Whether you're holding a garage sale for the first time (or a yard sale, moving sale, or a tag sale) or you've had sales in the past and they weren't profitable, "The Garage Sale How-To Guide" is loaded with lots of practical advice to help make your next sale a success. This 124 page guide offers tips on: Efficient ways of gathering items to sell Suggested prices for your garage sale merchandise How and where to promote and advertise your sale to bring in customers How to make effective signs that bring people to your sale Setting up your displays to look appealing Planning ahead to avoid the last minute chaos Piggybacking other events What to have on hand during a sale Security measures you should take during your sale Attention-getters to get people to stop at your sale ...And much more. The author is a writer and business owner with more than 35 years of experience running garage sales. In "The Garage Sale-How to Guide" she shares her marketing and selling expertise as a business owner and her experience in running garage sales to help others learn to run their own successful garage sale."
A manager's guide to the secrets behind the stunningly persuasive words millionaire marketers use to turn passive readers into eager and profitable customers Your words can achieve the same magical results successful businesses revel in every day when you apply their closely guarded secrets to your company's sales messages. In just 7 steps, this pocket guide reveals some of the powerful techniques these millionaire marketers use to craft their compelling, results-generating sales letters... Step 1: Discovering Your Most Responsive Market Step 2: Harness Incredible Headline Power Step 3: Make Your Sales Letter Compelling Step 4: The 2 Sacred 'Must-Be-Obeyed' Copywriting Rules Step 5: A Simple Formula for Winning Sales Consistently Step 6: 8 Must-Have Elements for Your Sales-Generating Letter Step 7: How to be Confident of Your Marketing ROI Carol A E Bentley is a professional direct response copywriter and published author of 'I Want To Buy Your Product.. Have You Sent Me A Letter Yet?'; 'Beat The Recession: Proven Marketing Tactics' and this Pocket Guide.
100 Small Fires to Make Your Book Sales BLAZE! is a how-to guide and marketing plan for selling your book, Kindle book or eBook and includes sample budgets and time-lines with strategies to make your blog tours sizzle, your rankings rise and your book sales soar. This book differs from other "How To" marketing books in its action oriented content. Not only do we give you an overview of the latest marketing trends including Content Marketing, Antic Advertising and Gamification, we also provide 100 Small Fires - concrete and creative ideas you can use to market your book AND three marketing plans, covering all size budgets with timelines for taking specific actions. Most of the available book marketing advice on the market is from writers, not marketers. This book was written by both a writer AND a marketer. We are going to help you think like a marketer by explaining concepts marketers use in Fortune 500 companies. This book condenses the best information we could find, adds new ideas, and examines marketing tools from the classics to the modern day online strategies. Inside these pages you will find what you need to target your audience, motivate them to buy your books, and transform them into a loyal fan base that will purchase your books for years to come. Read this book to learn how you can effectively focus your marketing efforts so that you can find and build your readership the old fashioned way - one fire cured brick at a time. Yes, you can do this. Most successful authors started this way and you can too. You can find what works for you by lighting small fires until they blaze a trail to literary success. 100 Small Fires to Make Your Book Sales BLAZE! will show you how!
? This authoritative volume examines the major laws, regulations and guidelines related to pharmaceutical product development in China. With a focus on patent, clinical and registration strategies, the book helps Western companies introduce their clinical drugs to the Chinese market, determine a strategic path and bridge the gap for regulatory and legal differences between China and the Western world. For a better understanding of the drug registration process, it explores the differences between the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA)-including its regulations and registration procedures-and those of the Western world. The volume discusses disparities between China's application requirements compared to Western standards to make it easier for companies to prepare their application packages. It also provides detailed commentary on CFDA guidelines in reference to clinical trial (IND) and market application (NDA) requirements. Overall, this book offers guidance for Western companies aspiring to expand into China's pharmaceutical market in hopes that they may gain a fundamental understanding of its rules and complexities in order to ensure a smooth transition and prevent future issues.
My incentive for writing "Letters from Jerusalem," which form the basis for this book, was my desire to share my enthusiasm for living in Jerusalem. I was eager to convey some general human-interest information about the city not easily available through the media. So, in a sense, the letters resemble a diary.
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