How to make the same offer over and over without being annoying or boring?

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Hello Warriors, I have this question, how can I offer the same product over and over without being a annoying person?

#annoying #boring #make #offer
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    That's a great question.

    You change the angle.

    So for example, you present a piece of content (blog post, video, article, etc) that delivers absolute value, and then make a pitch at end.

    There's a few ways to do this. You could create content that teaches them:

    " X easy ways to Y"
    E.g. (7 easy ways to loose weight)


    "How to X without Y"
    E.g (How to loose weight without a crazy diet)

    As long as you deliver outstanding content that helps your audience first, they will tolerate a short pitch at the end.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Hi M,

    Simple solution here, but highly uncomfortable; clear the fear you cling to around selling, because the only reason you feel you annoy or bother folks is because you are afraid/unclear on your product.

    Example; if you felt clear on your product - no fear around it, or anxiety, or worry, that you are annoying anybody - the lack of fear means you'd not feel you are annoying someone in a million years.

    Quite the opposite; you'd know people really wanted your product. Or if someone said they were annoyed by your offering, you'd know it has all to do with their perception and nothing to do with your product.

    Always an inside-out thing. If you feel like you may by annoying folks, that is your take. Clear the fear, however unpleasant the process, and you will never feel this way again.

    Ryan Biddulph inspires you to be a successful blogger with his courses, 100 plus eBooks, audio books and blog at Blogging From Paradise
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  • Profile picture of the author Mabu Map
    Just change your title, you can reference a lot of different squeeze page from your competitors

    They are actually what you need to meet. Or hanging out with Mr Google

    Use some keywords that are related to your niche. You will deffenately have some more ideas at

    how to change the tittle, or how to marketing your product over and over again!

    Here's the key: "New Bottle But Old Wine"
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  • Profile picture of the author Abserve Tech
    Hi Warrior, Offer is not a matter it depends quality of your company product.

    Nowadays we are not able to buy good products even costly payments also.

    So if you having good quality of your products its not a matter giving same offer again and again.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alex Gramm
      If the person don't read a letter, we can try again.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bizopboost
    if you mean sending Emails
    here is another way :
    You can Create a Little report Or Video where you Give a Little Bit of content and Create desire
    and Link to the offer

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  • Profile picture of the author mikerichardson
    There's different ways in presenting the same product, you just have to be creative in doing so, give a little bit of twist that will make your audience to want what you're offering and also there's a lot of means now to communicate and present what you're offering so take advantage of that
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  • Profile picture of the author SARubin
    Originally Posted by macalixter View Post

    Hello Warriors, I have this question, how can I offer the same product over and over without being a annoying person?

    Well, without knowing who your market is... what your product is... and how you're promoting it... I can only give you a simple answer (simple... doesn't always mean "easy") but here's an idea (or two) for you to think about...

    1 - If you're enthusiastic about your product, let your personality shine through in your promotions. Let your audience know that this is what you do, and you're really enthusiastic about bringing value to them.

    When people truly believe that you have their best interest in mind, I guarantee you, they won't be bored, or annoyed with you.

    (On the other hand, if they think you're only in it to get their money, then yeah, they can easily become bored, "and" annoyed with you.)

    2 - Still going along the lines of using your enthusiastic personality...

    Bring a little joy or light-hardheartedness into peoples lives (assuming your product or service is compatible with such)

    Bringing a smile to peoples faces (even for just a little while), makes it difficult for you to be boring, or annoying in most peoples eyes.

    Example: I've been getting Ben Settle's emails for a while, now. And he's been primarily promoting his "Email Players" newsletter ($97 a month print letter, delivered by snail mail)

    His personality (and his daily emails) can be described as peculiar... whack-o... and a little bit cooked in the head. But never boring.
    Same product... same medium... still not boring to get his emails, after all this time.

    3 - Just because you're bored with it, doesn't mean your audience is.

    Also, new people haven't been exposed to your promotions yet, so they're not bored with them (yet)

    If you're promoting yourself (product...service?) through two way mediums, like email, and you've developed a relationship marketing method, ask your audience for their opinions on how you can better serve their needs.

    If you're sincere (and they believe you're sincere) you might be amazed at the golden nuggets of insight you can get... if you just ask.

    Often, people will inadvertently "tell" you how they wish to be sold to. As long as you sound like you genuinely want to improve their lot in life (and you don't sound like you simply want their money)

    If you don't deal with more intimate relationship marketing (like Amazon, we only go there to "buy" stuff, and nobody at Amazon is pretending to be our close friends or confidants)

    Then you can try taking your winning promotions, and expand your universe (target market) to reach more potential buyers.

    Well, this post is getting a little lengthy. And like I said at the beginning...without knowing who your market is... what your product is... and how you're currently promoting it... I can only give you a simple answer.

    Hope this gives you some ideas.

