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I have seen customers bargaining and getting the best deals possible, and I have also seen customers fall flat on their faces in their attempt to get it.
By definition, these are the customers who won’t give you a yes or a no, rather just drag the sales process with no seeming end. They cause you to spend a lot of time on them unnecessarily, without the prospect of a real sale.
This blog post is about the biggest marketing project you will ever work on in your life. Working successfully on this project can either create opportunities, or shut doors in your face.
The classic scenario was as follows: Start off with a high opening offer, customer counter offers with a very low one, and then meet somewhere in the middle. In this article, we will examine one of the new methods of handling the sales/negotiation discussion.
Not everybody likes you, and not everybody will like you regardless of how good, efficient or productive you are. Sadly online platforms and especially social media have given new means for the upsetting minority to be loud, and without the proper tackling, negative reviews can be detrimental to your business, or yourself on a personal level.
This was the Gediminas Tower, originally constructed in 1409 for the Grand Duke Vytautas, and then again rebuilt in 1933 by Polish Architect Jan Borrowski. It truly is a must see landmark.
The true power of a good sales person is not on the knowledge of the product or service, but rather the ability to guide the discussion towards the desired direction!