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We saw this a while ago, but here tis again:
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Why Bed and Breakfasts need to have an elevator speech. | Chefforfeng's Weblog http://bit.ly/uQEJMq[/h2]
 

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I like to call it my 30-60 sec. commercial. If you only have 30-60 sec. to get your message out, what would you say? When we did a radio ad a few years ago (don't recommend this BTW), we were asked to provide 5-10 bullet items for them to work with, most important to least. So write down 1-3 word bullets then see how you can best get these in your 30 sec commercial, sometimes that is all the time you have!
 

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Passion is the key. I can tell the other person that I have blah blah blah but if it's gotten to the point of being something I say rather than something I feel it's just another pitch.
 

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Yes, part of salesmanship is being a good actor! Giving a fresh delivery each time you repeat lines you've said 500 times before.
 

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Yes, part of salesmanship is being a good actor! Giving a fresh delivery each time you repeat lines you've said 500 times before..
Arkansawyer said:
Yes, part of salesmanship is being a good actor! Giving a fresh delivery each time you repeat lines you've said 500 times before.
You're so right! Sometimes after a check-in, my DH will say I really should get an academy award! LOL
 

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