Credit Card Marketing Reports
Credit Card Marketing Reports. Millions of people log onto the Internet
every day looking for real estate, credit card and mortgage loan information.
Top Producing Real Estate Agents recognize this and are moving swiftly to fill the niche. They're providing the information being
sought with pre-written Real Estate Marketing Reports. Now you can, too, with the these Ready To Use Reports.
Industrious agents know that the more information they
make available via their real estate agent web sites, auto responders and blogs the
more leads they will generate and convert to paying customers.
Although I don't know of any agents doing it, these Credit
Card Marketing Reports can also generate income through by placing Google Ads
on their sites and by giving them away as special reports.
Still, at a very minimum people crave information about credit,
especially as it relates to buying a home, paying off debt and getting the best
home loan mortgage they can.
That's why these Credit Card Marketing Reports are an ideal
investment. With them you can convert
more prospects to paying customers. The
more information you provide, the more they'll come to trust and
value your professionalism.
These Credit Card Marketing Reports Include...
- Why Credit Cards
are a Bad Idea
- Credit Card Checks and Cash Advances
- How Your Credit
Rating Affects You, and more.
Sample Credit Card Marketing Report
The following Sample Report is an example of the type and quality of articles available for purchase below, which are perfect for real estate website content, blogging, newsletter content, email marketing campaigns, creating and giving away special reports to grow a mailing list of leads and prospects, and more.
Top Five Credit Card Mistakes
When you're dealing with credit cards, you're playing with
fire. Unfortunately, there are plenty of people out there who don't realize
that, and make all sorts of dangerous mistakes with their credit cards every
If you don't set up any kind of automatic payment, then it
can be tempting to just put your credit card bill on a pile and get to it when
you have time. Before you know it, a few weeks have gone by and you're late. If
you leave it to the deadline, you might find that the payment won't get there
quickly enough – it's not a deadline for sending the money, it's a deadline for
them receiving it.
Paying late is a big mistake for an awful lot of reasons.
You will almost certainly be charged a late payment fee, and your late payment
will go on your credit report for everyone to see. You may also find that you
lose any good rate you had, and your debt is automatically thrown onto the very
worst rate the company offers.
To avoid late payment, you should always post your payment a
long time before the due date (at least a week). If you've left it to the last
minute, phone up and try to pay that way.
Being Taken in By Rewards
It is never, ever worth getting a higher-interest card
simply because it offers some kind of loyalty points, flight miles or whatever.
Even if it offers a cash reward, it is unlikely to be more than you would pay
in extra interest – after all, why would they give you free money? All
'rewards' do is pay you off with your own money to make you feel like you're
getting something for nothing. You're not.
Seeing some people opening their wallet or bag is a scary
experience. It looks like they have about a hundred credit cards in there, some
of which they haven't used in years. They have trouble keeping track of all the
different cards, balances and interest rates. Don't be one of these people. You
should limit yourself to a maximum of three cards at a time – any more starts
to make you look over-committed in your credit report, and could get you turned
down for a bigger loan.
Maxing Them Out
Your limit is just that: a limit, not a minimum! Whatever
you do, don't get a card and immediately spend your whole limit. This looks
very bad. It is better to spend about halfway regularly and pay it back. Wait
for the company to increase your limit (which they quickly will), and then
you'll get that extra money without the stigma of having a maxed-out card.
Not Reading the Terms and Conditions
Finally, as ever, don't sign anything you haven't read! I
know it's hard going and you're busy and all, but if you can't manage to read
the terms and conditions then you shouldn't get the card. Pay special attention
to any future increases in rates, and what kind of fees you can be charged.
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