Marketing & Selling To Small Business Entrepreneurs

Any interest?

I’m getting asked about this quite a bit, and have had to turn down a number of consulting opportunities. If you, the reader, wants to learn more about what it takes to marketing and sell effectively to small and midsize business entrepreneurs, leave a comment. Questions are ok, too.

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1 Anonymous November 1, 2005 at 7:11 pm

Michael,
You’ve got a great Website. I can see why you are extremely busy. I was particularly interested in the questions being asked (example – Mary’s comment on October 11).

I am not in the consulting business, but conduct three to four marketing workshop/seminars to small business owners on a volunteer basis for a local non-profit.

Mary’s question and others like that are often asked of me.

Finally I decided to write a book about what I talk about in my seminars. It’s entitled, THERE’S A FINE LINE BETWEEN A GROOVE AND A RUT: How to avoid a sale slump and re-energize your marketing team. I can’t be in front of a lot of people, but thought perhaps my book could be. It’s only been out two months, but just received an endorsement from the National Business Association (13,000 small business owner members).

Michael, perhaps you can help me. I’m looking for people who will review my book. I think it’s pretty good, but what’s important is what others think.

Its only 140 pages. Could you suggest anyone you think would be receptive to taking a look at it. It’s aimed at business owners and sales professionals. Any ideas or thoughts you have would be greatly appreciated.

I’d like to also link you site to my blog site (http://www.abovethelineblog.com). I think people would appreciate knowing about you (if they don’t already).

Best regards,
George
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2 Anonymous November 2, 2005 at 12:11 am

Michael,
You’ve got a great Website. I can see why you are extremely busy. I was particularly interested in the questions being asked (example – Mary’s comment on October 11).
I am not in the consulting business, but conduct three to four marketing workshop/seminars to small business owners on a volunteer basis for a local non-profit.
Mary’s question and others like that are often asked of me.
Finally I decided to write a book about what I talk about in my seminars. It’s entitled, THERE’S A FINE LINE BETWEEN A GROOVE AND A RUT: How to avoid a sale slump and re-energize your marketing team. I can’t be in front of a lot of people, but thought perhaps my book could be. It’s only been out two months, but just received an endorsement from the National Business Association (13,000 small business owner members).
Michael, perhaps you can help me. I’m looking for people who will review my book. I think it’s pretty good, but what’s important is what others think.
Its only 140 pages. Could you suggest anyone you think would be receptive to taking a look at it. It’s aimed at business owners and sales professionals. Any ideas or thoughts you have would be greatly appreciated.
I’d like to also link you site to my blog site (http://www.abovethelineblog.com). I think people would appreciate knowing about you (if they don’t already).
Best regards,
George——-

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3 Anonymous October 11, 2005 at 5:10 pm

I am looking for new ideas regarding marketing to small and medium size businesses in our state.  I have some ideas, but am looking for a streamlined approach.

Thank you,

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4 Anonymous October 11, 2005 at 10:10 pm

I am looking for new ideas regarding marketing to small and medium size businesses in our state.  I have some ideas, but am looking for a streamlined approach.
Thank you,

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5 Anonymous February 10, 2005 at 12:02 am

I’d like to focus on “small exporters,” but I’m still trying to figure out whether there are enough of them out there to sustain my biz.

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6 Anonymous February 10, 2005 at 5:02 am

I’d like to focus on “small exporters,” but I’m still trying to figure out whether there are enough of them out there to sustain my biz.

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7 Anonymous January 28, 2005 at 11:01 pm

I’m starting up a Consulting and Tech Support business focusing on small business. This being my first shot, I’m kind of apprehensive about marketing. Is there any info, you can give me?
Thanks.

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8 Anonymous January 29, 2005 at 4:01 am

I’m starting up a Consulting and Tech Support business focusing on small business. This being my first shot, I’m kind of apprehensive about marketing. Is there any info, you can give me?
Thanks.

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9 Anonymous January 26, 2005 at 4:01 am

We are a local hospital. How do I market to the small and medium size businesses in my city?

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10 Anonymous January 26, 2005 at 9:01 am

We are a local hospital. How do I market to the small and medium size businesses in my city?

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11 Anonymous July 21, 2004 at 4:07 pm

I’d like any information you have about small to medium size business marketing.  Thanks

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12 Anonymous July 21, 2004 at 9:07 pm

I’d like any information you have about small to medium size business marketing.  Thanks

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