Dennis Regling’s Advice for Magicians: Use Different Cards

Not Virtual – Real

Dennis Regling, BellaOnline’s Magic Editor, is a source of great information
for us Magic-types.

(By definition, Inside Magic considers anyone who has tested
positive for the Magic Bug to be a “Magic-type” even if the illness has not yet
developed into a chronic condition).

Mr. Regling recently posted a very
helpful article on the incredible power of postcards in getting, converting, and
keeping clients.

The incredible aspect of the essay? He means real postcards
– not virtual ones. That’s right. Mr. Regling presents great methods for
boosting business by addressing, applying postage to, and physically sending
postcards to real people.

Check out the article at BellaOnline for tips for the most effective prose,
how to obtain prospect lists, the right way to solicit feedback from clients,
and even very specific instruction on the type of postage to use.

As always, the
article is practical and based on real-life experience. He even provides six
different sources for printing (and even mailing) your postcards.

Mr.
Regling’s column is a great source of information and instruction in the
internet. Put it on your “favorites” list or bookmark it.

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Not Virtual – Real

Dennis Regling, BellaOnline’s Magic Editor, is a source of great information
for us Magic-types.

(By definition, Inside Magic considers anyone who has tested
positive for the Magic Bug to be a “Magic-type” even if the illness has not yet
developed into a chronic condition).

Mr. Regling recently posted a very
helpful article on the incredible power of postcards in getting, converting, and
keeping clients.

The incredible aspect of the essay? He means real postcards
– not virtual ones. That’s right. Mr. Regling presents great methods for
boosting business by addressing, applying postage to, and physically sending
postcards to real people.

Check out the article at BellaOnline for tips for the most effective prose,
how to obtain prospect lists, the right way to solicit feedback from clients,
and even very specific instruction on the type of postage to use.

As always, the
article is practical and based on real-life experience. He even provides six
different sources for printing (and even mailing) your postcards.

Mr.
Regling’s column is a great source of information and instruction in the
internet. Put it on your “favorites” list or bookmark it.

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