Reasons Why Buyers Say No

If you have spent much time selling, you probably already know that a “No” from a buyer may or may not really mean no.

During a buyer’s busy work schedule, talking to many sales people, sometimes saying no really means something else much deep.

Sales Gravy is a newsletter I have subscribed to for years — mostly because it gives down to earth advice in dealing effectively and efficiently with the sales process.  Since sales seems to be the hardest thing for new crafters looking to wholesale, I would like to share some tips from the article by Tom Hopkins:Reasons Why Buyers Say No

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