Tap Peak Selling Period of the Year
Thanksgiving is a great time when we enjoy and give thanks for the sacrifice for the blessing of the harvest and the heading year. After Thanksgiving is a great time to apply for sales jobs, the sales industry gets busier this time of the year, and more salespeople will be needed for this peak season.
Many companies are hiring sales force personnel in anticipation of the busy holiday shopping season. It is a very positive atmosphere for both companies and applicants. This time of year gives companies and businesses the chance to let go of the underperformers and hire someone like you.
If you have the persistence and heart of the lion, it is time to prove yourself. Sales companies are willing to give higher pay for the right salesperson. Those who have performed well will land jobs with better incentives and higher pay with career advancement. You can have a great career in direct selling. Sales jobs offer opportunities for you to earn more. It is one of those jobs that is not being outsourced to overseas.
Sales a Lucrative Career
Having a career as a salesperson in the Digital Marketing Agency can be very lucrative if you are a real performer. The sales industry offers excellent opportunities this time of the year.
As salaries, bonuses and incentives have grown more prominent, and sales companies have gotten better in hiring the right people for their salesforce. Unfortunately, that also means a hard and tedious hiring process to prove yourself as a great salesperson.
Many ways can help you start a career in selling. Preparation in applying for the job should be meticulously done. Before you can sell products or services, you’ll have to sell yourself first to the executives and managers of the sales companies to get accepted.
Here are the three strategies for applying for sales jobs after Thanksgiving:
1. Plan and Make Yourself Shine With Your Resume
To plan is to assess your situation. Organize your thoughts and identify your proven skills that will help you in selling. Highlight your experience that is relevant and applicable to the sales job. If you have previous selling experience, you will have to impress the managers and executives on your performance against the quota.
As part of your preparation, you will have to figure out the most realistic salary you can get and how you to convince your interviewer that you deserve such compensation.
Your resume is the tool that will accomplish this as it proves your worth in writing. Create a resume that highlights your great qualities as an effective salesperson. Make sure that it’s presentable without any typos.
It is always best to customize your resume for the sales job that you are applying for. Make your resume unique without being fancy. Your resume should be concise, and no longer than two pages so make sure all the information you include is relevant.
2. Know The Company You Are Applying For
Applying for a job without getting information about the company doesn’t sound right. You should research the company that you are applying to. The easiest way is through the internet. Just a few clicks and the company information in front of you.
Research the corporate reports which will tell you how the sales company is doing. You could also wish to talk to a sales representative before the interview. The sales rep can give you a more personal or from-the-trenches perspective.
The best ways to find out more about the sales company is to interview their customers. If you go into an interview with this information about the company, the managers and the executives will be impressed with you.
Doing your homework in getting to know the sales company will give you an edge because it shows that you are interested in and eager to work for the company. So demonstrating your familiarity with the business environment will leave a great impression among the interviewers.
3. Compare the Details and Ask Questions
It is always wise to submit applications to several different companies to have a better chance of getting hired. Of course, there is a chance that several desirable job offers will come at the same time.
If that happens, select the best one that you think will give you a good salary and security of tenure. If you are faced with two great job offers at the same time, you have the challenge of comparing the two job offers based on the type of company and what they can provide you with — salary/wage, insurance, opportunities for advancement, incentives, employee culture.
This requires more research and perhaps talking to the companies about their offer to help you make the best decision. By doing this, you will not miss out on the best opportunity for you.
Author: Usman Raza is the co-founder of Christian Marketing Experts and marketing strategist working with various brands online, and the content marketing manager of Seedx.us. He is devoted to helping small businesses bridge success gaps by providing in-depth, actionable advice on digital marketing, SEO, and small business growth. Follow him on Twitter @usmanintrotech.