The BEST 3 miniutes you’ll spend this week!

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10 virtually instant ways to improve Lead conversion

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If your Internet marketing isn’t going quite as well as you’d hoped, it might be that you’re not doing as well as you could be in converting leads. Converting leads is all about transforming web surfers and browsers into customers. If you’re experienced in marketing, you know how difficult converting leads in direct sales is, and it isn’t any easier online.

Conversion is what makes your business successful.

But with these 10 quick tips, you can almost instantly improve lead conversion.

You need to start working building relationship with your readers, Once you get the traffic, as soon as you get traffic.

You   need to show them that you care...

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WOW what a great IDEA

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Chuck Charlton – The king of YouTube. He is an Agent that has dominated his marketplace due to hard work, a great personality, amazing customer service, and amazing focus and commitment to one simple yet AMAZING idea. Below is a link to his video from Nov, 11,2011. It is amazing the sheer volume of interest his videos get in his area and how it has effected his buisness. You are a brilliant man Chuck!

Andy

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Not Hitting Your Sales Numbers? Do This One Thing Better

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[Editor's Note: This article was co-written with John Doerr]

“Like a poor marksman you keep…missing…the target. Kaaahhhnnn!!!”

- Admiral James T. Kirk

There was this one sales person I know that worked very hard, but he always seemed to be middle of the pack when it came to results. He had good skills. He was a good guy. But the results just weren’t there.

One day I got a chance to watch him in action. Early in the day I asked him what his plan was for the day, and he said, “Sell, of course.” There wasn’t much rhyme or reason to it as he plowed forward.

At the end of the day, I asked him if he met his goals for the day, and if he felt like he was on the right track to hit his sal...

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Do you think The world is looking to share information with one another??

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Are you a part of this movement?

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8 Tips for Increasing Your Email Prospecting Response Rate

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by Kendra Lee

http://www.klagroup.com/Resources/Articles/Increasing-Your-Email-Prospecting-Response-Rates.php

Recently I asked readers to share their secrets to ensuring contacts read their sales prospecting emails. Within 3 seconds contacts make a decision as to if they’re going to read your email, delete it, or save it to act on later. With this “Glimpse Factor” in mind, we have to be creative in how we write emails not just to get them read, but to get a response.

I received some excellent ideas and just had to share them with you!

1. Doing your homework is key. A number of sellers pointed out that what makes their email so relevant is the research they do beforehand...

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Brain Magic – We can do more than we think we can!

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Your Opinion is Worthless: Why Numbers Matter

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by The Marketing Student

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You and I always make the mistake of thinking that our opinion is representative of everyone else’s. I think this sucks, and therefore, nobody in their right mind could possibly enjoy this. Thanks to the internet, everyone is suddenly a righteously indignant critic.

The problem is that the internet is an echo chamber. With good reason; we only visit sites that we want to visit. If I love Sarah Palin, am I have going to have Huffington Post in my RSS feed? No, because I wouldn’t even know what the Huffington Post is to begin with.

This thinking reduces an infinite internet into something very, very finite: your own narrow point of view, made even narrower by biases and experience...

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10 Sales Tips That Ink Contracts

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by Kenneth Sundheim

http://www.businessinsider.com/10-sales-tips-that-ink-contracts-for-the-small-business-2011-4

1. Act as if you don’t need the business. Desperate salespeople come across to the buyer as less effective. Be blasé. Don’t beg. A direct relationship exits between their confidence in you and the amount of confidence you have in yourself.

2. Know your target’s industry inside and out. Be able to speak the jargon by the final interview. Knowing insider terminology is a heavily used persuasion technique by the top sales professionals.

3. Never use the word “no” during the final discussion. When combined and verbalized in a business atmosphere, those two meager letters hold a negative power and can turn a check signing meet-up into a different meeting altogether.

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Great video – “We are losing our listening!”

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