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Bulk Book Sales: Smile Books Make Memorable Gifts

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Bulk book sales are the perfect way to purchase a memorable gift to give your clients, prospects, or employees, and to get the books at a very affordable price.

Learn how you can purchase my award-winning book Smile: Sell More with Amazing Customer Service in bulk by clicking here.

Here are just some of the ways you can use gift books:

  • Give away at your events, tradeshows, or annual company sales meeting.
  • Provide as a gift to your employees to improve their customer service and sales skills, and increase employee productivity, performance, loyalty, and your bottom line.
  • Donate to schools to help students and build relationships.
  • Use as an incentive to get customers to sign up for your new program (open up a checking account at your bank or credit union, etc.).
  • Provide to new customers (banks, credit unions, etc.).
  • Provide to new members (perfect for nonprofits).
  • Mail or hand to prospects to deepen your relationship.
  • Company or employee book clubs.
  • Use as a thank you gift to thank current customers to help them remember you.
  • Provide books as a premium when customers purchase your product.
  • Onboarding new employees.
  • Offer at a discount to consumers (consumers can send in the product UPC).

Bulk book sales are a smart and effective way for your company to purchase gifts that customers and prospects will remember. People feel complimented when given a book. Nobody feels complimented when given a promotional item like a cheap pen, can cooler, or mouse pad.

Learn more about how books make great gifts in the article in Inc. Magazine, “What Are the 9 Best Types of Gifts to Give Your Customers?

Kirt Manecke’s award-winning crash course books Smile: Sell More with Amazing Customer Service-The Essential 60-Minute Crash Course and Smile & Succeed for Teens: Must-Know People Skills for Today’s Wired World make ideal gifts. Learn more about buying Kirt’s books in bulk on his website.

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