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Thursday, May 12, 2016

Best Selling Small Business Marketing eBook is Free on Amazon Today

Scarcity Marketing Campaigns: Your Guide to Building Scarcity Social Media and Email Marketing Campaigns was originally published on Amazon in April of 2016. The second edition was recently released and it has climbed to #1 in Direct Marketing and #1 in Small Business Marketing on the Amazon Best Sellers lists.
On May 12, 2016, and May 13, 2016, Scarcity Marketing Campaigns is available for free on Amazon. The regular price is $2.99. You can download it now here. If you would like to read a free preview, you can read a preview in your browser or download the pdf on the Scarcity Marketing Campaigns website.

What is Scarcity Marketing?

Scarcity Marketing is the use of tools and tactics to create demand for your product or service by implying to potential customers that there is short supply or that an offer is ending soon. A simple example is that you need to download the Scarcity Marketing Campaigns eBook by the end of day on Friday, May 13, 2016, to get it for free.

About the Scarcity Marketing eBook

  • Are you just getting started with social media and email marketing and need help with your strategy?
  • Are you already producing social media and email marketing campaigns, but can’t get your followers to buy?
  • Are you frustrated with marketing and feel your sales funnel is broken?
  • Are you getting some conversion from your marketing efforts, but want to do better?
In this book, I will teach you everything you need to know to create your own Scarcity Marketing Campaigns. Even if you have just started and only have a couple followers or have just started collecting email addresses, following the instructions in this book will help you engage with your followers, improve conversion, and increase sales. For more information click on the Amazon banner below or go to the Scarcity Marketing Campaigns website.

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