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Perry Marshall Shares Why Solving Problems Will Never Go Out of Style

Read your prospects to sell how they want to buy

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Sales Tips you’ll learn in The Sales Podcast…

  • Solving problems vs peddling products will never go out of style

  • Successful entrepreneurs and salespeople navigate the people problems to make every sale

  • Selling is not WOWing. It’s disqualifying!

  • Your prospects should be able to tell that you’re trying to find out if you should even be speaking to them

  • “I probably can’t help you, so I’m going to find out as quickly as I can so we can move on.”

  • The 5 Power Disqualifiers from John Paul Mendocha

    • They have the money

    • They have a bleeding neck

      • ER visitors with a broken arm get a clipboard

      • ER visitors with a bleeding neck get all the attention immediately

      • People in big pain write big checks quickly

      • Stop selling prevention—it’s 16x more difficult to sell even if it’s 1/1000th as expensive

      • Sell the cure

      • The “should-be” world doesn’t pay, so focus on the “is world.”

    • They buy into my USP (Unique Selling Proposition)

    • They can say “YES!”

    • What I sell fits into their overall plan

  • Activity does not equal productivity

  • Get to the truth, not the sale

  • Most agencies that say they are experts at Facebook Ads or Google AdWords are not experts

  • Don’t even bother doing paid advertising on these platforms unless you’re willing to get educated

  • Do you have a killer offer or not?

  • What kind of guarantee can you offer?

    • This will screen who buys from you

    • Tom Hoobyar made an unbelievable guarantee when he was in the pharmaceutical space, and it paid off big time to beat a $100 million competitor when he was just a $5 million company

    • He ended up securing 90% of the market share

  • National advertising on Google is tough now

  • There is more wiggle room with Google on the Display Network and Google Shopping and Local

Market like you mean it. Now go sell something.