Talking To A Prospect: Tactics On Dealing With People Wisely In Network Marketing [NOOK Book]


The opening move of having potent conversations with prospects goes on
before you meet the candidate. If you've expertise in your market, tap into
your insider ...
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Talking To A Prospect: Tactics On Dealing With People Wisely In Network Marketing

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The opening move of having potent conversations with prospects goes on
before you meet the candidate. If you've expertise in your market, tap into
your insider knowledge. Otherwise explore what motivates them.
Interview some people in your market by asking: What is working well for
you today?
What are your top 3 hardships?
What are the 3 things you want most?
What are you learning about today?
What is missing for you?
Tailor your services to supply solutions based on their answers. Practice
discussing a bulleted list of particular benefits that you offer them. Never
discuss vague concepts like helping them accomplish goals and fulfill their
dreams. These have no selling power.
The 1st Steps
The most successful small businesses realize that only a limited number of
individuals will purchase their product or service or sign on. The task then
becomes ascertaining, as closely as possible, precisely who those
individuals are, and 'targeting' the business's marketing efforts and dollars
towards them.
You, too, may build a better, stronger business, by identifying and serving a
specific customer group – your target market.
Among the first things you have to do is to refine your product or service so
that you're not attempting to be 'all things to all individuals.' Become a
Following, you need to comprehend that individuals purchase products or
services or sign on for 3 basic reasons:
· To meet basic needs.
· To resolve issues.
· To make themselves feel great.
You'll need to ascertain which of those categories your product or service is
the solution to, and be geared up to market it accordingly.
Your product or service might fit more than one category, also.
The following step in producing an effective marketing technique is to
home in on your target market.
First of all, is your product international or national in range? Or is it more
probable that you'll sell it primarily in your own area or community?
Let's suppose that your primary market is local or regional, and that you
live in an area with a population of 35,000 individuals. The first things
you'll have to do is research the 'demographics' of your area, and divide it
into market sections:
· Age: youngsters, teens, young, middle, aged
· Sex: male, female
· Education: senior high, college, university
· Revenue: low, medium, high
· Marital status: single, married, split up
· Ethnic and/or spiritual background
· Family life cycle: recently married, married for years, with or without
This data ought to be available to you through your local town hall, library,
or Chamber of Commerce – and the more detail you may get, the better.
Following, you have to segment the market as much as conceivable utilizing
'psychographics' as your guide:
· Life-style: conservative, exciting, trendy, frugal
· Socio-economic class: lower, middle, upper
· Belief: easily led or opinionated
· Actions and interests: sports, fitness, shopping, books
· Mental attitude and beliefs: environmentalist, security conscious.
If you are a business-to-business company, you'll likewise have to consider
the sorts of industries available to you, and their number of employees,
yearly sales volume, location, and company stability. Additionally, you may
wish to find out how they buy: seasonally, locally, only in volume, who
makes the choices? It's crucial to note that businesses, unlike individuals,
purchase products or services for 3 reasons only: to better revenue, to
sustain the status quo, or to minify expenses. If you fill one or more of these
corporate needs, you might have found a target market.
By now you ought to have a picture coming forth of who you think your
'ideal' lead is … or who you wish it to be. Depending upon the nature of your
business, you may even be able to write a description of your lead. "My
target lead is a middle-class woman in her middle years who's married and
has youngsters, and is environmentally conscious and physically fit." Based
on the numbers you exposed in your research, above, you might even know,
for instance, that there are about 9000 of those potential leads in your area!
It might well be that 3000 of them are already loyal to a rival, but that still
leaves 6000 who aren’t, or who haven't yet bought the product from
anybody. Do the research!
Lots of times prospective leads don't know about your company, or can't
tell the difference between your company and others. It's your job, once you
recognize who your best leads are, to 'target' the group that you've
identified – even if you have rivalry.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016738543
  • Publisher: All classic book warehouse
  • Publication date: 6/12/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 349 KB

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