Sell products or merchandise to stores by contacting the stores, researching what products would be required and working with the stores to develop a contract. Use the Internet to contact a variety of stores with tips from a business professor in this free video on business.
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Hi, my name is John Niemira and I want to talk to you briefly today about selling to stores on line. Selling to stores on line are a little bit different than reaching the public on line. We know where our market is, it's to the general merchandiser. We want to provide a service or a merchandise to that store that, that in return they are going to sell out to the market or to the general public. So, first of all we kind of know who our market is but we have to be able to reach that market. We know what we're going to provide them for a product, whatever your store is based on, either service or a product, we know what is going to go to them, it's just a matter of contacting them. Most stores, the easy part of this is that most stores already are on line, have websites, are in E directories, are not too hard to find. So it give you a little easier time of finding your base of your customer. So you want to get on line and do some research to find out what stores are selling the product or service that you provide. Now how do you reach them? A couple of different ways, the easiest way is on line of course, to go out in to chat rooms, directly to their store responding to emails that they have on their websites, responding to their websites directly or using E directories. For anymore information on this topic or any other business topic, you can contact me directly at my email, firstname.lastname@example.org.