Have you ever had an interaction with a HORRIBLE salesperson? I bet you have. You know, someone who doesn’t know when to stop pushing you into a sale, or being too aggressive, too annoying, too mouthy and just TOO MUCH in general. Meeting someone like that can change your shopping habits! I don’t want you to be like that with your client – that is why I would like to share with you some tips on how to be a good salesperson. Check these out:
Welcome to Part 2 of the types of web pages available In this blog, I will be focusing on Offer Pages and Home Pages. Let’s dig in!
The offer page is where you present the offer, and allow the prospect to take up the call to action, whatever that may be. This could mean that they are going to make a purchase, schedule a discovery call or RSVP to an event. This is the page where you're going to give them all the reasons that they need to take action right now.
What is the internet? How many people interact with web content every day? How far is the moon? Let’s not try to answer these hard questions today but concentrate on a hands-on approach to marketing on the web.
Where would be a good place to start?
If you are having a heart to heart conversation for 10 to 30 minutes with a prospect, what would you say to them?
Pandemic! Riots! Fear! Panic!
Businesses have been shut down for weeks and millions are out of work...
And still many of my clients are calling me, concerned that people aren't calling them.
“Parthiv, I don't know what to do. My ads aren't working like they used to, my direct mail isn't pulling at the same rate, and people aren't buying from my emails like they used to. What do I do?”
In my last post we talked about the likely outcome of the economic shutdown and what we can likely expect in the coming years.
Just the other day one of my clients called me to ask for some help with a marketing problem he was having.
Cavett Roberts, founder of the National Speakers Association, used to say that most people are walking around, umbilical cord in hand looking for a new place to plug it in.