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The Only 9 Things You Need to Know About Selling

Being a great salesperson isn't about gimmicks or systems. Here are the nine essential do's and don't's to help your pitch.

Steve Tobak

6 Tips for Creating an Effective Internet Direct Mail Campaign

Getting direct mail prospects to visit your site isn't hard if you follow this direct mail expert's advice.

Craig Simpson

6 Attention-Grabbing Direct Mail Designs

When planning your direct mail campaign, choosing the right design is crucial. These tips can help you select the one that works best for you.

Craig Simpson

5 Tips for Producing Direct Mail Copy That Sells

These strategies will help you craft a direct mail piece that will connect with your customer.

Craig Simpson

How to Go 'Cha-Ching' With an Affiliate Program

When budgets are lean and resources tight, consider turning to an affiliate program to increase sales.

David Chait

The 5 Key Elements of a Great Direct Mail Sales Piece

If you're new to direct mail, these 5 tips can help you create a sales piece that attracts a buying audience.

Craig Simpson

Why You Should Sell First, Build Later

For our series The Grind, the founder of Alumnify explains why his philosophy is sell, sell, sell and not launch quickly.

AJ Agrawal

3 Tricks to Building Value When You Sell

If you want to set yourself up for failure, pitch features. If you want to be successful, focus on the end outcome.

Marc Wayshak

10 Key Elements of a Perfect Investor Pitch

One of the first steps on your way to making an idea a reality is pitching. Here are 10 ways to make sure you ace your presentation.

Daniel Bukszpan

Why Discounts Are a Trick

Go ahead, have a sale. Give a discount. Be a sport. But know that you're just playing an age-old game of pricing.

Gene Marks

How to Ease Acquisitions from the Acqui-Hired Founders

Tech giants aren't just looking for talent, they're buying it. See what the transition has been like for start-up founders.

Susan Johnston

Flip 'I Hate' to 'I Love' to Sell

5 tips for sales professionals who want to love their job.

Barry Farber