Mistake #11: You don’t seek to “upgrade” your buyers | TravelResearchOnline


Mistake #11: You don’t seek to “upgrade” your buyers

Upgrade is in quotes because I don’t necessarily endorse the concept of “up-selling.” I do, however, endorse the practice of “selling right”. And if “right’ is “up”, I say go for it. I also endorse “selling down” if it is the right thing to do.

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Bottom line: Sell right. And “right” does not mean “what is right for you”. It means “what is right for the customer”. This does not always translate to instant profitability either.

But over the course of the year, if the account remains profitable, maintain the relationship at all costs. If the account is unprofitable, it may be time to raise your prices or sever relationships with this particular customer.

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