Puppy dog sales technique – how does it work? The name of this method was established from the strategy pursued by pets’ shop owners who sell puppies to children of parents who do not want to have a dog in the house. This method is also called puppy dog close technique. When a child insists on the idea of having a dog, parents often agree to visit pet store, only to watch the animals. In the hope that this visit will satisfy the need for the child and give themselve some peace of mind with asking about the dog. When a child likes any puppy, and parents hesitate, the seller proposes to take the puppy home for the weekend and guarantees the possibility of return, if they did not like the puppy.
Parents agree, hoping that their baby will get bored and usually so happens, but they themselves do not have the conscience to return the animal back, so the dog stays at home on a permanent basis, and the money stays in the pet shop.
This method owes its effectiveness to the fact that people quickly become accustomed to the product they use. I suspect that you constantly go to the same hair stylist and you are still using the same toothpaste. This is due to the habit.
Many companies propose to test their product as a trial for some time before deciding to buy. The same happens in any car dealership where we can count on a test drive.
There is a company that provides paid storage place for junk that is rarely useful at home. Customers get a free month using the storage. People who brought their stuff to the storage, rarely return for them, and after a month they get used to the situation and pay for the storage space. This is an excellent example of the effectiveness of the finalisation of the puppy dog sales technique.