need a solution for? Could I have anything else amongst my products or services to provide value for them? Market and sell new products to your old customers and less time

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