by Glen Pavlovich | Oct 24, 2019 | Asking Questions, Customer Acquisition, Sales, Uncategorized
At this point, I am going to assume that you’ve secured a face to face meeting with your prospect. (Because you fully understand that you cannot sell on the telephone!)
You enter the meeting and do what? Start pitching the client on why you’re the best? Pull out statistics that show your station is the most effective in regard to reach and audience?
by Glen Pavlovich (CBTD Admin) | Feb 14, 2019 | Cold Calling, Pre-Call Planning, Sales, Uncategorized
The primary cause of call reluctance is simple: Fear of rejection. What if the prospect asks you a question that you don’t have a good answer for? What if the prospect is a jerk? What if the prospect insults you? What if the prospect makes you look like an idiot?
The only way the prospect can do any of those things is if you don’t believe that you are bringing genuine value to the prospect.
by Glen Pavlovich | Jan 30, 2019 | Cold Calling, Customer Acquisition, Pre-Call Planning, Prospects, Sales, Uncategorized
Consider your opening statements on a cold call. Are they effective at getting your prospects attention? Do they serve the purpose you intended? If your opening statements are designed to impress the prospect about your station, you’re fighting a losing battle.
by Glen Pavlovich | Jan 28, 2019 | Cold Calling, Customer Acquisition, Generating Leads, Prospects, Sales, Target Audience
There are three cold calling truths in sales. The first is that nearly every sale worth making begins with a cold call. The second is that nearly every sales professional hates cold calls. The third is that cold calling is necessary.
Nearly Every Sale Worth Making Begins With A Cold Call
Nearly Every Sales Professional Hates Cold Call
Overcome the fear of cold calling.