What ingredients go into a successful cold calling campaign?
A program that most people need or want, a good script, a lot of leads, and a great attitude! But where do you get these things and how do you tell if they are good or bad?
When evaluating a program you must ask yourself 5 key questions:
* Do most people want or need your product? * Is it a product that can be reordered frequently? * Would you take 10 minutes out of your day to consider it? * Can everyone equally benefit from program? * Does it have a training system in place?
If you answered "yes" to all these questions then you have a program that will work. It may take some time and persistence, but it will work. Not only will it work, but if almost everyone wants or needs your product then a cold calling campaign is a very productive advertising technique.
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A good script will ask questions that most people would say "Yes" to. Getting someone out of "No" mindset will help your script. Key opening questions can go something like this:
* Did I catch you at a good time? * Do you remember responding to a work at home ad?