By Lawrence L. Steinmetz
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It can be the one, single thing that makes or breaks your sale. Service is incredibly important. And the good news is that it is easy to compete on service, because very few businesses really (we mean, really) want to compete on service. Most businesses are run by the people who work in a business, and most people run businesses for themselves. As a consequence, they often treat the customer as an unnecessary inconvenience. We Are Your Full-Service Bank— We Are Open from 9:00 to 5:00 Businesses often give minimal service to their customers, but they tell themselves that they give a lot.
And, usually, the people who f lex that kind of muscle: (1) have a good reason for doing so, (2) accept no other sources, and (3) know that savings of a few dollars “over there” is just plain stupid. They Can’t Get It There, Even Though It’s Available The third reason that prospects will tell you that they can get your stuff somewhere else cheaper is that they can’t, even though they can. This is not double talk. The real truth is, even when it is widely known that your competitor is offering the same stuff at less money and can deliver it, your prospect actually can’t buy it from your competitor because your competitor won’t sell it to them.
2. They do all the complaining. Pure price-buyers do this for the following reasons: • They believe that complaining builds character in salespeople. They learned long ago that complaining will almost always get them some sort of price concession or special deal. The basis of that logic is that most people do not believe that someone complains unless there really is something to complain about. Therefore, most people who hear complaints from their customers believe that there must be something seriously wrong or they wouldn’t complain in the first place.