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2 Quick Responses To, “That Costs Too Much!”

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Short and sweet; here are two quick but very powerful responses to the age-old reply of, “That costs too much!” The responses are a brief summary of each concept as you can add you own flavour and style. However, I think you will get the main gist of the ideas immediately. #1 – Compared To What? [...]

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Is It A Price Objection Or Sticker Shock?

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A price objection is one thing. However, if you reveal your pricing and ask for the order, then after a comprehensive sales interaction, the prospect responds with a state of disbelief; you have a much bigger problem. The Molehill Really IS a Mountain In a price objection, of course, you failed to build enough value. [...]

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There Are Really Only TWO Sales Objections In The Whole World

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I imagine the title of this piece not only grabbed your attention, but also caused a bit of confusion or even shock. First, let me clarify exactly what I am saying. There are only TWO objections that exist. That’s all; just two. They come disguised as dozens of other issues and appear to be tons [...]

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How To Handle The Price FIRST Prospect

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Two minutes into the sales interaction, the prospect is demanding to know the price. You do what you can do avoid divulging the price too soon, but the prospect insists. If you sell a product or service were you must put together a quote, and it will take time to do so, that helps. However, [...]

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Price Objection? Is It The Price Or The Cost?

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Of course, price objections run rampant and are certainly here to stay. However, I believe sales people need to understand, and more importantly; help their prospective customers understand the difference between price and cost. Is it the Price or the Cost? The next time you get that objection on the price; before you go off [...]

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