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by Lou Diamond
 
eBook Promotion for NEWBIES

Advanced Pricing Strategies You MUST KNOW to Profit !

Internet. Business. Profit.

Let me ask you a question. The last time you launched your own product to sell online, or even offline, how did you come to a conclusion about what price you were going to be selling at?

At a guess, I’d probably say

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eBook Promotion for NEWBIES

Advanced Pricing Strategies You MUST KNOW to Profit !

Internet. Business. Profit.

Let me ask you a question. The last time you launched your own product to sell online, or even offline, how did you come to a conclusion about what price you were going to be selling at?

At a guess, I’d probably say you looked at the competition to see what they were charging. While this is a good start, it’s far from the whole picture, and you’re fumbling in the dark if you looking at competition is the only factor you’re taking into account.

Did you know you can double your sales volume by doubling your price? I’ve done it myself, and I’ll show you how!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012236074
Publisher:
Lou Diamond
Publication date:
03/02/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
455 KB

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eBook Promotion for NEWBIES 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This looks like a bad Powerpoint slide show formatted as an ebook. All double "L"s reduced to singles: sel, seling, wel etc. Biggest laugh is the section on adding value - should have taken their own tidbit of advice. Save your time and money.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Pure gas. Hard to imagine more wasted space than is contained in this rip-off! The text is poorly written, poorly organized, and (like so much in the e-market) full of typos. Reads like the meanderings of used-car salesmen up too late at night. Information of value to anyone interested in the topic can be reduced to about a page. That's it. Examples include vague anecdotes, and not even much of that to boot. Most of the text tells you what the author is planning on telling you when he gets around to telling you. Then when he does (many pages later), there is nothing to learn that your own good sense wouldn't have provided in the first place. SAVE YOUR MONEY!