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I read an article recently about how many mainstream retail companies are using the standard 28 minute infomercial to more effectively target customers and sell their products.

Now James Conner Inverted Jersey , I have to confess, I have never used an infomercial to market a Big Ticket product. But I have purchased many products after watching infomercials. The evidence is the Bowflex machine sitting upstairs in our spare room, the Tony Robbins CD sets on my shelf and the ProActiv solution my wife loves.

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What I found interesting about this article is how infomercials were being successfully used to market Big Ticket items and how the infomercial is based on good T. J. Watt Inverted Jersey , solid direct and internet marketing and copywriting principles.

First some statistics.

The article talked about Timothy Hawthorne of Hawthorne Direct based out of Iowa.

His company:

has produced and managed more than 500 infomercial campaigns for companies like Apple and Nissan has nearly 70 employees has $120 million in billings owns a 15% share of the 1 Billion (Yes, Billion!) infomercial media buying customers

According to the article, Timothy Hawthorne does not consider himself an advertising guy. Instead he sees himself as what he calls an "audiovisual communicator" or storyteller." Hawthorne believes that an effective infomercial embeds a product in a tale of hope and transformation that entertains Terrell Edmunds Inverted Jersey , delights and persuades".

Sounds an awful lot like the principles behind effective direct and internet Big Ticket marketing doesn't it?

You have a big ticket product. When you write copy for your product you want to really tell a story about how your product can transform a problem for your customer into a solution for that customer. The more closely you can make the customer feel as if he were the person in the story you are "painting" the easier it will be for him see how your product will solve his or her problem.

Persuasion occurs when you show the benefits of your product and also point out how your product can resolve any of the objections or reservations that a customer might have about the product.

In a long copy sales letter you persuade in print. In an infomercial you persuade with both sight and sound. Some website sales letters incorporate both by having audio or video testimonials for products just like an infomercial would have.

The article also states: "In contrast to the campaign-driven techniques that prevail in mainstream advertising, infomercial marketers combine rigorous product development, exhaustive consumer targeting Jerome Bettis Inverted Jersey , and daily scrutiny of advertising rates to create pitches that can be refined to maximize sales."

Again, this sounds just like what you would do in a direct or internet Big Ticket Marketing campaign.

You find a market hungry for a solution to their problems. You build a product which meets or preferably exceeds the desires and needs of that hungry market.

You ensure high quality in the product and you tailor your sales to your target audience (your defined niche).

As much as possible you pre-qualify the people who see your offer so they are already receptive to what you have to sell. On the web you could do this via Google Ad-Words and ensuring that keyword searches return a link to your product high up in the search results. If someone is already searching for keywords related to your product, chances are great they might be interested in your product.

In direct marketing Zach Gentry Jersey , the pre-qualification might be managed by someone responding to an advertisement in a trade magazine on a topic related to the solution that your product delivers. They could call to hear a recorded message or write to obtain further information about your product. In both these cases, the customer is showing interest in your product and giving you information about how to contact them and follow up with them.

This is what is called "getting your customer to raise their hand" to show they might be interested in what you have to offer. And after you obtain their contact information and their permission for you to send them information, you follow up with them forever or until they tell you they are no longer interested.

Now Benny Snell Jr. Jersey , creating an infomercial is not the right approach for every product.

Here were some interesting points (from the article) about the infomercial business:

The typical infomercial viewer is a mass-market consumer between 30 and 50 years old with some college education and an annual income of $50,000 Only 30% of all TV viewers will buy anything sold on TV Only 1 in 100 will actually dial the phone number given on the infomercial The most successful infomercials are for products targeting fitness and diet, health and beauty Justin Layne Jersey , home convenience appliances and business opportunities. Costs of product production, telemarketing and fulfillment for an infomercial can range from $35,000 to $350 Diontae Johnson Jersey ,000 per spot. This can go as high as $1 Million if the infomercial uses a celebrity to endorse the product. And don't forget the cost of buying the media itself which can range from $20,000 for the initial small market test to as much as $1 million per week for a nationwide cable rollout. Successful infomercials sell high margin products that sell for $30 to $1,000. Only about 1 in 60 infomercials turns a profit However Devin Bush Jersey , if your infomercial is successful annual sales could exceed 50 million And if its a homerun infomercial it could be worth over 1 billion Viewer recall of infomercials is 3 Flexible Glass Market 201. Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Wholesale Authentic Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap Authentic NFL Jerseys Cheap Authentic Soccer Jerseys Cheap New NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys China Free Shipping

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