Bob Ross Prospecting Tools

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  1. BobCobb

    BobCobb Well-Known Member

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    For you Bob Ross 9 x 12 postcard fans out there here is the latest from him.

    Bought with Uncle Bob's own hard earned dinero, to all my favorite nieces and nephews.

    Merry Christmas!

    Sales Page:

    Code:
    http://bobrossoffline.com/forum/showthread.php?2883-Prospecting-Tools-*Unbranded*-Samples-amp-Sales-Ammunition-Available
    Prospecting Samples:

    Code:
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/sfpra6aygz6n2wc/9x12prospectingsamples.zip
    Editable Prospecting Samples:

    Code:
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/2g0f296w545bqc3/editablePROSPECTINGsamples.zip
     
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    Thank you Uncle Bob, for your gift share!

    Happy Holidays !.
     
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    Thanks BobCobb for your generosity - I managed to get this before the links disappear!

    ...As Bob Ross's stuff gets taken down pretty QUICK:rolleyes:

    :DMERRY Christmas and Happy New Year to all Bhter's here and of course to...Bob Ross;)
     
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    Thank you thank you! I have heard about his other products before, but could not locate them. Does anyone have the complete 9X12? I'm looking to implement his system in 2014, and it would sure help to have all the piece to tie together. :cool: ;)
     
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    Reply to LocalAce's above post#6.

    What BobCobb has very kindly provided here and paid for out of his own denero is the real product.

    Real as in Option 1: Full Resolution Print-ready digital files. (Editable) These are the original PDF format files ready for you to give to your printer or use to email prospects when they want to see more information. The $15 option includes the PSD files so you can edit them any way you'd like.

    The product you are referring to is Option 5: The Professional Pack
    You get 50 9x12's and 100 4x9 Rack Cards Digital Print ready files INCLUDED!

    As Bob seems to be the generous type, why don't you give Bob your mailing address and ask him to print you 50 copies of the 9x12 and 100 of the 4x9 rack cards.

    If Bob doesn't feel like doing that you can ask a VIP member to do a GB, depending on how many participate the VIP can then buy option 5 and wait for it to be shipped out, then divide them up and mail them out to everyone. I'm sure that there will be VIP's lining up to organize it.

    Think about your GB request for a moment, how would it be possible?
    It's a physical product shipped to your door.

    Maybe you can just go with the files provided in the OP and get them printed yourself.

    No feelings were ment to be hurt in the making of this post.
     
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    Thanks for the share Bob!

    Here is what I did with them....
    I took the front psd with the coupons, modified it to suite me.
    Then, saved it as the front psd.
    Then, edited it to create a back with more coupons (using the coupons from the front), and added my extras.
    Then saved that as the back psd.
    Now, I have a complete sample card.

    Then I took Bob Ross's back, with the sales copy on it, and saved that to be sales front psd
    Then took the rack card psd's and put them side by side on the sales front psd.
    Replaced his card pictures with my card pictures
    Saved it as sales back psd.

    Now I have a 9 x 12 sales card. With sales copy on both sides.
    Now, I am heading off to Office Max to get some of each printed off for a couple bucks.
     
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    Thanks Uncle Bob, you're the best uncle ever! :D Wishing you the best!
     
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    vndnbrgj Well-Known Member

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    Hey Bob,

    Do you also have this one? I am after the agreement....

    Code:
    http://bobrossoffline.com/forum/showthread.php?2870-9x12-Guide-Two-Years-and-20-Cards-of-Experience-all-packed-into-a-nifty-guide
     
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    Yes, I requested it a while back and briand was kind enough to share it with me so be sure and give thanks to him.

    Find it here:

    Code:
    http://www.blackhatteam.com/f108/req-9-x-12-zen-mastery-98542.html
    Merry Christmas!
     
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    Thank you for sharing this with us Uncle Bob you're the best uncle ever!
     
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    Shout out to Uncle Bob...

    Thanks for sharing this with us!!!
     
