Developing And Profiting From Your Golden House E-Mail List

Do you run a traditional ‘bricks and mortar’ business? Do you take full advantage of your customers?

Whether it be a shop, a showroom, or even if you run a service business, just because your customers may only come into your business premises once or twice, if you are not ‘extracting’ for want of a better word, ‘every penny’ from them, you are leaving huge profits on the table.

So how do you get more money out of your customers and in turn keep them happy and loyal customers for many years to come?

Today’s article by Dr Jeffrey Lant, CEO Worldprofit, talks about just this very subject. It explains why you need to be getting your customers address and email from them when they visit and then how to use them to full advantage.

To read the complete article visit: Articles / Internet Marketing / Developing and Profiting From Your E-Mail List

If you enjoyed this article perhaps there may be others you would also enjoy, so why not have a look through our other articles published on this website. Most of the articles are from the Worldprofit Article Directory at Dr Jeffrey Lant Articles, which now contains over 250 articles.

You can also have these articles to publish on your own websites or blogs by becoming a Worldprofit Silver or Platinum Dealer. To find out more you can visit the Worldprofit pages on this website or visit my Worldprofit website at The Income Zone. All you need to do is join as a FREE Associate to find out more about this fantastic business opportunity.

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Published by Graham

My name is Graham Lee and I am the owner of 'Thoughts On Internet Marketing', as well as other websites Marketing Information Products, Ebooks and Software for Internet Marketing and Affiliate Marketing. I've been involved in Internet Marketing for about 5 Years on a part-time basis, whilst holding down a full-time job. I now work more online but also have a number of offline businesses in Photography and Woodworking.

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