Sales Optimization Skills: Increase Your Sales by 200%
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- You'll know how to increase your conversions & sales by up to 1000% using smart sales skills.
- You'll know how to build a complete business online & offline if your sales skills are really good.
- You'll know how to turn 100 clicks a day into $20K a month if your sales skills are strong enough.
- You'll know how to improve sales on for your front-end products by using good sales tactics/sale skills.
- You'll know how to create high-converting sales scripts (with templates to follow) after you go through this sales skills course.
- You'll know how to optimize your squeeze & optin pages in this sales skills course.
- You'll know how to email & communicate with your audience and potentially 6X your business overnight,hence improving your sales skills.
- You'll know how to use voice inflection(one of the important sales skill) to 2X sales.
- You'll know how to use "buying triggers" to induce "buying states of mind" into your visitors using the sales skills taught in this session.
- You'll know how to DOUBLE YOUR BUSINESS with just a few small sales tweaks on ONE SINGLE PAGE of your business.
- You should know how to use a PC at a beginner level.
This course will help you boost your sales by 100% up to 1000%!!!
I know you're not using ALL the techniques, optimizations, tricks & tips in this course to sell your products and services. I know that once you implement most of the strategies, your conversions will be 2X what they are right now.
The best part is that you can implement almost all these strategies in just 1-2 days. Most of these tactics are simple. So simple, you're going to be mad you didn't do it already. Others are so brilliant, you'll think you found GOLD!
If you are selling anything online, this course is for you. Get the course now, and increase sales literally tomorrow.
If you get no traffic, increasing conversion rates won't boost sales. This IS NOT a traffic course. This is increasing your conversion rates for both sales & email optins. AND MOST OF ALL, if you get bad or low quality traffic, then you probably won't convert very well, no matter what you do. Keep this in mind.
Build a long-term successful business online & offline.
You will definitely love all the tactics you'll learn. Selling your products has never been easier, so get the course now, and see for yourself all the goodies inside!
I only show tactics that I've done for myself & my coaching students.
All the tactics are either backed by very strong industry or market research from real customers or tactics that I've worked on and perfected myself. Plain & simple.
I am a 6-figure online marketer. Get the results that I have by using the strategies in this course.
Understand customer psychology and behavior.
Many of the tactics and strategies in this course play on known elements of psychology that come into play when a person is making a buying decision.
About the Topic
The sales profession is undergoing some pretty radical changes. The buyer is in charge, field sales is moving inside, technology is transforming the profession. It’s so bad that some people are predicting that 15M sales jobs will disappear in the coming years. To survive in this environment, salespeople need a new set of skills.
1.UNDERSTANDING THE BUYER
The most important of today’s sales skills is simply understanding the buyer. It’s the foundation of effective selling. But it involves more than just understanding who the buyer is. As my partner Craig Rosenberg likes to say, “This isn’t just about knowing what brand of coffee the buyer drinks”. Instead, it’s about identifying the experience that the buyer wants to have as they consider making a purchase in your market. You buyer has a set of expectations about that experience and your job as a salesperson is to exceed those expectations. You can’t exceed them if you don’t understand the experience that the buyer wants to have.
When a salesperson understands the buyer, they can engage in what’s called buyer-responsive selling. The idea here is to provide the buyer with what they want, when they want it. For example, if your buyer needs a trial to evaluate your product but can’t allocate more than 30 minutes to it, give them a free trial. But don’t just give them any free trial. Give them a free trial that is easy to set up, easy to use, and really demonstrates the value of your product in five minutes or less. One other point – buyers like salespeople who have skills!
3.THE PSYCHOLOGY OF BUYER ENGAGEMENT
It’s remarkable how few salespeople know how to use psychology to more effectively engage the buyer. There are a variety of techniques you can use to create deeper engagement with your target buyers. One really effective tip is to make sure that the customer knows that you won’t take too much of their time.
4.ESTABLISHING TRUST WITH THE BUYER
Buyers like to do business with people they trust. The stereotypical used car salesman just isn’t relevant anymore. Good salespeople view their ability to establish trust with the buyer as a core sales skill. Helping the buyer goes a long way in this regard, as does understanding what the buyer wants.
Given how busy the average buyer is today, a critical sales skill is to make sure that you communicate succinctly. The days of the silver-tongued, overly verbose salesperson are coming to an end. Buyers value how information is presented more than the information itself. Today, the preferred form of presentation is conciseness. A good rule here is to never try to communicate more than three important points in a single conversation with a buyer.
A lot of sales leaders and pundits like to talk about good salespeople are good listeners. We think that goes without saying and that the best salespeople take action based on what they hear from their customer. It’s not good enough to just listen. You need to internalize what the buyer just said and then do something about it.
7.SALES SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTISE
Salespeople aren’t just vacuous portals anymore. They actually need to be subject matter experts in two areas. First, they need to understand the buyer. This involves knowing about the pressing issues that the buyer is facing and what the buyer wants as they work their way to a purchase. Second, salespeople need to know a lot about their own product or service.
