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Being A Great Salesperson
Sales 101: Being Persuasive
The Colors On Your Website Matter
Change Your Thinking - Get What You Want!
Retailers Forum Magazine Awarded Best of 2020
Using A Home Equity Line for Business Financing
Getting Organized As A New Business Operator
Going The Extra Mile For Your Customers
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Add a PS to Your Sales Pitch
Most people think of the postscript as a place to tuck cute or mushy messages at the end of a note to a loved one. In reality, postscrip... More
INVESTING IN PEER TO PEER LENDING
Peer to peer lending is an exciting new phenomenon. For the first time lenders can efficiently find borrowers that are looking for personal loans without having to go to a bank. This efficient process benefits the borrower... More
RETAIL INDUSTRY LOOKING UP FOR 2010 ACCORDING TO MAPIC EXPO
Paris, 25 November 2009 – International retailers polled before and during MAPIC 2009, report that they believe the market has bottomed out and that 2... More
Being A Great Wholesaler
Many wholesalers overlook the role of suppliers as they consider them the ones who are just supplying the wholesale products and have nothing to do more than that for their cu... More
GO THE EXTRA MILE TO HELP ACHIEVE BUSINESS SUCCESS
You cannot fail when you give more than 100 percent. In whatever endeavour you are doing, always give more than one hundred percent. You will find that whenever you do this, your rewards will always be far greater than the extra effort you expended. Some people refer to this success concept as going the extra mile. What it means is that you n... More
Retailers Forum Magazine Awarded Best of 2020
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E-COMMERCE MARKETING NEEDS A PLAN. HERE'S YOURS!
I know how to get a blank stare from just about any e-commerce web site owner. All I have to do is ask them about their web site marketing plan!When I ask them about their web site marketing plan, I get that look. First the eyebrows go up. Then the eyes glaze over for a minute. And then the stammering begins. “Uh, well, you ... More