Capitalizing on 2014 Holiday Shopping and Small Business Saturday By John Oechsle President & CEO, Swiftpage Holiday retail sales are projected to increase by 4.1 percent this year from 2013, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce. The holiday season isn’t just a time to get a boost in sales. You should also look at […]
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Sales superstar shares tips to reach sales success. By Kinja Dixon Regardless of whether a person has been in sales or transitioning, there are a few key fundamentals that must be considered. Some positions in sales have a base plus commission; however, many offer commission only. There are 6 ways to increase the results in […]
By Lance Cooper Many entrepreneurs and high-activity salespeople get stuck in survival mode. They don’t organize activities to establish a better, more stable way of living. They end up doing sales activities to provide for survival needs, such as mortgage payments, food and minimum debt payments. This earns them a high-tension, on-the-edge financial existence. Salespeople […]
If retailers want to own the market, crush competitors and reap financial rewards, they must create a strategic plan to improve customer service and enhance the customer experience, according to John Tschohl, president of Service Quality Institute, www.customer-service.com “If your company thinks customer service is limited to greeting a customer and dealing with their complaints, […]
By Richard Schroder Think back to all your sales situations over the last year. How many meetings did you have with real decision makers versus day-to-day prospects who seemed to support your offering but lacked decision / budget authority? How many of the latter type of situations did you win and lose? My instinct is […]
By Caron Beesley Have you ever wondered how you can get your businesses’ products stocked on the shelves of a large retailer? It does happen, and it’s refreshing to see. For example, my local supermarket makes a point of stocking locally grown produce front and center as soon as you walk in the store, while […]