How to start a Home BusinessWritten by Carolyn B Smith
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for you. Whatever your choice, be sure that you believe in it. You must be committed in order for your business to flourish. In most cases you already have tools that are necessary to start a home business. Items such as a computer and being linked to an internet provider are some examples. You can find warehouses with huge inventories that are ready to sell. You do advertising and they will ship. They keep inventory and deposit your profits. You advertise and spend profit! Actually they do everything, they keep up with inventory, even when someone places an order order goes to warehouse, and they fill order, ship, and send you profit. You can also be an affiliate of these companies. You sell company and collect a percentage of profit from sell of company. The best part about business is that you are apart of a team that is helping others.
My favorite support team is Plug-in-Profit. They have a support team that is always available who will keep you focused and encouraged. During time of initial set up of your business, they provide a detailed outline for your business. They even tell you what sites you can go to for advertising, email, or trafficking assistance. Many of these are free or have a minimum free. You will love stating a business with right tools.
Carolyn Bell Smith retired as a Lead Sales Clerk from the Postal Service. In addition to her home businesses, she enjoys gardening, sewing, and most of all helping people. She is married with two adult children
Systematically Flood Your Leads With An EducationWritten by John Jantsch
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* Send them an article that discusses some point of interest you know they have
* Drop them a copy of a press release you just sent to media
* Send them a free report, checklist or tool you know they will appreciate.
Here's key to this storm. Don't ask for order, don't try to get and appointment, don't call. Just keep sending them this perfectly scripted, useful information and watch what happens. I can hear sales trainers all over world moaning about subtleness of this approach but there is something very appealing about simply being there, giving great information and waiting, Oh, and there's something very referable about someone who sells this way!
And best part, It can all be automated (although it won't look like it if done right) while you're out there knocking more doors down.
John Jantsch is a marketing coach and author of Referral Flood. Find out more information at http://www.referralflood.com