The meat of any sales letter lies in its ability to make readers pull out their wallets and buy a product or service. Making a sales pitch is difficult enough off paper; on paper, it has to be quick, terse, and convincing. A sales pitch has to be brief, but neither too short so that it appears hurried, nor too long so that it becomes less and less believable as the sentences run by. A sales pitch also has to be eager, but neither too eager so that the reader is tired out read…
There are many challenges facing home Internet enterprises in today’s global market, as they adapt to changes in the global business environment and attempt to satisfy local market demands at the same time. This problem is exacerbated by the fact that the barriers to entry to some of the countries marketplaces that existed in the past are now becoming non-existent. It is no wonder that many home Internet enterprise owners are struggling to learn the new rules, but you can loo…
Do yourself a favor. If you rely solely on your listings in the search engines to generate business, stop right now. Why? Because putting all your marketing dollars into a channel you can’t hope to control, is a fool’s game at best.
Companies spend thousands of dollars every year building product knowledge “Universities”. They send their sales people to these product schools to learn the features and benefits of their products. They have them go through the process of becoming “product” experts, with the hope that the expertise they gain will propel them to sales success.
You can save a lot of time not commuting to and from the office. By missing the traffic jams first thing in the morning and last thing at night you will be able to spend a lot more time with your children when it matters.
For any business to succeed, it must offer real income potential for members and have great products that stand alone – products that offer true value outside the business opportunity. In addition to those two aspects, a great business must also offer effective marketing tools for members to use. There is a new Internet-based home business program out there called Passport to Wealth. This is a product and compensation-focused business, with a great software and e-book package…
Empowerism is one of the newest buzz words involved with internet marketing and to some it offers another piece of the confusion in working from a home based business in marketing online. There are also companies out there that offer training courses to help you not only understand empowerism, but also how to use it to your advantage in making money with empowerism.
It’s really true; you can start a home based business under $100, or even as little as no money at all. The Internet is the resource that makes it all possible, and starting an affiliate business – where you sell the goods and services of existing merchants – means you can have legitimate, profitable products to sell and make money on.
Who says fly fishing is fit only for men? Women too could enjoy this exhilarating sport especially if a product from Brass Pro Shops comes into the picture. The freshwater fly rods from Brass Pros Wright and McGill Fly Girl are constructed with women fly casters in thought. This 179.99 US dollar contraption surely makes fly fishing into a stylish and more exhilarating adventure.
Everyday we are hearing more and more about identity theft, fraud and vandal hackers. Websites that have malicious scripts in them can install viruses, spyware, and adware on your computer without you even knowing it. You never really know who or what is actually behind any particular website that you are viewing and we recommend taking a few easy steps to make your surfing experiences smoother and more secure.
With all of the paid survey activity on the Internet, it is easy to get paid to take surveys. More than 700 survey makers offer paid online surveys in the U.S. alone. Almost all of these are looking for more survey participants. Internationally you can get paid to take surveys made by over 3,000 different survey makers.
Sales people are frequently confronted by this question on sales calls, along with some others like “why should I buy from you/your company?” or “what makes you different?”. In fact, as identified in my last post, they have probably spent a lot of time at “Product Knowledge U” learning exactly how to answer these questions. In reality, answering questions like these usually end up putting you on the defensive and will not give you the advantage you are hoping for.