Spring is the busiest time for many companies when you try to achieve budgets and get the sales running after summer. The best months can be October, November, and December. There’s no time for the extra hassle when time is short. Everything has to run smoothly and teams must know all the necessary information and know where everyone is going. Couple of things you should bear in mind are:

  1. Determine your goals.
  2. Choose a product and a target audience.
  3. Don’t forget marketing, for example, direct marketing (targeting, measurable and cost-efficient)
  4. Select the ideal time to run your campaign.
  5. Select a discount.
  6. Make sure you have enough inventory to satisfy volume.
  7. Tighten up your delivery schedule.
  8. Analyze and decide the metrics.
  9. Take care of the customers.

As a salesperson, it’s important to be SMART about your sales goals. SMART is a well-known industry acronym for sales goals that are 




Realistic and 


Specific: One of the biggest pitfalls in setting sales goals is not being specific enough.