Change your outlook on selling in order to solve your customers' needs.
Plus a great tip for keeping your social media posts fresh.
Customers want to hear recommendations from people they trust.
While advertising can certainly help get the word out, there's another tool that can be incredibly effective: customer reviews and testimonials.
Plus tips on building a “capsule wardrobe.”
There are a couple of possible responses, both of which speak to the quality of your jewelry.
These seven actions will give you confidence and a detailed plan of action.
And an exercise to allow you to “get in your customers' heads.”
Start a Log and Laugh book for all the low and high points that lie ahead.
And for the things that don’t go quite so well, we share a fun way to flush them away.
Check off these action items as you go through the busiest month of the year.
Set your showroom apart with these proven relationship-building strategies.
Some customers need space before they need help.
Even after the customer leaves, you still have a chance to save the sale.
Here are three ways to encourage add-on sales and thereby help your clients finish their holiday shopping.
Also, how to recognize when to end a fun conversation with a client.
If you don’t encourage them to make the purchase together, you’re doing them a disservice.
Here’s why a digital business card may be a great option for you and your team.
They’re not in a hurry, so don’t rush them.
The distinction is whether or not the piece is truly “custom” or a special order.
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