Objection Handling

Use These 3 Quick, Yet Effective, Tips When It Comes To Objections

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It’s one of the biggest challenges that salespeople face in today’s selling world, and one that most people ask about on our programmes; how do we deal with objections? Objections occur when prospects or customers have not seen the overall value of the solution you are offering to them or their business. Depending on the type of objection, you can…

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How To Respond To “Call Me Back In 6 Months”

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Yes, it’s that old chestnut again: the age-old-how-can-I-get-rid-of-this-pesky-salesperson answer. Most prospects will use this simply to get rid of you and if you take it on face value, you might feel there might be a chance in six months’ time. Your manager asks you about this prospect and you say, “Yep, this one’s in the bag…all I need is to…

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The Best Question To Ask When A Prospect Rejects Your Price

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It happens every day in most sales interactions. You’re having a great conversation with the prospect, building up value and creating real desire in their minds for your solution. They seem to be interested in what you’re saying, and you have great confidence you’re going to make the sale. Then they ask about the price. You confidently give the price…

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Satisfaction With Current Suppliers, Building Quality Case Studies & A Quote From Patricia Fripp

Episode 8 – Satisfaction With Current Suppliers, Building Quality Case Studies & A Quote From Patricia Fripp Episode 8: Loads Bubbling Podcast This podcast includes: Satisfaction with current suppliers How to build quality case studies A useful quote from Patricia Fripp Take a look at this episode on https://www.mtdsalestraining.com/loads-bubbling-podcast

The Best Words To Use When Faced With Sales Objections

Objections We Can Help

Objections to your proposal can occur at any time in the sales process. They can come early, when you are initially discussing ideas; they can come late, when you are just about to conclude the discussions. Whenever they occur, you need to be confident in your approach and recognise that any objection is not a definitive ‘no’. It can be…

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How To Overcome Sales Objections In 3 Easy Steps

Turning No into Yes

Objections are a normal course of any sales interactions, but only if the extrinsic and intrinsic value hasn’t been raised in the customer’s mind. By that, I mean if the customer doesn’t see the overall value to themselves or to their business outweighing the price they have to pay in price, time, effort, change or the like, they will bring…

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How To Overcome 10 Of The Hardest Sales Objections

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Objections occur for many reasons. Maybe you haven’t built up the value of your solution. It could be the buyer has a similar solution and doesn’t want to change. Or they don’t trust that your products are right for them or their business. Don’t be put off by objections. If you walk away at the first sign of resistance, you…

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How To Use ‘Agree & Align’ When Dealing With Sales Objections

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Why do objections occur? It’s an age-old question that gets salespeople crying into their beer. There are, naturally, many reasons why they come up, but they tend to revolve around one main cause…that the value of change doesn’t match the status quo. Here’s a different way to deal with objections. When a prospect states an objection, avoid the natural response,…

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5 Highly Effective Ways Sales People Can Respond To Sales Objections

So Many Questions

Why do objections occur? Well, of course, there are myriads of reasons, but they probably boil down to the fact that you haven’t built up value in your solution enough for the prospect to think about you rather than the challenges your product would bring them. It could be they are happy with their current situation. Or your up-front price…

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Use These 4 Phrases When Overcoming These Sales Objections

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Usually when a prospect makes an excuse, it is because they have not been convinced that whatever you are selling to them, has sufficient benefit for them to change their mind. In order to combat this you should have included them in the solution from the very beginning. You should have been asking questions around what their current situation is,…

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