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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsellingsell‧ing /ˈselɪŋ/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 BBTthe job and skill of persuading people to buy things 🔊 a career in selling
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sellingInstead, the dealers took the short-term view, judged that Clinton's credibility would suffer, and began selling.Five years ago rugby club chiefs were in favour of selling but the cricket club committee was firmly against.By definition the process excludes personal selling.Companies which utilize an aggressive sales policy, based on personal selling, are said to be adopting a push strategy.Of the two groups the former are more biassed towards persuasive selling, whilst the latter tend to be order-takers. 7.Consumer capitalism was founded on the selling of acquisitiveness.A sales channel is merely the route that goods take through the selling process from a supplier to a customer.By comparison, a market-orientated approach to selling concentrates on the needs of the buyer. 26.