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1. How To Lose 5 Pounds In A Week Without Exercise Or Pills
February 10, 2016

Is it hard to learn how to lose 5 pounds in a week without exercise or pills? It’s not hard to do if you are determined to stay completely focused for the whole week. You know the feeling of a 4 year old when they want some candy really bad and they won’t take “No” for an answer? They become the best negotiators known in all car salesmanship. They wear you down until you cave in. This feeling can be described in one word, impatience. In a world where most things are given to us almost instantly, it makes it difficult to wait. Wanting to lose 5 pounds in a week is a form of wanting ... (read more)

Author: Shari Carter

2. Selling is an Awesome Responsibility
December 08, 2015

To the man who has carved out a career in one of the professions be it in Law or Accounting, or in Medicine or Dental Surgery, or the Arts or Sciences, selling appears to be a contradiction assuming enormous proportions. A contradiction based on experi¬ence. Each sales professional needs to learn the "Art of Salesmanship" in order to be able to survive and grow in their vocation. Yet what these professionals read about generally contradicts what they see and experience salespeople doing in their day to day lives. What makes it even more bewildering', is that their professions require b... (read more)

Author: Peter Collins

3. 3 Mistakes People Make When Choosing Standard Testing Equipment
December 18, 2013

When looking for a high quality and standard testing equipment, it is therefore rational of a buyer to make a great deal of thought beforehand. This is important because of the reason that there are aplenty potions available in the marketplace, which therefore, is causative of someone’s making a wrong decision under the influence of a seller’s salesmanship chicanery. Hence, care is must. No matter how shrewd and clever buyer you are, the thing is, you may turn out to be a bad buyer, if you aren’t well armed with necessary steps to be taken to buy a particular thing of your choice. Here... (read more)

Author: kavin usa

4. Ethics, Your Realtor Must Follow
September 23, 2013

More often than not, the real estate industry is defined as "sell" rather than "represent". Perhaps, far too many brokers and agents appear to have an undeclared mission statement that reflects "salesmanship" rather than "representation" of Buyer or Seller. Be it to sell or to represent on behalf of another individual, choose a realtor who must have few qualities, especially for famous tourist destination like Phuket Real Estate. Ethically and legally, first and foremost, a real estate agent should be continuously aware of his fiduciary responsibility to the client. It means handling fun... (read more)

Author: Andrea Madeline

5. Sales Reluctance: Overcoming the Doomsayer in You
August 22, 2013

There’s a doomsayer in each of us – a worrier filled with the what ifs. What if I make a mistake? What if I disappoint people who are counting on me? What if the Mayans were right about the world ending? As always, I want to first acknowledge that having sales reluctance, including doomsayer tendencies, doesn’t doom us to poor salesmanship. On the contrary, the more we understand our reluctances and how to combat them, the more successful we can be. Those with doomsayer tendencies fear failure. They are worriers who spend more mental energy on the “what ifs” than on living. They are ... (read more)

Author: James Anderson

6. The Growth in Popularity of IT Sales Outsourcing
August 13, 2013

The same company that can be a genius at creating the next big software package can be a dunce at selling it. Information Technology (IT) salesmanship is not something that all entrepreneurs do well. In the past, you would hire one key sales executive that could generate the leads and sales needed to spur the company from a startup to a major player. If that key player left, your company was basically left stranded. Now, there’s another choice for all companies who deal with trying to get their IT products out the door: Outsourcing IT sales. How Outsourcing Can Spur Sales As the econ... (read more)

Author: Nick Sansta

7. Splendid Surprise: Email Marketing is here!
July 29, 2013

If you want to bake your own piazza, that's up to you, and if you want to share it with others, that is up to you too. The idea is how to get people to enjoy the food fiesta. Using emails is like sending invites to all those who you know would like to participate with you. So, carry on, press the SEND button. You are done! Marketing is salesmanship in print or practice, isn't it so? To promote your marketing efforts online you might take the help of emails. Let the surfer visit your site first, have a look around and then opt to subscribe to keep receiving emails in his Email Inbox. That’... (read more)

Author: Suraj K.

8. The Art of Selling Property
July 28, 2013

Have you ever noticed a sales man at a local showroom who convinces you and sells his product with ease? You are often amazed at his salesmanship. Undoubtedly he is skilled and holds a lot of experience in this field. Selling property is an art. It involves the right mix of talent and experience. Talent helps you sell your product with confidence whereas experience helps you understand your customer better. In case of property selling you always prefer to take the most obvious route that is resorting to a property dealer or broker who claims of having big customers and promises great returns... (read more)

