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||Wednesday, May 9, 2007
Let Me Tell You Why
Honesty may be the best buying policy out there, according to a copywriting guru. Yanik Silver, notoriously known for his brash outbursts, shares with readers at Healthy Wealthy-n-Wise copywriting secrets that are shown to increase sales.
Giving the customer a good reason why they should buy your products increases their likelihood to make that purchase, Silver reveals.
story from HealthyWealthyNWise.com
Follow the Market
Know your market by staying abreast of any trends or
cultural changes that will affect it. A key element
to sale success lies in being flexible and adapting
easily and quickly to change. Customer surveys and up-to-date
reports can keep your focus in line with what your target
reasons a person excels in sales varies. For some, it
is their persistence and passion, for others it is knowledge
and determination. Whatever it is that drives you might
be enough to take you to the top rungs of your company.
Usually it is a balanced combination of skills, passion
and habits that salespeople acquire over time that take
them to the top.
Harvey Mackay shares with readers at TimesUnion.com
the skills sales managers believe their employees should
possess in order to be hired.
story from the TimesUnion.com
Knowledge is Power
added-value in your sales relationships you need to
understand your clients business and go beyond the knowledge
of just your products. If you can display the knowledge
of an “expert” in the trade you are in, it adds value
to your products.
John Morgan, sales rep and columnist, shares with readers
at Kitchen & Bath Design News an interesting
story of how expanding his knowledge benefits his clients
and puts him in the position of an expert.
story from Kitchen & Bath Design News
2 , 2007
Get a Bullseye
who fits into your target market is the first step to
seeking out a sale. There is an automated approach to
do just that now available from an Arkansas technology
company. Companies benefit by its "on-demand targeting"
which eliminates housesholds that are unlikely to respond
to direct marketing campaigns.
a customer relationship management program ensures that
customers are not forgotten. Sophisticated programs
are now available to keep you organized; they can send
out special notices, follow up letters and general correspondence
to keep you top of mind for your customers.
Here's a Web-based techology that can do just that for
leads properly can maximize sales. The only way to maximize
your efforts when using leads is to use a lead management
system that tracks the arrival of, the process and the
follow-up of that lead.
A West Coast software firm familiar with the mortgage
industry has created a program that can manage your
mortgage leads pipeline and keep the communication lines
open with your clients -- all while enhancing your sales
read hundreds more
sales stories in archived blog entries
Paula Parisot reports news and reviews sales books for MortgageDaily.com.
by Paula Parisot
Email Paula at: PaulaParisot@CloserBlog.com
News By: MortgageDaily.com