There has to be at least seven million different ways to sell a tote pump to a potential customer. The most basic way to do this is to simply present this object to a potential customer and ask them if they wish to buy it. But how does one go about the process of finding a potential customer? And what is the best way to ask them if they wish to purchase this particular product? And what does one do if the potential customer does not in fact wish to purchase this product? These are the questions that I would like to explore in this blog post?
QUESTIONS AS TO THE MANNER OF SELLING A TOTE PUMP PRESENT THEMSELVES FOR CONSIDERATION
Now that we have refined the questions on the table for exploration in the content of this blog post let us address them in their natural order. The first question for consideration is how does a person selling this product locate the potential customer who might be interested in purchasing it? The answer to this question is a relatively simple one. It essentially hinges on what populations of people might be in the market for this product. That is, who are the people who lack tote pumps and need them? Answer this question and you are well on your way towards making your first sale.
The next question up for consideration in this analysis is what is the best way in which to ask a potential customer whether they wish to purchase this particular product? The answer to this question is simple as well and it hinges on discovering the unique likes and dislikes of the potential customer to whom you are speaking. For example, if in your research you happen to discover that the potential customer is a history buff then you might want to inquire whether they know anything about tote pump history.