Nov. 16, 2011
-- Search engines provide no rapport building techniques and do not offer a complete list of industry businesses that may be beneficial in our search. Many times search engines provide us with the companies with top advertising dollars or with information that is unorganized and outdated. We have to dig and dig to extract an array of access links and information we are looking for.
"Virtual trade show provides a grassroots search engines creation for community and industry professionals"
, say Louis Godin Virtual Event Planner for AreaTradeShows.com and http://www.WebEventPlanner.com, "who better to organize a search engine then a community or industry professional. Someone that knows the local area or industry and can recommend professional within the community or profession. The key to business success is thinking outside the box, doing what everyone else is doing does not make you stand out as a business professional. Today's virtual marketing and advertising offer no personal attention or customer service to help build rapport, which the internet so easily allows us to do."
Today's virtual marketing and advertising options offers little personal attention or customer service. AreaTradeShows.com and WebEventPlanner.com adds that little personal touch of "Sales 101" (customer service, rapport, and education) to all its virtual events.
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About the Author: Louis has provides free Internet Networking Tool Development Solutions, Consulting and Training based on 18 years of management, sales and customer service experience in the hotel, travel and event planning industries and 10 years of Internet Marketing Research and Development. Now provides all industry sales professionals with free custom networking and marketing virtual events that are tangible resource networking tools.