Translation of soft sell in Spanish:

soft sell

venta blanda, n.

noun

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    (venta sin técnicas agresivas) venta blanda feminine
    • The soft sell worked, and he was able to circulate the plan in the firm, which ultimately became a beta client.
    • While it is still a somewhat relaxed atmosphere, the soft sell is on - and believe me, these consumers know it.
    • ‘We put the bug in their ear about framing, but it's a soft sell,’ he said, adding, ‘If it turns out well there's a better chance it will get framed!’
    • These days we're used to shock advertising, the soft sell and all ads in between.
    • But then, these guys have never been very big on the soft sell.
    • ‘You no longer have to say goodbye to your pet… no longer have to tell your children they'll never see their beloved pet again,’ the syrupy soft sell continues.
    • They have been brave in moving in the direction of a fans' representative in the inner sanctum of the boardroom, the first UK club to do so, and been innovative in their choice of a man who will not accept the soft sell.
    • While Nestlé waits to see if its Internet soft sell will work, the company is putting its muscle into nonconsumer sites, where new efficiencies can result in real returns.
    • I do a very soft sell on these issues to potential clients.
    • Notice the substitutes aren't a soft sell for more expensive products.
    • A similar soft sell is used at Caliterra where bottled water is especially popular at lunch.
    • It was through painting, though, that Pablo began to realize the benefits of the soft sell.
    • It is this soft sell that seems to appeal to the faces in front of the camera too.
    • Sprinkle loyal customer stories in your newsletter and provide useful and fun information about design trends, local events, etc. - think soft sell.