Sale business tools
What are Sales?
Sales refer to the revenue earned when a company sells its goods, services, or other property. This is in accounting terms. In general business terms, sales more generally refer to a transaction and process in which money is exchanged for ownership of a good or a guarantee that a service will be carried out.
In order to have a valid sale:
- 1.Both the buyer and the seller must be competent enough to enter into a contract
- 2.Both parties must agree on the conditions of the sale
- 3.The good or service being sold must be transferrable
- 4.Money or value in return for the good or service paid or promised to be paid
The Difference between Sales and Marketing
- -The sales team makes the effort to actually collect the money.
- -The marketing team makes the effort to enable and facilitate the sale taking place.
The Sales Cycle
The sales cycle is the step-by-step process beginning with your first point of contact with a customer to closing the deal.
There are many ways of presenting The Sales Cycle, but we think Fits Small Business.com puts it quite nicely when they present it as so:
- 1.Initial contact: first email, call, meeting
- 2.Qualification: when you’ve established that this lead has potential
- 3.Presentation: when you’ve planned the date and time of your proposal
- 4.Evaluation: when you evaluate the customer’s concerns
- 5.Closing: when contract is signed or purchase is made
- 6.Ask for Referrals: when you ask the customer if it would be possible for them to recommend you to others
Keeping track, measuring contribution, and technique can sometimes prove difficult when it comes to sales. This category has been created to help you solve these problems.
If you’d like to read more on Sales, visit:
- ->The Sales Cycle: by FitsSmallBusiness
- ->The Importance of Sales in an Organization: by SmallBusiness Chron
- ->The Difference between Sales and Marketing activities: by Diffen
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Sales growth contributionProduce a bridge graph that shows your individual brands' contribution to overall sales growth.120 remove_red_eye22$10.00by WMI Consulting
Sales boostA graph to show your ambition of a radical boost in your strategy and growth objective.98 remove_red_eye18
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Sales Leader's Guide to KPIsVarious sales KPIs and other metrics in a sales dashboard to keep your sales team on top of its game.125 remove_red_eye17freeby KlipFolio
How to Earn Your First 100 CustomersLearns the 8 ways used by successful startups.48 remove_red_eye7freeby Dave Schools
Sales Pitch Deck GuidelinesHere’s the ultimate cheat sheet for a winning Sales Deck21 remove_red_eye4freeby Donna Griffit
How to Close Deals Without Coming Off as SalesyTips to having a more positive long run relationship with customers, instilling trust rather than sales into your brand.16 remove_red_eye3freeby Andrew Medal
How to Enchant Your Customer10 ways SMEs can charm their customers.New!Like!freeby Guy Kawasaki
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