[thelist] my #1 ecommerce sales tip

Steven Streight steven.streight at gmail.com
Tue Nov 28 14:57:15 CST 2006

Tim: It seems that web developers all echo your feeling, while marketing
people are, on my blog comments, liking the idea of immediate customer
contact, but very low key.

Recall, I say they must be Hot Prospects to register online. I rarely
register with any blog or site, unless I really want to interact or contact
the people there, to buy something or to learn more about a product or to
ask questions in a forum.

On 11/28/06, tim <tim at hyperlinkage.com> wrote:
> This depends entirely on the product.  If I register on a site that is
> selling £50k boats then, sure, I might expect a call.  If I register to
> buy a £10 DVD, then calling me will lose my custom.  In fact, I might
> even leave the site if I'm asked for my phone number without a specific
> promise (we'll only call if there's a problem).  I enjoy buying online
> specifically to avoid interfacing with salesmen - I just want the
> product to turn up at my door.
> Tim
> Steven Streight wrote:
> >
> http://vaspersthegrate.blogspot.com/2006/11/1-ecommerce-website-sales-tip.html
> >
> > Any suggestions on the best software provider to make this work?
> > Salesforce.com?
> >
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