Are you ready to make a deal today? Grab your coffee, grab your Gameplan, and get rolling.
Closing a sale is a culmination of a sequence of events that lead up to the customer saying “Yes, I would like to buy that car.” A professional salesperson has many tools at his or her disposal to help move a prospect through the buying process. Below are a few power tips that you may want to keep in your toolbox to help you close more deals.
The auto industry is currently pacing to sell over 16 million vehicles this year. Americans are buying cars and trucks at a very healthy pace. Traffic is flowing in the doors and things are returning to their pre-recession figures (at most dealerships). Those who have been in the business long enough know that markets change. Demand - and therefore customer traffic - goes up and down.
As we approach the busy selling season, it's time to ramp-up your sales team. This month, help your team get back to the basics - they still work!
Managers, take a minute with each of your salespeople to monitor their sales and appointments so far this month. Here's how:
Managers, take 15 minutes this morning to start your team off on the right foot.
Salespeople, here are a few quick tips to help you make the most of your day:
To sell smarter you need to eliminate all those things that waste your - and your customer's - time. How can you work more efficiently? Try steering clear of these time-wasters:
Winter can be a challenging time for salespeople in the automotive industry. It’s easy to get swept up in the holiday season and lose focus on selling. Instead of losing productivity to lighter floor traffic and more distractions, it’s time to play Season Defense. The best sales teams use this time to circle their wagons, refocus on the basics, and keep improving.
There isn't a salesperson alive who hasn't experienced a slump. If you find yourself coasting downhill, here are four steps to follow to pick yourself back up: