Everyone wants to sell more, but the market is overrun with a broad range of selling techniques, which is baffling for most of us.
Have you ever had the feeling that despite all the hard work you have been doing, you still fail to achieve the desired result?
The ability to ask the right questions is one of the essential skills in sales.
A customer saw an ad, immediately went to your website and made a purchase right away. Why it doesn’t happen in reality and what could you do to make it happen?
Will the qualities inherent in the Sales Manager help you in your everyday life?
If your sales only depended on how popular or presentable your product, goods, or service is, then perhaps your business would live in a bright sunny world without any competition where you can achieve success by just doing your job well.
If you’re already working in sales or only considering it, it’s time to update your library. Here at Lectera, we’ve put together a list of the ‘Top 10 best books on sales and negotiations’ that’ll improve your skills and boost personal efficiency. Most of these books are written by practical experts from whom you can learn a lot from.
Let's say you have a cool idea that can bring in huge profits in the long run, especially if you enter the European or the American markets. Or you have successfully worked in Russia for several years now and have decided to scale up abroad. An excellent plan and a praiseworthy desire in terms of earnings! But you certainly realize that promotion of your product or service in a foreign market is sure to have its own specifics, don’t you?
Forewarned is forearmed! Understanding yourself and your personal motivation is the key to personal and business success. Take our straightforward test to find out your personality type and your strengths and weaknesses. Awareness of the different personality types will also help you to effectively work and communicate with others - friends, partners, colleagues and clients.
In order for a business to grow efficiently, consumers are needed, and consumers, of course, don’t come on a plate, they have to be won.
Under the constant pressure of work and multitasking, chatbots have become an essential part of our everyday lives. These are virtual robots, programs with bright interfaces that can easily handle various tasks just as well as humans.