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Booklet Tips From Paulette

Writing, producing, and promoting tips booklets for marketing, motivating, and making money.

Friday, April 28, 2006

Keeping Booklet Order Fulfillment Where It Belongs

Many booklet authors have zero interest in filling orders for their booklets. That statement does not mean they (you) don't want to make sales. It just means the mechanics of filling the orders has appeal that can be measured in the minus column.

There are two simple ways to keep from filling orders in your own office:

1. Require minimum orders of 1,000 copies. Doing this means your orders are shipped directly from your printing company, prompted by nothing more than an email or phone call to your printer, who then bills you for the order.

2. Do only licensing deals. That means your client does all the production work because you grant them the right (by written contract) to use your content in very specific ways, including the possibility of printing a certain number of copies. Licensing deals are typically lucrative and no stress of any kind.

We have a licensing contract package to streamline your process even further. See it in the home study kit section of the products menu at our website.

For now,


At 10:36 AM, Blogger Tracey Pullman said...

Outsourcing order fulfillment allows retailers to avoid the need to hire and train temps or buy new scales, lifts, or the like.


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