When it comes to marketing, selling a new product, introducing new products & services (Domestically or Internationally) marketing a new product, call TV Inc. You may say, “sell my product,” or “market my product.” That’s OK, too.
· direct response links,
· direct response marketing links, and,
· direct selling.
How about information on the:
· direct marketing associations,
· HSN (Home Shopping Network), or,
· other shop at home television programs and networks?
· how to sell products,
· market products in the USA, and,
· international marketing.
We have made 32 infomercials for 32 separate products. All were made using Bill Thompson & his company, TV Inc. I can highly recommend Bill he is one of the best creative parties in advertising in the US. He is one of the founders of the Infomercial business, and is as good as they come.
When I first worked with Bill/TV Inc. I had been referred to him by a large media agency who suggested that he would be a good person to develop my print campaign. Within a week, Bill had developed 3 ads that were ready to test. Two of them were very successful. After several subsequent successes, I agreed to have him produce a steady stream of radio and TV ads for my company. This went on continuously until I sold the company 2 years later. Bill has a great understanding of what makes consumers/buyers tick. This was reflected in his ads and the direction that he gave my company. I learned to really appreciate Bill’s uncanny ability to tap into current events and convert them into working campaigns. I recently referred Bill to a friend/colleague of mine. Two months have passed, and in that time Bill has built a product and campaign from scratch. This guy (who happens to be a very high maintenance doctor) called me last week to thank me for referring Bill because his campaign is already showing great signs of growth and success. I have no problem referring Bill to anyone.
I've worked with Bill on a number of products and his ideas have worked for many companies. I work with a number of people in the entertainment and infotainment industries and I believe he's one of the best and, I would say, the most knowledgeable of any. Some rather large companies have used TV, Inc. and you don't get those kinds of clients unless you deliver. There aren't many people I would heartily recommend and there's no one I would recommend more.