How to Pack Some More Punch in Your Sales Presentations

Whenever economic slowdowns occur, the selling field will typically be impacted. This could mean that locating new prospects is somewhat more difficult and an organization’s sales goals could start to slip. In these scenarios getting the attention of potential clients will become more crucial than ever before. With this in mind, many sales companies are discovering new techniques that potentially provide more positive results. Your sales presentations are going to remain a key in determining your success.

Offering Increased Value to the Prospect

Taking care of your clients with no cost services or products, particularly in an economic slowdown, is a highly effective technique. An existing client or prospective buyer might need extra incentives when making final decisions. Many organizations increase sales through price-cutting as well as providing clients with more services and products than usual. For prospects that are undecided, it might be the difference between a sale and a non-sale. This is an effective way of adding more punch to a sales presentation.

Emphasizing Customer Service in Your Presentation

With the increased competition nowadays, servicing clients will play a big role. Sending out thank you cards to clients or prospects can be a great way for maintaining contact on a deeper level. Be certain you take time to contact prior customers each month and assess any needs they have. Always promptly reply should potential problems or issues arise. Many times top professionals can lose sight that a past customer will be just as important as newer ones. Also, increased customer service could lead to the client providing referrals.

Networking as a Resource

Because of the fact that many sales professionals don’t always have consistent lead generation techniques, networking can be a good resource. For a sales organization or individual, having new leads is vital for company growth. Despite how the current economy performs, you’ll always have new prospects available each day; some of these may even be accessible without the salespersons knowledge. This is why it’s vital to put aside time each day to contact existing customers and ask for referrals.

Stay Connected to Your Existing Clients

Even though an existing client is often very busy and doesn’t return calls immediately, it is necessary to try to maintain contact whenever possible. The more the sales professional corresponds or even meets with clients, the better the overall relationships will be. Additional attention given to prospective and existing customers illustrates a company’s value and added attention to details. Clients with continual contact ultimately will be highly lucrative as sources for even more sales via referrals.

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Doug Dvorak is a certified sales trainer, management consultant and corporate humorist. Doug holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration in Marketing Management. But Doug’s sense of humor is no less refined, as he is a graduate of the Player’s Workshop of the Second City, one of the oldest and most prestigious improvisational comedy schools in the world.
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