Tag: sales improvement

Are You as Productive as You Think You Are?

Would you say your daily work routine is productive? Whether you have your doubts or you want to learn what you could be doing better, Selling Power editors say that there are four ways that productive salespeople tend to spend their time.

Are You Unknowingly Giving Your Prospects Negative Attention?

Too many salespeople aren’t engaging their prospects and giving them the positive attention they need in order to be motivated into a sale. If you’re asking yourself how a salesperson could be giving negative attention to someone they’re trying to sell to, here’s some enlightenment that Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall provide in their SellingPower article.

Are You Sabotaging Your Sales with too many Buying Options?

What’s easier to choose between: two meal options or five? No matter what it is you need to choose from, the process is always easier with fewer options.

5 Ways to Better Your Communication with Your Clients

Building trust and business relationships, as well as being able to effectively showcase your products and/or services boil down to one thing: excelling at communication with your clients.

Is the Way You're Speaking Killing Your Sales Pitch?

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.

Three Common Mistakes You Need to Avoid to Increase Sales

You may know your products/services backward and forward, but if you're making these three sales mistakes, you may be sabotaging your sale.

3 Tips to Help You Close That Sale

Meeting with a potential client soon? Here are three quick tips to keep in mind to help you close your next sale.

It's Time to Evaluate Your Time Management

If you're ever caught in a sales slump, and you can't seem to find a way out, there may be a factor you're not considering: Your time management. Reps can be so preoccupied with what they're selling and to whom that they don't take into account the "when."