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Buying Decisions: The Implicit Vs. The Explicit
Monday, 30 Apr, 2012
Buying Decisions: The Implicit Vs. The Explicit

When I began talking about ‘helping buyers buy’, or ‘decision facilitation’ in 1988, people thought I was a bit eccentric, to say the least. “I help buyers buy too,” I used to hear. “I find out what they need, position my solution in a way they understand that it will resolve their pain, and give […]

Selling for the banking industry
Friday, 28 Jan, 2011
Selling for the banking industry

Banks sell very similar products. Of course each bank has its own special sauce, but overall, the products are similar-enough to lull prospective buyers into believing that it doesn’t matter which bank they buy from, or which solution they choose.
PROBLEMS SELLING A BANKING SOLUTION
Bankers therefore encounter a few problems when selling: if solutions seem the same, how […]

What Is The Job Of A Seller?
Friday, 7 Aug, 2009
What Is The Job Of A Seller?

I have a question: if your job is to get people to buy your solution, why do you spend so much time doing stuff that doesn’t bring in business?
I  recently spoke with a sales guy who told me that for two years he’s been making appointments to do presentations for a relatively small ticket solution, and then […]