Dear Jeff (not Sloan),
Thanks for your great suggestions! I will try the art web sites too!
To Jeff and others who can help me,
I have contacted a couple of art website companies and briefly told them about my product. One art company is interested and asked me to give them a sample for testing and evaluation. They also said, "send ALL information regarding purchasing etc..."
Since I am new at this, can anyone tell me what other information I should include besides the features and benefits of the product?
As for the pricing, what is the usual format of pricing? Can anybody show me a sample of a pricing sheet? Do I need to break it down into quantities?
How many samples do I send? If I have 4 sizes, do I send all 4 sizes?
When they said, "send ALL information regarding purchasing etc..." - What is the "etc." part?
I really need some help and guidance because I have no experience at all.
I really don`t want to mess up my first opportunity!
Thanks so much in advance for your help!
We have heard good things about the Simply Barcodes. I`ve recommended them to our clients for some time now. They are not the absolute cheapest out there but they are quick and easy to work with.
GS1 is insanely expensive unless you`re coming out with a huge pile of different products.
I hope this helps.
Many catalogs and retailers puchase from established sales reps or rep organizations rather than individuals. I launched a new product to market after creating sales sheets and posting them into the different buyers...the fact is, buyers are inundated with this material and samples...so they often purchase from people they know and trust.
Its free. Thanks