3 serious questions to ask yourself:
1. Have all of your inactive customers been contacted during the past three months?
2. Are all of your current and past customers aware of ALL of the products and services you have to offer?
3. Do ALL of your customers buy everything they could possibly buy from you?
If you answered “no” to any of these questions – think about it:
Do you really want to start making cold calls before all of your inactive customers have been contacted?
If your focus is on bringing in new customers by cold calling BEFORE contacting inactive customers, you are actually leaving money on the table.
Before making more cold calls, think about this:
- Your current customers KNOW you
- They LIKE you, and
- They TRUST you!
So … you will get less rejection and more sales when you contact your current clients.
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