Author: Raj Sreindia

9. The Biggest Mistake Copywriters Make
July 25, 2013

Most of the sales pieces people ask me to rewrite seem to offer great products and services. In fact, some of their offers are so good, prospects would be crazy to turn them down. But they do. And these sales pieces end up falling in my lap because they're desperately unproductive. One of the biggest problems I see in these pieces is the fact that the copy is stale, limp and anemic. Copywriting is "Salesmanship in Print" This is nothing new. It comes from the ageless teachings of the masters, like Hopkins, Barton, Collier, et al, which still ring true today. Writing copy is like face-to-f... (read more)

Author: Ernest Garcia

10. The Secret To Drilling Down Deep In Your Target Market
July 23, 2013

Here's another drill ripped out of the Field Guide for my Red Hot Copywriting Bootcamp. There are 20 drills total which take 15 minutes per day (my "recruits" get weekends off). Each drill stands on its own but put them all together and the impact on your salesmanship is phenomenal! So here is another one for you... Copywriting is a team sport. There is you (the writer) and the reader. But the reader has all the power. She gets to decide when the game's over. As soon as the reader is gone, no one is there to read the copy! So anticipate what's going to keep her interested and intrigued ahead ... (read more)

Author: Richard Phillips

11. Dorky Copywriting Tactic Makes People Salivate
July 22, 2013

If you study copywriting for very long you'll eventually come across the term "salesmanship in print." Meaning, copywriting is nothing more or less than selling in print (or on the computer screen, or on the TV, etc.) And that's absolutely true. But, at the same time, a lot of high-pulling ads are also what I like to call "fantasies in print". In other words, your ad should -- ideally -- be one big fantasy for your reader. Why? Because human beings are wired to dream and fantasize about things we want to have -- like members of the opposite houses...a better life for ... (read more)

Author: Bobby Martin

12. Real-Life Copywriting Course For Non-Writers
July 22, 2013

The following information represents what you might call a "real life copywriting course for non-writers." If you're not someone who loves to write, it's a good way to create effective sales copy. Before starting though, you must know: A) Copywriting is nothing more (or less) than salesmanship in print. It's about selling, not being fancy or creative. B) If you can't sell something in person, you can't sell it in print. This can be taken 2 ways. First, if you're not selling something anyone would ever buy from a live salesperson then you'll never sell it in print. And secondly, if you don't ... (read more)

Author: Bobby Rivera

13. Either Make Offers Or Save Your Advertising Money
July 18, 2013

Zig Ziglar is a speaker who talks mostly about salesmanship. But one of his comments has a lot to say about a closely related topic, advertising. He describes a salesperson who never attempts to close the deal as a "professional visitor" rather than a "professional salesperson." This description has a lot that could help advertisers produce more profitable ads. It is unfortunate, but much of the ad copy written by many freelance copywriters falls into the "professional visitor" category. They are ads that attempt to enhance the company's "brand" and "image," without making any use of direct r... (read more)

Author: Donald Turner

14. 12 Questions To Ask When Deciding On A Copywriter
July 16, 2013

1. Strategic ability - Do they have some strategic thought behind their creative processes or are they being creative, purely to be creative? 2. Do you find that their work embodies "salesmanship in print" or are they just creative writers? Some people can write very creatively but it does not mean that they know how to write good copy. 3. Are they able to write in different styles so they can change their writing to reflect a particular industry group? Are they able to adapt to writing for different organizations? 4. Can the copywriter visualise and communicate a concept to the designer? T... (read more)

Author: Bobby Martin

15. Web Copywriting - What's Different About Writing Copy For The Web
July 16, 2013

Essentially, copywriting is the art of salesmanship. A client hires you to sell something for him in print, on radio/ TV or on the Web. One of the challenges of Web copywriting is that often the client is blinkered when it comes to looking at his own product. We called it "kennel blindness" in the days when I was involved in showing and breeding dogs. Breeders were blind to the faults of their own animals. Web copywriting clients are often blind when it comes to keywords... and so are copywriters. As a Web copywriter, you need to take keywords into consideration, and that's the primary diffe... (read more)

Author: Jason Wilson

16. The Real Truth About Copywriting
July 10, 2013

In many of the articles that I have written on the subject of copywriting, I have focused mainly on the technical aspects of how to write good copy. However, there is a "truth" about copywriting that I have yet to touch on and I think it's about time that I did. See, copywriting isn't all about X's and O's and making sure that your bullet points are all neatly in a row. There is more to it than that. So I will be exploring this "real" truth about copywriting so that you understand exactly what your ultimate objective is. Copywriting is salesmanship at its lowest level. Sorry to burst your bub... (read more)

Author: Mark Gonzales

17. 10 Easy Tips To Write Great Sales Copy That Sells!
July 09, 2013

Copy is Salesmanship in print, which means you can't always be in front of the customer personally, so your writing has to do the selling for you. Even if you don't like writing, or think you're no good. Don't Worry, we're not asking you to write War & Peace! Great Sales copy is essential to market your business effectively. Anyone can write good copy once they know the 10 key elements that make a good sales letter. If you think you would rather pay someone to do all your writing, that's fine, but you've still got to make sure they cover the 10 elements of Copywriting that Sells. So here goes.... (read more)

