Ever have a prospect start out your sales call by asking you “so how much does this cost?” as the first question out of his mouth? How you handle this question, and subsequent ones like it, will greatly influence the outcome of your sales-call.
I like to use power phrases when writing sales material. These power phrases add punch to a line or a paragraph and I usually use them to start off a sentence.
Would you pay $12,500 to discover the keys to great sales copy? Maybe not, but Brian Keith Voiles did. And he put it to use for Fortune 500 Companies.
How did you do this past year on your sales goals?
How would you like to start a bidding war for your home, ending with a sales price greater than the asking price — all within your home’s first three hours on the market? That’s the kind of results you can expect when you prepare your home for marketing, using Design Psychology methods!
Are sales slow? Not getting enough orders from your website?
I have been reading articles on increasing sales using search engine optimisation as well as writing them for a very long time and I have not seen many which point out the best way to increase sales.
Direct sales can be your ticket to a profitable home-based business. There’s low risk and low overhead – and you’ll find lots of conversation, creativity, and cooperation among the company’s representatives. But how do you know which company is right for you? Here are ten things to look for as you research your options.