Started by FoxMurderer, April 14, 2017, 03:26:44 PM
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Quote from: FoxMurderer on April 19, 2017, 12:05:02 PMAlso, your saying I should get into the product of the team and promote them before I'm on the team and pictures? I can easily do that just need to know if that's what I need to do...ThanksSent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Quote from: Smallie_Stalker on April 21, 2017, 04:11:01 PMIn a nutshell what I am saying is what baits do YOU use? Why? If you have a Facebook page talk about them on there. Why you like them better than anything else out there. If you have a Twitter account, same thing. Show Pictures or You Tube videos of catches on those lures, preferably with the lure still in the fish's mouth. Give a little detail as to why you think that particular bait worked when similar baits wouldn't. If you fish a tournament post pictures or video. See where I'm going here? Believe in a product first. Then share with people why you believe in that product versus a similar one from another company. And SHOW them them that it works for you through your pictures and videos.If someone asks you a question about the product have as much info. about it as you can and be ready to answer their questions. But stay honest. If you don't know the answer say, I'm not sure about that but I can find out for you, then follow through.Do these things and after a while you will have something to put on a resume to show to that company. In today's digital world social media is a very powerful tool for promotion - both of a product you use because you believe in it and in promoting yourself. Most companies are going to want the URLs to all of your social media accounts so they can see if what you are telling them matches up with real world experience.