Cross-Sell

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Definition of 'Cross-Sell'


The practice of selling or suggesting related or complimentary products to a prospect or customer. Cross selling is one of the easiest and most effective methods of marketing. In the financial services arena, cross selling can mean selling different types of investments to investors, or even insurance to investors, or tax preparation to retirement planning clients.

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Investopedia explains 'Cross-Sell'


If done effectively, cross selling can mean significant profits for stockbrokers, insurance agents and financial planners. Income tax preparers who are licensed can offer insurance and investment products to their tax clients, and this is among the easiest of all sales to make. Effective cross selling is not only a good business practice, but is effective financial planning as well.

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