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Stop sounding like a salesman wanting an appointment for your own benefit and give your prospects something they want.
See this article on getting meetings with prospects by giving them something that they want.
When you read it and understand the technique you will say, ‘Yeah I already knew that.’
But you’ve never actually put it into action for your products and services.
You’ve always thought, ‘That will work great for someone else,’
It won’t work for everyone, but there are plenty of salespeople that could adapt the technique and increase the number of sales appointments with potential buyers.
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There is a new issue every week with a sales related topic. We keep it brief and focused on sales training with links so you can get more information if the subject interests you.
We get lots of questions into the website and often we use these questions from sales people, like you, as the basis for the training articles.
Take a look at this week’s Sales Buzz on getting more sales appointments...
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Who would you rather talk to about your finances, a financial sales person or a financial advisor?
They’re both the same they just have different titles.
And you can use that same technique to disguise you sales appointment calls.
Would your prospect’s attention be grabbed by a call from a salesman wanting to meet with them?
Or, would they be more interested in a free survey, a trial of a new service without a contract, an assessment of their current... and you get the picture.
Many sales people know about disguising cold call.
They probably receive plenty of such calls both at home and at work.
But they shy away from using this effective technique to benefit themselves.
When done properly the technique of taking a completely different angle when cold calling prospects for that first sales appointment can be a way of filling your sales diary.
It can be done ethically, professionally, and without any tricks or gimmicks, and best of all it read more...
What job title should a sales person have, and should we always try to disguise our true objective of selling to the people we meet?
Do you want your business title to advertise the fact that you are a sales person?
Should you let the prospect you are meeting know you’re a sales person from the start of the meeting?
And if you’re not going to be called a sales whatever then what job title should you have?
Take a look at an article that discusses both sides of the argument and then decide what title you should have on your business cards.
If you have a small business or manage a sales team this article is important, you could be putting off potential customers before you have even met them. Read the article at What should sales people be called...
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