Getting Prospects to Call You Back

Getting Prospects to Call You Back

It can be very frustrating when leads don't call back! Here are a few of the strategies we use that work. I hope they help you, too! We email the decision maker a content rich, compelling email on a Sunday night. Our email becomes one of the first, if not the first,...

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Lead Nurturing Strategies Which Actually Nurture Leads

Lead Nurturing Strategies Which Actually Nurture Leads

Most business owners, salespeople and non-sellers responsible for sales are pretty good at setting next steps at the end of a prospect meeting. Most are fairly good at executing the follow up, especially if there is an immediate need. Where too many fail miserably is...

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Get the Prospect Meetings You Want

Get the Prospect Meetings You Want

Did you ever wonder why some sellers can get the “difficult to get” prospect meetings and others can’t?  These are the meetings with high level, hard to reach prospects. Do you have some of these prospects on your wish list? Imagine what meeting these people could do...

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Getting the Most from Prospect Meetings

Getting the Most from Prospect Meetings

It’s not easy to get a meeting with a decision maker. So when you have one, it had better go well! Have you ever walked out of a meeting and wished you had achieved a better outcome, gotten further into the discussion or secured better next steps? We call this “the...

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Silence Really Can Be Golden

Silence Really Can Be Golden

Have you ever waited for a prospect to return your call?  And he doesn’t? You call again, you email and still no reply? Argggg! How frustrating!  Recently, a prospect asked me for a proposal. We were an exact match for his needs. Shoe in, couldn’t miss. So...

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Know Your Decision Maker

Know Your Decision Maker

I was recently asked, “What is your single favorite piece of sales advice?” Here it is. Have a healthy respect and empathy for decision makers. These days decision makers are doing more than just their jobs. In the corporate world, many companies are still adjusting...

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