Hoiw should I advertize?

by Draconicfire 12 replies
Ok, I have found a program that gives me online training, AND pays me to use it (In a round about way). I really like it, and want to promote it... But I want to do it in a way that isn't pushy or obnoxious... I want people to actually want to come in without feeling pressured, or that it's "too good to be true"... Any ideas would be helpful.

Thanks in advance!
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  • Profile picture of the author Graham Maddison
    if it gives you on line training, doesn't it suggest how to market it?

    If not I would suggest it's not such a good training program!

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    • Profile picture of the author Draconicfire
      Originally Posted by Graham Maddison View Post

      if it gives you on line training, doesn't it suggest how to market it?

      If not I would suggest it's not such a good training program!

      Graham
      I basically need to find a softer way of wording the ads, since the samples they give you are a little more pushy than I personally would like.
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      • Profile picture of the author Graham Maddison
        with respect, surely if you are learning, then isn't it best to follow the advice and ways of your mentors until you can prove they don't work?

        I suspect you are maybe loosing focus, or certainly in danger of doing so.

        Which training site is it anyway?

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        • Profile picture of the author Draconicfire
          Originally Posted by Graham Maddison View Post

          with respect, surely if you are learning, then isn't it best to follow the advice and ways of your mentors until you can prove they don't work?

          I suspect you are maybe loosing focus, or certainly in danger of doing so.

          Which training site is it anyway?

          Graham
          I follow the advice of my mentors all the time, yet I find that sometimes I need to meld theor ways of doing things into a final product.

          As I know I am not supposed to use affiliate links, here is the link to the main site

          www.BBSGlobal-diamond-elite.com
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        • Profile picture of the author Tirmizi
          write articles about it , or reviews of the product and let people make up there own mind before getting to use the product.
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          • Profile picture of the author Draconicfire
            Part of the way that my team is doing things is by offering the 1st month free... So that people can have a f30 day trial, at no risk to themselves.
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          • Profile picture of the author myob
            Offer a "free tips newsletter" that gently promotes the product while offering real value to your subscribers. My best customers were at first subscribers to my newsletter.
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            • Profile picture of the author Draconicfire
              Originally Posted by myob View Post

              Offer a "free tips newsletter" that gently promotes the product while offering real value to your subscribers. My best customers were at first subscribers to my newsletter.
              That is actualy a great Idea... Thank you very much.

              I can understand why the 1st person to reply to my post said what he did... I have heard all that my mentors have to say, and I just wanted to get other people's ideas as well. I find that the more ideas and information I can gather, the better the end result will be.
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              • Profile picture of the author myob
                Dranicfire,

                Have you tried using the ads suggested by your mentors? You may find these ads work. Just don't use them word for word, but try to understand the sales technique behind them and adapt to your own style.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chipt
    1. Don't misspell words in your headline like you did here

    2. Use your real name and not some meaningless [to other people] alias instead of your real name

    Chip Tarver

    PS - Yes I understand the SEO implications of using misspelled words, so that idea is excepted here...
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    • Profile picture of the author abelacts
      Give useful content on your website or newsletter. And promote the product by mentioning it in the content. In newsletter, I find that the most effective is to promote products in solo mail style.

      Another thing I learned the hard way is you have to build in your personality in your marketing. Don't follow blindly. Some can really hard sell but if it's not for you, you can't fake it. Some can sell by using humor. If you are not a humorous person, you can't imitate. Adapt and modify to suit your style.
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