Everyone makes mistakes. And, yes, an apology should be the first thing your client hears from you after such an occurrence. However, if you keep apologizing after that point, it will prolong the issue and potentially make it seem worse to the client than it ever really was.
Tag: sales success
Kelsey Billings (Baker) recognized when she started her new role as an Account Executive for Florida Today that she had to utilize all the sales tools available to succeed in her new role. Luckily, the recent college graduate had done her homework and enlisted the help of AdMall.
Haley Smith had only been using AdMall for a few months since starting work at KMBC-TV, Kansas City, when she did what any good account executive would do: she put her head to the grindstone and started making calls.
Doug Gibson was tasked with working with an RV dealership to come up with an effective marketing campaign, but with the knowledge that the family-owned and operated business had never once bought advertising.
There’s a lot that can go wrong over the course of your sales pitch. Your own speaking habits make up one of those factors. Here’s how not to drive clients away using only your voice.
You may know your products/services backward and forward, but if you’re making these three sales mistakes, you may be sabotaging your sale.
Meeting with a potential client soon? Here are three quick tips to keep in mind to help you close your next sale.
When making a decision, we often come up with a few options and compare them to see which we’d rather choose. Your potential clients’ processes are likely the same.
Prepping before making a sale is the difference between success and utter failure. Here are some aspects you should review before your next pitch.
Tiffany Coates, a multi-media sales executive for McDowell News, saw an opportunity with a growing business in her community of Marion, NC. She knew a local funeral director had been working out of another funeral home in another county while waiting on his own to be built.