Some expert adviceBlog added by Paul Wilson on June 12, 2009
Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson

Denver, CO

Joined: May 30, 2007

While there is always a lot of great information available on ProducersWEB, I’ve noticed that over the past month, there have been some especially good sales articles on a wide variety of topics.

Been wondering what the heck Twitter is? Check out Karen Rothwell's excellent summary of this quickly growing network tool. If nothing else, it’ll help you find a great lunch spot.
Or are you aware that “You’ve been replaced by a cartoon”? Don’t let it keep you up at night. Michael Lovas tells you why it could actually be a good thing.
In “Selling and the sub-producers,” Joe Anzalone details the often-brutal process of building your practice while maintaining the quality and motivation that have made you successful in the first place.
There are also several excellent articles on ways to help your business survive and even excel during these tough economic conditions. Be sure to read the recent submissions by Winn Claybaugh, Lew Nason and Alana Schofield.
Selling isn’t easy during the best of times, and recent events have only made the challenges that much more daunting. Don’t try to do it alone. Be sure to take advantage of advice from experts throughout the financial industry. And don’t forget to become a fan of your favorite writers so you can receive real-time notifications on their latest features and articles.
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