Sales is all about closing the deal, and the key to closing is being persuasive. 

The art of persuasion is nuanced and it takes time to master, but there are some general tips and guidelines you can follow. In fact, there are scientifically proven intricacies of persuasion that you can implement into your sales process to see better results. For example, use the following to be more persuasive:

– Simplify your message with visuals.

– Use conversational language.

– Convey scarcity or exclusivity.

– Use social proof to earn trust.

– Etc.

There are even specific words that have been proven to be more persuasive, and including these words in your sales communication can improve results.

Check out the infographic from GetCRM below to learn more about these persuasive words and techniques.

Persuasive Techniques

Julia Manoukian

Author: Julia Manoukian

Julia is focused on creating, managing and producing everything content-related at Sales for Life. From product to content marketing, she is committed to constantly evolving the company's marketing strategy to exceed the demands of the ever-changing buyer.

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