The Mixology Talk Podcast
The Art of the Upsell: Making More Money (While Helping the Customer)
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The Mixology Talk Podcast, Episode Eighty Three
Is “upselling” really so bad? Here are some ideas for selling in a way that’s authentic and great for the customer – and your wallet.
In today’s Episode…
We’re talking about the dreaded “upsell”. Some managers require it, some aren’t so picky – but regardless, there are great ways to increase your guests’ check averages without being sleazy. In fact, listening to this episode might give you some ideas for ways you can genuinely help the customer!
Stuff we Mentioned:
- We asked this question on Facebook and got some great replies – check it out here.
- Despite my best efforts I could not find the Gin & Tonic video we mentioned – but I did find this one, which is also hilarious.
- Wikipedia definition of “Upselling”
Thanks for Listening!
How are you upselling at your bar? Have you found other ways to help your customers while increasing check averages? Let us know in the comments below!
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