Selling For People Who Don’t Like Selling

| November 17, 2009 | 6 Comments

MindMasters Entrepreneur AssociationRecently Barbara Eldridge, my Co-Director at MindMasters Entreprener Association, and I interviewed Vicki Garcia, Marketing Impressions.

Vicki shares tips on selling and marketing your small business. Let me know what you think by commenting. Visit MindMasters Entrepreneur Association if you are a small business owner who wants to be part of a vibrant online business community.

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Debra Simpson began her career in publishing in 1990 as the publisher of The Business Resource (formerly known as Networks), a small business newspaper in San Diego County. In 1995, McGraw-Hill lured her away to the world of multimedia and Web publishing, and recognized Debra as the Author of the Year in Multimedia Development in 1996. Thus began Debra’s adventure in digital media development. She subsequently spent four years programming McGraw Hill’s vast collection of Websites. When McGraw Hill closed their Carlsbad office, Debra re-entered the entrepreneurial realm, developing and implementing Web 2.0 Internet marketing strategies for the small business community. Debra's been podcasting North San Diego Business since November 2008, interviewing small business owners in North San Diego County. She also consults, sets up and produces podcasts for other small businesses.

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  1. Vicki makes an excellent point that selling is a skill – not just a rare talent that some people are born with. Since today’s selling tactics are a lot lower key, that gives the rest of us a much better shot at success. Having the client make first contact also makes the interaction much more comfortable for everyone.

    Daisy McCarty

  2. I would agree to say that selling needs skill and talent. The skill to talk smoothly and persuade the costumer to purchase the product and the talent to entertain the costumer so that he/she will not turn his/her back on you.

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