Asking the Right Questions - Secrets of Power Negotiating and Sales Techniques for Sales People: Salary Negotiation, Asking Right Questions, Negotiate to Win, Negotiation Skills, Ask Questions by Allan GreenYou will learn how to probe a customers needs and turn them into a powerful tool for helping them decide to make the right decision getting your product.
Each and every salesman is unique most of the time, they develop their own strategies that are tailor-fit for their niche. However, some people create strategies that are noticeably less successful than others. In the world of consultative selling, a failed strategy weak rapport, improper impression, incomplete probing could easily result in a failed sale. There are also those who bank on simple product knowledge, drawing on their ability to spew out the product specifications at a moments notice. This and other wrong moves would not fare well and could easily get one trampled by other salesmen with better pitches.
One difficulty is that there is no real handbook to consultative selling until this came along. With this book, we are helping you get a good grip of the ropes of this trade, making sure that you are properly equipped with a winning mindset and a penetrating spiel that will appeal to customers both from above and below the ranks.
I provide the guide in this book you make the sale and the profit!
The Answer Is Always "NO" Until You Ask For The Sale
At business conferences I speak at, I often get asked, " If you had just five techniques you could use to improve a sales process, what five techniques would you use more than any other? Well here is my answer. This list holds my 5 favorite sales techniques has been proven over the past 20 years of my selling career in various business I've owned from selling products to services; from business to consumer sales to business to business sales; from short sales cycles of less than 24 hours to long sales cycles of 24 months. They flat out work. Magnify the pain and make the cost real, present, and unbearable.
Many sales professionals either try to learn too many closing techniques or never learn any. Those that learn too many are often confused when deciding which closing technique they should use and usually employ the wrong technique. There are many ways to close a sale , and each technique has its own value and "time and place" to be most effective. But for the confused sales professional or those new to sales, knowing one closing technique, and mastering it, might be all that is truly needed. The one error that many sales professionals make is giving up too soon. The average sale takes 3 to 5 closing attempts before the deal is done.
Written by Sean McPheat. So let us look at a few more direct and clear ways to ask for the sale that will help you make more money. There are not too many ways to be more direct when closing than to ask to prospect to put their signature on the order form or contract. Though many sales people use this method to ask for the order, often they do so with little conviction and strength. Verify order details or logistics by giving the prospect two options, but you have to do it with an assumptive attitude. You have to believe that you are merely verifying the details, or it comes across as a con and the prospect will feel as if you are trying to manipulate them. Give the prospect the alternative of choice between two buying or logistical options.
All good sales reps understand how to close the deal.
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