Join Us for “The Art Of The Smart…Phone” Free Webinar

Posted on Oct 11, 2011 by  in In the News

Join us for our upcoming free webinar titled “The Art of the Smart…Phone.”

Thursday, October 13, from 12 – 1pm (CDT)

Our special guest will be Steve Kloyda “The Prospecting Expert.” For over 30 years, Steve Kloyda has been creating unique selling experiences that transform the lives of salespeople, prospects and customers. Learn how you will attract more prospects, retain more clients, and increase your profits.

During this live 60-minute webinar you will learn top sales and prospecting strategies to increase your bottom line and raise your return on investment (ROI).

Register now.

Have you been told that you should utilize the telephone as a prospecting tool but you have no clue where to start or what to say when you do? During this power-packed session Steve will share with you the top telephone strategies that he has developed, used, refined and personally tested during more than 1,000,000 (yes that’s one MILLION!) telephone calls and 30 years of experience.

Through this program, you will:

·        Understand why you experience “Call Reluctance” and what you can do to eliminate it.

·        Learn the single best “Phone Approach” that will separate you from your competition in seconds.

·        Discover how to get…and stay… out of “voicemail hell.”

·        Identify and create your own “Unique Message.”

·        Learn how to quickly and easily engage your audience by asking the “right” questions (and what those actual questions are).

·        Understand why you should never try to overcome objections and how Steve’s formula for success can increase your close rate.

·        Learn the single best closing technique you can use to transform your results and drive more sales.

The Art Of The Smart…Phone – Thursday, October 13, 12 – 1pm CDT

As a bonus for signing up – you will receive access to the great resource “Magnetic Sales Coaching.”  This video series is packed with valuable insights and tools to make more money! If anything, go and sign up just to receive access to the Magnetic Sales Coaching series. The feedback from those who have seen it has been amazing!

Reserve your virtual seat here by registering now.

We hope you join us for this educational web event!

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