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Use This Wording When Revealing The Price To Your Prospect

Have you ever been on the phone or in front of someone who is trying to sell you something, and then when the issue of price comes up, they say something like, “Are you sitting down?” or “I hope you’re prepared for this”? When we are thinking about price, we automatically feel negative before we know the facts because we…

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When Your Customer Asks You To Match Your Competitor’s Price…

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You’ve been there many times. You’ve convinced the customer that the product is right for them and the quality is just what they want. Then the bombshell hits – they start talking about price. Price is always a mirror of the value the prospect places on the solution, so if they don’t see the value, the price will always seem…

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5 Reasons Why Your Prices SHOULD Be Higher Than Your Competitors

I met a salesperson on one of our programmes who was really upset that his company had raised his product’s prices by over 3%, and hadn’t given him an explanation as to why. It was simply called ‘an inflationary mark-up’, even though inflation is actually running lower than that figure. His frustration about the situation made me feel sorry for…

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Do You Try To Add Value? – Infographic

When selling to the prospect it is sometimes difficult to add value and get the message across to the client of all the wonderful features your product possesses. Here is an infographic which gives you seven different tools to add to your armoury of adding value. It can give your pitch or proposal that bit of added depth and will more…

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How To Avoid The Awkward Question Of Budget

How many times have you been in conversation with a prospect and the question of budget comes up? You want to know if you’re pitching in the right ball-park, so you go right out and ask what budget they were thinking of spending. You then sigh in disappointment as you realise the solution you’re selling is well out of reach…

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The Best Question to Ask When Customers Enquire About Your Price

The whole economic world has changed in the last few years. It will never be ‘business as usual’ again. Most companies that haven’t adapted to the changes will either no longer exist or will have suffered dramatically. One thing that many salespeople tell us has risen high on the client’s agenda more than ever before is the concept of value…

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The Reason You Shouldn’t Pay The Lowest Price

I love this quote, often attributed to John Ruskin…. “There is hardly anything in the world that someone cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price alone are that person’s lawful prey. It’s unwise to pay too much, but it’s worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose…

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Dealing With Premature Evaluations

You’ve always been told to build up the value in your products and services before talking about the overall costs, as that reduces the chances of people negotiating for discounts and haggling over the price. After all, if they can see the worth of what you have, price becomes a secondary issue. You know, though, that in today’s business environment,…

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Price Objection? Is It The Price Or The Cost?

Of course, price objections run rampant and are certainly here to stay. However, I believe sales people need to understand, and more importantly; help their prospective customers understand the difference between price and cost. Is it the Price or the Cost? The next time you get that objection on the price; before you go off arguing about pounds and trying…

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Can You Change The Price Only Prospect Into A Good Loyal Client?

In a recent post, “4 Powerful Reasons To Walk Away From The Price ONLY Prospect,” I detailed how and why you need to walk away from that POP (Price Only Prospect). That is the prospect who cares nothing about service, value, or even reputation and is only concerned with, “How much?” Even if you give away your shirt to close…

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