Category Archives: Sales Skills

Why Is Building A Network Marketing Business So Hard?

Have you ever wondered why building your Network Marketing Business has been so much harder than you thought it would be? Think about it; it really doesn’t matter what company you work for because whether we want to admit it or not, the top 2-things every company promotes is: Time Freedom Money Freedom With that in mind; our company trainers tell us…

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Why “Going For The Kill” Can Cost You Money

I’ve been in sales for over 25 years now and I’ll be the first to admit that times have changed. Today’s consumers are way more educated when it comes to most common sales tactics. Even though this is the case, it’s safe to say that many of you reading this right now are still trying to…

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What To Do With Your Leads

Congratulations; the ad you placed online was a success! Someone willingly provided you with their… * Name * Email * Phone # … so they could receive the free training you offered them. This is what is considered to be a lead and what you choose to do with that lead can make a huge impact…

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Easy as 1, 2, 3

One of the most common questions small business owners have when it comes to building their business is… How? In the following podcast MLSP leader Bert Bledsoe explains how this simple 3-step system will help you reach your goals faster than you ever thought possible… [audioplayer file=”https://s3.amazonaws.com/blog-mp3/Bert+Bledsoe+Easy+As+1+2+3.mp3″]   Did This Help You? If so, I’d greatly appreciate…

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Why Internet Leads Are The Best

I spent years working in call centers selling pretty much anything you can think of over the phone. Listening to other telemarketer’s sales techniques and implementing what I seen was working for them helped me develop my skills. My background is something that I just can’t seem to let go of, I still enjoy picking up…

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6 Reasons Salespeople Don’t Follow Up

Depending on what book, article or study you read; you’ll discover that the average number of contacts it takes to make a sale is anywhere from 8 to 12. If you would have asked me what I thought about that statistic back when I was selling used cars, working as a real estate agent or…

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