“Reach out” to commercial property managers by discovering and then fixing their problem areas- for FREE! Steve shares four proactive “show and tell” secrets that will win you long term contracts…
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Get out there and sell “face to face” … by letting the prospect come to you!
Face to face selling is almost always the best. Chuck and Steve provide insights to a disaster restoration company on how to start off right.
Keep negative thoughts at bay when you don’t get the job. Here are some realistic options.
You don’t need (or even want to be) a national company. As you well know lots of people don’t like the “big boys” and prefer the local “little guy”. So don’t let yourself be intimidated!
So how can you create a positive Moment of Truth out of the customer thanking you? And should you subtly encourage them to refer you to others? (Even online?) But more importantly- should you? Bill Yeadon gives both sides of the “Great Debate”.
Tweak how you hand over your business card and you will make your prospect feel “extra special”. (And this is always a good thing!)
Don’t be boring. Instead, design a biz card that people want to keep. Your card is your first introduction to everyone so make it count. Here’s how to do it…
Steve shares his tips on avoiding the needless and time-consuming “discussions” with the customer on how the work area should be measured.
Sure, you will hit “rejection”. Expect it! But don’t give up easily! First, “smoke out” their true objection and try to get to “yes”. Then is you still can’t close the deal leave the door open…
Selling is a PROCESS- not an “event”! The more hooks you put in the water the more fish you catch. So get off the truck and get face-to-face. Here is how I made it happen for my business.
A new Georgia carpet cleaner is worried about tackling the strange new world of Home and Trade Shows. Steve says Home Show marketing is great … IF you do it right! Here’s some tips …
A San Diego carpet cleaner is starting to feel desperate with an average of just one job per week since starting out two months ago. Steve shares the simplest, fastest and CHEAPEST way to get carpet cleaning business right now!