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Rule # 1. Regard.
Do not think that the client is a fool who will buy any nonsense that you offer. The client should be respected, because it is he who carries you money for your product or service, but, of course, do not bend under rudeness. Respect in this case is a friendly attitude and a desire to help a person make the right choice, so that after the purchase of your product or service, he felt as comfortable as possible and was one hundred percent satisfied with the purchase.
Rule # 2. Identification of needs.
If you have a point of sale, such as the sale of gifts, or any online store in which there is an opportunity to advise customers, before you offer something, you must first identify — what is the need of the person. Continue reading
1. Make lists of things to do. Take a pen and a piece of paper, open a special program or application and right now make a list of all the things that dominate over you. Take a break for 10 minutes, relax, because you have already splashed out everything you care about on paper/screen. Go back to the list, look at it critically: which of the above reasons prevents to bring each of these cases to the end?
2. Delete the unnecessary. Read the list again. Think, and these books will help you in career? Cases that are not appropriate, delete from the list. It is better to spend time on something really important. Continue reading
Despite the emergence of many different tools to deliver information to potential and existing customers, e-mail is still one of the most effective in terms of “cost-result”. In addition, statistics show that about 27% of people prefer to receive information about their brands through e-mail.
So, here are 9 best practices for lead generation:
1. Use stimulating phrases
Adding an “incentive” to the email header significantly increases the chance that the email will be read. Even if a person is not interested in the proposed product or service, his attention may well be attracted by the accompanying bonus offer. Continue reading