X Level Office has changed its name to Novel Coworking, a name that more accurately represents what we're about: Partnering with our clients to provide the space and resources they need to innovate and write their story. It’s our hope that as each of our members pens their future in our space, Novel Coworking can provide the blank pages for their success.

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Sales is a crucial part of any business. The fact of the matter is, without sales, you have no business. Sales is a skill that can certainly be learned. Therefore, as a CEO, you should create a culture of constant learning and improvement for everyone in the company.

 

Belief That The Product Is Essential

No matter how outstanding you are at sales, if you don’t personally believe in the product you are selling, potential customers will be able to see right through you. You may feel that you can cover up these negative feelings, but the only person you will be fooling is yourself. If you don’t believe in the product, selling it will be an uphill battle.

 

Clearly Communicate The Product And Its Benefits

Many salespeople mistakenly believe that using highly technical language will impress potential clients and assist with the sale. In reality, this can leave customers confused. Nobody likes to look incompetent or be embarrassed by asking for a simpler explanation, so a confused customer will likely just choose not to buy your product. The key to improving your sales technique is to ensure that you explain the benefits of your product or service in a way that excites the client. Once they understand how buying the product will enhance their business, the sale is virtually complete. Here are some of the most effective tactics that successful salespeople have mastered.

 

Learn More From Your Failures

Not every sales pitch will be successful, but every pitch can teach you something. It can be easy to become angry or frustrated if you are constantly getting rejected, but you should use those rejections to your advantage. Evaluate what went wrong in your presentation, and then update and improve it for the next time. Although a company may not buy from you on one particular occasion, it may have been due to your sales pitch. The timing may not have been right, so always follow up with them. Send a well-constructed email, thanking them for the opportunity and providing them with your contact details for the future. Following up is one of the essential sales skills you need to master.  The vast majority of your opposition will not take this extra step, so when the time does come to purchase, your company will be the one everyone remembers.

 

Make Your Presentations Engaging

Think of any training sessions or sales pitches that you have listened to. Which ones stood out from the crowd? The sad fact is that most sales pitches are boring, monotonous, and filled with stats, facts, and figures. You want your pitch to stand out amongst the many others that your customers have probably sat through. Try to make your sales pitch punchy, fun, exciting, and innovative. Tell stories that engage your audience. PowerPoint may not be the best option to use, as it restricts the presenter, making them follow a certain pre-defined plan. Instead of relying on a slideshow, learn your sales pitch inside and out so that your presentation flows better and is more dynamic. You want to engage your audience by letting your true personality shine through.

At Level Office, we are always working on improving our sales team, being creative, and ensuring that we have the best product to offer. We regularly update our blog with new ideas and with concepts that we have found beneficial to our business. Most of these ideas are not unique to our industry, so visit regularly for some new ideas that you may be able to implement in your own business.