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If you do selling over the phone, how you start your telephone calls is a strong predictor of your sales success.
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Trade shows are a great place to sell products and network with potential clients. Use these tips to make your booth stand out in the eyes of potential customers.
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Many small business owners believe doing business with the government is complicated -- but, in fact, the government operates similarly to many corporate clients.
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Have you done what gives you joy this past week? I hope so. Your next sales setback will be easier to move past when you have joy in your life.
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Several states will be holding Sales Tax Holidays in August, many this very weekend. But if you think that the sales tax holidays are just for back-to-school shopping, think again!
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Decision making is driven by emotions, not logic. Jim Camp explains why this fact is the secret to skillful negotiating.
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The perfect retail design aims to do one thing – encourage customers to make a purchase. Here are a few key tips to keep in mind when designing your own retail space.
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You can move on after a sales disappointment. These 3 strategies will help you recover and learn what to do with your selling as you move forward.
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The most common way for a customer to say no to a deal is to say the price is too high, but that may not be the full story.
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Becoming a successful contractor in the federal marketplace can be a great way to open up new streams of revenue that can diversify your existing business.
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All sales leads are not created equal. So, how do you know which lead type is right for your company? Here are several factors that you need to look at and consider.
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Successful salespeople implement effective strategies. They focus on the right prospects, make it easier to work with them, and develop creative business solutions.
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Content is king
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In part 2 of his 3-part series on lead generation, Howard Yeh explains how improvements to your website content can motivate visitors to take the next step towards contacting your business.
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All leads are not created equal. Here's how to minimize the time you spend on dead-end leads so you can focus on the good ones.
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Lead generation
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Prospecting for new customers is essential if you want to grow your business. Gregg Schwartz shares helpful strategies to become more successful with lead generation.
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Your sales strategy should include how to dress for your sales call. The image you present could make or break the sale.
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There are plenty of great sales software options on the market, but not all software programs are created equally. Here's what to consider if you're shopping for sales software.
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If your business sends commercial electronic messages to Canada, take note. Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) is now in effect!
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Some salespeople think that building a customer relationship is a sales call objective. While it does help your sales process, it is not a valid objective for your sales calls.
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In part 1 of a 3-part series on lead generation, Howard Yeh shares strategies to improve online customer acquisition and inbound lead generation to your website.
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Definitions for: target income sales
target income sales

amount required to attain a particular income level or target net income. target income sales volume is computed as:

Target Income Sales Volume = Fixed Costs + Target Income
Unit Contribution Margin

For example, assume that unit contribution margin is $15, fixed costs are $15,000, and target income is $15,000. Target income sales volume = ($15,000 + $15,000) / $15 = 2000 units. This means that 2000 units need to be sold to make $15,000 profit.

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