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What do you sell?

I'm interested in seeing what kind of product/service diversity we have within the SalesPractice community. What product or service do you sell?

Everybody (especially first timers) is encouraged to post...

Thanks!

Skip Anderson


... I sell sales training and consulting services. - by Skip Anderson
I've sold nutritional products with one company since 1996 and because it's a direct selling/network marketing company that manufactures the products I sell I also recruit sales reps we call distributors.

MitchM - by MitchM
I sell window tinting to residential and commercial customers. - by Ianto Jones
I sell software to B2B companies that improves the success rate of sales strategies and service initiatives by accelerating employee alignment with change.

shds; - by Eric Count5
I list and sell residential real estate. - by Houston
Thanks for your posts, MitchM, Ianto, Eric and Houston. Others, please share what product or service you sell. It's nice to get a feel for everybody's industries rather than clicking on hundreds of profiles.

Please share... - by Skip Anderson
I sell Collection services to Business' that have monies owed to them. - by lacey
I sell pay-tv subscriptions in Australia - by MrCharisma
I sell industrial, commercial, and residential air cleaning equipment. - by DaveAtICA
I sell industrial, commercial, and residential air cleaning equipment.
Dave, congrats on your first post!

Who else will share what product/service they sell? - by Skip Anderson
I help people own New Toyotas, and sell our trade-ins (all makes) via internet avenues. I use a Follow-Up system called "Send Out Cards" to take care of my clients and contacts for life; and this, I am also a distributor for... I guess I don't really sell it, but while it is shared with others, and they see how much it would help their business; I get paid when they implement it in their business.

Tobias. - by FollowUpMaster
Send Out Cards is a multi level marketing business many people in sales are joining for two reasons: 1. send out cards to clients, etc, 2. and create another stream-of-income while they do their primary business. Locally, I have four friends: 1. real estate, 2. virtual business support, 3. small business consultation, and 4. insurance sales who are with Send Out Cards.

How is Send Out Cards working for you, FollowUpMaster as far as:

1. sending out cards?

2. creating another stream-of-income?

AND, do you treat recruiting people into Send Out Cards as a sale?

MitchM - by MitchM
Send Out Cards is a multi level marketing business many people in sales are joining for two reasons: 1. send out cards to clients, etc, 2. and create another stream-of-income while they do their primary business. Locally, I have four friends: 1. real estate, 2. virtual business support, 3. small business consultation, and 4. insurance sales who are with Send Out Cards.

How is Send Out Cards working for you, FollowUpMaster as far as:

1. sending out cards?

2. creating another stream-of-income?

AND, do you treat recruiting people into Send Out Cards as a sale?

MitchM
MitchM, your "Send Out Cards" topic would be an excellent new thread, so perhaps you would like to post your question there.

Who else would like to share what product/service they sell in this thread? - by Skip Anderson
I sell Staffing Services to companies, particularly direct hire placements in Office Services.

Michelle - by meneses025
Send Out Cards is a multi level marketing business many people in sales are joining for two reasons: 1. send out cards to clients, etc, 2. and create another stream-of-income while they do their primary business. Locally, I have four friends: 1. real estate, 2. virtual business support, 3. small business consultation, and 4. insurance sales who are with Send Out Cards.

How is Send Out Cards working for you, FollowUpMaster as far as:

1. sending out cards?

2. creating another stream-of-income?

AND, do you treat recruiting people into Send Out Cards as a sale?

MitchM
Sendoutcards is working great for me, thank you for asking. I started using it in November of 2007 (Just 3 months ago.) I haven't signed anybody else up, yet. I really wanted to see first the impact in my business; so that I could quantify what it is doing for me. What I can say, is that in the last 3 months I have gotten more referrals than I did in the entire previous year. (Not signing up people in SOC, but selling a vehicle, or a toyota.) I have sent out 404 cards thus far (so my cost was about $408, and my distributorship was $399). With the additional deals I can directly attribute to SOC, the return has been a little over $1300. So, I am already in the black; and no complaints here.

Yes, it is exciting to have the possibility of another income stream, but for now, I am content with the additional sales, improved relationships, and the kind feedback I am getting from my clients. I look forward to a future career that will be getting to work with clients that have either done business with me before, or were referred to me by somebody else. It looks bright.

I am happy to discuss ideas with anybody who'd like to consider it, or who