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How to Be a Successful Sales Advisor

 
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Ella Pacey



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 11:36 am    Post subject: How to Be a Successful Sales Advisor Reply with quote

Most Sales Advisors will want to be a success, it would be strange if someone in Sales didn't actually want to make themselves a success but how do you sort the best Sales Advisors from the average ones? Well here's a guide to becoming a successful Sales Advisor:

Desire

First of all, the most successful Advisors are those that have the determination, drive and desire to be the best at what they do. Take the time to learn all aspects of the company and the industry by fully immersing yourself with knowledge to give to prospective clients.

Network

Get to know the industry, find out about conferences, seminars or even networking events. For example, a local Chamber of Commerce event or an industry related conference anywhere that will have a large pool of people where you can network. Some companies will have their own leads and as a Sales Advisor you can work off that list, but it doesn't hurt being more proactive seeking out your own clients yourself. This way, you may be able to secure larger contracts, so it pays to think outside the box and do things a little differently to your colleagues.

Play the Long Game

Lay down the foundations with a large pool of potential clients. Every company has a sales technique, and during the first couple of weeks you will become accustomed to a number of steps to make. These steps can include welcome, strike up a rapport, talk about their needs, match needs to products and services, negotiate and close the sale.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 1:08 pm    Post subject: ENGLISH TEACHER Reply with quote

As this is an English language forum, don't you think the following link would be more appropriate?

http://interviewquestionsandanswers.biz/education-interview-questions-and-answers/

UJ
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 11:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You just have to practice watchfulness as well as employ some smarts in the process of getting them. For ever and a day be on the lookout for fakes. Make sure that what's in the interior the box is the item you have purchased. Never go for knock-offs. The whole point of purchasing is to waltz absent with something that you feel would be an upgrading to you as well as your lifestyle, and this would be useless if you only end up dissatisfied and unhappy with your purchases.
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