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  • Industrial Sales Tip: Boosting Revenue With Service Plans

    Posted On July 27, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Selling service and maintenance plans for industrial and construction equipment is a highly effective way to boost revenue. If a company buys a new forklift or piece of packaging equipment, for instance, it may also be interested in a service plan. Doing so ensures the equipment will operate efficiently throughout its lifetime. And should any problems arise, the servicing company will usually fix them. This helps to create logical reasons for additional customer "touches" past sale; which will ensure that your company is in the know of any upcoming sales opportunites.

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  • Get More Sales Leads With These Telemarketing Tricks

    Posted On July 08, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Convincing a prospect to buy your industrial service and/or equipment over the phone isn't always easy. In fact, many prospects ignore such sales calls altogether, making your job that much harder. But there are ways to promote a better response and generate more sales leads with your calls.

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  • How Customer Reviews Can Help Boost Industrial Sales

    Posted On June 24, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Do you search online for reviews before buying a product or service? Well, you aren't alone. According to one study, up to 81% of shoppers look up past customer reviews to help them make a better purchasing decision. Industrial construction salespersons can leverage the power of customer reviews to attract more customers and generate more sales leads. But there's a right way and a wrong way to handle reviews. And if it's not done correctly, it could backfire by discouraging customers from buying your services.

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  • Converting Your Industrial Construction Leads

    Posted On June 16, 2016 by Robert Smith

    Wouldn't it be great if every prospect to whom you pitched your industrial construction service made a purchase? No matter how hard you try, achieving a 100% success rate on your sales efforts is next-to-impossible. Some prospects will reject your offer, with excuses ranging from “pricing is too high,” to “it's not the right fit for our needs.”

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  • 5 Reasons Your Sales Might Be Suffering

    Posted On June 12, 2016 by Robert Smith

    If you're struggling to close the sale with prospective B2B customers, you'll need to take a few steps back to re-evaluate your approach. Convincing a prospect to purchase your product or services isn't always easy, especially when the prospect is another business owner. However, the following mistakes will only hurt your efforts to close the sale, which is why it's a good idea to avoid them in your sales tactics.

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