8.ALWAYS BE HELPING
Buyers don’t want to be closed; they want to be helped. That’s why always be helping is the new always be closing. ABH is more of a mindset than a skill. A lot of salespeople struggle with this, but you should try to remember it every time you interact with a buyer.
Buyers also don’t want to hear about your product or service. Good salespeople know this and weave the product or service they’re selling into larger story that has an arc and ends with the customer receiving what they want (which is usually not your product). For example, when a business buys phone system, they don’t really want to buy a phone system – they want to grow their revenues and recognize that the phone is an effective tool for doing that.
10.SALESPEOPLE AS COPYWRITERS
Salespeople must be able to write. It’s one of today’s most important sales skills given how much sales now uses email to communicate with buyers. There are a few rules to keep in mind when it comes to sales copywriting. First, the less you write, the better. Try to keep written communications short and sweet. Second, avoid using generic copy. You should take the time to personalize as many of your communications as possible. Third, use bullets to format your copy – lists are just easier for customers to digest. Finally, start and conclude your written communications with a call to action that asks the buyer to take a next step.
Field sales is definitely moving inside and the face-to-face meeting is quickly becoming the 60 minute teleconference. As a result, salespeople need to be effective at managing sales calls using the phone. This requires different skills such as the ability to read the tone of someone’s voice or measure the cadence of the conversation to determine whether the prospect is satisfied or not. One important tip here is to make sure that you can use tools such as Clearslide to bring as much of the face-to-face experience to the phone.
12.SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT WITH BUYERS
Social media has given rise to the field of social selling. A lot of good salespeople now view their participation on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn as one of the more effective sales skills. That’s all fine and good, but we’re not just talking about tweeting every now and then. We’re talking about really engaging your buyers socially. Some of the best salespeople out there do things like organize dinners for groups of buyers that they are interested in getting to know. There’s very little selling that takes place at these mini-events. And it’s the salesperson who organizes them; not the company they work for.
A lot of buyers want context when they have an experience with sales or marketing for that matter. They don’t want the generic message or sales pitch. They want something that’s specific to them. One way to do this is to weave messaging and content that is specific to the buyer’s demographics into your sales efforts. In a B2B setting, this might involve using specific industry examples when selling. On the consumer side, this might involve tailoring how you communicate with a buyer depending on their age and gender. You can also reference recent events in the buyer’s personal or professional life (depending on the sales context) to personalize your interactions.
14.MARKETING SKILLS IN SALES
Some very smart people think that marketing is eating sales. We’re not willing to go quite that far, but we do agree that sales has a lot to learn from marketing and that sales people who possess advanced marketing skills will fare well. For example, content selling (you can learn more by reading our post on content selling) is an emergent, but important sales skill that salespeople can use to move the buyer through the buying cycle. Some sales organizations are also using a campaign format to structure how they conduct traditional sales activities like prospecting. These activities used to be unorganized and non-standardized. Now, sales management is borrowing from marketing and enforcing campaign-like structure on many sales activities.
15.HELPING PROSPECTS ACHIEVE NEXT STEPS
The buyer has less attention to give to you than ever before. That’s why it’s no longer good enough to agree on next steps. You actually need to help the buyer achieve those next steps. Let’s say a buyer that you’ve been working with needs to get the CEO’s approval before they can make the final decision. You should help the buyer achieve this next step by providing them with the information, content, and tools they need to persuade the CEO that your product or service is the right one.
16.USING SALES TECHNOLOGY TO BOOST PRODUCTIVITY
Many sales organizations are using technology to become more efficient and shorten the length of the average sales cycle. Salespeople are actually busier than ever as evidenced by a recent CSO Insights report that shows that salespeople only spend 37% of their time actually selling. The salesperson that can use technology to become more productive has a significant advantage over their peers – they are able to spend more time selling.
17.LINKING DAILY ACTIVITIES TO QUOTA
Achieving quota isn’t something that magically happens at the end of the quarter or increasingly at the end of the month. The best salespeople focus on the daily tasks or activities that they know will set them up to achieve their quota. This sales skill is usually learned over time, but it’s invaluable. For example, a sales professional might know that if they have a certain number of meetings with prospects this month, that this will allow them to achieve quota next month. It’s like the old Zen proverb on how to achieve enlightment: “chop wood, carry water”.
18.MANAGING THE PIPELINE LIKE A PORTFOLIO
The best salespeople manage their pipeline much like a hedge fund manager would manage their portfolio. They invest time in a number of opportunities knowing that some will close and some will not. They track the performance of each opportunity, as well as the aggregate performance of their entire pipeline on a weekly, if not daily, basis. They are also able to conduct a “bottoms up” analysis of their pipeline at any time to determine where they sit relative to their quota target.
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