After a dizzying two weeks of checking and rechecking eBook files on all the different eReaders (Kindle, Kindle Fire, Nook, Nook HD, iPad with Kindle app, etc.), Smile: Sell More with Amazing Customer Service is finally available in eBook format. This sales training ebook will have your staff delighting customers and selling more, starting today!
If you have an Apple iPad, simply download the free Kindle app and you can read this sales training ebook, Smile, on your iPad after you purchase it in Kindle eBook format. You can also read it on your Kindle, or Nook.
Smile: Sell More with Amazing Customer Service is a 60-minute crash course in customer service and sales. Packed with invaluable tips and advice, Smile’s simple, practical approach will help you sell more, starting today. A quick, 60-minute read, it could easily be the best gift you ever give yourself or your employees.
If you’re using this sales training eBook to train new employees or current staff, choose one or two concepts to practice each day or each week – it’s easy to implement! Don’t have a training program or training manual? Let Smile be your trainer!
While there are many customer service and sales training books on the market, Smile has a unique advantage. This sales training eBook a quick and easy read – a crash course. You can read it in 60 minutes or less. This means: 1) you and your staff will actually read it, and 2) you can start today. Learn powerful customer service skills for success.
“I read a LOT of business books – 100+ a year since 1989. Out of all of the customer service books I have ever read this is absolutely the BEST to give to ALL of your employees as a good, solid, fundamental book “handbook” on why customer service is so incredibly critical – and how to deliver it well.”
John Spence, Top 100 Small Business Influencer in America
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Kirt Manecke is the author of the award-winning books Smile: Sell More with Amazing Customer Service, and Smile & Succeed for Teens: Must-Know People Skills for Today’s Wired World. Learn more on Kirt’s website.