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What advice would you give to someone who wants to sell products online?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by curtainsplitter, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. curtainsplitter

    curtainsplitter Newbie

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    I think i've found a niche in the market..what advice would you give me before i tried my niche out?
     
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    Learn about your targets and pick your sales pitch according to it. Don't try to sell to different kind of people as you will end up having a blurry pitch which will convert no body.

    Don't be impatient, take care of your e reputation, watch your competitors practice to promote their products, define the juicy vectors, and over use them once you master the process.

    Don't jump on anything, learn how to seize an opportunity when the timing is good.
     
  3. GiorgioB

    GiorgioB Supreme Member

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    - see thru your customers' eyes
    - cheapest is not always the most successful
    - get targeted traffic

    if you can be successful in those three things, you'll do great business!
     
  4. curtainsplitter

    curtainsplitter Newbie

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    thanks guys..
     
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    Laser target your audience or you're gonna fail. Don't be afraid to go big if something works out on a smaller scale. Pretty basic, really but timeless reminders. ;)