One of the challenges that salespeople face is that they have to deal with a lot of information and can get overloaded really quickly if they don’t know how to prioritise.

In this episode of Killer Media Sales, Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson talk about the importance of hierarchisation of the information in the sales process. In particular, why knowing the purpose and the objective of the call is the most important thing.

They also touch on the need for qualification as a salesperson. And explain why it is important to know what matters to your client and what is the outcome they’re looking to achieve as this is the main reason why you’re having the conversation and will tell you where to go.

You can’t miss this episode that’s full of tips and tricks to help you to fire up your media sales.

Did you know that the first level of qualification needs to happen in the first 20 seconds of the conversation?

Sometimes sales people, whether they’re new or experienced, can get lost in the qualification process. Some salespeople have a nervous disposition as part of their nature but particularly when they are new, these nerves can take over and cloud their judgment. In sales, this can lead to finding themselves rambling and chatting away without having a clear strategy in mind giving a sense of disengagement, however, in those very first calls, qualification is everything.

In this episode of Killer Media Sales Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson talk about the importance of qualification in the sales process, what this qualification process looks like and what can happen if you don’t qualify for a lead. They also talk about the importance of simplifying and qualifying the questions early on in the conversation to achieve multiple outcomes.

In this episode you’ll learn how to recognise when there’s a deal to be done and when you’re heading into stumbling territory. You can’t miss this episode.