How to sell unnecessary things?
Perfect order means having the right things in place. However, have you ever climbed into the closet for a shirt, and pull out of the shelf sweater that is not…

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Rules for saving money
Studies show that out of 100 businessmen, only 4 become rich and save their money. Most people make money and lose it. To prevent this, follow the 12 rules: Rule…

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Recommendations for effective use of time
1. Time to deal with the crises. Russian "maybe" rarely helps, and often gets further into a dead end, the way out of which requires much more strength and energy.…

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Recommendations for lead generation via e-mail newsletter

Despite the emergence of many different tools to deliver information to potential and existing customers, e-mail is still one of the most effective in terms of “cost-result”. In addition, statistics show that about 27% of people prefer to receive information about their brands through e-mail.

So, here are 9 best practices for lead generation:

1. Use stimulating phrases

Adding an “incentive” to the email header significantly increases the chance that the email will be read. Even if a person is not interested in the proposed product or service, his attention may well be attracted by the accompanying bonus offer. Continue reading

Five rules for a successful seller
Rule # 1. Regard. Do not think that the client is a fool who will buy any nonsense that you offer. The client should be respected, because it is he…

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Word of mouth marketing. How to make people talk about you
How to ensure your company's stunning success and popularity without spending a penny on advertising? How to make customers tell all their friends, acquaintances and even passers-by about you? And…

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Mental traps of our mind
Mental traps is the "thumb" and the usual ways in which painfully and avail moves our thought, burning incredible amounts of our time, sucking the energy and not creating any…

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How to stop delaying things for later? (part 1)
The habit of putting things off until the last minute can be a big problem both in business and in everyday life. Missed opportunities, overtime, stress, overload, resentment, guilt are…

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