Sales 101 Trivia: The Process! Quiz

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  • 1. 

    What is the Sales Process?

    • A.

      The Open

    • B.

      The Pitch

    • C.

      The Close

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above" because the sales process typically consists of three main stages: the open, the pitch, and the close. The open refers to the initial contact and introduction with the potential customer, where rapport is built. The pitch is the stage where the salesperson presents the product or service, highlighting its features and benefits. Finally, the close is the stage where the salesperson asks for the sale and handles any objections or negotiations. Therefore, all three stages are part of the sales process.

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  • 2. 

    How long do we have to get the opening out to our customers?

    • A.

      5 Seconds

    • B.

      10 Seconds

    • C.

      15 Seconds

    • D.

      As long as it takes.

    Correct Answer
    C. 15 Seconds
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 15 seconds because it suggests that there is a specific time limit for getting the opening out to customers. This implies that there is a sense of urgency and efficiency required in delivering the opening to customers within a reasonable timeframe. Choosing "as long as it takes" would imply that there is no time constraint or urgency in getting the opening out to customers, which may not be ideal in a business context where promptness and efficiency are valued.

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  • 3. 

    What phase do we present the product and address features and benefits?

    • A.

      The Open

    • B.

      The Pitch

    • C.

      The Close

    Correct Answer
    B. The Pitch
    Explanation
    In the pitch phase, we present the product and address its features and benefits. This is the stage where we showcase the product, highlighting its unique selling points and explaining how it can meet the needs and solve the problems of potential customers. The pitch phase is crucial in convincing the audience about the value and advantages of the product, ultimately leading to a potential sale.

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  • 4. 

    We should always ask for the sale in yes/no format.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Asking for the sale in a yes/no format may limit the potential response options and make it easier for the customer to decline. It is often more effective to use open-ended questions that encourage the customer to provide more information and engage in a conversation. This allows the salesperson to better understand the customer's needs and objections, and tailor their approach accordingly. Therefore, the statement that we should always ask for the sale in yes/no format is false.

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  • 5. 

    Which is the most important phase of the process?

    • A.

      The Open

    • B.

      The Pitch

    • C.

      The Close

    • D.

      They are all equally important

    Correct Answer
    D. They are all equally important
    Explanation
    Each phase of the process (The Open, The Pitch, and The Close) plays a crucial role in the overall success of the process. The Open sets the tone and establishes a connection with the audience, creating a strong foundation for the rest of the process. The Pitch is where the main information is presented, convincing the audience of the value and benefits. The Close is the final opportunity to reinforce key points and secure a positive outcome. Neglecting any of these phases can lead to a less effective process, making all of them equally important.

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  • 6. 

    Customer's needs and wants which match the product features:

    • A.

      Feature-benefit selling

    • B.

      Personal selling

    • C.

      Pre-approach

    • D.

      Consultative selling

    Correct Answer
    A. Feature-benefit selling
    Explanation
    Feature-benefit selling is the correct answer because it involves identifying the specific features of a product and highlighting how those features can benefit the customer. This approach focuses on understanding the customer's needs and wants and then presenting the product's features in a way that directly addresses those needs. By emphasizing the benefits, this selling technique aims to persuade the customer that the product is the best solution for their needs.

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  • 7. 

    A customer will get from a good or service and personal satisfaction

    • A.

      Emotional motives

    • B.

      Product features

    • C.

      Customer benefits

    • D.

      Rational motives

    Correct Answer
    C. Customer benefits
    Explanation
    Customer benefits refer to the advantages or value that a customer receives from a product or service. It includes both tangible and intangible benefits such as cost savings, convenience, improved productivity, enhanced well-being, or emotional satisfaction. This answer is correct because it accurately identifies the outcome or result that a customer can expect to gain from using a good or service. It highlights the importance of understanding and communicating the benefits to customers in order to attract and retain them.

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  • 8. 

    Buys goods and services before, but not on a regular basis:

    • A.

      Extensive decision making

    • B.

      Routine decision making

    • C.

      Limited decision making

    • D.

      Spur-of-the moment decision making

    Correct Answer
    C. Limited decision making
    Explanation
    Limited decision making refers to a situation where a consumer purchases goods and services infrequently and without a regular pattern. This means that the decision-making process is not extensive or routine, but rather occurs on a more sporadic basis. The consumer may engage in limited research and evaluation before making a purchase, but the level of involvement and consideration is not as high as in extensive decision making. Limited decision making is often associated with lower-cost items or items that are not considered to be highly important or significant to the consumer.

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