Product Marketing / February 16, 2013

Product Marketing: How to Get Higher Prices By Differentiating Your Offer (Get access to a secret post also)

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Marlon here.

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3-step formula for product marketing:

1. Target buyers
2. Build your list
3. Send offers and make sales

Differentiation is absolutely key to #3. I’ve produced an additional 650-word WRITTEN explanation of the single easiest way to differentiate a product or service. Just share one of my recent popular ezine issues (To Listize, You Have to Monetize) on Facebook or Twitter and you’ll get INSTANT access to this additional written post. Use the TWITTER share if you get an ERROR on the FACEBOOK. I can’t seem to get the Facebook to work on my box. But the Twitter unlocks your reward EASY!!

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Author of "The Amazing Formula That Sells Like Crazy", creator of the original Push Button Letters software, creator of the genre of "Dashboard" info products. Speaker in 120 seminars around the wordl.




marlon says:

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Joe says:

Make it better to deliver more value.

Brings to mind also the Gillette technique. Always have tomorrow's improved product ready before you introduce the current innovation today.

marlon says:

Hey Joe,

That's so true about Gillette.

Marlon

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