What is your opening statement when making cold calls?
Everybody knows that cold calling is one of the most debatable methods of marketing. On one hand, some people see it as the most useless and outdated form of marketing. On the other hand, some people still earn great business from it. One of the key differences between the two sides is that those who gain from cold calling typically have a better understanding of what catches the prospect’s interest. And it starts with the opening statement. Continue reading “How to Start Your Cold Call the Right Way!”
Personalized schedules just for you!
Some entrepreneurs have social media listed as one of their most frequently-used business tools. Some people post tens of new content every day. Others keep their posting to a minimum of single digits per day. In which case, it especially helps to schedule those posts around the times of day that will be seen by the biggest possible audience. Continue reading “What is the Best Time For You to Post on Social Media?”
Standing out before an audience of millions is not as easy as it sounds.
What I like best about Google Plus is its vast array of communities. Communities are pages for people to chat and post about common interests, such as comedy, parenting, and business. Quite a few of these communities have hundreds of thousands, even millions of members. Would it hurt to get your business in front of that many people? Continue reading “How to Make Your Google Plus Content Stand Out!”
…and to find out how serious they are.
Most people would agree that the more you know about your prospect before they join your business opportunity, the better. One way to learn about this person whom you’ll be mentoring and possibly working alongside of is to ask them certain series of questions. Continue reading “4 Simple Questions to Close Your Prospects!”
That awkward moment when your computer takes too long to load your business website.
I’m just curious, have you ever had a computer take too long to load something for your prospect? What do you do when your prospect is on the phone, and you’re filling out their application on a computer that suddenly freezes? Most marketers would allow an awkward silence to take over. Maybe they’ll give a sheepish laugh or grumble about their computer. If you’re one of those marketers, here is some advice for you. Continue reading “How to End Awkward Silences With Prospects!”
Complete with a how-to video.
If you’re like most people, your business cards may have your contact info, the name of your company, and your product(s). Some of you might have product info on one side, and the other side might be advertising your business opportunity. The traditional ways are fine, but when you’re doing what most people do, it becomes that much difficult to stand out from the crowd in your prospect’s eyes. There’s an awesome “business card hack” that I would like to share with you. Might help you get more leads, might not. Continue reading “How to Make Your Business Cards Stand Out!”
Which would you rather be?
Everybody knows that there are some major differences between calling a random prospect, and having a prospect call you. One difference is that it is more satisfying, and in many cases, rewarding, to talk to someone who knows what you sell, and contacts you about it. Another contrast is that they start with two different techniques. Continue reading “Are You Chasing People, or Being Chased?”