The biggest expense in the field of mail order is mailing and printing. Here is a very good, accepted plan for getting 600 3x6 circulars printed and mailed FREE!
Find an offset printer in your locale or by mail order who charges $12 or $13 per thousand for printing 100 9x12's, both sides.
Place the following advertisement in several leading mail-order publications:
1000 3x6 circulars printed for only $3. Send camera-ready copy.
Our non-conflicting ad on the back. (Your name and address).
On a 9x12 sheet of paper you can get six 3x6 circulars.
Six orders from you advertisement nets you $18 cash.
You paste your customers' camera-ready 3x6 circulars on a 9x12 sheet of paper.
You paste six of your own camera-ready 3x6 circulars on another 9x12 sheet of paper. These will be printed on the reverse side of your customers' circulars.
Both copies are then sent to the printer for printing.
After printing have the printer cut out each individual 3x6 circular apart.
You will then have six 3x6 circulars, 1000 of each.
Package the 3x6 circulars and ship them to the proper customer.
Your customer has paid to have 1000 3X6 circulars printed. He will be doing the mailing. Your ad is printed on the back.
THERE IT IS: 6000 3X6 CIRCULARS PRINTED AND MAILED FREE!
Everyone that starts out learning the mail order business is normally introduced to Commission Circulars very early in the game. You have probably seen ads claiming "how you can make money - sometimes as much as $5,000 - for every page you copy".
The purpose of this report is to outline a simple, step-by-step program that will enable you to start making "sales by mail" immediately!
Everyday more and more people are jumping on the "mail order" bandwagon - starting their own, or getting involved in some kind of mail order selling endeavor - and hoping to get rich.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: A short note acknowledging receipt of an order. Used especially when a check is sent as payment, and shipment will be delayed until the check clears.
You can make a million dollars or more in mail order, but it's going to require a complete understanding of the business as well as a little bit of know-how on your part.
Just about anyone can offer recipes for sale, and make a few extra dollars. Believe it or not, almost anyone who sells recipes through all the "chain letter" recipe clubs, National Inquirer and similar efforts, makes money.
Don't just glance at your junk mail and throw it away! Save it - it can put extra money in your pockets! As a matter of fact, you can make some "easy" extra money with all your incoming mail...
If you are an old hand at mail order, or a newcomer to the business, sooner or later you are going to want to try your lick at having your own publication.
How much money do you want to make? Do you need a steady second income? Do you want to have your own business, be your own boss, and make your own decisions?
If you see ads for the same opportunity you are trying to sell, invest a few dollars and have a typesetter design you a completely different looking ad from everyone else that will stand out and be noticed.