Drop shipping individual products or groups of products to your customers, employees, and prospects is possible.
- We can print your logo on the gift so that you can send it directly to each customer.
- Many gifts can be personalized with the name of the recipient!
- You can choose from a variety of products on our website to make a work-from home kit. Your logo will be printed on each item. Each kit will be assembled by us and shipped directly to each employee’s home.
Each project will have its own variables that affect the fulfillment cost, production time, and shipping costs.
We are happy to provide a quote for your project. Please call us.
Online orders can be placed. In the checkout, select “Dropship project, please contact us” as your shipping method. Before we start production, we will send you the details of your dropshipping project.
Wholesale Promotional Products – Promote with the Most Innovative Products on The Market
Promotional products are the best way to make a lasting impression on your target audience. Logo-branded pillows, towels, rugs, blankets, and so on. They are loved by people.
Market research has shown that consumers are more likely to remember a company whose promotional products they have received than any other type of advertising. JVI offers the best quality dropshipping promotional products!
ASI DISTRIBUTORS & MARKETERS
Without spending any money, we can help you expand your product line to existing customers. JVI offers over 100 items, including leggings for women, affordable pillows, headbands, and t-shirts.
PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS DROPSHIPPING WITHOUT MINIMUMS
No minimums and no additional charges, we can place your logo or complete design with unlimited colors. For more information about prices and customizations, please call us or contact our team.
What is the secret to it all?
Take care of the customer’s order from the front and prepare the graphic print. Then, place your order on our website.
Send the order to us once it is finalized. Some clients have their “Order Confirmed!” email set up so that they can CC us right away. This will allow us to get started as soon as the order is placed.
We will print your design and manufacture it. Then we’ll box it up with your branding, labelling, and ship it directly to you.
This service might be a good fit. Get in touch today!
Your strongest selling point is you. You are also your greatest enemy.
Your success in an industry with many competitors accessing the same products you do is dependent on your ability connect with clients. You must be able to build relationships, provide creative ideas and offer service that makes people’s lives easier. You thrive when things are going smoothly. Your sales will suffer if you get into a funk in your personal or professional life.
How can you remain motivated and energized in the face constant work and life challenges? This guide will help you. We’ll be sharing 21 tips that will help you feel great and overcome negativity.
Personal success is defined
If you don’t have a target, it’s impossible to hit one. You have to grab the bull’s eye, and aim. Knowing what you want is where success begins. Do some soul searching before you continue to work another day. What does success look like for you? What is your vision of success? These and other questions can be answered by writing down your answers. Next, create a plan to achieve your goals. Then, look at the details and create a plan for how you will achieve your goals. Sales quotas might be one goal, but your daughter might want to make it to dance class every Tuesday. Only one chance at life. You only get one life.
Embrace ObstaclesEverybody faces roadblocks along the way to their goals. Instead of dwelling on the reality, you can take action. Recognize that obstacles are part of everyday life. Next, plan ahead for what obstacles you might face and how to prepare. If you know that an order is completely customized, it’s possible there are design or factory problems. In the event of a product delay, it’s worth discussing with your supplier. It’s better than being stuck in a last-minute scramble drill. Reflect on the lessons learned from the experience, both good and bad, once you have cleared the hurdle.
Do you know the expression, “Two ears and one eye”? Take it all in your stride. It is common for salespeople to listen carefully and understand the needs of clients. This can often lead to commissions that are envy-worthy. So, work hard at being a great listener.
First, make eye contact. Jonathan Alpert, a Manhattan-based executive coach and psychotherapist, says that you shouldn’t look at someone dead in the eye because this could be perceived as too intense or intimidating. Instead, try looking slightly off to the right or left eye.
Next, ask open-ended, non-committal questions. Pay attention to the answers of clients and not think about how you will respond. Alpert suggests listening with empathy while the person speaks. To show that you are being listened to, put yourself in the shoes of the person and use phrases such as “yes” or “I understand” to make them feel comfortable. Avoid interrupting or jumping to conclusions.
When your kindergarten teacher demanded you sit straight, she was really doing you a favor. Numerous studies have proven that good posture has many benefits. These include improved breathing, stress relief, lower back/neck pain, memory function, and many other benefits. A straight, open back posture encourages confidence and power, which is a characteristic that prospects will feel.
Get rid of the Debbie Downers
We know what we are talking about: The perpetual whiners. These people look for the one thing in a otherwise blue sky. These energy vampires can take the color out your world. Avoid gossiping and complaining coworkers, or helicopter parents who love to gripe about the teeball coach. Be positive and surround yourself with people who make you smile and laugh.
“Don’t sell, serve”
Your thinking about sales should be reframed. Do not go to a meeting thinking that I can get this deal. Instead, think about how I can help this prospect succeed. This way you will be better prepared to execute a consultative strategy that places the client first. This often results in sales taking care of their own. Marilyn Suttle, a business coach and author, says, “Don’t Sell, Serve.”
Strengthen Your Strengths
Peter Vekselman is the owner of a rapidly-growing residential realty firm in Georgia. He knows a lot about sales success. His tips for boosting sales? He says, “Improve the skill you are most skilled at – cold-calling or dropshipping one-on-1, prospecting, networking and closing.” With a little effort and work, you can transform your strength from a 75-to-90. You can focus on the things you excel at and dropship more.
Take Daily Soul Time Off Your To Do List
Tom Ingrassia, motivational speaker and author believes that happiness in life makes it easier to help others. This is vital in today’s world where consultative sales can be challenging. Ingrassia suggests that you make time for soul-satisfying activities each day to maintain a happy, healthy state. Ingrassia, president and CEO of MotivAct Group, says, “Meditate, listen, walk, run/walk. Read, work in your yard, hide or dream.” “You will be able to clarify your goals and visualize the road map that will take you from where you are now to where you want it to be.”
