How To Turn Your Worst Customers Into Your Best Ones

reference selling tipsOften times in sales, you inherit an exceptionally challenging customer that had a bad experience with your company, and therefore refuses to do any new business with you. Usually, 20% of your customers will generate 80% of your revenue, so your natural tendency is to focus your time and energy on your best customers; to keep them, nourish them, and encourage them to keep buying more from you. That’s great. Continue reading “How To Turn Your Worst Customers Into Your Best Ones”

Increase Your Sales Performance With Better Forecasting Accuracy

sales and selling strategiesMany sales people struggle with accurately forecasting and ultimately closing their deals and many times never find out the reason why they failed. There are plenty of reasons why some deals will never close, and because some sales reps do not effectively qualify their opportunities, they continue to waste precious time. Continue reading “Increase Your Sales Performance With Better Forecasting Accuracy”

The True Secret to Successful Selling

Probably the most important and fundamental element for virtually every sales professional, is to understand the priorities their customer has. Priorities in virtually any company typically relate to the business drivers and corporate strategy established by the executive management team, the chief executive officer, or even the board of directors.
Those priorities trickle down throughout the company into departmental initiatives. Once you understand their priorities and initiatives, you can figure out how your products could facilitate a faster time to resolution. Continue reading “The True Secret to Successful Selling”