Offering Postcard Direct Marketing

by Jamyson 7 replies
Offering Postcard Direct marketing on my sales rep behalf. If I offer this in my business opportunity would I have to say where I got the mailing list in my offer?
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  • Profile picture of the author savidge4
    Originally Posted by Jamyson View Post

    Offering Postcard Direct marketing on my sales rep behalf. If I offer this in my business opportunity would I have to say where I got the mailing list in my offer?
    Where? no... what the target is.. that would be a bullet point in acquiring accounts.
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      What categories should I use in the wso for a business opportunity?
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      • Profile picture of the author umc
        Originally Posted by Jamyson View Post

        What categories should I use in the wso for a business opportunity?
        Are you trying to create and sell a wso or are you looking for a wso on postcard marketing in particular?
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          Create a wso for my business opportunity. The postcard marketing is just part of the bundle.
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  • Profile picture of the author umc
    I don't know what you're looking for exactly. As a person that has bought many wsos over the years, if I'm looking to buy one I want as much information as possible, and I want it clearly laid out. If you're supplying some sort of list, then I guess you don't have to tell the buyers where you got it. If you're not supplying the list, then yes, you need to tell people where to find such a list.

    As far as what categories to use, I didn't know there were different categories in the marketplace for wsos. If you're offering a wso, put it with the rest of them. Be very clear as to what you're offering. Be prepared for lots of questions. Offer some review copies and get senior warriors to give you honest feedback before posting because you're new here and there's no reason for anyone to trust you. Don't put out junk.
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  • Profile picture of the author umc
    Oh another way to build credibility is to, oh I don't know, maybe get involved in the forum and mix it up, maybe actually share something of value for free in conversation as this is, you know, a forum. Show that you know what you're talking about. Or you could be like so many others that just come here to suck it dry in the marketplace so you can make a quick buck without ever offering anything of value to the community that makes this place run.
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  • Profile picture of the author Skystar
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    This worked for me awhile ago:

    When I was in Las Vegas I bought a bunch of post cards that featured crap tables, slot machines etc. When I got home I mailed them out to prospects with a message like this: "Don't gamble with your eCommerce marketing . . . " etc. You can bet _everybody_ read that post card thinking - 'Who sent me a post card from Las Vegas?"
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