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Sales Truths: Position Yourself As An Expert, Then Position Your Store.

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WHY IT’S TRUE

When looking for a new car, I went to a dealership with a great reputation. But the salesman didn’t seem to know much about the product. I left and bought a car from a real expert. Your store’s image and reputation encourage prospects who are looking for a piece of jewelry to drop by. The perception is: This is a great store with diamond and jewelry experts. An expert does not immediately drop the four Cs or bore with technical knowledge. 

PLAN OF ACTION
Greet the customer in your normal friendly manner. Ask the customer questions that encourage her to discuss the reason for being in your store. First position yourself as the expert in the area of her greatest defined need. Then position your store and its benefits to support your expertise and the needs, wants and passions of your customer.

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