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The Advertising Sales Process From Lead to Close

James Hill, Advertising Sales Training

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8 Videos (55m)
    • Trailer

      0:56
    • Welcome to my class, todays lesson is on making a strong introduction

      The Sales Process.pptx
      3:07
    • Welcome to the class, todays lesson is on questioning techniques

      6:01
    • Welcome to my class, today's lesson is covering the presentation stage of the sales process

      3:44
    • Welcome to my class, today's lesson is about closing the sale

      6:12
    • Making Appointments

      The Art to getting Appointments.pptx
      13:22
    • Welcome to my class 'Handling Objections'

      Handling Objections.pptx
      6:52
    • Welcome to Closing the Sale

      15:13

About This Class

Course Overview

A wonderful comprehensive video course of the full sales process, starting with the introduction, questioning, presenting and closing stages.

In this video course it is vital to James that the video projects the importance of clear communication. The use of charisma, charm, sincerity, honesty and a aura of positive body language must be integrated into the sales process. The importance of having a strong product or service is of course, valuable, however, essentially ‘people buy people’. Clients and prospects will always do business with the people they like.

This video course gives a vital insight into how to project yourself using the sales stages

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James Hill

Advertising Sales Training

James started his career at United Newspapers Ltd, now called UBM Plcwww.ubm.com, London, UK.

During his career James first started in B2B magazines across various sectors. James had the privilege of working for Building magazine, which is one of the United Kingdom's oldest business-to-business magazines. This Magazine was launched as The Builder in 1843 by Joseph Aloysius Hansom - architect ofBirmingham Town Hall and designer of the Hansom Cab. The journal was renamed Building in 1966...

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