How to Guides

How to Guides

You've just posted a brand new original article on your blog and now you want people to read it. In fact, you would love to get LOTS of people to read it. But how?

Here is a list of six little details to get right before you put your business on the market.

The cold call can be painful. Here are some tips for getting through it successfully.

With these nine tips, you can be well on your way to becoming a successful ecommerce-based entrepreneur.

To keep buyers from cheating on you, always be loyal to them.

Setting sales targets that are realistic to achieve.

Business owners have to negotiate on a daily basis when dealing with customers, suppliers, employees, investors, creditors, and government agencies. A new study shows that having a clear and defined approach to negotiation makes a massive bottom line difference. Negotiation expert Professor Barney Jordaan explains how.

Even seasoned pros screw it up. Here are 5 rules to help you get It right.

Tune in to customer needs and offer the right product at the right price point.

Well prepared sales proposals are compelling tools that persuade a customer to buy from you.

Use these tips to differentiate your offering from competitors’ and use your USP to power up your sales.

Create a unique selling proposition to ensure your marketing stands out.

In this age of overwhelming competition, businesses need to give customers a compelling reason to buy from them. They need to cut through the clutter and stand out from the crowd by offering customers something they value that competitors don't have.

What can you do to persuade customers to pay for your products and services?

When the economy is working against you, and you want to survive and succeed as a business manager, you need to work really hard to continually exceed your customers’ expectations, on both a functional and emotional level.

5 world-renowned sales experts reveal sales tips that will help you close the deal

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