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Verbal Skills for Sales Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. On a sales call, the one who ideally should talk the most is the _____.

Question 2 2. A good potential source for information on the person you're calling on is:

Question 3 3. If you use a PowerPoint presentation, don't just _____ the slides.

Question 4 4. A product's _____ are more important to discuss than the _____.

Question 5 5. What type of questions help you determine a client's needs?

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Question 6 6. Jenny is in the middle of a sales call. She is going through her presentation and she notices that one of the key decision makers there flinches a bit when she mentions the current sales of the company. What should she do?

Question 7 7. Which of the following should you do during the close?

Question 8 8. What do you have to pay attention to while you are making your sales call so you know if what you are saying is truly answering your potential client's concerns?

Question 9 9. In your initial planning stage, what should you find out about your key decision makers?

Question 10 10. Mickey is going on his first sales call. He is so excited, he goes empty handed to the the sales call. He knows everything by heart, so he feels that his enthusiasm is enough to close the deal. He arrives at his sales call and immediately proceeds with his presentation. He loses track of time while he is talking about the value-added points of his product. At the end of his presentation, his clients are so eager to see him go that they quickly tell him thank you for coming and they'll call him later. Mickey didn't get the deal. It looks like he messed up during the sales call. What did he do right, though?

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Question 11 11. Why is using the right tone of voice important in sales?

Question 12 12. In which of the following situations should you speak with a louder voice?

Question 13 13. If you are selling a point and shoot camera to someone who wants to take quick photos at sports games, which of the following features should you highlight by increasing your pitch?

Question 14 14. Which of these tones of voice will most likely make the most sales?

Question 15 15. Which of the following words should you use when selling a gluten free dog food to dog food owners that don't know much about ingredients but want to feed their dogs foods they won't be allergic to?

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Question 16 16. The customer you are speaking with tells you that it's important for him to have a lot of fun during the cruise he is planning on taking later this summer. What is his motivator?

Question 17 17. After asking questions to find out the needs of your customer, what do you need to do?

Question 18 18. When a buyer is motivated by security, which of the following aspects of a smart doorbell will you highlight to the customer?

Question 19 19. A potential buyer comes into your cell phone store and says he is looking for a new phone that does not require a contract. Which of the following questions would you ask to determine whether money is a motivator?

Question 20 20. One customer wants to have all the latest gadgets to show off to his friends. Which of the following motivators is he using to make his purchasing decisions?

Verbal Skills for Sales Chapter Exam Instructions

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