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Sometimes the fastest way to find sales reps is to visit the shows where they exhibit. They are often available to speak, and will certainly take your card and catalog if you leave it with them. This is a fabulous opportunity to find tons of reps under one roof and see them in action as well as all the lines they carry – they are in the spotlight and easy to find.
Some tradeshows you might want to consider visiting:
http://www.nyigf.com – New York Gift Show
http://www.enkshows.com - Fashion/accessory/ jewelry/shoe/baby shows
http://www.theabcshow.com – …
Ask The Entreprenette, Business, Sales, Sales Reps, Tradeshows, Wholesale »
So I hope you have had a chance to take a look at some of the Marts around the country that I posted about last week. I know speaking to reps might be a bit intimidating so I put together a list of questions you can freely ask (and they'd be expecting of you) so you can sound like the savvy Entreprenette that you are!
Some questions you can ask a sales rep:
What other lines do you represent?
What tradeshows do you attend?
Do you require that I attend them?
What commission do you …
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How do I implement simple SEO? Where do I put all the keywords? I am not really sure what the title tags and heading tags are exactly……ugh!
Thanks in advance,
Lisa Lehmann Studio Jewel
Again, I am reaching out to my friend Lauren about this…..I find this super fascinating and complicated but she makes it sound so easy! I especially love the tip about naming your images with keywords to help with SEO. This is what Lauren suggests doing yourself to get better SEO ranking in general.
Figuring out where to put keywords …
We currently sell mostly through Amazon and SkyMall, but have recently launched our own website. How do we increase our own website visibility? I have heard various tips on search engine optimization, but I am unclear as to what SEO really means and what I can do to have more of a presence on the web.
Thanks so much,
Jennifer The GLO Bag
I reached out to my friend Lauren to answer this as she is really the specialist! This is her simple DIY first baby step!
SEO is easier than you …
I would really appreciate some advice. I received an inquiry from the editor of a magazine to have my jewelry included in an editorial. I have a couple of questions:
1. My understanding is that this is not akin to an 'advertorial', which I would have to pay for – true?
2. Should I send all the jewelry they asked for, although they indicated it would not be returned?
I would truly appreciate your feedback as I am not sure what the standard procedure is for such magazines.
Lisa Studio Jewel