Have you ever wanted on how to use physical products online? If so you MUST listen to Trey Lewellen’s story. He takes you to step by step through everything he has done and is doing to get massive results.
UPS just called and asked if they could just park a 40-foot trailer every day at his office because it would be easier for them than coming to pick up all of the packages he is sending out every single day. He releases how to find out what your avatar’s wallet size is.
If you want your brand to be remembered, it’s time to use a physical product for marketing that probable customers will love. Everyone enjoys getting freebies. The rule of reciprocity can be a powerful method in your marketing strategy and it’s simple. When you do, say, or give someone something, they naturally feel compelled to give back.
Physical Product Marketing That Works
Long gone are the days of pithy, throwaway promotional items. A physical product can be a strategic marketing strategy but only if it’s useful and has a long life. Nobody wants to get home from a trade show and throw cheap, useless items in the bin. By showing some thought and care, your item will be cherished and used.
Important promotional products leave a lasting positive impression and will remind potential customers of your brand. By giving high-quality items, they’ll know you provide equally high-quality services. Now that’s a good impression!
Selling Physical Products Is The Best Way to Start A Business
If you want to create change, it starts with you. How? Simple: take ownership of a problem, create a solution to that problem, find others you can serve with the same problem, and introduce them to your solution.
Before I ever got into Amazon or physical products I was doing affiliate marketing with Clickbank and selling info products. So to be asked to speak as the keynote at the Clickbank Platinum Summit in Riviera Maya, Mexico is a huge honor.
This room was filled with internet marketers who know how to build an audience and I argue here that serving those audiences with physical products is the “real business.”
It is the biggest opportunity to make enough money to achieve financial freedom for life AND the best way to be of service to people on their customer journey.