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Winning at Inventing Is a Numbers Game

Inventors too often focus on patents and expensive prototypes when what they really need is proof of demand.

Stephen Key

Stop Pitching to Losers! The 5 Power Disqualifiers.

To sell anything, first you must eliminate from your market all those who can't, won't or don't need to buy. Once they're gone, real selling begins.

Perry Marshall

6 Quick and Easy Steps to Connect With Anyone

Prospective customers are people, first and foremost. Treat them that way and see what happens.

Jimmy Burgess

Are You Trying to Protect Your Idea -- or Sell It?

Do you really need a patent? It all depends on who you ask.

Stephen Key

Vice Presidents of Marketing Are Busy People. Here's How to Properly Pitch to Them.

Use these 10 guidelines to prepare for a successful engagement with a marketing decision-maker.

John Arnold

4 Steps Entrepreneurs Need to Take to Get Comfortable Selling

If you find yourself fearing that next sales call, meeting or pitch, follow these tips

5 Tips for Giving a Killer Sales Presentation

A lot rides on a sales presentation, but follow these tips, and you will set yourself, and your company, up for success.

Dustin Grosse

3 Steps to Bring Your New Electronic Product to Market

Follow these tips to turn your concept of a brilliant new gadget into profit.

John Teel

How to Launch a Product That Sells

Determining whether the product is a fit for you personally, and then whether it matches your audience's needs will save any entrepreneur time, money and heartache.

Dorie Clark

How to Convince Investors You Can Sell

Your success, as a company and as an investment, will depend on your ability to get customers to buy i service.

Scott Shane

4 Tactics to Sell Expensive Products

Once you learn to approach each sale from using these strategies, you can increase your close rate and your profits.

5 Ways to Sell Smarter, Not Harder

Customers don't want to be pushed to make a purchase. They want to be guided into their own decision-making process.

Danny Wong