Increase Your Income by Using Direct Mail to Sell Your Products and Services

  • by Stephen Tweed
  • Narrated by Stephen Tweed
  • 0 hrs and 59 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

Perhaps you've had good results with an e-marketing campaign, but you want to reach people in a less-temporary manner or reach people for whom you don't have e-mail addresses. It's time to consider using a high-payoff method: snail-mail direct marketing. When you learn the nuances of this proven process, you'll get much better results than an e-mail-only campaign for many products/services. Over the past two years, Stephen has shifted his business from being a "consultant who speaks" to being CEO of a company with seven different specific revenue streams. In order to promote their growing revenue streams, Stephen and his son, Jason, launched an agressive electronic marketing program using their Web site and electronic newsletters. Yet they recognized they were missing a great opportunity in their 3,500-member mailing list. They went back to using direct mail and doubled their teleseminar registrations. They also use direct mail to sell speaking engagements, public seminars, and consulting engagements.
Don't miss this opportunity to increase your income. Join Stephen and Jason Tweed for this interactive discussion of how to use direct mail in coordination with other marketing techniques to grow your business and raise your revenue.


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Customer Reviews

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I have bought dozens of Audible titles and have never disliked anything strongly enough to write a bad review..

But this is a complete scam. Any 4th grader could have done as good a job. The book offers NOTHING in content and is a big joke.

Anyone who buys this should have their money refunded.

This should be removed from inventory.
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- Steve Wilson

Who is the interviewer?

Where does Increase Your Income by Using Direct Mail to Sell Your Products and Services rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Difficult to listen too.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Stephen Tweed?

No, he is fine.

Any additional comments?

The constant comments from the interviewer were difficult at best. Her constant ah ha's drove me crazy. She should have stated the questions and let him talk.

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- Terry

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-03-2005
  • Publisher: SpeakerNet News