How Do You Make Cold Calling Opportunities Out Of Voice Mails?
Turn voice mails into a cold calling journey of discovery Most people who still use the traditional cold calling mindset look at voicemail as a dead end. They say to themselves, Oh well, I may as well leave a message and hope he calls me back. This almost never happens, and we know it. But we re often so relieved not to have to talk with someone, that we leave a message anyway. We avoid dealing with another person s potential negative response to us and we avoid being challenged by the receptionist as well. By the time the day is over, we might feel good because we ve played the numbers game and made a lot of calls. But our productivity has been minimal. And over time that can make us feel frustrated by our experiences in cold calling. With the new approach to cold calling, voicemail is an opportunity for discovery. It leads us beyond voicemail. Voice mail becomes a starting point for you begin the process of locating the person you re trying to contact. Our objective is not to pursue
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- How Do You Make Cold Calling Opportunities Out Of Voice Mails?