THE GREAT MAIL ORDER MYTH There are a number of totally unrealistic beliefs about the mail order business. To belive in any of them can be dangerous to your pocketbook. Here are some of the most common ones:
When a reporter is wowed, intrigued, surprised or captivated by your press release, you can be pretty sure you’ll get some media coverage. And for most businesses, positive media coverage is worth its weight in gold. The bad news: Although truckloads of news releases fill reporters’ inboxes every day, few of them are dazzling, or even interesting.
Volunteering your services can be an excellent way to form new business
relationships and raise your business’s profile while lending a hand to a good cause.
However, unless you take care, it can also become all-consuming, with little return
(besides creating good karma).
It is important for any prospective business purchaser to perform due diligence in researching a potential target business. Some of the documents you will need to collect and review in your analysis of whether a particular business would be a good acquisition include the following types of documents.
How can you get an extra hour out of each day? For many small business owners this is a daily challenge.
Here is a business with true unlimited opportunity. “Everyone and their brother” uses coupons — they are well known and well ingrained element of the American Way!
As crazy as it seems, some people spend more time choosing a coffee machine than they do selecting the business broker or intermediary that will sell their business. This can be a fatal mistake that can cost time, money, and sometimes the ability to sell the business at all.
Listing names of Big Mail Requestors, and sending out packages of Big Mail is an easy way to get your start in the business of selling by mail.There are a number of mail order operators pulling in an easy, extra thousand dollars a month, by what you’d hardly call work – doing nothing more than receiving money for advertising a list of people’s names interested in receiving Big Mails, and sending out envelopes stuffed to overflowing with Big Mail.