Closing sales in the HVAC industry can be overwhelming and high pressure. Every episode we will break apart the components of a sales call and walk you through all the way to the close. We will cover everything from the basic structure of a great appointment to how to overcome all the objections that con be thrown at you. Whether you are a rookie or a seasoned expert, this show is for you!
In this episode we talked about the most important sale that has to be made to close any and every project. This episode also covered some of the topics that this podcast will be about and also is a welcome and introduction.
This episode we cover some psychology behind how to get a response from a customer when they have started to ignore your follow ups.
Have you ever been trying to get in touch with a prospect and just gotten crickets? The technique in this segment will help shed some light on how to overcome that problem.
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In this episode we talk about one of the biggest problems outgoing personalities have in sales. Talking too much. There is a basic exercise to overcome this and you will learn what it is. Then we move into the real focus of the Close It Now movement.
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In this episode we talked about the right time to suggest a system replacement. And big hint, it has nothing to do with the condition of the equipment. Then we move into the two key components to every buying decision. If you don't satisfy both of these components the answer will always be I have to think about it, or maybe get other quotes.
In this episode you will learn how to build instant rapport without spending endless time talking about the weather, golf, the dog, etc. You are in the home to be a professional and be friendly, not be their friend. Learning the difference is key in boosting your total ticket price and your close rate.