Three Tips For Every First Time Rep That Works With Market America

Selling is a big part of what you do at Marker America. You are not just selling anything. You are selling technology. You are going to get clients who will automatically buy what you offer. You are going to come across clients who need to be poked and prodded a little bit more.

A former Market America Rep has been gracious enough to offer some special tips to help you first-time reps. These tips are designed to help make your job of selling somewhat easier.

1) Start identifying your goals and what you want to achieve.

“You got to have a goal. Do you have a goal?”

Kit, Pretty Woman 1990

You cannot move forward in Market America unless you know who you are and what you want out of your place in the company. You cannot just say you want to make money. Everyone wants to make money. Your goals need to be more specific and more in tune with your personality. You cannot become a success unless you know who you are and what you can bring to the company.

2) You need to know that selling is not an art form. You might have heard that before, but you need to listen. Selling is as much a part of science and technology as the products are. You cannot treat every customer the same. Every customer brings you something new and different. You will interact with every customer differently. It is a process. Their needs are just as important as yours.

3) You need to focus on the clients in Market America who want to buy. This method is the cornerstone of your business. You cannot waste your time on people who do not really have an interest.

Plant the seed. Some of the seeds are going to grow. Others will remain lifeless in Market America. The clients who want to buy are going to be your bread and butter. The others ones are just going to be icing on the cake.

 

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2011-06-23/market-americas-american-dream-machine