What tools do you use to boost your online sales?

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When you want to get more (affiliate or your own) sales online, you need to think about automating the whole process, from marketing to selling. So, which tools you use? Please share. I know which one I use, but I don't wanna spam here. So, it's up to you to post your 2 cents. Thanks!

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We all know how hard it is to sell products or services online. If you want to make profit, you have to use some sort of automation. Personally, I prefer to use bots or bot providers to automate the whole sales and lead generation process. This way, I've made almost 200 sales of my book in a couple of days automatically. How about you?
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  • Profile picture of the author Yosi Dahan
    Did you try to use social proof popups like ProveSource?
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  • Profile picture of the author newton
    Do you feel like providing more value and sharing exactly how you got those 200 sales in just a few days? Without pointing people to your signature of course!
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  • Profile picture of the author PhilanthropistNZ
    I heard great stories from Facebook Messenger chatbots in the ManyChat Facebook community. Great way to make a Messenger chatbot via a pre-defined & automated flow. I can definitely recommend ManyChat.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    We all know how hard it is to sell products or services online.

    Actually Simone, for me, it was hard to sell when I automated almost solely, and easier to sell when I engaged people manually. Different strokes for different folks.

    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 Steve B
    Originally Posted by simone22 View Post

    We all know how hard it is to sell products or services online. If you want to make profit, you have to use some sort of automation.

    Here's my take ...

    Automation is not what sells products and services online. It's simply a strategy that a business owner employs to be able to complete repetitive tasks in a shorter amount of time.

    With or without automation, a business owner still needs to match his/her audience with a compelling and timely offer. He/she also needs to implement a selling system that will somehow generate leads, garner trust and confidence in the system, transact the financial details of the purchase, and deliver the goods to the buyer (digital or physical).

    Automation tools are worthless if you don't get the actual sales offer and system working first. My favorite automation tool is my autoresponder.


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

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  • Profile picture of the author jatin yadav
    You can take help of SEO to boost your sales. Here are some factors of seo:

    Techniques of SEO:-

    1. White hat SEO
    2. Blackhat SEO
    3. Gray hat SEO

    Types of SEO:-

    1. On Page optimization:
    2. Off-page optimization
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnVianny
    Activecampaign, leadpages, and clickfunnels
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  • Profile picture of the author Viral Thing
    My personal experience is best sell for direct Facebook ads and you can run Bing ads and very best for Google adword
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  • Profile picture of the author chuckholmes
    My best tools are e-junkie for digital product delivery, Aweber for my auto-responder and a software program I use to handle all my direct mail addresses (Stat Trak Pro). Google Analytics is also a very important business tool for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    The only think i use in this moment are programs that helps me to create videos like video robot app and video marketing blaster
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  • Profile picture of the author Obermair
    Have a glance at TapSales and Instagram integration.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    To turbocharge my content marketing, I use tools like buzzsumo

    The key is to NOT reinvent the wheel when guest posting or trying to get totally free one way backlinks

    The best way to do this is to create content that already has TRACTION

    Want To Make More Money Online? Invest in BETTER CONTENT!
    Articles - Blogs - Authority sites - Ecommerce descriptions - Emails - Youtube video scripts - AFFORDABLE RATES!
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  • Profile picture of the author amuro
    Besides html, I used Optimize Press to create landing pages, salesletters and membership sites. Though there are others like Leadpages, Optimize Press is the only one I have been sticking to since 2012.

    But for blogs, I used both Moto and Ink Themes as they are created by 2 ex-Forest Themes developers and themes are cheaper yet provide the same superb quality on both PC and mobile devices.

    For content, I used Wicked Article Creator and for traffic, I did use a tool called Traffic software in which you can submit articles, blog posts, classified ads, press releases and videos.

    The ONLY tool I did not at this point is traffic tracking. Most marketers I saw on Youtube videos say Click Magic works the best.

    What do you think?
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  • Profile picture of the author Oziboomer
    The main things we use in ecommerce are.

    Speed boosting tools combined with Cloudflare to deliver a good user experience.

    Related products generator to show additional symbiotic products to ones customers are putting in their cart.

    Abandoned cart tool to followup on non- completed sales.

    Order followup tool.

    Review followup and coupon generator that generates unique coupon codes for customers who give 4 and 5 star reviews

    Dynamic search ads to match customer's search.

    We also use all the normal things like autoresponders, funnels etc

    Story chief to manage content and co-ordinate multi-channel posting and updates to blogs,social websites and newsletters - integrates with active campaign.

    Zendesk with live chat for support.

    Zapier and IFTTT to push some data about.

    Tubebuddy to manage Youtube.

    We also use a suite of other things including jjumpp which runs social posting schedules, review invitations and review comments, insights and directory cohesiveness. - pretty simple tool but effective.

    Best regards,

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  • Profile picture of the author redone111
    Clickfunnels and manychat
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  • Profile picture of the author sebastian1809
    I don't think you can automate all parts of the sales process. It's possible to automate some but not all I guess. you can hire online assistants from upwork and have a smooth process.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pdomain
    Learn AHK, believe me it will help you a lot in automation!

    AHK = AutoHotKey (scripting language)

    Coming soon!

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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    My favorite automated tool is aweber.
    If you have a good prewritten newsletter
    your conversion rate be 35%+.
    Even good, you make money even while
    you sleep.
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  • Profile picture of the author GiorgioGD
    I use several tools to automize my online business.

    Of course, an autoresponder to convert leads into customers with pre-written emails once they opted-in. I use Getresponse at the moment.

    Next, I use IFTT to get my new blog posts and Youtube videos published on my Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter page, to create a backup of the post on Google Drive and Evernote. without doing the work manually.

    And Manychat to collect leads on Facebook and convert them into customers using sequences.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamel Hassell
    I want to keep the hunam interaction going to so I don't want to automate the whole process.I am denitely in support of using automated tools to improve efficiency .

    Whilst I do use those tools I still take time to contribute ,follow up with my prospects and things like that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris-
    For your own products, if the product (or service, etc.) is high quality, I recommend webinar JV's, because they convert typically 10 times as well as a sales-page or sales-video, and the same product can be sold at a higher price, with happier customers and less refunds. But the product does need to be high quality, with genuine proof of results etc.

    This great method won't work for most affiliate products, because the owner of the mailing-list or social-media following would typically want 40%, and the person who puts together the JV would want a percentage too, so most affiliate products won't leave enough profits to go around.

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  • Profile picture of the author AndreiMorariu
    Clickfunnels for sales funnel creation and ConvertKit for email marketing follow-up automation.
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  • Profile picture of the author noopower
    I don't pretend this will work for anyone, but I get a lot of sign-ups and sales using the HitTex autosurf browser. This application fully automates traffic-building on all the top autosurf traffic exchanges and sends around 25,000 real human visitors to my sites daily. It is free to download and use in its basic version, so why not to try it.
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  • Profile picture of the author SiteNameSales
    I must confess that I spend more time getting all my 'time-saving' apps coordinated than I do with most other tasks on many days.

    You should probably explore some CRMs for a lot of basic tasks and there are about 30 popular automatic social media posting apps that can help. Still, I have yet to find one that posts to each one that I prefer.

    A lot of us are techie fans and can be tempted by the latest software. Automation is a helpful way to build a business foundation. It can get people in the door, but there are often many other factors that will ultimately result in a sale.
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  • Profile picture of the author Viral Thing
    See you can easily sale now but sale is not a easy work but its not a hard work you can choose free method and paid method but I suggest you can paid method and he is best option for sales.
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