Questions About Closing More Sales

Don’t confuse selling to someone, with someone who is buying. I bought an SUV, actually I almost did – until the whole process was so ridiculous, I just walked out. Anyway, the salesperson I tried to work with, didn’t make any attempt to talk to me, even though he was just standing on the lot …

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“Tell us more about Questions”

The Short Version… Questions help you set appointments that show.Questions immediately set the direction of the sale.Questions give you ‘hot button’ info to help you sell.Questions help you sell what you have in inventory.Questions build the value and lead to a close.Questions cause people to take mental ownership.Questions set up a non-price negotiation.Questions close the …

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Mileage Matters Again

Here in California, premium is almost $5 a gallon, up from $3.99 not long ago and I have to buy about 40 gallons a month. Diesel went up $1, too. My truck holds 36 gallons + 70 more in the auxilary tank for equipment, so I also buy another 200 gallons of diesel a month. …

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Closing & Negotiating…

How salespeople miss sales that could have easily become deliveries Your Opportunity To Deliver More Units We know 78% (8 out of 10) of the people on your lot came to buy. We also know that 86% are flexible and buy a different color, equipment or vehicle than they said they wanted. I will agree, …

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Got Any Room To Improve?

Rate Yourself 1-10… ○ Control during the sale ○ Following our 8-Step Process ○ Finding ‘wants & needs’ for targeted demos & presentations ○ Bypassing price on the lot ○ Building value to help you close ○ Closing for a solid commitment ○ Negotiating (not dropping price) ○ Holding gross ○ Selling the ‘other’ units …

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Work on Commission…?

Why wouldn’t everyone on commission do something every month to improve? A lot of people in dead end jobs figure “What’s the point – no matter how hard I work or improve, I won’t earn more money.” For a lot, that’s very true. I’ve worked with other people in many ‘dead end’ jobs and I’m …

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Closing & Negotiating…

You have to ‘close’ the sale two times, first to get a commitment to head inside, and then to get a final agreement to own it. “Working The Deal” Means Negotiating Terms And Closing To Deliver Most people in sales don’t think they negotiate, and of those who do, most don’t like it – because …

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What’s Your ‘One Thing’…?

There’s always ‘one thing’ (or more) that you can improve! What If You Could Learn The ‘One Thing’…? ● one question you could ask to break the ice quickly, when you first meet someone● one sales process you could follow every time, to sell more● one question to move away from price, so you could …

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Avoid more objections when you close!

Stop adding more objections & make closing the sale easier. How many times has a customer given you an objection like, “It’s too much,” and you made the mistake of thinking you’ll close it quick with, “Not a problem, we’ll make you the deal of the month.” Only to have them add another one… “We …

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Another Question…

What would you do if a couple came in and enthusiastically asked to see the new Mustang? ○ Show it to them.○ Tell them how great it is.○ Give them a demo.○ Try to close. The problem with assuming… A man ran into the drugstore and asked if they had a cure for hiccups. The …

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From $37K to $127K after class

“From $34,000 a year to $127,000 after your class.” “I was a detail manager for 7 years before moving into sales and making about $34,000 a year.  When I started selling cars in 2019, my Dealer and Managers sent me to your 2-day sales class and that’s where you convinced me that everyone is a buyer. …

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Ask your way to the sale!

As the 8 car guy my first 5 years, the only questions I asked were; how much down, what payments did you want, do you have a trade, what do you owe, how’s your credit, are you ready to buy today? Before I sold cars again, I learned more about selling and I learned why …

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Sean Gardner Talks Closing On CBT News

Joe Verde trainer, Sean Gardner, was featured on the morning broadcast for CBT News to explain how to give customers a world-class experience when they buy a vehicle, virtually or in person. The extensive interview talks about the top three ways to simplify closing, and selling how customers want to buy, including: Avoid pre-qualifying the …

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My average is 23 & doubled my gross!

“Hello Joe, it’s  been  a little over a year and a half since my first improvements when I first started selling cars, and I just keep improving my units and gross profit. I would like to thank you and the entire Joe Verde team for creating an amazing training program on JVTN®. Because I developed …

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Get Involved In Your Own Career!

Congrats To Jackson & Team! “We doubled our units and our gross is incredible!” “I was taught your process when I first got into the car business and now we take training chapters on JVTN® together every day. We discuss the subject, we practice, and salespeople follow your 8-step process 100%, bypass price and are …

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Getting A $1,000 Raise

“I’ve already given myself a $1,000 raise.” “I have been in the car business for 4 months. My first month was a training month for me. But after that, I hit the ground running. My first month I sold 8, then 13 and last month 11 and I’ve been top salesperson the last 3 months …

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Stop Killing Your Sales

Stop bringing up down payment, payments, trades and price to select a vehicle – it’s killing your sales volume and your income. I was headed to a class and sat next to a woman on the flight. We started talking about cars and she told me she had just gotten a new one. I asked …

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Your hard work paid off!

“From 13 cars and $7,000 to selling 14-15 cars and $15,000.” “I’ve been selling for 1 year and just attended your Closing and Negotiation Workshop with several salespeople from my dealership. Wake up call – I never realized how just changing a few words can impact my entire sales process. We left that workshop energized …

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