Sales talk

@hushi22 (4940)
July 29, 2010 6:15am CST
Guys, do you think doing sales talk is easy? If not, then how would one becomes better to make this easier? Do you have some tips to share?
6 responses
@chinoxads (255)
• United States
31 Aug 10
I admit that i'm not a sales talk person, the selling part is not for me, i like more things about technician things, and giving advice in the technology field.
• Malaysia
7 Aug 10
hi dear... practice practice practice. that is the only way any kind of 'talk' could be made easier. sales talk, or sales pitches require a sales person to have a lo of knowledge on the product, as well as good general knowledge of the things that the potential customer's company is involved in. by learning how to create relationships (not the boyfriend - girlfriend relationship) with the client, selling will really be much more easier. people now days tend to buy things from sales people that they are comfortable with...as opposed to them buying something from someone who they are not comfortable with..
@shockrayz (200)
30 Jul 10
Better sales talking is that which makes people think they'll be lonely without the product sold.
• Philippines
30 Jul 10
Its not easy for me but I don't know for others.
@diogz22 (516)
• Philippines
29 Jul 10
There is no such thing as perfect sales talk. But the best sales talk is the one that will address your prospective customer's problem then state your product's characteristics and lastly your sales talk must contain how your product will solve your customer's problem.
@xylem916 (95)
• India
29 Jul 10
i don't have any tips to share but to be the best sales talk,first you need to be sincere and believe on yourself.you need to know and grab all knowledge about your product so that you yourself is not confused about your own product.then be confident for what job you are doing.its all about to explain about your product and make them understand that our product can make their life easier and that would be beneficial to them.make them realize that we are helping them so that they themselves say thanks for selling our product to them.