Bill Farquharson asked on LinkedIn, “What is the best advice you could give to be successful in print sales?” Here’s what came back …
In this week’s blog, Bill gives you a protocol for taking time off and returning to the sales fray effectively on the other end.
What does it say to you when a doctor keeps you waiting? If you think you are only in the print business, think again.
Your sales aren’t great. All you need is one big account. Getting them won’t be a problem after you read Bill’s blog this week.
Studying everything all at once can be futile and frustrating. Instead, apply lessons in this week’s Short Attention Span Sales tip.
The key to print sales improvement is practice. Bill’s tip this week provides a valuable tip for accelerating the process.
Remember to listen to an important question being asked by your gut and being interpreted in this week’s blog by Bill Farquharson.
There you were cruising along and the next thing you know your book of business is a pamphlet, thanks to COVID-19. Here’s what to do.
You have no marketing support. If you want to change that, read Bill’s blog this week.
Not everyone has a talent they were born with. Bill gives some advice in this week’s Short Attention Span Sales Tip.
When you send an email to a prospect, sometimes you hear nothing, but sometimes a snarky email comes back. Here is Bill’s advice.
Bill’s family dog was acting like a bullying client. Bill’s family cat was allowing it. Find out more and this week’s lesson.
Bill lays out the top five “Do I really need to tell you this?” comments in this week’s blog.
The strangest selling summer on record is racing by. Are you ready for the next step?
There is a way for luck to find us and Bill has the secret in this week’s blog.