Bounce Back


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Bounce Back

A catalog or order form included with shipment to a customer that encourages him/her to buy the same or similar products from the seller. The bounce back is a very cheap form of marketing because it does not require the seller to spend any more on postage than it otherwise would have (indeed, much of the time the buyer pays for postage anyway).
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You can look at it however you want and dress it up however you want, we've got to bounce back from Saturday and I am sure that will happen this week.
He'll bounce back - it shouldn't be a problem for him.
Bounce Back did not add to that success but had given the impression he was on the way back when fourth to Presenting Express over three miles at New-bury last month.
No one likes losing but you have to show character and bounce back.
But we are already working on next season and with or without me Wigan will bounce back.
I'm not saying we're going to do that again but we're certainly going to bounce back.
You couldn't ask for a better platform to bounce back so let's hope they do that.
Neville said: "We've somehow got to bounce back from this.
CARDIFF CITY powerhouse Seyi Olofinjana insists the Bluebirds are ready to bounce back against Leicester City tomorrow night.
JOHN ARNE RIISE has backed Liverpool to bounce back from their poor run of form and challenge for the Premier League title.
MIDDLESBROUGH boss Gareth Southgate is backing his youngsters to bounce back from their humiliation by Chelsea.
CRESTFALLEN Scotland striker Chris Iwelumo vowed to bounce back after his astonishing miss against Nowray.