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Monday, November 07, 2005

How's the business going? Have you created your spectacular sales letter that is bringing in the masses? How's your optin list going? Finding enough content for your ezine? Do you find the prices you have set for your products are fair and agreeable with your customers while still staying in the competition? All these things are part of maintiaining your business.
If you are still organizing and rearranging your sales package to create the best effective strategy here is an article that may help you get on the right track. I found it useful in getting my prospective package all sorted and honed to perfection.

Creating a “Knock-Your-Socks-Off” Prospect Package
Copyright 2005 Jennifer McGroary

Before planning a direct mail campaign, it’s important to
take some time and carefully put together your sales
material. This is what I refer to as your Prospect Package.
Depending on the sales situation, your Prospect Package may
be built with several different components.

1. Sales Letter - Keep it simple and not too "techie".

Another key point is to write down the objective of your
sales letter. Are you trying to sell a new service to
existing customers... announce a sale to potential
clients... create greater demand for a service you already
provide? Your letter should then be developed around that
single objective for maximum effectiveness.

The body of your sales letter should achieve three
different things:

o Maintain the readers attention;

o Calls the reader to action;

o Informs the reader that you are skilled enough to handle
their needs.

98% of this can be accomplished by filling your sales
letter with benefits, benefits, and even more benefits. The
more benefits you can offer, the better your offer will be
received. Remember, the reader wants to know what's in it
for them. They want to know that you can improve their
current situation.

2. Enclose a Portfolio CD

If you design web sites/graphics, you'll need a way to show
your work to potential clients. Placing your sites/work on
a CD is a great way to do this.

This gives your prospects an opportunity to see what you
offer, without them having to connect to the Net, and type
in your URL's.

3. Price Sheet - (optional)

Your price sheet simply outlines what your rates are, as
well as what's included with each service. If some of your
services are geared towards specific target audiences, then
do mention this within the descriptions.

4. Bid Sheet

Include a form that prospects can fill out to get a quote
for your services. Ask all the relevant questions needed to
respond with a quote.

5. Business Card

Don't forget to enclose your business card. If they aren't
in need of your services now, they will know who to contact
when they are ready.

This is only a condensed plan for a Prospect Package. A
detailed description of of an “Knock-Your-Socks-Off”
Prospect Package can be found in The Web Hosts and
Designer’s Marketing Guide at http://www.webbizinfo.com

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ahead of your competition.


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Article by Jennifer McGroary
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