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cross-sellverb [I or T]

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COMMERCE, MARKETING to sell another further product or service to a customer who is already buying a different product or service: They can cross-sell to the bank's existing customers and introduce life insurance and pensions products.
cross-selling
noun [U]
Cross-selling is a popular tactic among online retailers to increase average order value and items per sale. Try and maximize any cross-selling opportunities.
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