Author: Aaron Bryant

18. The Fast Way To Copywriting Success - Create Your Own Style
July 04, 2013

Copywriting is essential for business success. It's so essential in fact, that many business owners learn the basics of copywriting so that they can create their own marketing materials. So what's the fast way to copywriting success? Here it is in a nutshell: learn from the best, and then develop your own style. Copywriting is salesmanship in print, and despite the growth of the communications marvel that's the Internet, it hasn't changed much in a hundred years. So what worked in advertising a hundred years ago, still works today. Many copywriters build huge "swipe" files of the best exampl... (read more)

Author: Willie Carter

19. Copywriting - Clarity Is King
July 03, 2013

Copywriting is salesmanship in print, and if you can write a clear email message which gets the results you want, you can write copy which sells. There's only one thing you need to remember about writing copy, and it's this: if people can't understand your copy, they won't respond. In this article let's look at five simple tips in which will help you to improve all your copy, by improving its clarity. 1. Have someone else read your copy After you've finished creating the copy, have someone else read it. Often what's on the page is not what you meant. Just ask the reader: "do you understan... (read more)

Author: Christopher Simmons

20. Copywriting - Get Paid, Even As A New Copywriter
July 02, 2013

If you'd like to develop a great career with unlimited opportunities, look no further than copywriting. It's ideal for anyone with marketing and/ or writing experience. Copywriting is a business writing: writing to promote and persuade. It's been called salesmanship in print, and that's precisely what it is. I'm often asked by people considering copywriting whether they have the talent for it. Do you have the talent to become a copywriter? Talent isn't as important as application. If you enjoy writing, and you're prepared to practice your skills you can become a copywriter. I should warn you... (read more)

Author: Kevin Cooper

21. Copywriting - Make Money When You're A Brand New Copywriter
June 30, 2013

Do you know that it's a strength, not a weakness, to be new to copywriting? As a new copywriter, you'll charge less, and this makes you appealing to clients with a low budget. Here's how to make money when you're a brand new copywriter. 1. Glory in Your Inexperience - You Can Be More Creative Than the Pros Copywriting is salesmanship in words, but it's also a creative art. As their experience grows, copywriters struggle to maintain "beginner's mind" because their experience gets in the way. As a newcomer, you've got beginner's mind built-in. You'll find that not only do clients with low bu... (read more)

Author: Carl Russell

22. The Door to Door Salesman Who Won Me Over
June 29, 2013

This article has little to do with metaphysics or anything that I would describe as being philosophically meaningful. It’s just some interesting memories I thought I would share. Recently I was selling my car to an insurance salesman (Yes he did try to sell me life insurance, but this article is not about him). As he was telling me about his job, it sparked some memories in me of the salesmen (women too) who gave me their presentations over the years. A few times I rudely sent them packing because they just didn’t take no for an answer. I guess that is how they were taught to close a sale.... (read more)

Author: David Love

23. Make Your Web Copy Clear and Concise!
June 26, 2013

You have been a copy writer all your life and may not have even known it. We use it convey Ideas and we use it to get what we want. The one thing with being a copy writer is to create copy that is very clear in its intentions and very concise. Each piece of copy that you write, must have a good conversational flow to it and flow in a way that one benefit leads comfortably to the next. Copy Writing is essentially salesmanship in print. People must be able to understand your copy and the benefit your product or service is going to bring them. There are a few things you can do that help in impro... (read more)

Author: Jason Rodriguez

24. Scottie Pippen shoes Martin Lightbowne Full Review - Is Martin the Real Deal Or a Scam?
June 07, 2013

Martin Lightbowne - The GoodFirst off, we can say that Martin has a great understanding of direct-response marketing foamposites for cheap. He teaches techniques and strategies to boost response with verbal marketing. Many people with small or home-based businesses don't have the first clue when it comes to salesmanship, prospecting, or closing, and that's where Martin seems to shine foamposites for sale.He teaches that you should not waste your time with people who have not expressed a direct interest in what you are marketing. This comes down to qualifying a prospect, and making sure tha... (read more)

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25. Salesmanship In Print
May 22, 2013

The Single Most Important Skill You Can Learn Copywriting, sales-copy, sales-letters, ad-copy call it what you want, but "salesmanship in print" is in my humble opinion the single most important skill you can learn in your on-line quest for financial freedom. Some marketers may say that building your list is the single most important skill, but this point is undeniable...good copywriters can basically write their own paychecks and great copywriters are usually ga-zillionaires! Did you totally comprehend that last statement? Sit back for a few seconds and really absorb that statement. Do yo... (read more)

Author: Steven Roberts

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