Revitalizing Your Business – Try This Strategy If Your Booklet Has Been On The Market For A Year Or More

If you’re feeling a little burned out, or your business seems to have stagnated, hold on and keep reading!  Help is on the way!

Today we’ll start with something simple – something you’ve already got – your booklet.

You may be tired of looking at the same old booklet, giving the same old spiel to potential quantity buyers, or perhaps your sales have dwindled as your market has been saturated with your booklet.  An easy way to take care of this problem is to refresh your booklet.

Non-fiction authors do this all the time.  They refresh or update their books with new content and perhaps a new look.  Since nobody likes to have old information on hand, many people will buy the newly updated, refreshed version even if they have purchased before.

This will also help YOU to feel refreshed because you’ll have something new to work on.  You’ll find new information and new ideas that excite you, which you can add to your booklet, while deleting information that is outdated or no longer relevant.

A final plus to this idea is that it is inexpensive and takes very little time.  It’s far less expensive to update a current booklet than it is to create a new one.

If your booklet has been on the market for a year or longer, it might be time to refresh it.  When you do, you’ll see an increase in your sales and in your enthusiasm!

To your riches!

Kim Hillman

PS:  Are you feeling left out because you don’t have a booklet on the market yet?  Would you like to start making money from a booklet within the next two months?  Click here!

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One response to “Revitalizing Your Business – Try This Strategy If Your Booklet Has Been On The Market For A Year Or More

  1. Pingback: Revitalizing Your Business – Monthly Review | Writing For Riches With Booklets

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