No Cold-Calling Affiliate Marketing Success Coaches Program Launched

A new affiliate program has been launched, called Direct Mail Pro. Entrepreneurs can get access to the Big Business In A Box toolkit that helps them to grow and scale their business, and earn 40% commission on referral sales.

Cincinnati, United States - November 19, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Direct Mail Pro has launched a new affiliate marketing program, offering entrepreneurs the chance to earn income working from home. Entrepreneurs can use either a direct mail system or an online system, and get access to a wide range of products and services.

More information can be found at: http://mailingeasy.com

Direct Mail Pro was created by Peter Wolfing, CEO of Multiplex Systems. He has two decades of experience in the affiliate marketing field and has built a base of two million people from around the globe.

The new affiliate marketing program is different to others available on the market, because it has tangible products that get sent out to new affiliates.

This is called the “Big Business In A Box”, and provides a variety of services, products and features. These are designed to help entrepreneurs achieve success, grow their business, and make more sales.

DMP has digital products, physical products, success coaches, closers, and a wide variety of marketing and internet marketing courses.

Direct Mail Pro is a digital and physical product company that helps both individuals and small to medium sized companies to grow and scale. It focuses on high quality education, informative materials, and products.

For marketers who don’t like calling prospects, a team of success coaches is available. They will handle the stress of calling with a courteous and professional manner.

This means that entrepreneurs just have to point people to the presentation provided by Direct Mail Pro, and a team of professionals will engage the leads from there.

Once a newly recommended member buys a box, entrepreneurs get 40% commission. Then, if the referral sells a box, the entrepreneurs get a further 20% commission. From there, the process duplicates.

Direct Mail Pro states: “After 30 years we’ve identified sticking points that trip up many people. We eliminated these points. Lack experience? No worries. Don’t like sales? No problem. Want lifestyle? We got you covered.”

It adds: “We’ve found that the simpler you keep things, the more people can duplicate and the more money is made. We’ve simplified everything so anyone can duplicate! If you can peel a stamp or point people to a video, you can do this!”

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: B J Pollard
Email: Send Email
Organization: BJ Pollard Marketing for Direct Mail Pro
Address: 4479 Valence Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45238, United States
Website: http://www.mailingeasy.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934487

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