Vender fantasmas sí es buen negocio
Suena descabellado pero vender fantasmas es negocio, y muy bueno; como lo ha comprobado Mary Anderson de Indiana al conseguir vender el fantasma de su Papá en eBay por módicos $65,000 Dólares en 2004.
Ésto demuestra que puedes vender lo que sea. Pero siempre y cuando tengas una buena historia que contar. A esto le llamamos aquí “sales Pitch” , Discurso de venta o Argumento vendedor.
O sea que ya sabes….preparate bien y Vende lo que sea
La hisotria en cuestión es algo que empezó como una audaz estrategia para tranquilizar a un niño asustado de 6 años, Collin, y siendo él mismo quien sugirió venderlo en eBay para deshacerse de la prescencia de su Abuelo en la casa donde murió. Su madre no esperaba conseguir más de un dólar si ofrecía semejante producto. Pero gracias a las estrictas reglas de ebay que no permiten vender intangibles, se tuvo que incluir el bastón del Abuelo como objeto representativo y real del contrato de compraventa.
Pronto le ofrecieron hasta 4 mil dólares, lo cual fue una gran sorpresa, pero cuando un casino ofreció esa estratosférica suma se conviertieron en los vendores más efectivos de Indiana. no dejes de ver esta entrevista del noticiero en line de MSNbc.com
La historia original en inglés:
My 8 year old son believes the ghost of my father haunts our house (which was once my fathers house) My son knows I sell on ebay and asked me to put my dads ghost up for auction. Since he wants to make sure someone gets the ghost he wants me to put his cane up so he goes with it.
Ever since my father died my 8 year old son has been afraid to go anywhere in the house alone whether it be day or night! I always thought it was just normal kid fears until a few months ago he told me why he was so scared. He told me “Grandpa died here, and he was mean. His ghost is still around here!” He then brought up the couple of times my dad tapped him with his cane and how mean his grandpa looked when he yelled at him. so up for auction is my dad’s ghost along with his cane he used for getting around and hurt my 5 year olds feelings with.
Here’s the story,
My father was diagnosed with Lung Cancer in May of 2003 and I was in charge of helping him battle it. He had been sick long before finding out why which made it even more difficult since the Cancer had taken over most of his right lung and his weight was down to 95 lbs. He hid this fact well by wearing bulky clothes so we had no clue how sick he was.
When my dad became frustrated and my youngest child irritated him he would yell at my son, A couple of times my dad tapped him on the butt with his cane that he used to get around. It didn’t hurt my son but it hurt his feelings.
After my father was operated on and spend a month with up’s and downs in the hospital I took him home. I moved my family into his house so I could take care of him and get him well again. Well, He died on me a month after coming home. In his bedroom (which is now my & my husbands bedroom) peacefully while he slept.
Since this is the house I grew up in and my mother has Alzheimer’s and didn’t have a lot of money to fall back on I decided we would buy the house.
So that’s the story. I promise you he’s not a meanie like my son thinks but it’s hard to tell that to a 8 year old when all he remembers is the bad things. My dad was the sweetest most caring man you’d ever meet.”
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