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The Power of Confidence
My experience has taught me that people want to buy from sales people who are confident in their abilities. Taking control of the circumstances and situations around you will develop your self-confidence.
Maximize Sales and Minimize Returns with Learning Styles
In the day-to-day operation of an online business we can sometimes lose sight of what we want to achieve as opposed to how we actually go about achieving it. For us to achieve our goals of financial independence and time freedom we need to have customers.
4 Easy Ways to Boost Your Sales
Here are 4 easy ways you can boost your sales for little or no new expense ..
Grrr! Why Arent I Making SALES?!
Selling online can be very difficult, more difficult than in the 3D world because you do not get any personal contact with your customer. People cannot just browse like they do in a store, they cannot offer feedback, and it is hard to build and maintain trust throughout the entire online sales process.
Reaching Goals in Direct Sales
From surveys and experience, we've noticed many setting excellent goals for their business. We've also noticed that while the goals being set are good, the results aren't.
The Unmentioned KEY to Selling
PEOPLE DO BUSINESS WITH PEOPLE THEY KNOW, LIKE, & TRUST. PERIOD!See for yourself.
Successful Sales People Know Which Differentiators Matter
Know where to focus. Not everyone evaluates product solutions with the same decision criteria.
Build Rapport by Mirroring
Traditionally, salespeople look for something in the office that begs a question. For example, "Is that your sailfish on the wall?"How many times do you think that prospect has been asked that question? How often do you think the prospect hears a salesperson ask about the family portrait on the desk, last night's baseball game, etc.
Catapult Your Business-How to Get Customers to Chase You Instead of the Other Way Around
I was thinking about the statement:The Small Business Administration tells us that 80% of all small businesses will not make it more than 2 years, and by 5 years 90% will have gone out of business. If that is the case, then why does every business out there try to be like the others? Most copy everything right down to the way everyone else in the same industry lays out their office.
How to Achieve Sales Goals by Focusing on Activities
When I broke into sales in 1986, I read several books that talked about how important it was to set goals if you wanted to achieve success. I bought into the idea completely and started writing down extensive lists of goals that I expected to achieve, along with due dates for each goal.
Transforming Problems into Sales
My silent fish tank was no more. Enough water had evaporated to make the filter gurgle.
How Can A Smelly, Hissing Goose Teach You To Be A Business Leader?
In the 1990's we lived on a farm in Iowa. Since I grew up in the country, I thought I knew everything there was to know about country living.
Make More Sales By Creating How To Use It Product Updates
Do you have any idea what your customers have experienced from using the products they have purchased from you? Most of the vendors I work with make a sale and move on. They often don't bother investing much time improving the products they sell to their customers, much less develop ways to help them better understand how to use them.
Psychology of Converting a Prospect to Money
If you want a truly successful business, you need to take a close look at how Psychology can set you apart from the rest of your competition.Secrets of negotiatingRemember this: no matter how great your product or service, unless you can negotiate innovatively you'll never achieve the success that can be yours.
Evaluating Your Customer
It is one thing to make a sales presentation, but it is another thing to make a sales presentation without first evaluating your customer. For all you know, you could be selling your customer something that they already have, or something they don't want, don't need, or can't afford.
A Sale in 30 Seconds? Its all in the Greeting
It has been said that a customer makes a decision to buy within the first 30 seconds of their experience at a retail store. That means that as a salesperson, you must create an environment that is comfortable for your customer and conducive to making a sale, all within 30 seconds of their arrival.
Small Business Computer Consulting Freeloaders? and How to Avoid Them
If you've been in the small business computer consulting industry for more than 10 minutes, you've probably already encountered a fair amount of freeloaders.Regardless of whether you call these folks moochers, tightwads, cheapskates, tire-kickers, cherry-pickers, or time vampires, left unchecked these vultures can wreak financial and emotional havoc on virtually any small business computer consulting firm.
Sales and Closing Techniques
One essential criteria of being a successful salesperson is the ability to be able to close a sale effectively. You don't have to be a salesperson to do this, yet you do need to put at least some of your focus on sales to be successful, whether it is yourself doing the closing or are someone you hire.
Sales Closing: Dont Close Sales - Open Relationships to Achieve Multiple Sales
A lot is written and talked about in regard to closing sales and in the traditional wisdom of sales experts, "closing" is regarded as the vital skill that sales people need to be successful. I would like to share my experience about "closing" and tell you why I think focusing on closing the sale is actually a non productive and destructive activity and tell you what, in my experience, has proved to be a better selling strategy.
The Processionary Caterpillar Syndrome Costs You Sales?
Some years ago I read and interesting story that illustrated why many of the sales and service industry professionals that invest their time and money in my personal telephone coaching sessions ( http://www.TheSellingEdge.
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