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  • As a professional sales trainer, I have discovered a very important aspect of adult learning: people love simplicity. The simpler the better. I wrote this book with that goal in mind; to reveal the simplicity of selling. Selling is simple. Simple is fun. That is why the KISS principle (Keep It Simple Salespeople) prevails. This book offers an approach that strips away the perceived complexities of selling and discusses selling in its purest form: a dialogue between two human beings. The required skills of an effective sales professional have become increasingly sophisticated.

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  • Our experience in working with nearly 1,000 bankers has conclusively demonstrated that the greatest training value is obtained when participants actually retain and confidently use what they were taught. The key to retention is repetition over some period of time; lasting results can never be obtained from one-time motivational pep talks, CDs or TeleTraining alone. There must be an element of personal, consistent follow-up and contact.

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  • In this chapter you will understand the importance and nature of personal selling. Know the three basic sales tasks and what the various kinds of salespeople are expected to do. Know what the sales manager must do including selecting, training, and organizing salespeople to carry out the personal selling job. Understand how the right compensation plan can help motivate and control salespeople.

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  • Customer 3 has the highest SCR. Therefore, ABC Computers should identify customer 3 and target more of their marketing efforts (mailers, advertisements etc.) towards customer 3 Also, customer 3’s size-of-wallet (column A), is the largest. Important measure of customer loyalty; however, SW is unable to provide a clear indication of future revenues and profits that can be expected from a customer.

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  • In Think Like Your Customer Bill Stinnett draws upon more than two decades as a sales professional and consultant to the Fortune 500 to offer you a powerful new approach for connecting with clients and building enduring, highly profitable customer relationships.

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  • The systematic acquisition of real estate properties over time is unquestionably one of the surest means of accumulating wealth. While building a respectable real estate portfolio is a process that can take months, or even years, the patient and diligent investor enjoys a high probability of earning above-average returns for his or her efforts. Careful analysis, however, is required for each and every property considered. Proper analysis is not limited to a simple review of the property’s condition and location. To be successful in this business requires a more exhaustive approach....

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  • Chapter 15. Personal Selling. When You Finish This Chapter, You Should: 1. Understand the importance and nature of personal selling. 2. Know the three basic sales tasks and what the various kinds of salespeople can be expected to do.

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  • Chapter 16. Advertising and Sales Promotion. When You Finish This Chapter, You Should: 1. Understand why a marketing manager sets specific objectives to guide the advertising effort. 2. Understand when the various kinds of advertising are needed.

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  • Tourism Marketing for Cities and Towns teaches readers how to develop a city’s brand to attract tourists and their spending. The brand that is developed will use a city’s already existing tourist attractions, distinctive cultural features, natural beauty, and/or heritage. These unique features plus the available tourist services can then be packaged together and promoted to tourist segments, including day visitors, business travelers, and traditional tourists.

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  • Relatively recently, after the availability of scanned data from supermarkets some authors started studying the choices of individual consumers in response to price discounts rather then focusing on the overall store sales. Such approach allows to separate the e ect price reduction has on the number of items individual consumer buys from the number of consumers price reduction attracts to the shop. Moreover, it became possible to see which goods consumers purchase together and how this behavior changes in response to price reductions. Van den Poel et al.

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  • A context-sensitive approach to sustainable planning and development helps to protect public health, safety, andwelfare. By avoiding inherent site problems, or constraints, and by capitalizing on inherent site assets, or opportunities, site planners can limit long-term maintenance costs and, more important, reduce the risks to life and property from natural hazards. The careful analysis of sites—and the site’s context—can lead to better development proposals and, ultimately, to higher-quality built environments. Qualified site planners and designers are vital to this process.

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  • But here’s where our world of sales and sales prospecting gets really strange. For, as often as telecallers are expecting too much too soon on initial approaches, there are even more telecallers who expect too little. They say they are calling to “introduce their company” which rarely creates enough interest to sustain a 10-minute conversation. And, to make it worse, it is true. When asked the “objective” of their first call to a decision-maker many, many salespeople really believe it is to introduce their company. That used to be a waste of a dime.

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  • Another important change can be traced to the 1960s and 1970s, when some producers and dealers began testing the possibility of selling rough diamonds through alternative channels instead of the traditional practice of selling through the unified sales channel of De Beers’ CSO (see.Figure.8). In the 1990s major producers began breaking away from the CSO (later transformed into the Diamond Trading Company, or DTC) to start selling their diamonds independently on the global market.

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  • The last 30 years have been tough on the image of telemarketing. Even though most companies are reputable, most callers are honest and most products and services offer good value, more often than not prospects have very bad things to say about being contacted by phone. I think this is good news. For those of us willing to use fresh approaches, the road is very clear. It’s pretty easy to set ourselves above “stereotypical telemarketers.

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  • A Gallup study of over 250,000 sales people and 25,000 sales managers supports our internal findings that the highest performers use a variety of sales approaches and styles. Even within the same company, many different sales approaches are used by these top performers. In fact, if all the top performers were forced to use a single sales style, many of them would cease to be top producers, would get frustrated and quit. Gallup’s conclusion: No one style is best. Gallup’s study supports our consistent findings: The bank must be flexible enough to allow people to...

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  • The mystery shopping identifies potentially significant failings in the PPI sales processes of some firms. Several of the firms shopped did not comply with the specific regulatory requirements in ICOB or treating their customers fairly when undertaking these transactions. The mystery shopping results highlight standards of behaviour that fall below our expectations and raise questions about firms’ systems and controls. They may also indicate failures in the quality of staff training and competence.

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  • Since pay per click scams depend on technology, brands can use technology-based strategies to fight them. Highly effective automated solutions can detect search ad abuse, prioritize for the worst offenders and then automatically take action. Initiating and driving these strategies should be a top priority for marketing organizations that wish to maximize returns from their paid search investments. Most marketing teams work with their legal department to develop policies, report templates and procedures.

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  • State criminal codes and law enforcement approaches State criminal codes address auto theft. About half of states distinguish motor vehicle theft as a felony property crime, while a few designate it as grand theft or larceny. In other states, auto theft can be charged under more general theft criminal statutes. Many states cover unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in criminal law, often with misdemeanor or lower felony penalties.

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  • Malware-type clickbots infect machines in order to achieve IP diversity, and their traffic may or may not be as easily iden- tifiable as that generated by for-sale clickbots. Clickbot.A is a malware-type clickbot, and is identified as a trojan by some anti-virus packages. The result of a VirusTOTAL scan, which runs various anti-virus scanners, on the Clickbot.A binary pro- duced the results shown in Table 1 in the Appendix, as noted by SANS handler Swa Frantzen [2]. Many of the popular virus scanners includingMcAfee, Sophos, and Symantec did not detect that Clickbot.

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  • There are many underutilized and vacant urban lots throughout the world, which are held by private investors who are interested in maximizing their wealth by land development. Three approaches are commonly used for property and land valuation (Appraisal Institute, 2001; Baum and Crosby, 1988; Isaac, 2002). The first is the cost approach, which estimates the property by summing the land value and the depreciated value of any improvements.

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