Tag: sales

Do These 5 Things During Every First Sales Meeting

If you think about it, a first sales conversation is a lot like a first date. You don’t know the other person that well, there’s some anxiety involved, and you hope to make a connection. And, just like during a first date, the conversation is vital.

Prospect Work With a Competitor? These Questions Could Change Their Mind

“Sorry, we currently work with…” Sound familiar? It’s a common response prospects give when salespeople call on them. The thing is, this isn’t the roadblock you may think it is.

Ask These Questions to Uncover Pain Points

Sales reps know that ideal prospects have the money and authority to buy. But, there’s something else that actually trumps those two things. Think you can guess what it is?

Are You in Charge of Your Life?

“You need to be the CEO of your life.” That was the message from Kelly Mooney, businesswoman, author, and professional speaker, delivered during the Women in Digital Conference last week in Columbus, Ohio.

How to Say “No” and Get Away With It

For so long, we were told that being a “yes man” would get us ahead professionally. We were told that saying “no” makes one seem like less of a team player, less of a people-pleaser, and less willing to do what it takes to win.

What You Need To Know To Get Your Sales Calls Answered

Calls are the most direct way to reach a prospect. And, even if you get sent to voicemail, you know your message will be heard. But, just like everything in sales, though, there is an art to the phone call.

What NOT To Do In Sales

Sales articles typically dole out “to-do” tips to reps hoping to close more deals. But, what should reps NOT do if they want to make sales?

Digital Audit Convinces Oncology Advertiser to Switch Vendors for $95,000 Sale

“My favorite thing about AdMall is that it only takes about a minute to pull a report. The information that I get from the report hands down gives me all […] I need to start a conversation about a client’s digital marketing,” said Burgess. “It leads to a deeper conversation that allows me to discover the pain points of their current situation and the selling points that I need to focus on.”

Facing A Failed Deal? Don’t Say This!

“Thank you for your consideration.” These words are the typical polite response to a prospect turning down your deal. Often reps use this phrase as a farewell before walking away from a lost deal. But, it’s actually something you shouldn’t say.

Need More Referrals? Read This!

Are you making the most of your network? If you aren’t bringing in referrals often, then maybe you aren’t using your network to its full potential.

Media Consultant Revs Up For Massive $86,400 Sale

Erica Costa, a strategic media consultant for Excelerate Digital, had to find a creative way to help a local big-name motorcycle dealership. While the business had done well in the past, it was now facing a new reality in which its primary consumer base was aging out of the two-wheel market.

Two Phrases That Can Help You Close More Deals

In sales, wording can mean the difference between closing a sale or walking away disappointed. Language plays a big role in success, and not just because of its subtle influence over buyers. Saying the right thing also lends confidence to the seller, and we all know confidence is a major key to closing.

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