cross-selling

cross-sell

[kraws-sel, kros-]
verb (used with object), cross-sold, cross-selling.
1.
to sell or try to sell (similar or related products or services) to an existing customer.
verb (used without object), cross-sold, cross-selling.
2.
to engage in cross-selling something.
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Main Entry:  cross-selling1
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  the practice of placing complementary or related accessories or products near each other in a store
Example:  Point-of-purchase displays often promote cross-selling.
Main Entry:  cross-selling2
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  the practice of selling among or between established customers, esp. selling an additional product or service to an existing customer
Example:  The cable company tried cross-selling high-speed Internet services.
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