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    Posted by Srisachin K on June 17, 2022 at 5:43 pm

     

    When people focus on selling, they’re thinking about themselves. A salesperson focusing on selling to the customer is thinking about targets, about their Emi’s, and about the commitments, they’re aiming for.

    I’m not saying that salespeople shouldn’t have goals and targets. It is very much frustrating to keep going when you’re working with customers who haven’t yet said yes.

    Customers are people. We can’t forget that. Your customers are real people with real feelings. Ask further, listen a bit more, and they might share the reason why they can’t say yes to your proposal.

    Who wouldn’t want to deal with someone who is focused on helping their needs and goals? Focusing on helping customers develops trust, which later converts to deeper customer relationships. This is where you’ll hear your customers’ real pain points, the real reasons why they can’t say Yes to your proposal.

    Show them how you can help to meet their needs.

    We win when our customers win!

    Cheers!

    KUMAR replied 1 year, 2 months ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Santhosh

    Member
    August 16, 2022 at 11:42 am
    1605 Coins

    When you find a client who is interested, ask them if they can recommend their colleagues who may benefit from our services.

    Don’t make the customer feel like a target. They need a product or service that helps them. Put extra effort, it makes a difference.

    Learn how to quickly disconnect the wrong clients. Salespeople understand the importance of not wasting time on customers who aren’t interested.

    The key to attracting the right clients is to understand their pain points. Make sure Singlebag fulfills your customer needs.

    One of the best ways to attract the right clients is to focus on building your identity and creating trust.

    When people focus on selling, they’re thinking about themselves. A salesperson focusing on selling to the customer is thinking about targets, about their Emi’s, and about the commitments, they’re aiming for. 

    I’m not saying that salespeople shouldn’t have goals and targets. It is very much frustrating to keep going when you’re working with customers who haven’t yet said yes.

    Customers are people. We can’t forget that. Your customers are real people with real feelings. Ask further, listen a bit more, and they might share the reason why they can’t say yes to your proposal.

  • KUMAR

    Member
    December 6, 2022 at 8:39 am
    85 Coins
    Badges: singlebag badges Newbie

    When you find a client who is interested, ask them if they can recommend their colleagues who may benefit from our services.

    Don’t make the customer feel like a target. They need a product or service that helps them. Put extra effort, it makes a difference.

    Learn how to quickly disconnect the wrong clients. Salespeople understand the importance of not wasting time on customers who aren’t interested.

    The key to attracting the right clients is to understand their pain points. Make sure Singlebag fulfills your customer needs.

    One of the best ways to attract the right clients is to focus on building your identity and creating trust.

    When people focus on selling, they’re thinking about themselves. A salesperson focusing on selling to the customer is thinking about targets, about their Emi’s, and about the commitments, they’re aiming for. 

    I’m not saying that salespeople shouldn’t have goals and targets. It is very much frustrating to keep going when you’re working with customers who haven’t yet said yes.

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