How To Sell More When You Have Nothing Left To Sell

By: Dan Kennedy on: August 5th, 2015 5 Comments

I’ve often said “a buyer is a buyer is a buyer.”

What I mean is that once a person proves their willingness, and ability, to buy a product or service, they are the MOST likely prospects to purchase more of that product or service.

The woman who owns fifty pairs of shoes is certainly a better prospect for a 51st pair than the woman who owns none.

BUT…many times you’ll find that you run out of products to sell to even your most spend-happy clients, customers or patients.

One strategy successful business owners employ is partnering with other businesses that have products or services their customers might purchase.

In return they can…
…get a commission or finder’s fee
…get the other business to refer their customers to them …simply build influence with their customer by providing them with a useful referral that they can trust.

While any of the options are useful, the first one is often the most preferred.  I like cash.

Take a minute right now to think about partners who do make sense for you.  People who serve the same market you serve but have a different product or service to offer them.

If you’re a golf pro…might there be a place you could recommend clients buy shoes and apparel?  What about a travel agent who knows the best places to go on a golfers dream vacation?

If you’re a cosmetic dentist, are your patients also interested in working out, or tanning, or weight loss?

If you sell ad space might your customers also need a website or 800# or sales training?

And if you’re a coach, consultant or info-marketer who sells to like-minded, entrepreneurial business owners and sales people…might they also need the systems and strategies for growing their business like what I’m about to release?

Which leads us to the question originally asked in the email that brought you here.

Are you interested in getting paid (I’m told a single sale with get you about $800) to partner with me in my newest product release?

There are really only two requirements…

First you have to have a “herd” and a way to contact them.

Email lists are ideal.  Less ideal, but still profitable, are fans, followers and whatever other terms you’d find on the latest social media sensation.

Second…you need to let the folks over at GKIC headquarters know you’re interested by filling out the form here (this is a free affiliate program) so you get all the details and more importantly get paid every time someone buys a product from your referral link.

They’ll even give you proven email copy, as well as facebook and twitter posty thingys, that you can use.

All you need to do is cut and paste them, and send them to your list.  Then when your list buys…you earn.

So if you’re interested in offering my newest product to your herd and get paid for doing it then click here now.


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Dan Kennedy is internationally recognized as the 'Millionaire Maker,' helping people in just about every category of business turn their ideas into fortunes. Dan's "No B.S." approach is refreshing amidst a world of small business marketing hype and enriches those who act on his advice. For more money-making marketing tips, tactics and strategies, go to

5 Responses

  1. Dr. Paul Jondle says:


  2. Am a Kennedy fan and member of GK IC for over 10 years been to Chicago and Dallas numerous times and my grandson won the young ENT of the year several years ago
    Looking forward to hearing from you.

  3. Tim T says:

    If I click the affiliate sign up link in this article… it goes to an infusion form to sign up…. at the bottom it says by filling this out we agree to the terms and conditions. If I click that link it goes to a 404 error…. page not found. Just wanted to let you know.

  4. Greg De Tisi says:

    Great article. I am very busy but would love to work with you. I had better outsource some more so I can set this up.

  5. Marie Jones says:

    The strategy of partnering with other businesses that have product or services looks handy in order to be successful.

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