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upsell

An e-commerce technique that attempts to sway a customer to purchase a more expensive model/version or additional merchandise that may be used with the product. Widely employed, upselling is very enticing because buyers are already in the mode of purchasing something they want. It is also very profitable. "Cross-selling" is similar but persuades the user to buy a related product; for example, "If you like X, you may like Y" or "Users who bought X also bought Y."
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Most common upsells include larger coffees, bigger meals, sweets and chocolates and side dishes such as onion rings and chips.
In a complex scenario, these upsells can be afterthoughts; CPQ flags them for salespeople during quote creation and allows customers to consider additional products and services during the proper point of the sales process instead of at its end.
For most labs, upsells are an inherent part of the job and should always be encouraged because they translate to more revenue per client.
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Besides, incoming calls are a wonderful opportunity for upsells.
Thus, a rep who upsells batteries is rewarded the same way as one who sells a comforter to go with a sheet set.