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"Winning The Professional Services Sale" with Aaron Ross & Ago Cluytens
 

"Winning The Professional Services Sale" with Aaron Ross & Ago Cluytens

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* Discover the #1 mistake consultants / sellers make ...

* Discover the #1 mistake consultants / sellers make
* Find out what the top–5% of rainmakers do
* Learn a simple messaging "mind trick”
* The “three pillars” of successful lead generation
* Bringing in revenue

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  • At the point of death. (of a thing) In terminal decline; lacking vitality or vigor
  • Notes: Discover the #1 mistake virtually all consultants and coaches make that immediately and severely impacts their ability to attract new clients.>>Mistake: not enough focus sunlight warms - a laser burns how: reflect - where have you had the best success? what kinds of clients are the easiest to help? how: what are people like you doing? how: talk to clients…what do they see you as the best at? how: who is “like you” ? Where do you have “natural credibility” ? how: mixing three elements to find your most attractive niche (e.g . geography + industry + function = CFO’s in financial services in the UK) hint: your great niche often is unattractive at first because of fears like “too small” “already done that” “not interesting enough”
  • Shopping mall story
  • 3. Find out what the top–5% of consultants and coaches do differently when itcomes to how they market (and the results they get)Thing they do differently: speak the prospect’s language Talk about THEIR issues, not YOURproduct Think “process” instead of event (e.g. campaign vs one-shot) Think broader: not justonline vs offline marketing or inbound vs outbound - you need variety and balance
  • My daughter doesn’t sell me on the idea of eating, she sells me on the idea of having a fun, special experience
  • SFDC sold the idea of “ondemand / cloud”Marketo sells the idea of leads coming to you + automation
  • Ideas are important & useful to customers independent of your productBenefirstvs features vs ideasAvoid manipulation, desperation
  • Blog article: www.predictablerevenue.com/blog/a-sell-ideas-not-stuff-matrix
  • NOTES: Learn a simple “mind trick” to ensure you connect with potential buyers and “speak their language”>> Mind trick: rigorous up-front research, online and offline people don’t care what you do, they care what you can do for them. describe what you do in terms of results. HOW: - simple questions: “how do you help people?” “what’s so great about that?” “so what?” - go out and talk with clients & prospects - have more conversations including “research & referral” coffees - especially with people who don’t know you well (test it out with ‘cold’ prospects) - live events (even small) – online research: surveys, groups (Quora, Linkedin), social media, e-mail, keyword research, click through reseach - ask former clients why they bought (and bought from you)
  • Aurora selling me on why she should get a milkshake
  • NOTES: Learn a simple “mind trick” to ensure you connect with potential buyers and “speak their language”>> Mind trick: rigorous up-front research, online and offline people don’t care what you do, they care what you can do for them. describe what you do in terms of results. HOW: - simple questions: “how do you help people?” “what’s so great about that?” “so what?” - go out and talk with clients & prospects - have more conversations including “research & referral” coffees - especially with people who don’t know you well (test it out with ‘cold’ prospects) - live events (even small) – online research: surveys, groups (Quora, Linkedin), social media, e-mail, keyword research, click through reseach - ask former clients why they bought (and bought from you)
  • 1. Seeds: word-of-mouth. Grow it with a “Customer Success Program”, or live events that mix clietns and prospects2. Nets: Partner Marketing3. Spears: Prospecting
  • Hard to build an audience from scratchThey bring a pre-made audience & brandYou help them by helping their audienceStart with who you already know or follow
  • Specializing what you do helps you be effective at lead generation
  • Orange – whether you have marketing team or do it yourselfGreen – prosepctingYellow - closing
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