6 Steps of Street Smart Retail Sales

6 Steps of Street Smart Retail Sales: Fun informative simple and unique in approach for entry level and seasoned professional retail salespersons with illustrations, motivational poems and quotes.

Based on 30 years personal experiences in many levels of retail sales has sold multimillions of dollars in fine art originals, limited editions plus millions with specialty merchandise sales promotions  through consolidated and federated chains in Europe-United States. The content identifies how to create a positive *Mindset by retail salespersons letting go of the *Fear of rejection from prospective customers by giving an *Oscar Winning retail sales presentation script process performance.

Addressing The Pact between 2 prospects not to purchase merchandise even though affordable and enjoyable with the famous I’ll be back- Be Back Bus * 95%  time money other 5%  retail salesperson presented wrong merchandise-plus. The importance from the initial opening greeting to final retail sale closing A.B.C = Always be closing*Evelope with Z to A powerful Mindset and maintaining a healthy lifestyle through food and regular fun exercise habits. The role the gender plays, dose one have an advantage in the strength and weakness*Set realistic set goals for being Top producer-High achiever-Champion closing retail sales for commission bonus.


The Small Business Human Resource Bible

The Small Business Human Resource Bible is filled with tools, tips, thoughtful stories to guide the small business owner through the maze of people and legal issues from recruiting those "Rock Star" employees, retaining the best employees to terminating the "dead beat" employees.

Internet Marketing for Business Answers - Small Business Expert Interviews


“Every small business owner needs to read this book. I learned about 10+ different things that can help me do better marketing for my business today. And Jim’s interview style really makes it feel like two friends are just talking, so it's an easy read as well. I enjoyed the free audio files too”. – Roger S.

"Jim gave me a copy of this book, and I immediately dove in. I love it. Stop reading this right now and buy the book. You won't regret it." - Josh G.

"Jim Kukral's book, "Internet Marketing for Business Answers", is a buffet of knowledge from top industry leaders with a combined 150 years of marketing experience. Readers can fill their plates with the juiciest tips, tricks and proven strategies to achieve more sales, more leads and ultimately make more money." - Karen M.

"Internet Marketing for Business Answers is a modern day Toolkit for Entrepreneurs. Jim Kukral is equipping us with a swiss army knife, loaded with incredibly useful takeaways, and bite size ideas that we can run with and implement in our businesses and on our websites and blogs. Jim brings to life some of the best people in the business world in the form of interviews, zoning in on each of their strengths, so that you can gain incredible insight into their areas of expertise. Each interview brings new perspective and business angles from new and refreshing viewpoints. If you are thinking of starting a business, or struggling to jump start your business in today's world, Internet Marketing for Business Answers is a fully charged battery to get your business engine cranking." - Jason S.

"Jim's book is full of interviews from industry leaders and is full of great information about building a business and using different ways to promote it. It really is a book you will take more then a few ideas from, I know I have. This book is full of information on many subjects that all inter wind with building a business and being successful." - Vinny O.

About the book

The absolute best way to learn how to grow a successful business is to pay attention to how the experts have done it before you. Internet Marketing for Business Answers, the Small Business Expert Interviews edition puts you into a private one-on-one session with over 16 of the most successful business owners and entrepreneurs on the Web.

Get a free copy of the audio book by visiting

Who is this book for?

  • You should read this book because it will help you generate more sales and leads
  • You should read this book because it will help you learn how to get more publicity for your brand
  • You should read this book because the people interviewed in this book have collectively over 150-years of experience dominating their industry and niche

And here’s the BIG reason. You should read this book because after you read it, you’re going to be excited, energized, amazed, and ready to run through a brick wall to implement the strategies and techniques and lessons you will have learned. Here’s a tip: Put your helmet on first. Those bricks are tough!

What’s in the book?

This book truly covers the vast expanse of Internet marketing from start to finish. The topics you will read and learn about include:

  • Word of mouth marketing
  • Customer service success secrets
  • Web broadcasting & podcasting techniques
  • Motivational & entrepreneurial startup tips
  • Book authoring & professional speaking tips
  • Niche publishing business case studies
  • Search engine marketing tactics
  • Business branding & tagline techniques
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Landing page optimization
  • Usability testing
  • Public relations
  • Pay per click strategies
  • Viral marketing techniques
  • Web video production & promotion
  • Sales & marketing success & case studies
  • Website copy writing & design
  • Much more

And remember, these business-changing tips and lessons are delivered to you from the mindset of a small business owner to the small business owner (you). Everything you will learn in this book is something you can take back to the office today and implement tomorrow, with minimal cost. And who doesn’t want that?

Meet the Experts

  • John Dijulius, CEO, The Dijulius Group
  • Andy Sernovitz, CEO, GasPedal
  • Shawn Collins, Co-Founder, Affiliate Summit
  • David Courvoisier, CEO,
  • Gary Vaynerchuk, Founder, Wine Library TV
  • Guy Kawasaki, Managing Director, Garage Technology Ventures
  • Justin Levy, Citrix Communications
  • Kevin Gianni, Founder,
  • Penny Sansevieri, Founder, Author Marketing Experts, Inc.
  • Rocky Cipriano, President, Insight Marketing
  • Dan Neely, Founder and CEO, Networked Insights
  • Susan Payton, Managing Partner, Egg Marketing & Communications
  • Tim Ash, President,
  • Jeremy Palmer, Founder,
  • Tim Carter, Founder,
  • Wil Reynolds, CEO, Seer Interactive
  • Steve Hall, Owner, Adrants
  • Matthew Ray Scott
  • George Wright, Director of Global Sales & Marketing, Blendtec

Google Plus For Business Book

Preparing for Google+ (plus) for Business Now

 This summer, Goolge rolled out Google+, and now there are more than 25 million registered Google+ users. As marketers, brand managers and social media professionals, we all understand the need to engage with Google+. While we need to wait to create business or branded accounts until the launch of the official Google+ for Business version, this window of time is ideal for preparing to hit the ground running when it does launch.

What can you do now?

  1. Delegate. Who is in charge of Google+ for Business at your company? Assign someone. If you’re on the marketing or social media team, how ready are you to start using it if it debuts tomorrow? How does your current social media policy apply to Google+? Yes, it’s true that we don’t know what the specific features will be, but that does not mean you shouldn’t be planning for it.
  2. Gather Profile Materials. You know that you will need a profile photo, a bio description, links to websites and blogs, etc. Gather the materials and get them approved before Google springs the launch of Google+ for Business on us.
  3. Content. What kind of content will you be sharing the first week? Who will be responsible for updating it. What kind of voice will it be? Having these things ready can mean the difference between setting up your Google+ Business profile the first day you can instead of a week later.
  4. Get Fluent. You can’t use a Business profile yet, but you can use your individual account and understand the nuances, advantages and challenges of Google+. The more you use it, the more you’ll understand how other people use it when you are creating a strategy for your business or brand page.
  5. Build a Following. You can’t create a business or brand account right now, but you can start letting people know that you will have one. Create a sign-up page or form on your website where people can give you their email address. Mention it in your email newsletter or any other outgoing business communication. When your branded account launches, let them know.

There are plenty more tips and things to think about to start using Google+ for business now in our Book, Google+ for Business. It’s a practical guide to understanding the benefits of Google+, how to get set up, and what you in  order to start using it now for your business.

If you are using Google+ already, please let me know your thoughts at

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