Sherisaid commented on the following stories on BizSugar
I do not think cold-calling is an efficient sales tool today. Personally, I don't give sales calls 10 seconds of my time (if I even answer the phone to an unknown caller, and I generally don't). If I want something, I find it, research it, compare value and check customer reviews before making a decision. Cold calls don't stand a chance...and I hope I'm a typical example. "
I think it's possible you HAVE lost your mind, but I'll be very interested to see your progress and the result. I'll be launching my own blog soon, and I expect to employ the same sort of strategy. I'm a freelance writer so my goal will be simply to raise my web presence, although I am also considering an affiliate marketing in the diabetic health (cooking, diet, benefits of exercise) niche."
Isn't it? It really boils the concept down to its essence in easy-to-understand terms. I've written a lot of articles about controlling personal brand for job-seekers and small business owners, but I can't imagine explaining how rumors can destroy your credibility more clearly than this."
I would have chosen a different word, but I think the tabloid tactics adopted by many news shows today probably should be considered slander. Is it really a manufacturer defect if the car mat gets jammed under the accelerator? That happens in my Ford Escape all the time. I fix it before I start driving because I'm a responsible person. I don't think Ford should lose half their business because fabric has a tendency to bunch. I think news stations SHOULD be held responsible for reporting inflammatory and untrue statements that lead to loss of revenue."
Nicely said, and I can tell you from experience that Siemens corporation can use this advice. I contracted out to them last year for a few months and it was the job from hell. Even though the pay was great, I dreaded walking into that building every morning. It was a horrible experience I hope never to repeat. "
I ordered a new laptop yesterday, and I'm so excited :D My kids own laptops, but I've always used a desktop. When we travel, I always take one of theirs so I can work from wherever we are, but I don't have my programs and resources, and I have to remember to transfer all my work to a jump drive...I'm loving the idea of bring portable."