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Apr 29, 2019

I know we could all most probably sell an ice cube to an eskimo otherwise we wouldn’t be in this business but this episode helps  you understand how to reach out further and get higher conversions from your audience which, in turn, converts into more sales and success for you.


It’s about getting yourself in the right place to be able to sell effectively, making sure you have the correct processes in place and are building good relationships in order to achieve those sales conversions. So let’s get back to the basics and start converting.


In this Episode:

  • Know your key components
  • Effective market research
  • Going back to basics
  • Marketing and sales conversions
  • Working out the statistics


“When we talk about sales conversions specifically we have to think about how we’re setting ourselves up for success”


“Building better relationships and trust with people will improve your conversion by a very large percentage”


“People who have discovery calls discovery will always sell more. They will always convert higher because they are able to tailor that process to make it bespoke resulting in making people feel good“


Other Episodes Mentioned:


Episode 1 - What to expect

SLS166 - When you make the sale then your client disappears

SLS040 - Follow Ups

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