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Give and Keep On Giving

Published on 1/11/2018
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Give and Keep On Giving

      Whatever you are doing in life, you should focus on giving to others. That is, unless of course, you are a baby. Babies can't do much except express how they feel at any given time, such as cry when things are not going the way they want them to.

    But, if you are not a baby, then don't act like one. Instead, when it comes to relating to others in everyday life or in business, you should seek to do what you can to benefit them. Sometimes you will also benefit from doing so, and other times you will not. We already know that many other people will not have the same frame of mind, and will instead consistently take whatever they can from whomever they can. That doesn't mean we should follow their bad example.

     Giving to others ought to be kept in mind even when we are doing something as simple as advertising our business. The appearance and content of our ads ought to be the best we can make them. Are the graphics and layout likely to appeal to those who see them? You want people to enjoy what they see, don't you? You want to give them something worth thinking about in your ad, don't you?

    And what about the written or audio content of your ad? When folks start reading or listening to it will they want to continue to the end, or will they soon quit and go on to something else? Does the content clearly address a need or want that they have? Is it going to give them hope that there is a solution to a problem that they have?

   Questions such as these are what you should be asking yourself whether you are posting an actual ad, or if you are writing an article about a particular subject.

    The next thing that you ought to provide in an ad or in a blog post is a way for people to learn more about what could be of benefit to them.

     Your online ads should, of course, provide a clickable call to action button or link that people can use to go right to the website that has the detailed information that they seek. Your blog posts, including your IBO press releases, should have a clicking text or banner link at the conclusion of it for your readers to use. Please, don't make them go scrolling up to the top of the page to search for something to click in order learn more.

    Next, when people get the your page, website, or ebook, make very sure it is of the very highest quality possible. If you give them something that is either merely mediocre, or downright dismal, they are not likely to want anything else you offer to them. And they'll probably never want to actually buy any product or service from you.

     If you do give people something of good value, and they become customers of yours, then the next thing you must do is to serve them exceptionally well.  Don't let them get the impression that you just care about making the sale and do not really care about them.

     Whenever one of your customers does have a problem regarding something they bought from you, you should seek to resolve it in way that, if at all possible, will truly satisfy them. Even if you lose money on the transaction, and even if it was “not your fault,” you should try to make things right with them. It is better for them and you to lose them as a customer, if need be, than lose them both as a customer and also lose their respect. Losing the latter can make them bitter toward you and some of them will go around maligning your character when telling others about you.

    At end of the day, and at the end of your life, how much money you have made will not likely be what really matters. Will you be able to look back and see that you've served others as best that you could, and perhaps made their lives a little better?

     In regards to what I've shared here, one of things I personally plan to do more of this year is to let as many people as I can know about what Gorilla Marketing Pro can do for them. I'll give GMP away for free as much as I can, knowing people can benefit from using it for free for as long as they want.

     Even the free level of Gorilla Marketing Pro is a complete marketing system with 14 promotional pages that members can use to build their own email list of unlimited size. They can then send out an email in both HTML and text format as often as once every 48 hours to everyone on their list. And they get paid for everyone who joins GMP as their referral.

    I happen to be an upgraded member of GMP, and I know that if any of the people who get the free membership ever upgrade to even the Platinum level (which is $10 a month) they will be able to make as many pages like the one below as they want. If that is not a great value at very low cost then I do not know what is. Want to use many powerful marketing tools for free? Then click the button on the page this is displayed below. Join and then give GMP away to as many people as you can who could benefit from using it. And in as many ways as you can, give what you can, when you can, to be of help to other people.


 

 

 

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