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Selling Today: Creating Customer Value, one of the most popular sales information books on the market, offers readers a blend of time-proven fundamentals and new practices needed to succeed in today's information economy. It emphasizes the need for salespeople to be guided by the new principle of personal selling: establishing partnerships that are maintained by customer value, created by the salesperson. This edition stresses the need for sales professionals to cope with new forces shaping the world of sales and marketing, and emphasizes the strategies for long-term success.It provides comprehensive coverage of consultative selling, strategic selling, partnering, and value-added selling. Sales force automation is also a major theme.For sales and marketing professionals.
Table of Contents
I. DEVELOPING A PERSONAL SELLING PHILOSOPHY. 1. Personal Selling and the Marketing Concept. 2. Personal Selling Opportunities in the Age of Information. II. DEVELOPING A RELATIONSHIP STRATEGY. 3. Creating Value with a Relationship Strategy. 4. Ethics-The Foundation for Relationships in Selling. III. DEVELOPING A PRODUCT STRATEGY. 5. Creating Product Solutions. 6. Product-Selling Strategies that Add Value. IV. DEVELOPING A CUSTOMER STRATEGY. 7. Understanding Buyer Behavior. 8. Developing a Prospect Base. V. DEVELOPING A PRESENTATION STRATEGY. 9. Approaching the Customer. 10. Creating the Consultative Sales Presentation. 11. Custom Fitting the Sales Demonstration. 12. Negotiating Buyer Concerns. 13. Closing the Sale and Confirming the Partnership. 14. Servicing the Sale and Building the Partnership. VI. MANAGEMENT OF SELF AND OTHERS. 15. Management of Self: The Key to Greater Sales Productivity. 16. Communication Styles: Managing the Relationship Process. 17. Management of the Sales Force.