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Don’t make a demo in the hope that your customer will eventually see something of interest. Inexperienced salespeople often inflict these demos on their customers as a replacement for doing their homework.
When putting on any sort of demonstration for viewers, it is very important that you not only make it packed full of useful information but that it is also interesting and not drawn out at the same time. The last thing you want to see when turning on the lights at the end of your demo is everyone sleeping. So I have put together a short list of thing’s to avoid during your demos.
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