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Dealing with customer objections when selling

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Selling to some customers is more demanding than selling to others. People can have objections – sometimes justifiable, sometimes not – it’s how you deal with them that counts. Price is a common sticking point, of course. So how can you turn a ‘no’ into a sale?

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