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Four Simple Rules for a Great Sign Layout

GREAT SIGN LAYOUT

The primary requirements of the client of yesteryear and today are that the advertisement be inexpensive and have attention-getting visual appeal. One of the secrets of good layout is not to inundate viewers with too much information. I. PRIORITIZE Start by prioritizing copy. Use one major heading, and several secondary headings. Give top priority to the text you want people to remember and talk about, such as; the name of your product, project, or sale. Therefore, make your name secondary, unless

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15 Secrets to Closing a Sale

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Take the initiative to make follow-up contact. Determine whether a phone or personal meeting is called for (if it's a complex decision — set an appointment). When you call, make sure it is a good time for the person to talk. If it is not, schedule a more appropriate time. Think service, not sales - focus your attention on what the client needs. Find out as much as you can about the results the person is seeking. Welcome all questions — Act in their best interest and give them straight answers. Understand before you answer. Also ask them questions, so you can tailor their needs. Know your competition - be prepared not only to address questions about your product or service specifically, but to demonstrate how it compares to others, what trends it reflects

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