MUG $2,400 IN PROFITS FROM BARS

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MUG $2,400 IN PROFITS FROM BARS


WHAT IS IT:

A beer mug personalized with the bars name and logo around the top and
twelve small ads from local business around the bottom of the beer mug.

HOW IT WORKS:

In a nutshell what you will be doing is offering local bars free personalized
full color ad mugs in exchange for letting you sell twelve small local
business ads around the bottom of the mug, which will pay for the cost to
get the beer mugs printed and enough left over for you to make a very nice
profit.

HOW AND WHERE TO SELL AD SPOTS:

Approach a variety of local businesses and show them a sample of an ad
beer mug and sell them an ad spot for between $189-$289. Here is a
sample list of some of the businesses that would be good for you to try
and sell ad spots to:

Pizza Parlors
Car Dealers
Insurance Agents
Plumbers
Computer Repair Shops
Landscapers
Realtors
Grocery Stores
Flower Shops
Mechanics
Car Washes
Coffee Shops

WHERE TO GET THEM MADE AND PRINTED:

The number one best place I recommend you to get your beer mugs
printed is with a company called Mugs Across America, which offers a
great dealer program with protected territory and training. You can check
out their website at: www.MugsAcrossAmerica.com to get complete
details on how to start your own ad mugs business in your area.

PROFIT POTENTIAL:

12 ad spots sold at $289 each equals $3,468, minus estimated printing
cost of $1,068 equals a net profit of $2,400.

To your success,

Martin
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    In the beginning all the advertising I did was a single post in a subreddit which was relevant to my product. For the first 3 days the orders started coming in. I got excited and spent hours perfecting and setting up Facebook ads, I also put together a highly targeted Google Adwords campaign, I also made a highly targeted Reddit campaign. 4 days after launch my sales went to zero! My traffic has increased drastically by word of mouth, people sharing my site on FB and from Google Adwords and Reddit paid advertising. I have tried everything and I can't wrap my head around why the sales dropped 3 days ago for no reason! To improve sales I made some tweaks to my site,I made the header more professional, made the check out process easier and faster, optimized the whole site so it loads faster. It doesn't matter what I do no one is buying! I launched about 6-7 days ago is this normal for a new online business to have a bunch of orders in the first couple days and the rest of the week have none? How long does it take to have the orders come in more regular? Even though no sales are coming in on PPC ads how long should I give them? Any suggestions?