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    Response to an offline marketing question

    Awesome advice bro. And it's so true that expressing the benefits will go way far than trying to educate them on the mechanics of a site, seo, autoresponder, or whatever.
    Posted 13th March 2009 at 09:09 PM by prestige00 prestige00 is offline
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    Offline Marketing Works - Proof

    question tim, how are you outsourcing the work? Do you have people already that you are using? And, is that what you charge for a website?
    Posted 13th March 2009 at 09:05 PM by prestige00 prestige00 is offline
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    Offline Marketing Works - Proof

    congrats on the check ....wonder, as I mentioned in our covnersation , how you sold the first one with no product to show to the customers. maybe your people dont ask the same question as the ones I have contacted, but I have good fact finding with them, get right to the close, adn they want to see my site ...which is minimal .

    so tell us Tim, how did you handle that problem ? or did you have a site up and running ?

    Posted 13th March 2009 at 03:04 PM by bobmcalister bobmcalister is offline
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    Blood in the water

    Great reminder of the basics of marketing. I know from other industries in which I've worked that NO ONE expects to get many sales from their first promotion...but by the 6th to 8th one you better have the sales phones staffed!
    Posted 11th March 2009 at 01:39 PM by MainStreetMarketing MainStreetMarketing is offline
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    Educate then sell

    Thanks for the great insight boss!
    Posted 9th March 2009 at 12:52 AM by browncharm browncharm is offline
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    Nice post TimCastleman your article is very informative and motivating, Thanks!.
    Posted 7th March 2009 at 06:21 PM by joseph nhimura joseph nhimura is offline
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    Educate then sell

    I completely agree. Value and emotion even trumps branding.
    Posted 6th March 2009 at 11:48 AM by ProfitFu ProfitFu is offline
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    What are you here to sell me?

    Hi Tim,

    Great post, I like it. I guess one of the ways to find out what people are hurting for is through forums and Yahoo answers.
    And the other thing about being a great salesman is having the patience to wait for the business to come to you. In other words let the money chase you!


    Posted 6th March 2009 at 06:06 AM by guyster guyster is offline
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    Happiness In Sales - Part 3

    Very insightful. It sounds like you have a solid look into what motivates people to purchase, and also why they will stay at a job they hate. On the money all the way!
    Posted 2nd March 2009 at 01:24 PM by Brad Fisher Brad Fisher is offline
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    How to profit in business

    Thanks Tim, you have brought an extra measure of focus in what I am trying to accomplish in my campaign-Scott
    Posted 1st March 2009 at 04:26 PM by Scott Hewitt Scott Hewitt is offline
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    Come On And Get Happy With More Sales!

    Bob - Yeah I am preloading them so when I go out of town tomorrow they will show up. Thanks for the heads up.

    Posted 25th February 2009 at 10:08 AM by TimCastleman TimCastleman is offline
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    Come On And Get Happy With More Sales!

    hi tim
    your links to your other blog posts are 'invalid'
    Posted 25th February 2009 at 09:08 AM by bobmcalister bobmcalister is offline

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