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Sales – Explained!

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Sales + good energy = a long career + lots of money!

 

Let’s face it – if you have a knack for sales, you’re set!

Sales is the backbone of any company, or rather, it’s face. Any business could offer fantastic products, but without great sales specialists, no one would ever hear about them and the company would go bust.

For this reason, there is no shortage of job openings for sales people. And the wealth of advancement opportunities, high salaries + bonuses make sales one of the most enviable positions!

 

Sales Opens Doors:

Sales is an easily transferable talent. For example, if you have had success selling face-to-face in a clothes shop, chances are high that you can sell over the phone or by email in almost any another industry as well.

Sales is also one of those careers that keeps you moving up!
Experience in sales opens doors to the entire, lucrative online industry and is the single most valuable requirement for Retention , Conversion, PPC, FTD, Management, Team Leaders, Desk Managers, Department Heads, Media Buyers, Affiliate Managers and much more. This is because the skills and qualities you learn as a sales rep are invaluable in all aspects of all businesses.

Forbes estimates that 1/5 of all Fortune 500 CEOs started out as sales representatives!

The possibilities are endless.

 

Got What it Takes to be Successful in Sales?

So what does it take to make a great sales rep?

  • Confidence
  • Intelligence
  • Eloquence
  • High energy
  • Drive
  • Social skills
  • Listening skills

 

Sales is often referred to as ‘in the blood’ or ‘in your veins.’ It’s true that many people naturally have a knack for sales, but a little known secret is that ‘sales’ can also be learned. For this reason, many entry level sales positions have training courses that not only teach about the company and about the products, but also the basic secrets of successful sales.   

 

Conclusion:

Ultimately, the duty of a sales rep is to know, understand, listen and fulfill the needs of the clients; to provide them with the means to make their lives a little easier.

The company might be busy creating and providing a service, but after all that hard work, the sales rep is the one who ultimately gets the honor of handing the finished product to the client.

 


July 6, 2016

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