Would you like to use the telephone effectively to generate sales? Would you like to know how to handle all the common questions raised on an incoming call? Would you like to be effective when prospecting with the telephone? Tom Hopkins, sales professional and “Builder of Sales Champions” will show you this and more in the exciting presentation. You’ll learn how to:
Over two million people around the world have attended this program and tens of thousands of salespeople listen to Tom Hopkins everyday to become the backbone of their organizations: sales Professionals. Tom Hopkins is the author of How to Master the Art of Selling, which is the largest-selling book ever written on the subject of how to sell. Over 25,000 students have graduated from his famous three-day high-intensity selling boot camp and have gone on to become leaders in the sales industry. Join North Americas number-one sales trainer today and become a sales champion.
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Solid and practical
This is not an audio program on how to sell over the phone so it's not very helpful for telemarketers. It's mostly a program for outbound sales people and appointment setters who will find it helpful. It's short and cheap, well worth the buy.
I don't think you can go wrong with any of Tom Hopkins teachings. I know absolutely nothing about sales and he gives great step by step instructions for every step of the sales process of getting past the receptioninst and right to the decision maker in the company.
Good information on cold calling and receiving inbound calls. However, it is very brief. This is a recorded seminar not an audiobook.
There were many insightful do's and do don'ts that will assist any telemarketer or phone sales professional. One of the better phone marketing books.
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