2 comments on “LTV: what it takes to be a consistently GREAT sales person.
  1. Yes, it’s only natural that consumers buy from those people they LTV– like, trusted and feel valued by–it’s only human nature.

    But to answer your first questions, people buy from those branded products rather than those lesser-popular brands of the same product it’s because aside from LTV, it’s also about the brands’ credibility and popularity. They think that as long as a certain brand is popular, more consumers are also buying it.

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