Whenever you can't reach decision makers over the phone, you should try to contact them by e-mail. A typical message must include a brief description of the last conservation that you had with a potential client. To ensure the best results, list a key benefit for motivational purposes.
If a gatekeeper answers the phone, you'll have an opportunity to use your telemarketing skills. To succeed, get the gatekeeper’s name and write it down. Then, call back later and greet the individual by his or her name.
This is an effective strategy because flattery may help you reach the person who makes key decisions for the company. After your call is transferred, send the gatekeeper a thank-you note. This step can be a good investment.
By accessing different business websites, you can easily network with decision makers who are executives, managers, or business owners. Many telemarketers use LinkedIn because it lets them list their contact information on a dedicated page. However, if your business mainly sells products to consumers, you may want to use Twitter or Facebook.
If you can't reach a decision maker by e-mail or by phone, contact the gatekeeper and leave a message. The goal is to let the manager know that you're in the local area. By using this strategy, you may get an opportunity to promote your product or service briefly to the client and visit them in person.
When you get a chance to talk to an elusive decision maker, *67 may benefit you if you dial it in advance. If you use this feature, your phone number will be blocked. Before you try this strategy, ensure that there are no telemarketing regulations for *67 in your state or local area.
Besides these methods, there are many other ways to get through to key decision makers. If you'd like additional telemarketing strategies, contact Walking Fingers Telemarketing today.
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