How to Strategically get your Competitors' Best Clients for Only Pennies on the Dollar
Auburn, CA (PRWEB) March 17, 2009
Sadly, despite all the advances in the fields of manufacturing and DNA research, there is still no new client factory. It's up to business owners to attract and retain clients, and all your most profitable future clients already exist. Many of them probably belong to your competitors, so it's up to you to persuade them to do business with you instead.
Author Steve Von Loren clearly explains in specific detail these proprietary strategies and systems in this new book, "How To Strategically Get Your Competitors' Best Clients for Only Pennies on the Dollar". This book is a result of over 14 years of intensive research and case studies covering thousands of business owners in over 57 industries. Excerpts from his book have appeared in MSNBC, The Today Show, The Washington Post, Entrepreneur, Fox Business News, Yahoo! Small Business, thestreet.com, and many others.
Steve Von Loren says, "These are skills business owners can learn. At its base, it comes down to advertising; something successful business owners are doing anyway. Plus, if you're going after your competitors' clients, your chances for success increase for two reasons: You're targeting only those prospects who have already purchased or are in the process of purchasing a product or service similar to yours, and you're rewarding the competition's best clients for taking immediate action while showing you proof of their purchasing intent."
Author, Steve Von Loren says, "These are such powerful strategies that if you have any qualms about the devastating effects on your competitors' business; i.e., ensuing layoffs, business closures, and then maybe you should reconsider implementing these strategies. I say this not to scare you, but to make you realize that for every winner there has to be a loser. Are you willing to accept these consequences? "
Von Loren states, "While beating the "snot" out of your competitors is not normally socially acceptable, you'll find some tremendous advantages in using the strategies in this book. These are not strategies for "the faint of heart" all of the big companies - Microsoft, GE, Dell, and Proctor & Gamble - were all built by the toughest and savviest business people who were willing to go out and do whatever they had to do to take over the market."
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