The salesperson has to make a living, but they don’t have to make a killing.
This is a question that is very difficult to answer. I could throw out some statistics about salespeople making $100K+ but I’m not going to do that because it wouldn’t be a reliable source for this answer. For salespeople, there is a “hut” and a “taunt” to the numbers. The hut is the “typical” salesperson. Their income is typically higher than the typical salesperson, but their job is really the opposite of the average person.
The typical salesperson earns $0.03 per hour so that would mean that the average salesperson makes $3000.00 per year. But the hut is the hut. The average salesperson makes $33.67 per hour, and the average salesperson makes $10.04 per hour. The hut is typically made up of a group of about 6-8 salespeople that work together. The other part of the hut are the taunt to the numbers.
In order to make money, a salesperson needs to make sure that they sell to the right person at the right time. If they don’t sell on time to the right person, they’ll lose their jobs. The actual people who are interested in your sale might not even know you exist. So what is the average length of time it takes to sell someone a copy of a book? The average salesperson sells a book in about four hours.
When a person signs up for a salesperson position, that person must register with the company, which gives the company a record of who has signed up, and how many copies they sold. This is also a way to determine if the person is even worth their time. If they haven’t sold a single book in two years, they probably aren’t worth your time.
In the case of a company like Amazon, you see a different story. Amazon pays its salespeople per book. You see salespeople working for the company make less. Why? Because a book can cost anywhere from $4.99 to $14.99. So when your salesperson says they sold 1000 books, that doesnt mean they sold 1000 copies of the book, it means they sold 1000 copies of the book that was advertised.
That is a good point because books are much more cost-effective than selling a DVD or CD. You only pay for them when you want to watch them. If it costs you $5 to watch a DVD, you spend $5 to watch a DVD, but you only pay for it when you want to watch it. If you want to watch it now, it costs $10 to watch it.
In my opinion, the right number for a salesperson to generate is anywhere from 4.99 to 14.99. That is the right number because it is the right number for the right time. The right time for a salesperson to generate revenue is when you’re in the store, when you’re buying books, and when you’re checking out at the end of your buying spree. The salesperson should not be spending too much time searching for books and DVDs and CDs in the store.
The right number for a salesperson to generate is anywhere from 4.99 to 14.99. That is the right number because it is the right number for the right time. The right time for a salesperson to generate revenue is when youre in the store, when youre buying books, and when youre checking out at the end of your buying spree. The salesperson should not be spending too much time searching for books and DVDs and CDs in the store.
So now that you know what a salesperson should be spending their time searching for, here are some numbers to help you get started. I think the most important number to start with is a number that is often overlooked; a number that gives you a pretty good idea of how much your salesperson is spending on your items.