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Make Your Home Party a Success! by Anita DeFrank
... Another good ice breaker is to thank your hostess for holding the party and giving her a gift. If you offer gifts to guests who bring friends; now's the time do hand them out. The Presentation… Start showing guests the items that you've brought for display and give a brief description that you've prepared before-hand on each one. Guests love hands-on viewing. After each description, hand the merchandise to the guests to get a better look and pass around.

How to Roll New Business Your Way with Promotional Merchandise by Andrei Smith
... Give them a cool key chain or CD holder, give them something electronic, something trendy and colorful. If your target audience is leaders of corporate America, don't give them lottery scratchers or highlighter keychains, don't even give them a calculator, since they have accountants dealing with their numbers. Give them instead a nice writing set for their desks, give them some nice executive accessory that you know they will not be ashamed to display on their mahogany desks.

Achieve Long Term Business Success By Having The Right Reasons / Motives by Tayo Solagbade
... And even when they have achieved material success, their passion for work never diminishes, because they stay focused on achieving the ultimate vision of making a difference using their unique gifts - visions that may be pursued for their entire lifetime. Take the case of Bill Gates. Considering that he has been the richest man in the world for quite a while now, if that had been his sole motivation for starting his business or building it up to its current size, I doubt that he would still ...

Build Excitement: Promotional Products to Attract Customers at Your Next Trade Show Event by Rick Sheldon
... Additionally, giving out these items fosters customer goodwill. One example of an actual success story involves a bridal dress company. During the busy spring season, the owners frequented a plethora of wedding trade show events to promote their gowns. This company sent a handful of invitations to each of the local boutiques in the city where each expo was held. The invitations were of a Cinderella theme with a “Welcome to the Ball” message. Attached to each invitation was a tiny key chain ...

The Truth About Doublers by David Congreave
... If the answer is ‘No’ then ask yourself why you would give your approval to a Doubler program? If you are intelligent enough to understand how Doublers work, you are intelligent enough to make an honest income online. Build your own website. Provide an online service. Sell affiliate products. There are a vast number of legitimate business opportunities available to you without resorting to the underhand tactics used by operators of Doubler programs.

Give A Gift Basket by Charles Kassotis
... No matter who you want a gift for, whether an 80-year-old with dementia or a five-year-old just starting school, a gift basket specialty business can help you select the prearranged basket that will convey the right message. Often, you can help to create a basket gift of your choice, selecting colors, items, arrangement, and container in the size and price range you want. Choose a doggy basket for your pup’s completion of obedience school. Add a decorative collar with matching leash, dog ...

Love, Uncles, and Etymology by Arnold Romanofski
... He was given estrogen for his prostate cancer, and today we know that estrogen in the high doses given back then often causes heart attacks, and my Uncle Steve suffered a sudden, massive one. Years passed and four of my five siblings got married giving me a brother-in-law and three new sisters-in-law. Seemingly overnight, my older brothers fathered five children, and my sister bore five, for a total of ten youngsters with ten new personalities. Being an uncle to five girls and five boys was ...

Finding Your Niche - Your First Step to an Online Business by Chad Curl
... Several years ago, I built an online gift store that included all kinds of merchandise; anything from home interior, garden décor, to unique gifts. I really felt this kind of a store would appeal to people, and the truth is, it did. What was the problem then? I was competing with over 3 million other gift store websites! I didn't have a chance. Unless you have deep pockets, you should stay away from generalized ideas such as this. So, where should your focus be?

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