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Finding Prospect Pain

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Find Pain to Improve Selling Topic: Finding Prospect Pain
When trying to improve selling, one of the quickest ways to improve results is to improve your ability to find pain. Pain in this context is essentially the impact felt when something is not working well or could be working better. In order to generate leads and identify which prospects it makes s...
Published: Monday 02 January, 2012
Effective Sales Tactics - Magnify Uncovered Pain Topic: Finding Prospect Pain
Sales tactics can be used to create very productive conversations with prospects and identify which direction to go. One of those tactics is to magnify any pain that the prospect is experiencing that we identify through our discovery and discussions. Pain in this context is essentially the impact ...
Published: Sunday 20 November, 2011
Finding Pain to Improve Selling Topic: Finding Prospect Pain
In order to improve selling and identify which prospect it makes sense to keep talking with, we need to effectively find out if things are great, things are OK, or things could be better. If things are just OK or could be better, pain could exist and getting the conversation focused on this pain wi...
Published: Saturday 19 November, 2011
Two Ways to Uncover Pain When Cold Calling for Sales Topic: Finding Prospect Pain
When cold calling for sales, it is critical to uncover any pain that the prospect is experiencing. Pain is essentially something that is not working well or something that could has room for improvement. And if there is no pain, there is no reason to make a change. If there is no reason to change...
Published: Saturday 09 July, 2011
Give Pain to Get Pain When Making Cold Calls Topic: Finding Prospect Pain
Regardless of where you are in a sales cycle, it is critical that there must be identified pain in order for the opportunity to be qualified. This is because regardless of the relationships that you have established and the cool things that your product can do, if there is no pain there is no reaso...
Published: Wednesday 24 November, 2010
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