Mark Bowser’s new book ‘Sales Success’ is in bookstores now. We are looking for people who are willing to give us feedback on Amazon by writing a book review.
For a temporary time, the publisher has lowered the price of the ebook to only 99 cents. You can get the book here: http://amzn.to/1QhCiph.
Book reviews are huge in the world of book marketing. It would be very helpful to have your feedback.
‘Sales Success’ is written by Mark Bowser with contributing authors Zig Ziglar, Tom Hopkins, and Scott McKain.
We are all honored that ‘Sales Success’ is one of the last big projects that Zig Ziglar was a part of before he passed away.
I have some exciting news I wanted to share and wanted to see if you would help me out by writing a book review.
“Sales Success” has finally hit the market. Let me tell you, it has been a marathon.
My publisher has started a marketing campaign to receive honest reviews on Amazon for my latest book “Sales Success” in which I wrote with Tom Hopkins, Scott McKain, and the late Zig Ziglar. I am honored that this is one of the last big projects Mr. Ziglar was a part of before he past away. This has been a book which has been in process for several years and recently was released in bookstores and online.
To make this process easier, the publisher has dropped the price of the ebook temporarily to 99 cents which I think is the lowest Amazon would allow them to go. The physical book is available too but the price of it is much higher.
Honest reviews help us with marketing strategies. The link to the book page is http://amzn.to/1QhCiph. It defaults to the paperback book, but all you have to do is use the drop down menu and select kindle ebook.
To write a review, just scroll down a little on the book page on Amazon and you will see the option to write a review. We really appreciate your help in this process. Again, the link to the book page on Amazon is http://amzn.to/1QhCiph.
Thanks. Have a great day. God bless.
“God never consults your past to determine your future.” Dr. Mike Murdock
“I hold the maxim no less applicable to public than to private affairs, that honesty is always the best policy.” George Washington (Farewell Address)http://amzn.to/1QhCiph
“What customers REALLY want: Reciprocal Loyalty…What business supplies: Endless Prospecting.”Scott McKain
We are all salespeople. We sell our kids to not get on drugs. We sell our co-workers on where to go eat lunch. We sell our spouses on the movie to see this Friday night. We sell products and services if your job title is sales representative. We sell by the brand clothes we wear. And, we sell ourselves. It is all about influence. Learn how to master the art of influence with “Sales Success.” Written by Mark Bowser with Scott McKain, Tom Hopkins, and the late Zig Ziglar.
Get your copy today at a bookstore near you or simply go the book’s page at Amazon http://amzn.to/1QhCiph
Howard Hendricks said, You can impress people at a distance, but you can impact them only up close.”
Who are you impacting with your influence, integrity…your life?
My new book “Sales Success” is available for pre-order on Amazon. http://amzn.to/1QhCiph
“In these extraordinary days we realize fully that the public is shopping more than ever for its box office fare. There is no compromise for ‘selling’ your attractions. I am confident that the future will enable us to fill this bill.” Walt Disney
Everything is selling. Every morning when we arise, we put on the shoes of a salesperson. It doesn’t matter whether you are a mechanic, a household executive, a student, a nurse, a teacher, a coach, an engineer, a parent, a preacher, or even a funeral director – your job is to sell.
So, what does that actually mean “everything is selling?” Success is about influence. Walt Disney understood this more than anyone. Walt Disney became a tremendous salesman. Even to this day, his influence still lives strong. Some might even say that Walt’s influence is more alive today than when he was living. That is a tribute to how well he understood this concept that everything is selling.
Think with me for a moment. How did you get your first date? How did you get your first job? You had to sell someone, didn’t you? You had to sell them on you. You see, the first thing we sell is our self. The second thing we sell is our idea.
An important point to ponder as you pursue your life in the world of selling is that selling isn’t something you do to someone. As Zig Ziglar pointed out, selling is something you do for someone because you know that your product, service, or idea is in their best interest. That they are much better off acquiring what you have to offer than they are not acquiring it.
…Something to think about today. Now, go out there and sell something!
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