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Evaluate Your Prospect BEFORE You Start Selling
When a customer walks into your office, don't sell them the first product that comes to mind. Sit them down and evaluate their needs, than sell them the products that meet their needs. I once worked with a g... More
Best Article on Pricing Merchandise EVER!
Product pricing should be an essential first part of your overall go to market product strategy, however again and again I see companies leaving this to the end and in some cases simply guessi... More
Overcome Fear of Phone Selling
I've  got a confession to make! The little communication device used to scare me to death!   I would pick ip up and dial a prospect and when the phone rings m... More
TIPS FOR EXHIBITING AT TRADE SHOWS
Trade-shows have become more popular in the past decade, both worldwide, and here at home in the UK. Many businesses have found a new niche marketing exclusively to those who utilize trade-shows as a major part of their business model. Having things under control, and an informed idea about what to expect in terms of sales, events, and incom... More
Using Classified Ads to Close The Deal
Have you ever wondered why your perfectly fine classified ad fails to attract the attention you desire? There should be dozens - no, hundreds of perspective buyers swamping your e-mail inbox with offers. After all, you are offer... More
Sales Tips To Handle Todays Frantic Customers
Whenever I get home at around 5 in the evening, I walk into a frenzied fest of family fun. Claire cooking tea, answering the phone, simultaneously assisting with the childr... More
EVERY WHOLESALE BUSINESS SHOULD USE A WEBSITE FOR MARKETING
Every business should have a website. A website provides basic information about the business and encourages the company’s domain, no matter what size the company is or what type of service they’re selling. Potential customers and previous consumers are better able to understand a business and its overall points of appeal, as well... More