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5 Ways to Get a Journalist to Respond to Your Pitch…

You’ve spent an entire year planning your business launch — from forming an LLC to designing a website to hiring the right employees. You’ve also spent a year thoughtfully planning out your media relations campaign including which outlets you want to get into to reach your target audiences. Related: 6 ...

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5 Lessons on Writing Sales Proposals Gleaned From the Compet…

Every sales organization and entrepreneur needs to know how to write winning sales proposals and respond to requests for proposal (RFPs). Amazon recently launched perhaps the biggest RFP in history when it announced that they are seeking a location for a new 2nd Amazon headquarters which will be home to ...

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U.S. Retailers Aren't Embracing Singles' Day — a …

This week, quirky online retailer ThinkGeek is busily preparing for the world’s biggest shopping event. But that event isn’t Black Friday, Cyber Monday or related in any way to the December holidays most U.S. shoppers traditionally shop for this time of year. Instead, ThinkGeek is prepping for Singles’ Day, a ...

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Alibaba's Multi-Billion-Dollar Singles Day Success Prov…

Every day is a “National Day of Something” or some kind of holiday. For example, Nov. 8 is National Cappuccino Day, which many thousands of Americans will discover when they see the hashtag #NationalCappuccinoDay trending on Twitter, catch a coffee brand posting about it on Facebook or hear a TV ...

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What Made Steve Jobs Such an Effective Leader?…

On this episode, Entrepreneur Network partner Stone Jordan breaks down the genius of Steve Jobs. And, while you can’t explain everything that made Jobs who he was in just 15 minutes, Jordan does examine some of the Apple co-founder’s leadership techniques that you can take and use in your own business. How ...

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5 Keys to Closing Far Bigger Deals at Massive Companies…

There’s only one thing that separates the top 1 percent of salespeople from the rest of the pack — and it’s not the number of sales they close. In fact, many mediocre salespeople are closing more deals than the top performers in their industry. So what sets those successful salespeople apart? ...

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Close the Sale: Turning Small Business Browsers Into Buyers…

To take full advantage of the opportunity, small-business owners need to focus not only on getting people to walk in their doors, but also making sure they walk out as customers. The numbers from last year demonstrate the need to close more sales. In 2016, a record 112 million Americans ...

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5 Simple Ways to Get Prospects to Stay on the Phone with You…

Let’s face it. Phone sales aren’t easy. Ask any salesperson about phone prospecting, and you’re bound to hear a litany of complaints. “Prospects hang up on me all the time! I can never get through to high-level prospects! I leave more voicemails than I can count!” Sound familiar? But there’s good ...

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When I Received a Perfect Sales Pitch Email, I Offered the S…

Sometimes it seems the only people who read my blog articles or LinkedIn posts are sales professionals. Within hours of publishing my thoughts on pretty much any professional issue, my inbox is greeted by a sales rep for a company in that space. The pitches all adhere to a similar structure: ...

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4 Laws of Sales I Learned From Both Sides of the Transaction…

I have been a buyer and I have been a seller, and I once taught a course called the Science of Selling. It was all about the fight/flight mechanism and how it affects sales. So, while I’m not exactly the king of sales I can tell you with absolute certainty ...

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