Power Sales Writing, Revised and Expanded Edition: Using Communication to Turn Prospects into Clients

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McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 11, 2011 - Business & Economics - 224 pages

High-impact language for today’s lightning-fast world of sales

Filled with practical writing tips, shortcuts, and examples, Power Sales Writing brings you up to date in a world where e-mail, social media, and smart phones dominate sales communication. If you’re not highly skilled with the latest communication platforms, you’re missing sales opportunities. Power Sales Writing will get you there in no time!

“Your customers can ignore your correspondence or you can read this book. It’s that simple!”
—Larry Winget, television personality and #1 bestselling author of Shut Up, Stop Whining & Get a Life

“If you can’t write well, you can’t sell. Power Sales Writing shows you how to be crisp, clear, and communicate at the highest levels.”
—Tim Sanders, author of Today We Are Rich

“Can’t get enough! It’s so refreshing to find a resource that offers easy-to-use tools to help our sales teams deliver a compelling and engaging message that sets us apart from our competition.”
—Robin Farrell, Director of Corporate Sales Training, North America Operations, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts

 

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Contents

Getting Started
1
The Psychology of Persuasive Writing
49
Successful Prospecting with Email
87
Brand Yourself as a Professional
133
Keeping Customers Happy
161
Bonus to Use Right Now
197
Index
221
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Sue Hershkowitz-Coore is an internationally recognized sales trainer. Her client list includes the world’s most prestigious sales organizations, such as The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, MetLife, and Marriott. Sponsored by American Express and designated “Best in Class” by Professional Convention Management Association, Sue is an award-winning speaker and corporate consultant.

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