Selling To Sold, Business Marketing and Sales

What Every Customer Wants and YOU Should Know   We've been seeing in all the literature these days that quality is king. That our customers are responding best to real people and real human qualities after years of manipulation through commercials, schemes and gimmicks. As a matter of fact, they are less interested in price than they are in the following six...

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Running Your Online Business, Quality Still Rules the Day   1. Keep Your Website Design both Simple and Well-Organized In the desire to look cool or flashy, many businesses add unnecessary detractors to their websites. Music, flashy animations or huge graphics won’t necessarily lead the customer to the information they want and since everyone’s time is valuable, if they don’t find their answers...

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Humility Will Get You the Sale   Confidence is Key, but Humility gives Credibility Confidence is key when it comes to sales. But if you don’t have plausible humility, that confidence may work against you. According to Geoffrey James, Inc. Magazine, confidence without the humility could come off as sounding cocky and arrogant or at odds with your client’s personal plan of action...

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4 Tips to Becoming an Excellent Leader The best leaders/managers share a commonality in their character and their work ethic that is easily recognizable. And these traits can be learned and cultivated to create exceptional leaders in the workforce. Here are 4 qualities that exemplify great leaders. 1.      Clarity Rules the Day When it’s not clear what needs to be done, people fill...

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Your 2013 Web Marketing 8-Step Checklist Changes that took place in 2012 will greatly aid our focus for Online Marketing in the coming year. Improvements in mobile devices and applications have again altered the playing field and new SEO techniques will demonstrate that an active, personal look at content and link building will be necessary to market our business as well...

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No One Wants to Be the Tweeter Loser of the Year In his article relaying the 10 Reasons Why You (May) Suck on Twitter, Timothy Carter shares his five years of tweeting expertise with us regarding what is current, acceptable and just good, honest tweeting. Note there are actually only 7 Reasons that he lists, as he’s hoping for community feedback....

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10 Start-up Mistakes to Avoid in the New Year | Inc.com.   10 Different pieces of advice form ten different thought leaders. The New Year is a time for reflection and looking forward to avoid the mistakes of the past. While some advice is always appropriate, there are always changes in the business landscape that require specific preparation....

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