4 Ways to make good Sales as an introvert


Not everyone is cut out to be a natural at selling stuff to other people. You first need to know if you are cut out for it before you can make good sales

One way to know if you are cut out for being a good sales person or not will be from the way you sell it.

Most introvert are actually like that and this singular trait alone can cost such a business to remain stagnant because in as much as the product is good and what the end users need, it really falls in the shoulder of those that own such business.

When it comes to strangers, most introverts feel shy about talking to potential customers and as much as it doesn’t help the company in that ragards there could be ways to help sort this out.

This content will basically discuss on 4 key ways to make your sales a more profitable one.

1. Be always ready to help them

As a trader or company owner, you need to know what your customers want and why they want it.

There are some of your customers that they primarily wants to sell the products they buy from you to their other customers.

For those sets of people, you can always strike a deal with them to pick an amount you can sell to them so they can also make profit when they also sell to their customers.

Once you are able to agree to that and you strike a good deal with such people, you tend to get a lot of sales and while you make your profit, the other person also makes profit from his or her sales too.

Aside the example i gave in the above paragraphs, if you run a service company, you can offer some special treats to some of your reliable customers.

Doing this will most likely propel them to patronise you more and also bring referrals to your business.

2. Accept them for who they are

There is power in words and action. Let’s give an instance, you run a restaurant business and you are obviously an introvert, you can’t go running on the street and start compelling people to come to your restaurant.

What you need do is to value the ones you have by seeing them as they like to be seen.

If your customer orders a particular menu and you know the menu may not be healthy for them, you can politely suggest a menu for them.

If they insist on the same menu as chosen before, you give it to them still.
When you start arguing with them, you make them feel they are being judged indirectly for making the choice for that menu which happens not to be too good for them.

3. Don’t impose your will on your customers

As a business person, it is part of your job to help customers through what they want to buy and recommend also but it’s not your place to deliberately choose for them.

One of the traits of a growing business is the art of silence.

When you as a business person gives your customers time to think through their choices and coming in when necessary, you give them more reasons to feel secured about what they intend to buy.

If you go all out in trying to convince the customer, the customer may feel insecure about it thinking you probably want to sell a product that is not good just to take it away from your store.

4. Sell what you can defend

When attempting to start selling any product, ensure you choose a product that you use on a personal level. That helps a lot whrn trying to relate with how customers feel about such products.

The whole summary of this tip is just to know your onions well before venturing into it.

The reason is that a lot of your potential clients may not know much about the product and will want to ask questions about it.

Giving them an unsure vibe while answering their questions won’t convince them enough to buy from you.

From these four tips given, you can kick start a change in your marketing approach so as to be able to enjoy the benefits it has to offer.

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Komolafe Timileyin is a passionate entrepreneur that loves to solve entrepreneurial issues. He is also a blogger and an upcoming Engineer.

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