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1. Tie Your Products or Services to Your Prospect’s Bottom Line

Learn how your prospect earns revenue and measures success so you can communicate the way your product or service will benefit his business. Ask simple, straightforward questions to really understand your prospect’s needs to tailor your pitch specifically for that prospect:

  • How does your business work and how do you make money?
  • What are your immediate and long-term goals?
  • Is there anything we’re not doing that we could be doing to serve you better?
  • What are the most important actions we can focus on to improve your business, sales and bottom line?
  • What has changed in your business since we first started doing business together?

2. Keep Track of Your Successful Sales History

Track your interaction with prospects across all channels to gain a clear understanding of the techniques that did and did not work. Emulate the processes in successful transactions for more success

3. Think About Your Customer’s Satisfaction

A customer’s satisfaction is directly related to renewing your product or services. Make sure your customers are satisfied to build long term relationships with new customers.

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