Owner of J. Ororo Ent LLC. Founder of Elite Small Business Consulting & GirlStandUp.
Are you giving your potential customers the chance to get to know who you are? Are you even communicating with the customers that you have now? If not, you are leaving a ton of money on the table.
Its all about communicating with your potential customers and keeping your face in front of the customers you already have. It all starts with email marketing.
Book time with me and I will show you how to implement email marketing in your business, how to convert your potential clients to eager customers. I will show you how to increase the frequency of your clients spending money with you.
Be ready to rock on this call.
I have helped hundreds of small business owners and entrepreneurs increase their sales and customers with proven marketing strategies that work.
Are you having issues generating leads and converting those leads into eager customers for your business? I can help you.
Are you experiencing one off sales in your business and want repeat customers? I can show you how to attract those customers and have them buying from you over and over again on demand.
I am no fluff, no hype or B.S. Book time with me and be ready to rock and roll.
Don't be a salesman at all. Go in with a genuine interest of helping these people. Ask questions and give advice intertwining your product. When you go in with the attitude of really trying to get to know about their issues and giving advice of what they can do, this changes everything and people are willing to open up and talk. Works like a charm.
No cold emailing/calling is not dead. If these are the strategies you are going to take, it takes consistency and patience. When you are cold calling there is a technique that helps to get the prospect into a dialogue. Works like a charm. Hint is never say how are you, introduce yourself and what you do at the beginning of the call. You ask a question first. As far as cold emailing, its the same thing. You and get the conversation started with a problem that they are having.
Keep in mind, you should always be asking a lot of questions when it comes to their problem. Its not about you and your product. Its about them and the problem they have. The more questions you ask about their problems the more they will talk. Works like a charm. When you sell your knowledge and show them how you can solve their problem and whats in it for them you find yourself on the phone with people for a while. People love talking about themselves and their problems.
Of course there is way to do this and there is a way NOT to do this. I have a meeting with a potential client tomorrow off of a cold email. This stuff is not dead. :)