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Jan 10, 2008

Free Trial Offers

Free trial offers for a product or service speak volumes about a companies confidence level. Whether it a free trial skin cleanser, vitamin, or business system; the manufacturer must feel strongly about that product or services usefulness.

The potential customer will obtain a free sample and either weigh it against a product currently being used or decide if the service offered will benefit them.

A free trial is a bold statement. It shows that the company is certain that this is the solution to a set groups needs. And that they want this cross section to test something the producer is willing to put their name on. The business knows it is a top quality item before it gets placed in the customers sights.

Consumers get a gift in a free trial offer. They get a product or service offered to try that has been proven and tested to do the job advertised.

All businesses need customers. Customers bring the buying power to maintain a successful future for the company.

The initial cost of offering a free trial is not generally minimal, so the product or service must be outstanding to keep the consumer coming back. Any business could indeed give away a trial sample to any mediocre item, but the repeat business or even the first purchase would not readily happen because the item did not perform as indicated to the public.



Consumers are in the winning seat with these offers. If this is the product to make their skin glow or help them secure a healthy future or lifestyle, they have seized the opportunity and will discover for themselves by taking advantage of this gift.

We as consumers, are able to experiment, with no obligation, improved, unique, and newly created services and products.

Manufacturers are aware in advance who or what their competition is and strive for excellence. Corporations and small businesses alike, spend time, resources, and energy deciding what a portion of the world needs and wants.

Times change and problems arise. A new need presents itself and a product or service becomes available to the consumer to fill that need.

Every type of product or service is not offered as a free trial. The item must be consumable in someway or used daily in a business system. It should be a product that works well and is competitively priced when the free trial is complete. The competition must also be considered in the equation unless it is a new concept product. Free trial products fill a tall order and put a well informed consumer in a better decision making position.

With the ease of the Internet and a click of the mouse, free trial offers on a variety of products and services are given freely and confidently by business owners world wide. They are gifts for the asking and create knowledgeable consumers.

Stephanie Haile aka Wavecritter
www.wavecritter.com

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