Last time, we discussed not selling cars like they are “power tools” in your advertising. You know, “the best this, the best that”— it is so cliché and it doesn’t resonate with women. Here are four recommendations to ensure that your sales approach doesn’t fall into the “power tool sales” category, but rather, speaks to women about what’s important to them:…Continue
Women buyers have different reasons than men for choosing where they finalize the deal. Understanding the nuances of women’s buying habits can mean the difference of making a sale or losing it.
It's easy to make the assumption that price is the first priority. Price does matter, but it’s weighed along with more emotional priorities like…Continue
Added by Anne Fleming on November 4, 2015 at 2:20pm — No Comments