    All the best,

    P.S. Also remember... If sales are coming in, then it's working. So just because you're getting bored with it, don't throw out the baby with the bathwater. Instead, start testing (and measuring) variations, to see if you can get your numbers to go up.
    Make sense?
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Originally Posted by macalixter View Post

    Hello Warriors, I have this question, how can I offer the same product over and over without being a annoying person?
    Here are a few ways:

    1) Just offer the same product over and over again to people who dont think you're annoying

    2) Get alot of new subscribers/customers everyday to pitch your offer too

    3) Focus on 1 aspect of your product, and make a big deal about how it will change their life - and let the customer/prospect see how much more valuable your ENTIRE product can really be for them.

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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    Also, depending on who your CRM / autoresponder is, you might have an option to resend emails to people who didn't open the first time around.

    In Active Campaign I have the option to change the subject title, email body etc, and resend it a second time, or third, or fourth etc EXCLUSIVELY to subscribers who didn't read the first one.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ricky Borrows
    You have to tell unbelievable stories about people who have been impacted by the product, service, or opportunity!

    I teach struggling network marketers and beginners on how to generate more leads that will convert into sales!

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  • Profile picture of the author PvPGuy
    Make a list of 10 pain points/passions that your product solves/helps achieve, and turn that into 10 different ways (reasons) they should consider your product.

    But re-read ryanbiddulph's comment above - if you're not used to selling, you might be transferring your emotions and assuming everyone else thinks like you do. Remind yourself of the exchange in place - they joined your list for what? Keep giving them what they expect from you.

    Lastly, check your motives. Are you hesitant because you are selling junk? Just an honest question, not implying anything.

    Best regards!
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  • Profile picture of the author 2result
    i suggest change the way you present them.

    First you present the product as the product
    Then present it as a solution for a certain problem (every product should solve a problem at least).
    then change to sharing story of people successfully using this product.
    Then provide training that help these people for free that the product you promoting will be part of the training. not a required part but the best optional part for them.
    Then keep change the way you present it ... people never get bored if you promote the product + some good value with it. But they will get annoy if you just RAW promoting it.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by macalixter View Post

    Hello Warriors, I have this question, how can I offer the same product over and over without being a annoying person?

    How are you doing this? In person? Over the phone? By messaging? Online? Etc?

    You need to be passionate. You don't need to like the product but if you like what you do then you can pull it off
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    • Profile picture of the author macalixter
      Normaly email mkt, on facebook groups, youtube, all organic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sharon Jones
    I think you can change the context of the offer. This can be best used when you are trying to target specific group or type of user so you make the context of the offer which would be appealing to that specific group.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gedd
    Hi macalixter, think it'd all been said, but the main thing you're selling is yourself, products come and go, but if you are you,genuine that is, funny (if you are funny,don't try to be funny), informative and helpful, available is also good.
    You won't please all the people all the time, try a survey if you are worried about what they think of you/your product, maybe they are not thinking what you think they are thinking! I gave up being a mind reader, it's like being a weatherman or a banker, you always get it wrong_but they get to keep their jobs!

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  • Profile picture of the author Elizabethlim
    Hi, you pitch 3 times and share 2 contents. Check whether your list get more unsubscribe then is time to market new stuff and share more contents. However, it could be due to poor open rate if you are using html to send email.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Marcell
    You shouldn't worry about being that annoying sales person as long as you meet that half way with providing valuable or entertaining content.

    Because you are running a business here... And you have to make sales or your business will not return a profit.

    So, when you're pitching a product, first make sure that it's one that you personally believe in.

    That will help you mentally get over the obstacle of thinking that you annoy people. Then I would just sell the same product but sell it in a different way.

    Here's what I mean...

    You tell a unique story each time that you pitch your product. That way in the minds of your audience, they're receiving something that's new and not overbearing because they got some type of value from it.

    This is what I usually do when I find myself promoting the same product multiple times to the same person.

    And it works.

    But don't forget that it's your job as a marketer to SELL products. So, you can either start becoming more comfortable with that concept or you risk limiting how much money you make online.

    It's a mindset issue your dealing with and it's up to you to fix it.
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  • Profile picture of the author rebel79
    Some people are going to be bored getting emails over and over again, Lord knows I do. They have the option to unsubscribe if they want. Continue being passionate about your product. Yes, show how others profited from your product. That will eventually bring the customers you email. Just occasionally change up the content you are sending. Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by macalixter View Post

    ... how can I offer the same product over and over without being a annoying person?

    Make sure your offers aren't annoying and too repetitious. If there is new value to each offer and it's recognized as such by the prospect, you shouldn't worry too much about how he perceives you. It's one of the main reasons you should be building an email subscriber list. People that sign up for your list expect to hear from you over and over again. As you build a relationship with these subscribers, the trust between you builds and your prospects will look at you differently. Hopefully, they'll get to the point where they anxiously can't wait to hear from you.


    Steve Browne, online business strategies, tips, guidance, and resources

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