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    BobCobb thank you for your generosity as well as to what you add to BHT. Thank you for this share. Merry Christmas to you and your family!
     
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    I guess my interpratation of this was off then... looked like tempates to offer to clients not the actualy printed items you would take around with you.

    Not being a graphic designer myself, I would be looking for small ads to go on the group 9x12 for different business types, that was what I thought he was offering.

    Going back and looking at his sales page again it still seemed a little vague, until I approached it from the point you just expressed. Which was the printing being done for me. Then it made sense.

    Not being familiar with this vendor, and being a purchaser of items from JVzoo and such over the years. Why would I expect anything to be shipped to me, not a single purchase has ever had items shipped to me in the past.






     
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    Hi vndnbrgj. Would you mind sharing your card with us non-design people? It would be of great help for those of us that can't even draw a stick figure. :eek:

     
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    I agree. That would be fan-freaking awesome!
     
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    Here are some edited samples... Sorry I don't want to display everything I'm doing

    So, I kept the 9x12 sales copy the same, just changed the penny to a nickel since mine costs a little more.

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    Then I took the rack cards and put them side by side on the 9x12 so I have a 9x12 sales card.
    Then, took the jpeg of my sales cards and pasted them over top of Bob Ross' sample cards.

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    I took the top two ads, and copied them.
    Then dragged them done, and made them white so I could put pricing on there.
    When filled, my card will look like this with the exception of ads in the white spaces where the pricing is.
    I didn't like several different multiple sized ads.
    I originally had one size, but kept the smaller size for two ads, as a cheaper option.

    [​IMG]

    I just made all the other ads not visible.
    Then took an image from Google for the EDDM postage spot.
    So advertisers get an idea of what it looks like.
    Then, added what makes my card unique in the empty space.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Damn...I wish I were good with Photoshop. :(

    Those look great, v.
     
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    BobCobb, a nice share indeed, and your personal generosity is greatly appreciated, as is Briand's.

    Happy New Year to all!
     
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    You have just shy of six weeks until February 14th.
    So consider doing a Valentine's Day card.
    Should be much easier to sell with a holiday theme especially to restaurants, florists, jewelers, salons, and other businesses catering to women.

    Are you in a large city or small town?
    For fast cash I would offer ads for $400 and discount down to $300 and no less, if discounting is necessary to close the deal.
    Since it's a holiday theme at an affordable price, which is anything below $500,, you should see quite a bit of interested bizz owners.

    When they ask you "how many have used your service?" remember you are not alone. This forum is your "corporate foundation" reaching across the USA from New York to San Diego, and from Miami Florida to Seattle Washington any everywhere in between. Therefore, hundreds if not thousands have signed up and enjoyed success with strong returns.

    Sign as many as possible. Your first attempt you might have to settle with a 6X12. Then again you might fill a 12x15, which would be almost 30 ads at $300 each totaling Nine Thousand dollars for you. Sounds good huh?

    Remember to share with them, and chat with them. Don't put yourself under pressure as you try to recall exactly what Zig Ziglar or some other sales god might say to close deals. Casually share the benefits, and the card and it's power will almost sell itself.
    Don't hesitate to tell a hairstylist that you need a "hairstylist" on your Valentine project,,, it can be their business or the other hairstylist their competitor, 2 blocks away.

    Practice in a mirror.
    Practice on some sales person in a business that you have no intention of placing on your card. This will eliminate stress and pressure and provide a real world practice exercise.

    I copied this but hell it sounds good!!!!!!!

    You can also use this website,
    Code:
    http://www.everydoordirectmail.com
    . Use fiverr to edit your graphic and then send it to them, then this company packages it and mails them out. You pick the area they go to. Just check it all out before you start.

    I suggest adding a one time setup fee if you can get them to pay it. Start at $99 and let them talk you down no lower than $45. Make sure that if you do 10,000 pieces at .31 then one side makes you that $3100.00. And the other side is all or majority profit.
     
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