Posts Tagged ‘increase sales’

Four Strategies To Bring You Six (And Maybe Even Seven) Figures In 2013

By: Dave Dee on: December 24th, 2012 5 Comments

What are your goals for 2013? I’m betting one of them is to make more money. Grant it, I’m not going out on a limb here as I don’t think I’ve ever met an entrepreneur whose goal was to make less money than they did the year before. Of course, this year getting customers, selling at decent profits and holding onto income will present new challenges. Tax increases, regulatory fees and full-time jobs being converted[…]

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Slay The Dragons In Your Business

By: Dave Dee on: December 13th, 2012 11 Comments

Tomorrow the movie The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey opens in theaters. Based on J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasy novel The Hobbit, the movie is basically about killing dragons and finding treasures. (Great metaphor for business, wouldn’t you agree?) There’s been a lot of hype and excitement surrounding the movie, so let’s dig deeper and see what you can use to slay the dragons in your business.  For instance, things like how to sell more and[…]

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How To Sell Better, Even If You Aren’t A Skilled Copywriter

By: Dan Kennedy on: December 11th, 2012

A recent encounter at Info-Summit reminded me of a powerful technique you can use to multiply your income… You can use this whether you are experienced or not, have skill or not, or know very little or a lot about your industry. In fact, even if you consider yourself an amateur copywriter, you can use this to out-perform an experienced pro. It’s a rare secret advantage far too few businesses use. It’s revealed in a story[…]

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Three Ways To Offset The Fiscal Cliff

By: Darcy Juarez on: December 6th, 2012 2 Comments

With the end of the year looming, U.S. government officials don’t appear to be any closer to a resolution for the pending “fiscal cliff.” Falling off the cliff would most likely mean a recession according to some economists. What happens then? A more dramatic version and acceleration of what’s already happening: the middle shrinks. People still buy necessities, but the middle freezes up, afraid to spend discretionary money. Even on necessities, Dan Kennedy says, speaking[…]

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Fill This Gaping Hole In Your Persuasion Strategy Immediately…

By: Dan Kennedy on: November 20th, 2012 6 Comments

The beginning of this month during GKIC’s INFO-Summit, I had the opportunity to present insights on copywriting alongside ‘master of dark arts copywriting extraordinaire’ and fellow grizzled veteran of many wars, John Carlton. John worked with Sir Gary Halbert, Prince of Print, intimately, for many years, thus earning a Purple Heart and a grand collection of stories; most not suitable for public telling. Carlton is a renaissance man, rich with life experience and right up[…]

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My “Break-In” Was A Nut Case…But What’s Stealing Your Time And Money?

By: Darcy Juarez on: November 15th, 2012 2 Comments

A couple of weeks ago I returned home from Fast Implementation Bootcamp to find things out of place… When I walked in my home, I knew immediately someone or something had been there. Papers I had left on the table were askew…two of the pottery mugs I made were now on the floor, not on the counter where I had left them ready to ship out… And there were pieces of dried fruit on my[…]

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How To Cook Up More Sales Williams-Sonoma Style…

By: Dave Dee on: September 6th, 2012 9 Comments

What better way to end the summer than with a cookout…and a sale! This past weekend in addition to the backyard barbecues and pool closing parties, retail stores were in full force with Labor Day sales. Among them, U.S. gourmet cookware store Williams-Sonoma was offering some good deals…but even more impressive was their check-out procedure. The sales person at the cash register was taking customers through a series of questions, all designed to create more[…]

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Learn How to Drive Your Business

By: Robert Skrob on: August 20th, 2010 1 Comment

Anyone can create a business, but few create businesses which generate millions of dollars. I’m not talking about a business that generates $1 million in annual revenue; I’m talking about creating a business that generates $1 million—cash—to you, each year. It takes four things to build a business to provide you with $1 million a year in spendable, personal income. It just so happens, it also takes four things to drive a car. It will[…]

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