Trade Show Exhibit Booth - 7 Tips to Improve Yours

Written by Patty Stripes

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4. Get more lights thanrepparttar neighbour This is really a good trick which has worked well with me in most ofrepparttar 144392 international trade shows I have participated in. Order a few more lights than whatrepparttar 144393 exhibitors are providing. You can argue that more lights would make you a sweat a bit more, but it would also make you stand out amongst similar stalls asrepparttar 144394 booth would look brighter and somehow more attractive.

5. Personnel should be trained on projects Sometimes due to shortage of personnel we might hire hosts forrepparttar 144395 trade show. It is something which cannot be avoided so it would be better that you plan in advance for this and give them sufficient training to them so that they do not appear ignorant to customer requirements.

6. Flaunt your best attributes Though this specific point has been mentioned in previous articles, it is also required to be mentioned here. You should have a concise communication strategy in all your display material to be able to attract visitors. Relevant graphics and a strong message delivery can make allrepparttar 144396 difference between your and your competitors stall.

7. Smile This is something which is a no-cost sure fire winner. You need to be cheerful but not overly friendly and have a genuine smile while talking to visitors. Asrepparttar 144397 Chinese correctly said that a man without a smiling face should never open a shop and they surely know something about selling.

Patty Stripes is an editor for The Trade Show Booth, check out her latest articles about using a trade show exhibit booth, used trade show display and advantages of a compelling trade show booth design

Helping Your Prospects Overcome “Buying Fears” By Using Testimonials

Written by Joe Farinaccio

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2) Torepparttar point. Each one should highlight one main benefit. If your customer has mentioned 3 really good benefits in their testimonial try to break up their 1 testimony into 3 testimonies. Use an ellipsis inrepparttar 144391 copy …. like this … to start and closerepparttar 144392 testimony where appropriate.

3) Natural. Keeprepparttar 144393 testimonials as unedited as possible. Clean uprepparttar 144394 spelling, of course, but forrepparttar 144395 most part keep things just as your customer has written (or spoken) them.

4) Detailed. The best testimonials aren’t vague… they include details… specifics… processed data… juicy numbers… facts… etc.

5) Includerepparttar 144396 customer’s name and where they live. The more informationrepparttar 144397 better… “K. Smith, Pennsville, NJ” is better than “K.S. from N.J.” But “Karen Smith (Owner, Styles Dress Shop), Pennsville, NJ” is best of all.

6) Placed next to relevant points in your sales letter. If you have a testimonial raving aboutrepparttar 144398 reliability of your product try to place it near any sales copy you have that addresses how reliable your product is. Ifrepparttar 144399 testimonial raves about how good your service is then place it near sales copy that compares your service performance with others.’

Final Words on Gathering Testimonials Effectively

Always ask your satisfied customers for testimonials. Create a standard form and atrepparttar 144400 top of it type in big letters, “Customer Feedback Form.”

Then give them out to your customers and ask for comments … “Did you like our product/service?” … “Was there anything you didn’t like about it?” … “What was it you liked BEST about doing business with me?”… “Any additional Comments you’d like to make?”

And then,repparttar 144401 final important question and request… “May we use your comments for promotional purposes?… please sign it and send back to me at…”

There you have it. Now - - gather some testimonials. Use them in all your sales copy. Watch your sales rise along with your credibility.

Joe Farinaccio is a copywriter and direct marketer. In addition to writing sales letters for online clients Joe specializes in creating successful direct mail packages for small and medium sized businesses. You can learn more about how to market your business successfully and sign up to receive his free monthly Ezine at

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