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We cover a quick hack that will increase your revenue & help train customers properly. I'm On A Boat - The Lonely Island

 
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Driving home late one night a man found a bag with $15,200 USD in it. Rather than running home to "high five" his wife about this stroke of luck, he turned it in to the police. When commenting on this man's selfless action, the chief himself said if he were in the same position, he could only hope he would do the same. Shortly after the story went public, people on the internet began saying that he was stupid for having turned it in. You've got to applaud the man's character. But you don't need to wait for $15,200 to magically fall into your lap. Instead, you can get one of our customer-grabbing solutions to start generating your own financial windfall: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to being rewarded for hard work, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com


 
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There's nothing like quickly boosting your sales numbers. It's something we all love to see. And there are all kinds of ways to do it. Lucky for you, we're covering one of the fastest ways that you can jack up your sales numbers in our latest podcast: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-brutal-bonuses-how-to-decrease-your-sales-with-one-easy-tactic/ The thing is - a LOT of people do this wrong and end up sabotaging their biz. Naturally, we show you how to avoid this as well. Here's to tactically increasing sales & avoiding poverty, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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BonusesFlyer
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The trick to giving good bonuses that DON'T turn away sales.

 
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Let's chat about marketing for a second, shall we? Yes - I know I said "Sales"...but you'll be ok - read on. A withered-old marketing grand master once told me: "The stupid-simple definition of marketing is this: Find out what the market wants, and give it to them." Simple as advertised. And yet, devastatingly effective. The more time you put into finding what the market wants, the less sales resistance you will run into. No need to hard-sell anyone if they're already frothing at the mouth for what 'choo got. Translated: sales come easier and faster. Once you've got a product and a target market picked out, all you need to do is find out where they're at. Hint - They're over here: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to finding buyers who want what you got - rather than trying to convince people to buy, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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Making sales is the lifeblood of any biz. And increasing the size & profit of each sale can have a dramatic impact on the old bottom line. With that in mind, I've gone ahead and "pulled back the curtain" on an interesting sales tactic. In this podcast, I'm showing you how you can secretly train a customer to spend more. No hard-line negotiating. No confrontation. No difficult sales process. It's an easy little tweak that could change your biz instantly: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-price-anchoring-how-to-secretly-train-a-customer-to-willingly-spend-more/ But it's only going to work for people who will put it into ACTION. And if you don't, your competition will. Here's to increasing sales using soft sales tactics, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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So I found this the other day: "So my girlfriend asked why I carried a handgun in the kitchen. I told her "In case of government spies." She laughed. I laughed. The toaster laughed. I shot the toaster. It was a good morning." I guess I can't argue with that logic. Although, it is nice to have your hunches turn out to be correct. Unfortunately, this is how most people go about their advertising - according to a gut feel. A random thought. Some weird "Frankenstein-pieced-together-from-a-thousand-different-ideas" ad campaign. And it works about as often as your toaster laughing back at your joke. Don't randomly throw money at advertising: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to being able to stand back and scream, "IT'S ALIVE!!!!" when your ad campaign actually works, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com