BLOG FEATURED ARTICLES HOT PRODUCTS IDEA EXCHANGE LEGAL DEPARTMENT MONEY & TAXES ONLINE BUSINESS SALES & MARKETING TRADE SHOW NEWS WORK AT HOME
Hiring The Right Salesperson
Marketing Lessons From A Doctor And A Clown
Writing An Effective Press Release
Stop Talking And Close More Sales
Evaluating Your Potential Customers
10 Things NOT To Do When Selling
More Knowledge Equals More Sales
How To Write A Good Ad
< More Articles >
Using Niche Marketing To Increase Your Reach
A single industry of any type is far to large for any individual business to tackle all on its own. Even the largest corporations cannot cover a whole market by themselves. This is whe... More
MARKETING YOUR WHOLESALE OR RETAIL BUSINESS IN A DOWNTURN ECONOMY
The advantages far outweigh the drawbacks during a downturn when viewed from an online marketing perspective. Every dollar spent on marketing whether online or offline give you much more during a recession if you apply your resources in the right way, like your ability to get the maximum from you publisher with your negotiating skills... More
Selling More By Loading Upfront
The concept is simple... Increase the amount of the initial customer purchase by offering discounts or other extra bonuses on quantity purchases. What you want to do ... More
Using Facebook to Promote Your Business
With almost a billion users, Facebook has become one of the biggest and most profitable sites of all times. What sets this site ... 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
INCREASING YOUR SALES IN A SLOW ECONOMY
Promotion Strategies to Crank Up Sales in a Slow Economy by Stephanie Chandler   In a time with so much economic uncertainly, consumers are on the hunt for bargains. And consumers aren’t the only ones tightening up their belts; businesses large and small are scrutinizing purchases more... More
Training Your Stores Salespeople
Wal-Mart may conger up some images for you, yet one thing Wal-Mart does is to have a Greeter to make people feel welcome. Even the old K-Mart use to announces “... More