Setting Appointments – the first stage of your sales strategy?

schedule appointment pic.jpgGetting your foot in the door of a new client is probably one of the hardest things you face in your business unless you are part of a huge company that employs a massive marketing department that pre-arranges those meetings or provides you with a list of businesses to visit.

Well, if you are part of a huge company, you probably don’t need to read on…but if you are a one-man-band or part of a small to medium sized business, it is quite probable that you struggle to get appointments with the decision makers at the sorts of companies that you know would make a massive difference to your bottom line.

The question is, how do you get in front of these decision makers?

There isn’t a magic answer but there are strategies that you can employ that will position your business in the right way to impress and enable you to at least get a shot at meeting the right people.

At Talkmarketing, we know that that generating good quality appointments is a difficult task, but because our team is well-trained, experienced, enthusiastic and keen, and because they understand exactly what it is you are trying to achieve, they concentrate on targeting calls to the correct decision maker, they know how to overcome objections and their success rate is above average.

They can generate qualified appointments that get you in front of the decision makers – all you need to do is close the deal!

If you need us to, and provided your system allows us, we can also input the details of all appointments straight into your electronic diary. The good news is that because we use cutting edge technology, our in-house telemarketing database records all results which means you or your sales team will be able to see immediately, at the touch of a button, all the pre-qualified appointments as soon as the Talkmarketing team make them.

So, what are you waiting for? Get in touch with us today and find out how we can get to, setting your appointments.

Posted by Lesley Roberts on 26 April 2018 | permalink | comment

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