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Go Where the Money Is

Are you wasting your time, money, and enthusiasm on people who sincerely aren't interested in what you have to offer? Instead of looking for suspects who may have the capacity to buy your product or service some day down the road, start seeking prospects who are qualified to do so today. In other words, go where the money is. Here are some tips on how to find prime, qualified targets today:
  • Build a strong client list of names, addresses, e-mails, and phone numbers by placing customers on a preferred client mailing and announcement list. After requesting to add them to your client list, be sure to follow through and make formal announcements once you compile your client list.
  • Use the Internet to search for other industries that have a similar target audience (those who are complementary versus competitive with your business). When you determine which other businesses would also sell to your client, contact them and offer to share or trade prospect names with them.
  • Don't limit your prospecting simply to previous or current customers. A large number of high-quality prospects and leads can be turned into profitable clients through regular and strategic communication with them.
  • Avoid general advertisements, letters, or promotions. Always make sure that your offers refer to a specific product or service. This way, readers with strong interests can easily qualify themselves and take advantage of your offer.
  • Always focus your efforts on the markets, prospects, and activities that offer you the highest probability of a payoff. The less energy you waste on suspects, the more you have left for big, rewarding prospects.



Getting Everything You Can Out of All You'Ve Got: 21 Ways You Can Out-Think, Out-Perform, and Out-Earn the Competition
by Jay Abraham

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Based on the belief that anyone can advance in life by tapping into hidden assets and developing the right mindset, Jay Abraham's book Getting Everything You Can Out of All You've Got, offers 21 ways you can out-think, out-perform, and out-earn the competition. Along with advice on how to find better and more exciting ways of doing things, persuade people to follow your lead, and forge strong, established business relationships, Abraham encourages people to sell themselves and their ideas, not just their company's product or service. Like the title suggest, Abraham offers helpful advice and engaging strategies on how to get everything you can out of all you've got.


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