- v. To persuade a customer to buy more than he or she had intended.
- up- + sell (Wiktionary)
“Not everyone, however, thinks "upsell" is the best strategy.”
“But in a comic store, what they’ll upsell is something in comic format.”
“The sales tactic that often ensnares Marisa Woolsey is what's called the "upsell," when extra products are pitched to consumers after they call or go online to buy.”
“The upsell is a 1080p LCD with RGB LED backlighting, which tacks on a hefty $250 to the price.”
“NEW YORK As every penny counts, businesses are asking front-line workers to step up efforts to "upsell," to persuade a buyer to take an extra or two that adds to their transaction.”
“Visitors booking a Delta flight from Atlanta to Los Angeles on the airline's website last week also were pitched a $50 day pass for the airport club lounge, $87.99 bus service from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and a $119.99 paragliding lesson on the beach in Malibu, among other "upsell" efforts.”
“So for a good chunk of Boston.com's existence, the sales people selling print content and the sales people selling online content were different groups, and one wasn't trying to "upsell" the other.”
“Our youngest, having honed her selling skills with Girl Scout cookies, became an expert at chatting up customers to "upsell" the tip.”
“The goal isn't to get people to buy music tracks, and it isn't even to "upsell" people to some kind of "premium" version of the tracks.”
“NOT an upsell, meaning they are included in your membership and do NOT cost you extra.”
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these came into effect from 2011
Names for the next generation of My Little Ponies. Inspired by Star's list.
Internet Marketing terminology.
Words discovered while reading The New York Times, each with a citation from the paper.
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