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Phrases That Sell : The Ultimate Phrase Finder to Help You Promote Your Products, Services, and Ideas Paperback – June 11, 1998
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Edward Werz is the author of the very successful Letters That Sell and former executive vice president of Ascher-Gallant Publishing.
Sally Germain is editorial director for the Bureau for At-Risk Youth.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is the perfect companion. I can't imagine anyone who writes not finding this a gold mine of idea starters.
If you invest in this, get the ones that are updated and have current phrases.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Oh man... yessiree!
Just what I needed. I couldn't wait to get this book.I was not disappointed.
Phrases for any and every need.
As newbie this book has really helped me organize how to use certain words and phrases, I was always confused however I now have a guide and the dots are beginning to connect... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Wonderful resource! I use it frequently to figure out my keywords and titles for my online shop!Published 5 months ago by terri