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Cars, Hello, and Love: HELLO IS IT LEADS YOU'RE LOOKING FOR? In my earlier years telemarketing, I used to make well over $2,500 a week selling windows, roofing, and siding. While today that is barely enough to change a wheel on one of my cars, $2,500 a week for a 15 year-old was quite a bit of money. After thousands of calls I realized my sales didnโ€™t have much to do with a perfect pitch or presentation. Instead, it had to do with fixing a problem. I want to share with you my 4 tips for generating better leads, whether youโ€™re cold calling or marketing elsewhere: 1. Identify your customer: Identifying a person or group that may need your product isnโ€™t enough. You have to actually know who has a need for it right now, which is very different than someone who may have a need at some point. Remember that people buy based on their emotions, not on factual information. 2. Identify the problem: Since you are now aware that youโ€™re in front of the right client, you need to make sure to identify why you are communicating with them so you can continue to keep them interested. This is the most important part of cold marketing โ€“ being interesting enough to hold your clientโ€™s attention. 3. Provide a solution that makes sense: A big mistake many people make when faced with closing an appointment or following up on the phone is they think they need to sell someone immediately. Instead, focus on being a problem solver, which is much more welcomed. My solution was a free inspection of their roof by one of our experts, giving them the peace of mind that someone else would climb up there and figure out any issues. They didnโ€™t even have to pay for it. 4. Fortify the encounter by providing a hook: Setting an appointment is one thing, but getting your clients to honor them and stick to them is completely different. For me, the hook before closing their appointment was letting them know we worked with all insurance companies so most of our clients never even paid for any repairs made to their homes, and to make sure to ask their rep about it when he was out there. I hope you found these tips helpful - I love writing posts like this but without your likes and comments I won't know if you want more!

In my earlier years telemarketing, I used to make well over $2,500 a week selling windows, roofing, and siding. While today that is barely e...