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Welcome to My Nightmare (Clients)

Welcome to My Nightmare (Clients) - http://thesalesblog.com Avatar Posted by iannarino under Sales
From http://thesalesblog.com 3732 days ago
Made Hot by: alenmajer on July 5, 2010 6:35 pm
To succeed in sales, you need to do your best work for your dream clients, the clients for who you can produce breath-taking, mind-altering results. When you settle for prospects, you often end up with nightmare clients instead of dream clients Read More

7 Steps To An Open Mindset For More International Business

7 Steps To An Open Mindset For More International Business - http://cindyking.biz Avatar Posted by CindyKing under Global
From http://cindyking.biz 3732 days ago
Made Hot by: mssux on July 2, 2010 6:22 pm
An open mindset helps you to work effectively in an international environment where cross-cultural miscommunication and blunders can pop up unexpectedly Read More

International And Cross-Cultural Career Advice

International And Cross-Cultural Career Advice - http://cindyking.biz Avatar Posted by CindyKing under Global
From http://cindyking.biz 3732 days ago
Made Hot by: ShoshFromJobShuk on July 5, 2010 1:46 pm
Tips for young professionals who want an international or cross-cultural career and work in international business. Read More

The Truth at Any Price, Even the Price of Your Deal

The Truth at Any Price, Even the Price of Your Deal - http://thesalesblog.com Avatar Posted by iannarino under Sales
From http://thesalesblog.com 3733 days ago
Made Hot by: HeatherStone on July 2, 2010 3:01 pm
Being honest with your dream client is not always without a price. Sometimes it can cost you your deal, and sometimes when you need it most. If you would be great, then you must be honest at any price, even the price of your deal Read More

Go Get It!

Go Get It!  - http://salesblogcast.com Avatar Posted by SalesBlogcast under Self-Development
From http://salesblogcast.com 3734 days ago
Made Hot by: starresults on July 2, 2010 2:59 pm
I read a true story about a pessimistic railroad engineer who was let out of work early along with his coworkers. In the process of shutting down, he accidentally locked himself in a refrigerator car. Knowing his coworkers were leaving for the day and realizing the dangers of being trapped in freezing temperatures all night, the engineer began to panic! He yelled for help and banged on the door, but no one could hear him. Eventually, the engineer accepted his fate and “froze” to death. The next morning when the police examined the scene, they noticed something peculiar.. Read More

How To Ensure You Create Value On a Sales Call

How To Ensure You Create Value On a Sales Call - http://thesalesblog.com Avatar Posted by iannarino under Sales
From http://thesalesblog.com 3734 days ago
Made Hot by: starresults on July 2, 2010 2:58 pm
To advance from commitment to commitment in moving your deal forward, you have to create the value on every sales call that will earn you the right to your next sales call Read More

Forget About Building Rapport!

Forget About Building Rapport!  - http://salesblogcast.com Avatar Posted by SalesBlogcast under Sales
From http://salesblogcast.com 3739 days ago
Made Hot by: HomeBusinessMedia on June 27, 2010 7:01 pm
Buyers are not fooled. They find these lame attempts at rapport-building gratuitous and insincere. Over time, they become numb to rapport-building efforts. If you want people to buy you, forget about rapport. Remove the word from your vocabulary. Instead, focus on.. Read More

Do Your Customers Appreciate You? – Todd Youngblood's "SPE" Blog

Do Your Customers Appreciate You? – Todd Youngblood's "SPE" Blog - http://ypsgroup.com Avatar Posted by tyoungbl under Sales
From http://ypsgroup.com 3739 days ago
Made Hot by: Jed on June 25, 2010 4:58 pm
Customers remember the things you messed up all by themselves. It’s your job to highlight the times you went “above and beyond” for them Read More
The latest trend is using Facebook to take your surveys viral. Facebook also allows you to target your audience very specifically – based on traditional demographic models (age, gender, sex etc.)

So here is a step by step instructions on how to recruit users to come to a survey from facebook Read More

How to Use Your Business Blog for Brand Evangelism

How to Use Your Business Blog for Brand Evangelism  - http://www.noobpreneur.com Avatar Posted by ivanpw under Public Relations
From http://www.noobpreneur.com 3740 days ago
Made Hot by: lyceum on June 25, 2010 1:56 pm
Blogs are no longer function as journal - they are now branding tools for personal or business branding. How to use blogs for brand evangelism purpose Read More
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