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How to Give More Effort towards Your Sales

Sales is an art form. Salespeople are the artists engaged in their practice. Artists perform, create, etc. because they enjoy their art form, and others get enjoyment out of their product. Sales is similar. People enjoy buying, so salespeople need to be excited about selling.

What can a salesperson do to improve their dynamic with the customer, and engage them into the buyer-seller relationship? Consider the following:

Make it an enjoyable experience
Salespeople need to draw the buyer into their world. Sales reps need to be genuinely excited about their products and services, and inspire the customer to have a similar attitude. Make the experience captivating by providing images, making analogies, providing anecdotes, etc. Ease the customerís anxiety of buying. Make them comfortable by being a listener and having them do most of the talking.

Make it personally profitable
Buyers in the business-to-business industry want to make decisions that will help their company, and help them as well. They want to improve their business, but they also want to personally profit via recognition for making good choices, getting promoted, making more money, gaining respect, saving time, minimizing their risk, getting ahead of the competition, etc. Understand the psychology of the buyer, and take the time to know what they immediately and eventually want.

Be patient
There is a lot of competition in all industries. Buyers understand that they have options to buy from other companies. Do not facilitate the notion of them shopping around by being too overbearing. Be patient in making the sale. Listen to the buyer, understand what they want and need, tell them how your product/service can meet their needs, and let them make a decision. Be confident in your product or service, but do not be pushy with the customers.

Address them
Get to know your buyers as well as possible. Use their name frequently when speaking with them and find out about their interests. Learning interests is a good way to make a connection with them. Break down the buyer-seller facade. Yes, you both are playing roles, but underneath it all, you are both people. Inspire a sincere relationship with the buyer, and they will feel comfortable buying from you now and in the future.

Look and act professional
A salesperson is an extension of their company and their products/services. You are the link between the buyer and the product/service, so you need to look and act accordingly to augment the allure of what you are selling. This means you must have a clean appearance and a professional demeanor. Buyers will be interested in your product/service if they respect you. If you turn them off by your looks or your actions, this will reflect poorly on what you are selling.

Be who you say you are and do what you say you will do
Salespeople cannot afford to lose the validity of their word. This means keeping your word and following through. As aforementioned, you are an extension of your product/service; if you eventually become a hypocrite or do not follow through on a promise, buyers will transfer those attributes onto your product/service.



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