I have the company and the Product! What do I do to have success with it?
Maybe I missed the crucial elements here of the story, but what sort of product? Sold online, or in a brick-n-mortar type setting?
I sell online, thru self-hosted sites and using several affiliate programs. I'm just not sure that's what you're after...
Why are you asking us for ideas?
I'm pretty sure that you aren't allowed to sell the other person in your photo mate!
Even though in your avatar you both look like the average MLM couple; I'm sure such promotional enhancing is called Pimping.
Have you considered the benefits of Amway?
1. Get training as A MARKETER. It is vital.
2. Build your lead list and start selling interested people.
a. Business Builders
b. Customers to buy the product
*a nifty idea is to host a 'Tupperware party' with your sponsor @ your place. Invite either a or b -not both at the same time.
Find a Niche market. Find 2 magazines that will happily advertise your product at a fixed cost (obviously two magazines that will be according to your niche).Contact marketing managers from manufacturing firms if you dont want to make it yourself. Build a website. Gain traffic and release. And make sure you sort out tax, business liability and etc.
Is it larger than a breadbox? Can even old women use it effectively? Will it expand when you soak it in brandy? Does it have eyes? Does the government know you have it? If I smoke it in public will I be arrested? Can I make tea with it? Is it going to fit in my sex toy drawer? Will my kids be embarrassed by it? When do I get mine? Is there a charge for shipping? Do the people who manufacture it die of illnesses caused by its toxicity? Any child labor involved? If you had 30 of them would you be overstocked or would you need more? WTF is it?
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