“No Soliciting”

I spent some time knocking on doors yesterday. Saw a lot of these signs.

In my opinion, “No Soliciting” signs are meant for door–to–door type of salespersons who canvass an area trying to sell commodities such as handbags, perfume, wall hangings, etc. I am offering a service, not selling a product. Truthfully, I’m not trying to sell anything on the spot, rather, gathering information to hopefully establish a relationship and build trust.

Are you out there knocking on doors? What are your thoughts on “No Soliciting” signs for B2B sales?

-JK

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About Jim Kinmartin - Business Insurance & Risk Management Broker

Jim is a California licensed Property & Casualty AND Accident & Health insurance agent working at the ISU - Olson Duncan Insurance brokerage in Torrance, CA. He grew up in Fullerton, CA and graduated from Servite High School in Anaheim and Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and currently lives in Long Beach, CA. Have questions? Just ask! Or, follow Jim on Twitter at @JimKinmartin

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