Wish i could say it's a shame....but he annoyed me....
Where have you seen anyone say he wasn't good at what he did? It's one thing to recognize that; it's something altogether different to imply that he didn't annoy probably 90% of the people who had his commercials inflicted on them. Whether they went and bought the product or not.Apparently you do not understand the greatness of Billy Mays!
he was a modern day snake oil salesman.
the folks that bought those products would have bought them if Helen Keller was the pitchman/girl
Uhhh... Yeah.... Next time I'm selling a drywall, or retexture job to a customer maybe I should scream in their face and yell things like "AMAZING!!!!" and "BUT WAIT THERES MORE". And totally make myself sound better than I really am so they can be dissapointed later.Apparently you do not understand the greatness of Billy Mays! At times it's best to keep your mouth shut and open your ears and listen and learn from one of the best in the business.
If you could learn 1/10th of how to sell your product or services you would be rich also like Billy was.
He understood how to market a product. There are people and companies that stood in line for years to have them pitch there products. So instead of making fun of him why not learn from him.
When you read so many of the post in the forum here and everyone asking how to market there company and he was on the TV all this time. But no one takes time to ask how can I make this work for my company?
Instead it's easier to whine about why you can't sell in this economy.
Billy May's made the world a better place, one client at a time!:notworthy