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January 02 , 2009

How to use words to sell your books and products


One of the most powerful tools in your sales arsenal is the informed and judicious use of words and terminology. Words have the ability to entice a prospect, hold the attention of the potential buyer, and ultimately result in the establishment of a relationship that not only results in a sale today, but helps to create other sales activity in the future. At the time words have the power to turn away potential clients, make people feel unappreciated, and ultimately lead to not only the loss of a sale today but also the loss of sales in the future. The effective salesperson knows the importance of choosing the right verbiage  to present the seller and the product. Whether in verbal communications or in the creation of written documents such as brochures, letters emails, or any other type of promotional materials, using the right words in the right places is key to being successful at the task of sales. Here are some ideas that will help you hone your sales vocabulary, and enhance your ability to utilize words that ultimately lead to productive client relationships.

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