Selling Strategies Bundle, 2 in 1 Bundle: Game of Sales and Sales Secrets Is it very possible to sell ice to an Eskimo? This is one question that many people have asked themselves and the answer is yes. It is possible to sell ice to the Eskimos depending on the sales skills you have. If you are a good salesman, you can do this without much hassle. A person who is well skilled in the art of selling can sell anything to anyone and make good cash out of it in the end. Knowing how to sell is the basics to selling anything. It will determine if the business will be successful or a failure. Pricing is also important when it comes to selling and making a profit. Most people just seem to whack a price on their products with little time spent thinking about it, why they've priced it like that, and what factors are going to contribute to whether it's a successful decision or not. But it's really important to know how much freedom to experiment you have with regards to pricing, and what effect getting it wrong can have in a number of ways. This bundle will teach you the secrets of what it takes to have that convincing power that will see you sell ice to the Eskimos. You will learn the basics of earning big and all the skills needed to be a good salesman who can convince anyone to buy anything. You will also learn pricing strategies that will let you earn as much as you can from your products or services. This 2 in 1 bundle includes the following audiobooks: 1. Game of Sales: The Ultimate Guide on How to Boost Your Sales, Learn Advanced Pricing Strategies That Would Double Your Profits 2. Sales Secrets: The Ultimate Guide to the Art of Selling, Learn Savvy Salesmanship and Sales Techniques That Would Let You Sell Ice to Eskimos Get the Selling Strategies 2 in 1 Bundle today!
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About Marcus Mulenga
Eugene Lim is the author of several novels, including Fog & Car and The Strangers. His writing has appeared in Fence, the Denver Quarterly, Little Star, Dazed, the Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere. He is the founder and managing editor of Ellipsis Press and works as a librarian in a high school. He lives in Queens, New York.