Salesmanship meaning

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Salesmanship is defined as the level of skill you have in convincing people to buy or in persuading people to do something.

A worker at a car dealership who sells the most cars month after month is an example of a person with great salesmanship skills.

A manager who successfully motivates a staff to take on and accomplish a project on which they may be reluctant to work is an example of a person with great salesmanship skills.

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The ability, skill, or technique of selling.
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The skills and knowledge of how to sell.

The professional dealer's salesmanship was incredible, I was just looking but he managed to convince me to buy three times what I was considering buying over the next six months.

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(UK, marketing, business) A position as salesman.
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The conduct and attitude of salespeople, especially when considered commendable, as in selling goods or services effectively.
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