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Sales Improvement – 6 Ways to Amp Your Sales Results on Zero Budget

Sales Improvement – 6 Ways to Amp Your Sales Results on Zero Budget

What is not having a system that delivers predictable sales results costing your business? Every firm is seeking continuous sales improvement. They would like to achieve that on zero budget. Every firm seeks predictability and stability. It’s the Holy Grail because once you’ve cracked that formula for your sales lead generation and closing, then you can simply…

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Why an Accurate Sales Forecast is the Key to Monthly Sales Success and Predictable Sales Growth

Why an Accurate Sales Forecast is the Key to Monthly Sales Success and Predictable Sales Growth

Any accurate sales forecast is a guaranteed gift towards your bank balance, your sanity, and your stress levels! A truly accurate sales monthly forecast means you know where you’re going, and how you’ll get there. Easy sailing… So why do so many sales people and business owners fail to use the monthly sale forecast to…

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Anyone Seen My Buyer?

Anyone Seen My Buyer?

Chasing sales quotes, that all important following up the sales quote, now let me ask you this: how much of your very valuable time do you waste chasing sales quotes?  How much does it wind you up that you even have to chase sales prospects to place the order once you’ve done all the hard…

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Why Sales BANT is Not Enough

Why Sales BANT is Not Enough

What is Sales BANT? BANT is covered in almost every article on how to close good quality sales, appointments, demonstrations, meetings. For those that haven’t come across it before here’s the basic premise – the person you’re engaging in the sales process needs to be qualified against the following profile Budget – are they the…

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Higher Sales Performers use Sales ROI – Do You?

Higher Sales Performers use Sales ROI – Do You?

If You’re Not Using Sales ROI…. When Sales ROI is such a powerful sales tool then you are a fool! I wish there was an easier way to say this, because it’s not nice, but well there isn’t. If you’re offended then hopefully you’ll think about working differently. Hopefully you’ll be offended enough to do…

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