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HOW TO EFFORTLESSLY VAPORIZE OBJECTIONS BEFORE THEY COME UP
If you're selling something to somebody in face to face situations, objections are relatively easy to handle. Assuming you've got enough rapport and confidence, you can simply ask them why they aren't ready to buy. They give you a reason, and you carefully and elegantly explain why that's not really an objection, but another reason to buy.
Explaining about your product to customers
This isn't as hard as it sounds. Let's say that somebody says your product is too expensive. A common objection. You simply explain that, yes, it is more expensive up front. But in the long run, it's a long cheaper than buying from any of your competitors because of many of your unique features. Give some stats to back up your claim, and you will essentially be making your high price, initially an objection, into a reason to buy.
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The more you sell the same thing over and over again, the more you'll start to hear the same objections. Then you'll simply get better and better at overcoming them, and your closing percentage will continue to go up, and you'll continue to make more and more money. And you do want to make more money, don't you?
Ask peoples opinion about your product
But there are ways you can figure out some of the most popular objections. You'll find that if you can figure out the top two or three objections, and overcome those, you'll sell a lot more products.
One way is to simply hire some people that are somewhat interested in your product. There's plenty of crowd sourcing options. Pay each person three or four bucks to read through your sales page, and then complete a quick survey. Simply ask a question, "Why wouldn't you buy this product?" And then give six or seven different possibilities.
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