Online Marketing Tip for Salespeople
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In this episode,  Thomas Gobeaux a listener from France, who is an online marketing consultant, came to us with a question that was very specific to his industry:

"I love doing complimentary bonuses when selling someone else's product. I'm selling a language product online now, but can't think of a bonus that would:

  • be relevant to the niche
  • not be available for free online
  • be enticing enough to make it worth the purchase by itself"

At one point, we considered not airing this since it's application is somewhat limited. However, we decided to let YOU make that decision. It certainly will have the effect of opening your eyes to an entirely other world of online marketing. Thanks to Thomas for his question.Bryan will be back next week!  You can learn more about Thomas Gobeaux by visiting http://www.tgbx.org/

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