Get up earlier
Set a goal to get out of bed by 5:30 a.m. and then use that time to exercise, meditate, or get a jump start on your work. You can minimize distractions from the outside world by rising early. You’ll feel energized by the sense of accomplishment you get from completing tasks early in the morning.
Don’t be selfish
Do random acts of kindness every day, help friends and colleagues in need, and consider volunteering your time for worthwhile causes. John Paul Engel, motivational speaker and lecturer in entrepreneurship for the University of Iowa JPEC program, says that when you feel low on motivation, it is best to help someone else. You’ll feel a boost of motivation immediately. “You’ll be able to see that you have the power and ability to help others.
Believe in what you do
Promotional products are a great way to promote your business. This is evident in the results that you have achieved for clients. These positives will inspire you and increase your confidence when prospecting. Marilyn Suttle, a business coach and author, says that dropshipping a product or service you believe is valuable takes the ‘take out’ of selling. You can’t help feeling inspired to make a difference with your work.
Make daily to-do lists
A list of tasks you must complete on a given day helps you stay on track and reduces anxiety. Write down all the tasks that you plan to complete, no matter what time it is, whether it’s the night before or the morning of. Prioritize by prioritizing, placing the most important tasks at the top of your list and focusing your efforts on them first. You may have to adjust to life and sometimes you will need to change your plans, but having a plan to guide you is a great way to be more productive and efficient.
Get Outside Your Comfort Zone
Are you a slow reader? You can challenge yourself to read three self improvement books before the Fourth. You are a couch potato? Set a daily goal to walk for a certain amount of time each morning. Are you a reality TV addict? Visit museums and galleries. This is the idea: Breaking out of your routine and getting outside of your comfort zone can help you see things differently and lead to new discoveries. It’s very energizing. It can help you develop as a person and make you more approachable, creative, and responsive to client needs while you are on the job.
Keep your feet on the ground, my friends
Properly hydrated can give you more energy, help you think clearly, and even reduce your cravings for snacking. “The ‘eight-glasses-a-day’ rule isn’t hard and fast, but it’s a nice benchmark to aim for,” says Julia Miller, a nutrition specialist and health coach at LifeDojo. Keep a water bottle with you when you travel and another one at your desk for emergencies.
Get more self-promotion
Execute savvy self-promotions that include merchandise featuring your branding to prove your marketing acumen and brand-building power.
You can create clever direct mail campaigns with new products that appeal to prospects or clients.
Don’t underestimate in-person self-promos, either. Kimble Bosworth (asi/491390), along with her team at Proforma Printelligence, fill Proforma-branded bags containing about $200 worth promotional products. These items represent the product categories they dropship. Bosworth and her colleagues take the “Random Bag of Ideas”, which they leave at different businesses, over the course of the year. This leads to many quote requests.
It’s a good idea to have a few branded items that you can hand out at any time. You can keep microfiber screen-cleaning towels in your car and give them away at networking events or social functions where prospects meet. The cloths will be appreciated by anyone with a smartphone.
Get it done now!
Procrastinating too often can lead to a career-ending lapse. Jonathan Alpert, executive coach, suggests that you break down large tasks and goals into smaller ones to conquer procrastination. Next, Alpert suggests that you create a realistic plan to accomplish what you need. Alpert says, “This will help to avoid feeling overwhelmed.”
Visualize the positive results that you will get by taking action. Alpert says, “Draw a line across the middle of a piece of paper.” On the left, write down how your life will change if you complete your tasks. You can also list what it would be like if you didn’t. This will give you powerfully motivating information.
Alpert believes language is important to our psyche. He says we should avoid phrases like ‘I can’t’ or ‘I must’ and instead replace them with I will do it now’ and/or ‘I choose this.’
Ask for more referrals
Everybody knows that you should ask for recommendations. How often do you ask for referrals?
You can be more consistent if you want to increase the number of referrals that you receive. If you have completed an order that pleased a client, you can ask him to refer another person who could benefit from your services and solutions. You can also encourage others to refer clients to you and to your network by being generous with them. You might also consider launching a referral incentive program to reward clients for introducing you to new customers. You can reward clients with gift cards or discounts on future orders. These incentives should lead to personal introductions. You’ll most likely waste your money if you do not offer personal introductions.
Expand Your Network
Join networking events and groups that allow you to meet entrepreneurs and people from all walks of life. David T. Fagan is author, speaker, and CEO of Icon Builder Media. To open doors for your business and yourself, use the momentum and increased exposure that these new connections provide to help you.
Yoga is growing in popularity. There are many reasons for this. There are many benefits to yoga, including increased flexibility, strength, and tone, as well as improved cardio health, energy and weight loss, and protection against injury. Not to be overlooked, yoga practitioners have recently spent more than $16 million on yoga-related products in one year. This means that you might meet professionals who you can use to become clients in yoga classes. Namaste.
Use LinkedIn to your advantage
You can certainly use the platform to network, stay in touch with clients, connect with prospects, and learn from other posts. LinkedIn is a great place to start a profile. Prospects will be looking at it. You want prospects to see you at your best. A well-lit, high-resolution headshot should be featured. In the summary section, share your values and highlight accomplishments. Get endorsements for others. Include testimonial videos. Write long-form posts or other content that is valuable to prospects and clients.
There is often little time to enjoy your successes because of daily demands. You can burnout if you keep juggling multiple tasks. Celebrate your achievements with joy, especially when you have achieved a high goal. Michael Annese, author and speaker of The Victory Cycle personal leadership development book, says that we need to be kind to ourselves every once in a while. It’s important that we have fun along the way.