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The Sales Buzz Issue 328 - The Quickest Appointment Call Training
September 01, 2016
The Quickest Appointment Call Training
In my latest book I've tried to create a very quick and brief sales training course on how you can create a 5 stage appointment call.
And that's exactly what it does.
Training on making sales appointment calls in a nutshell.
The training is for people who want a quick and simple way to create a telephone script that will get them results.
Here's a brief excerpt from the book, see what you think...
An overview of the 5 stages of a sales appointment call:
Stage 1. The IntroductionYou will introduce you and your company using brief information that helps the prospect to quickly build a picture of who you are, and what your business does.
You’ll then add a reason for calling that has potential benefits for the prospect and that will give them a reason to keep listening.
After just a few lines of this very short introduction your prospect will know who you are, what you do, and why you’re calling.
Stage 2. The MotivatorThe Motivator is a technique that I developed while working with sales people that made their own calls to make appointments with potential customers.
Using this one line you join together the Introduction stage and the Questioning Stage forming a seamless connection that keeps the conversation moving forward and prevents objections.
This technique also works at other times in a call when a customer hesitates or takes the conversation off track. Once you understand how it works you can also use the Motivator in your sales meetings
Stage 3. QuestioningHere we create a structured questioning process that gives you all the information you need to qualify the prospect as a potential customer that is worth meeting.
Early in the call you will know whether the prospect can actually buy from you, and whether it is worthwhile continuing the call.
The information you gather here will be what you need to know to qualify the prospect, and what you want to know to be able to prepare for the meeting with them.
Stage 4. Gaining AgreementBecause of all the work you have done in the early part of the call you will be able to gain agreement to a meeting with the prospect by making a simple proposal. The training shows you how to create a question that is specific to your prospects, and also makes meeting with you the logical next step in the process for them.
Stage 5. Objection HandlingMost real objections arise as you try to gain agreement to a meeting in stage 4, but they can arise at any stage throughout the call.
The techniques you will learn will equip you to deal with objections and concerns in a unique way.
Instead of arguing with the prospect and contradicting them, you’ll learn how to go around the objections and keep on course towards your objective of gaining agreement to a meeting.
There are also some proven techniques at this stage on preventing objections and obstacles by pre-empting them.
Learn MoreIf you've worked in sales for any length of time you'll see the smoothness of the above 5 stages. The rest of the book shows you how to create and use each of the above stages in the most effective way, take a look at
See more ideas, tips, and proven techniques developed in the real sales world on our website at Proven sales training.com...
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