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5 Keys to Building Relationships During Online Events

Jul 14th, 2010 | By
5 Keys to Building Relationships During Online Events

by Aaron Joslow Your [company’s] survival depends on having sales conversations with the right people. Webinars offer an opportunity to have them. The attendees are people whom you targeted and who told you—by registering—they want to spend an hour listening to you. And what do most firms do? They practically ignore each person. They might say
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Selling Online, Selling Offline — What’s the Difference?

Jul 1st, 2010 | By

By Ari Galper, Founder of Unlock The Game™ Ever since I created Unlock The Game™, one of the first questions people always ask me is, “Does Unlock The Game™ apply to online selling?” I’ve been holding off on answering that question because I wanted to get enough experience under my belt with my own online
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Big Lessons From 30 Years’ Freelance Copywriting:HOW TO WIND UP WITH COPY THAT REALLY SELLS

Jun 22nd, 2010 | By

  by Dan S. Kennedy   I got my first paid, freelance copywriting job 31 years ago. I have since written copy consuming a forest of paper, for product from the mundane to the weird and bizarre, for every media, including print ads, direct-mail, TV infomercials, and the internet. Here are a few of the
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