Profession network marketer
Network marketers apply various marketing strategies, including network marketing strategies to sell products and convince new people to also join in and start selling these products. They use personal relations to attract customers and sell various types of products.
- Marketing mix
Principle of marketing that describes the four fundamental elements in marketing strategies which are the product, the place, the price and the promotion.
- Characteristics of products
The tangible characteristics of a product such as its materials, properties and functions, as well as its different applications, features, use and support requirements.
- Network marketing
The specific marketing strategy that focuses on direct marketing and the sale of products to acquaintances or people in their network. This strategy also includes the recruiting of other people to be sales representatives and to represent the company.
- Sales argumentation
Techniques and sales methods used in order to present a product or service to customers in a persuasive manner and to meet their expectations and needs.
- Marketing principles
The principles of managing the relationship between consumers and products or services for the purpose of increasing sales and improving advertising techniques.
- Characteristics of services
The characteristics of a service that might include having acquired information about its application, function, features, use and support requirements.
Exchanging and conveying information, ideas, concepts, thoughts, and feelings through the use of a shared system of words, signs, and semiotic rules via a medium.
- Product comprehension
The offered products, their functionalities, properties and legal and regulatory requirements.
- Advertising techniques
The communication strategies intended to persuade or encourage an audience, and the different media which are used to achieve this goal.
- Implement sales strategies
Carry out the plan to gain competitive advantage on the market by positioning the company's brand or product and by targeting the right audience to sell this brand or product to.
- Work independently in sales
Develop one's own methods of operating with little to no supervision. Sell products, communicate with clients, and coordinate sales while working independently of others. Depend on one's self to perform day-to-day tasks.
- Apply social media marketing
Employ website traffic of social media such as Facebook and Twitter to generate attention and participation of existing and potential customers through discussion forums, web logs, microblogging and social communities for gaining a quick overview or insight into topics and opinions in the social web and handle inbound leads or inquiries.
- Implement marketing strategies
Implement strategies which aim to promote a specific product or service, using the developed marketing strategies.
- Apply strategic thinking
Apply generation and effective application of business insights and possible opportunities, in order to achieve competitive business advantage on a long-term basis.
- Carry out active selling
Deliver thoughts and ideas in impactful and influencing manner to persuade customers to become interested in new products and promotions. Persuade clients that a product or service will satisfy their needs.
- Apply customer engagement strategy
Engage customers with a company or a brand by employing several methods such as humanisation of the brand and social media usage. The initiative for engagement can come either from the consumer or the company and the medium of engagement can be online as well as offline.
- Sell products
Encourage sales by identifying the customer’s buying needs and by promoting benefits and features of the organisation’s products. Respond to and resolve customer objections and agree to mutually beneficial terms and conditions.
- Use different communication channels
Make use of various types of communication channels such as verbal, handwritten, digital and telephonic communication with the purpose of constructing and sharing ideas or information.
Optional knowledge and skillspublic relations sales strategies deal with pressure from unexpected circumstances customer relationship management identify new business opportunities project management demonstrate products' features prospect new customers respond to enquiries content marketing strategy achieve sales targets channel marketing build business relationships perform market research deliver a sales pitch develop professional network customer service
Source: Sisyphus ODB