Selling Sucks: How to Stop Selling and Start Getting Prospects to Buy!
|Rating||:||4.67 (555 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||176 Pages|
Read Frank's book to learn the crucial difference that will almost certainly mean success or failure for your business in the new era of commerce."—Mark Joyner, bestselling author of Simpleologysimpleology"Ready to join the ranks of the top sales pros? Buy Selling Sucks. Get this book now if you're serious about exploding your sales and making more money."—Marie Forleo, author and Fox News Online Life Coach thegoodlife-inc"Rumbauskas has written an indispensable guide to moving
"Books" according to David Rank. It took a few extra days to recieve one of my books but the arrived in good condition.. and this book too. While "never cold call again" was a provocative and fresh approach to the age old subject - "cold calls, nobody likes them, you just got to do them", this book is full of "more of the same medicine". Well, sorry, but just by calling 'marketing' the new 'selling', you don't help anyone. Yes, giving a little speech at the local chamber meeting helps building your reputation as a professional and yes leads are generated by giving leads; all that is old wine in new bottles (stuff from the first book now in the second, just a different title. Call marketing selling and voila, sell a bookThe counter point: If you believe like I . Depends on what you're selling The Author basically lays out a strategey for self-promotion. By establishing yourself as an expert in your field, customers will come to you. This method depends on what it is you sell,and to whom you sell it. The book does contain some good advice and interesting stories. Worth the price if it applies to your situation.
This is a must-read for anyone serious about their sales career."—Paul McCord, author of Creating a Million-Dollar-a-Year Sales Income. Prior to marketing online, I spent fourteen years running some of the largest automobile dealerships in the USA. Then watch your results go through the roof."—Randy Pennington, author of Results Rule!"Rumbauskas has the ability to overcome the obvious and allow his readers to look at sales in a new dimension. Maybe they'll finally stop the old-school, hard-sell sh