WorkingWithWalter.com has available a free tip sheet to help online and offline business managers and owners cut through the clutter and get to the most important aspects of operating a successful business. The tip sheet contains 50 proven marketing tips and tricks from top marketing experts that were learned after $100 million in sales over a period of 20 years.
This tip sheet can be found and downloaded at the following link , https://workingwithwalter.com/ebook.
Some of the most effective tips include the following:
Bundle your services to create a ‘package Deal”.
Make offers premium or “done-for-you” offers and charge a premium price by adding more things to them or bundling products that give more value. These enhanced products provides the ability to take advantage of premium pricing and better profit margins.
Have a loyalty program.
Consider outsourcing other offers and services that can be sold along with your existing products and services.
Offer limited time deals that create a sense of scarcity and encourage people to buy. Use email to constantly remind people of the upcoming deadline because most sales happen in the last day near the end.
When asked about the reasons behind the tip sheet, Walter, Implementation Manager of WorkingWithWalter.com said, “This tip sheet is a handy and unique reference guide. It consists of a collection of proven business ideas. Each of these ideas are designed to inspire creativity when needed and fine tune almost any business objective.”
The tip sheet, with its full compliment of 50 business tips and tricks, is free and available for immediate download at the following link. Online and brick and mortar business managers and owners are encouraged to share these tips with others who find the information useful. Any questions can be answered by going to the following link, https://workingwithwalter.com/ebook. and filling out the contact form there.
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