Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Network Marketing and Sales Training

Network Marketing on the internet is a booming business ready to explode. How do you capitalize on your sales? Up until recently most sales have been done passively through emails or clicks to a site. But as the competition grows and the marketers, more savvy, how do you stay ahead of the pack and set yourself apart? How do you close the sale instead of the other guy?

My name is Corie Wallace; I have been in sales most of my adult life and have been quite successful at it. I have worked for over 20 years as a sales specialist, manufacturers representative where I was responsible for multiple lines. Last year I generated in one category alone over 6 million dollars in sales in one year and grew company's businesses by 20-30% consistently. I've dealt with high level corporations with multi branches requiring many sessions of sales techniques and training with people at all levels of skill and helped make each one a success. After so many years of helping make the wealthy, wealthier; I opt to help you the individual get your business off the ground and the experienced entrepreneur that extra something that puts them over the top.

Over the next few weeks, I’d like to go over some of the nuances of good salesmanship and success. Here I will break down the sales process:

• How to handle objections effectively.
• What can you do to improve your listening skills?
• What are the customer's real needs?
• How to offer information and close the sale.
• How to instill confidence in your prospect.
• Why “you” are the key element to your success.
• How do we translate that into internet marketing?
• Using the social networks to get free leads and build a larger sphere of influence.

I want to help you learn how to create a perceived value for yourself. Learning the technical aspects of internet sales and marketing is important, search engine optimization and link popularity a must, but it all really comes down to “who does the customer want to do business with “ that is the key. You need to set yourself apart, learn how to build a relationship with your customer base, grow your business by selling the customer their needs not your "cash cow".

Remember the best salesperson is the one who believes there is always something to learn from the person they are trying to do business with.

I look forward to these trainings with you and sharing my knowledge. I invite you to contact me with your questions.
Through you, I will learn just a little bit more.

Wishing you much success.

Corie Wallace

cwallace.1000@gmail.com
skype: corie.wallace
508-660-8640





1 comment:

Brenda said...

Hi Corie, Your new blog looks great, interesting post! You are off to a great start. It gets much easier. Can't wait to read more.
Brenda Franzo
http://free-page.net/web/brendafranzo.htm