1). How Do You Come Across In Sales? By : Ray Turnbull
It is very important when you are in any sales situation that you present yourself in a way that creates excitement, sincerity and believability.
2). Do You Have The Right Confidence To Make The Sale? By : Ray Turnbull
But be aware of the fools sense of confidence which plagues most salesmen, and that is the confidence which is based totally on bravado.
3). A Glimpse At How To Make Money On The Net By : Obinna Heche
The old door-to-door salesman normally sold just one or maybe two products. Even the fuller brush man had a limited product line with all items related to cleaning or grooming.
4). How Thinking Outside the Box Explodes Your Sales By : Daegan Smith
Have you ever believed when somebody told you that in order to succeed you must think outside the box? What is that box in the first place? What does it mean to think outside the box?
5). How to Generate New Sales Leads for Your Business By : Sarah Deak
Before landing that big sale, a business must first generate high quality leads. However, lead generation is a tricky procedure that requires research and one of the most precious business assets: time.
6). Loan Officer Marketing Ideas Learned From Cooking Popcorn By : Joe Pahl
This is an informative article about important marketing ideas loan officer can learn from cooking popcorn.
7). Loan Officer Success - Making Mega Bucks With Mortgage Leads By : Joe Pahl
An informative article on how loan officer can maximize their sales using mortgage leads.
8). Loan Officers: Using Word of Mouth Marketing To Generate Leads By : Joe Pahl
An informative article how how loan officers can effectively use word of mouth marketing to find business.
9). Tips on How To Be a Likeable Loan Officer By : Joe Pahl
A brief article on the importance of being a likeable loan officer.
10). Blogging Strategies for Loan Officers and Originators By : Joe Pahl
An informative article on how loan officers can use blogs to market their services.
11). Increase the Cash Value of your Patients By : Helmut Flasch
This topic is all about servicing the patients which you did get to the fullest so that they get all the services they need and you get the all money you deserve.
12). Sell your Way to Good Life By : Daegan Smith
As the old adage goes, ìLife is like a market where everything comes with a price.î
13). Tips for Better Sales By : Daegan Smith
Many people enter the sales business because it is the best way to earn money. You can profit higher especially when you know how to sell.
14). The Secret to Making Your Sales Copy Do All of the Selling For You By : Daegan Smith
Sales are such complex and multi-faceted areas of the economic industry that many people find hard to understand. In fact, there are many people, who are afraid of the concept of sales.
15). Does Cold Calling Really Work?: Three Ways to Know the Truth By : Daegan Smith
In this world of odds and ends, people know that they always have a choice. Whatever decisions they make, its consequences are their responsibilities.
16). Change Your Mindset and Thrive in Your Business This Year By : Bob Corcoran
Take a look at how you approach prospective clients with your demeanor, your marketing and your attitude
17). Ancillary Services don’t have to be a Hazard on the Road to Riches By : Bob Corcoran
How REALTORS® can promote ancillary services to the general public and systems REALTORS must set up to properly provide and promote these additional services, as well as integrate into their current realty services.
18). The Sales Training Series: Dealing With Sales Objections and Stalls By : Duane Sparks
Most salespeople think of “stalls” and “objections” as synonyms. Wrong. Stalls and objections are both things you may hear after you have asked for commitment, but an objection is a specific reason not to buy. In a stall—“I need to think about it”—the customer offers no particular reason for hesitating.
19). Harnessing Your Inner Used Car Salesman By : Dana Wallert
The highest achievers in sales often are those who have mastered tight rope walking. Now, of course, I don’t mean literally tight rope walking! However, the best salespeople are those who can reach the perfect balance between empathy and genuine interest in the customer and having that killer instinct.
20). Sales and Neurological Levels By : Patrick Porter
You will learn how to use the neurological level model to organize your sales presentation. Helping you to understand what is happening when you are in or out of rapport and how to close the sale.
21). How to sell more on eBay by studying your competitors By : Paul Duxbury
Watching your Competitors strategies for success to maximise your sales on eBay
22). eBay auction pricing strategies that really work! By : Paul Duxbury
How to price your auctions for greater success
23). The Sales Training Series: Sell By Agreeing On At Least 3 Needs By : Duane Sparks
Salespeople know that they’re supposed to sell to the customer’s needs. Here is the classic—and tragically wrong—way they usually learn to do it: Uncover the first need. Begin a product presentation, covering features and benefits, and then attempt to uncover another need and then give more product talk, etc.
24). Your 30-Second Commercial and What To Say Next By : Donna Davis
Do you have an interesting 30-second commercial that prompts someone to ask you more about your business? After the 30-second commercial, what do you say next? What do you definitely not want to do? Follow these pointers and enjoy getting more people asking YOU questions about your business.
25). How To Increase Personal Trainer Sales By : Tom Perkins
Learn tips that will increase your personal trainer sales.
26). Sell Anyone Anything By : Randy Siegel
Who we are speaks much louder than what we have to say, for what really sells people on anything is the authenticity of the presenter. Audiences are attracted to authenticity. The more comfortable we are, the more compelling we become. This article examines how being real can help us sell anything to anyone.
27). Direct Mail Post Cards; Saving Time While Making Money By : Lanard Perry
There are important elements of direct mail campaigns that you must include in order to get the most out of your marketing efforts. For example: keep copy simple, direct, short and to the point. Also, use words that motivate. Another element is bold headlines. Grab the reader’s attention and make them at least think about your advertisement.
28). 12 Great Reasons to Know Your Target Market By : Greg Beverly
Knowing your target market can mean thousands of dollars in sales!
29). How to Stop Playing Phone Tag and Close More Sales By : Greg Beverly
Few things can be more frustrating for the sales professional than the proverbial game of phone tag with prospects. You have the power to stop this game. Take control of your sales process and banish phone tag from your routine forever!
30). Do You Hate (or Maybe Dislike) Selling? By : Alan Boyer
The reason most people hate, or dislike, selling is that they already have a bad perception of a salesman. Therefore, they are afraid they will be perceived as taking advantage of their customers. This can frequently cause people to not get out there to sell, or at least slow down salespeople.
When you can change that perception to "being the answerman, being the helper" not only will it feel comfortable, but you will see your sales go through the roof.
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