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Two Ways to Market yourself Without Spending a Dime
By: Jay Conners
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    Two Ways to Market yourself Without Spending a Dime - The second tip...

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    The second tip for marketing yourself and your products is having a good posture, or portraying an over all positive body language.

    Again, body language will speak volumes to your customer.

    Imagine approaching someone who looks as though they have just lost their best friend. Shoulders hunched over, no eye contact, no smile, with a whoa is me attitude.

    Nobody wants to approach this kind of sales person. This type of body language sends a message to your potential customer that you are seriously lacking in confidence. Or, that you just flat out do not like your job, or the company you work for.

    If a potential customer believes that you donít care for your current job or for the company that you are working for, than they will most likely believe that you will not care about them and their needs.

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