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ONLINE BUSINESS HELP

Are you sale-oriented?
By: Robert Nixon
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    2006-09-04

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  • Are you sale-oriented?
  • If you think...
  • Do not make...
  • You save over...
  • Have options like...
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    The cost of the investment will determine the prospects level of interest but you must always deliver what you promise.

    3. Have a 'service' contract. In business you may sell a tangible product that may be in need of service on a regular basis, such as changing the filter, etc.

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