The Secret To High Ticket Sales Over The Phone

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In this video you’re going to discover one tip that will help you close big ticket sales over the phone.

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What you want to do is use what we call an upfront contract in your sales conversation. This up front contract does a few different things, and the first component of it is to actually define the purpose of the call.

You see, one of the biggest mistakes that people make is leaving a call open-ended with a prospect, so with this upfront contract, you’ll start off by actually telling the prospect what is going to happen during the call and what the purpose of the call is.

You’ll want to lead with something along the lines of telling them that the purpose of this call is to develop a strategy for you to help you achieve your goals so I’m going to ask you a series of questions on this call, then at the end of the call, we’re going to decide if we might be a good fit for working with each other or not.

That way, the prospect knows that the whole purpose of the call is to actually give them something, first of all, and then second of all, it’s to determine if you might actually work together, or not, so that they know that by the end of the call they might have the opportunity to buy something.

One thing you need to understand is that online advertising is becoming increasingly difficult to pull off successfully using the traditional methods, because people are simply becoming blind to them. The most effective way to combat this is using native advertisements, which is just a fancy term for ads that look similar to the content around them.

It sounds counter-intuitive, but the best way to get noticed is to actually blend in. Think of soap operas and infomercials. They’re the original native ads that have been running successfully for decades, selling billions of dollars of products.

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These are all techniques that have been proven to work through multiple tests across the 22 accounts I manage for clients and myself. You can use them to drive sales of products or to generate leads for selling high ticket products and services over the phone. It will literally save you massive amounts of time and money, so go ahead and click this link: right now to get this video while it’s fresh on your mind.


About the author

Jason Hornung

Jason is the President & Creative Director of JH Media, a full service digital advertising agency specializing in Facebook ads. He is sought out by millionaires to run highly profitable Facebook ad campaigns. If you'd like to find out what your #1 Facebook ads profitability barrier is, click here:

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