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  1. Determine the needs and desires of customers
  2. Select a specific target market
  3. Set market position
  4. Place in a competitive sales strategies
  5. Choose the right strategy
  6. Conclusion

Before discussing how to become a sales professional, would be helpful to understand first the understanding of the art of selling, selling art is a reciprocal activity so that both parties are satisfied, one way to sell is to be salespeople. My teacher said that whatever our work, we should be happy despite a sales job lot of people underestimated, because sales is only natural bother easy job we have to ride around town and offering products, sales alone understanding it is a direct sellers meet consumers both at home or when there are associations of citizens, for the sales we should have an attractive appearance and clever decorate themselves to prospective customers happy listened to us and want to buy our products.

To determine the needs and desires of our customers require a variety of ways, one way is to do research with surveys or interviews can be the person that we think fits with the product or service will we sell. then the question what do we need? first, the goods / services are desired? second, anyone in need? whether children, whether adolescents or adults, or even all of the good of children and adults no matter rich or poor, keep in mind the greater the reach of people who need our product or service, the greater the chance of products / services we sold

[...] Special markets : markets that provide specialized services to meet the needs of consumers 3. Market segmentation: the market that provide services to specific consumers. example: Agent, Distributor 3. Set market position As a sales professional we must establish our position very strategic market with the sale of our products, for example entrust merchandise to cooperatives or stall (SMEs) 4. [...]


[...] Determine the needs and desires of customers To determine the needs and desires of our customers require a variety of ways, one way is to do research with surveys or interviews can be the person that we think fits with the product or service will we sell. then the question what do we need? first, the goods / services are desired? second, anyone in need? [...]


[...] How to become a professional sales ? Before discussing how to become a sales professional, would be helpful to understand first the understanding of the art of selling, selling art is a reciprocal activity so that both parties are satisfied, one way to sell is to be salespeople. My teacher said that whatever our work, we should be happy despite a sales job lot of people underestimated, because sales is only natural bother easy job we have to ride around town and offering products, sales alone understanding it is a direct sellers meet consumers both at home or when there are associations of citizens, for the sales we should have an attractive appearance and clever decorate themselves to prospective customers happy listened to us and want to buy our products. [...]

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