Sales Letter Systems (Series):



Sales letters are generally issued in a series to a selected list of prospective customers, to achieve the planned sales targets. Depending upon the nature of the product and the market, one of the following systems is applied.


1. The Wear-Out System:


Under this system the total number of letters to be issued for achieving the target and the intervals for which the different letters will be issued are determined in advance. The terms and conditions offered are varied from letter to letter. When all the letters in the series have been issued, the series is automatically terminated.


2. The Continuous System:


This system is suitable for those products / services, which are in regular demand; the sales letters are issued for the purpose of gaining the maximum share of the market. At suitable intervals, sale letters in the series continue to be issued as long as the business operates.


3. The Campaign System:


The total number of letters to be issued in the series is not determined in advance. Sales letters with varying terms and conditions will continue to be issued until the sales target is achieved therefore the series will be terminated.


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