Easy Profit Increase

Want to increase your profits by 20% to 50% today?

It’s easy.

Simply add an offer to the thank you page of anything you give away or sell.

When someone subscribes to your list, offer something on the thank you page. You could even set it up as a one time offer or limited time offer.

The easiest method for limited offers is through setting cookies although that method most definitely isn’t perfect as some people delete cookies. See here for a simple free script… You can also find more advanced scripts out there that work off IP addresses and databases.

When they buy any of your products, your thank you page is prime real estate for the next offer.

Every thank you page should have an offer for another related item.

What happens after they buy the next item? It’s another thank you page with an offer.

What if you don’t have any other related products? That’s simple. Find someone who does…and offer their product on your thank you page. If you have a large number of sales coming through on your item you can easily setup a special joint venture with someone else to sell their product on your thank you page. If any of my products would be a good fit and you have a lot of sales coming through, I’m sure we could work something out.

If you’re just getting started in the market or your item isn’t producing a lot of sales, you can easily join an affiliate program. Write a recommendation for the product and post that to your thank you page along with your affiliate link.

You might say, “But I don’t want to be seen as a pushy salesperson!”

You could even do these thank you sales messages very gentle. For example, look at how gentle this one is after someone buys the Internet Lifestyle Retirement System: http://www.internetlifestylesystem.com/thankyou.html

All I do on that page is thank you for your order and then say, “You may also be interested in Blogging Mastery – setting up and profiting from your own blog…”

Talk about being gentle! That’s much more gentle than the majority of my thank you pages, but it is still convincing 18% of customers to buy the next product (being more aggressive on some of my other sites has higher rates).

You might say to me, “Terry, this is all just too simple. I was expecting a deep secret.”

Often it’s the basics we end up forgetting. While writing this post I reprimanded myself for forgetting this on several of my products! And if I’m forgetting to do it at times, it’s pretty likely many of my readers are as well.

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