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This post is all about how to invite prospect to a presentation via phone
And today I will be sharing some key strategies on how to invite prospects in your network marketing business to get more people to come see your business presentation
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Learning how to invite prospect to a presentation via phone is highly important for you to have long term success in your network marketing business opportunity.
There are a few things you need to consider before you start inviting your prospects via phone.
It’s always better to use a mobile phone for inviting your prospect rather than trying to invite them face to face.
In trying to invite them face to face, prospect always tries to take as much information from you, and you will not be able to provide many details then and there.
When you invite prospects on the phone and then they ask question/queries, you can simply ask them to meet you & discuss the things more professionally over a table.
HOW TO INVITE PROSPECT TO A PRESENTATION VIA PHONE.
Give A Compliment
This isn’t completely necessary for your closest friends that you talk to on a daily basis.
But when you’re talking to someone who’s not close to you on the phone, you want to give them a compliment.
This goes a long way to lower resistance and make it easy for them to say yes.
Be Excited, Maintain CURIOSITY and Talk with Conviction
This is very important!
While inviting prospect to a presentation via phone, walk and talk while inviting
This will help in keeping your blood circulating going in your body and your voice will not be dull.
Don’t lie down while inviting via phone.
You need excitement in your voice while inviting via phone.
When the person on the other side feels you have got something, he will be willing to meet, it’s as easy as that.
Maintaining CURIOSITY is also very important if you are able to do that the prospect will definitely turn up to see the business opportunity.
And obviously, whatever you talk, talk with conviction.
If you are convinced half the work is done.
If the prospect feels you are not sure about what you are talking about, chances are he will not have any interest in meeting you and listen to what you had to offer.
But What If They REALLY Want To Know What It Is?
Don’t tell them.
If they’re insisting that you tell them what it is, then all they’re doing is looking for a reason to say no.
And if that’s the case, then why put yourself into a position where you have to plead and beg for them to say yes?
So here’s the best way to handle this situation…
“AOC, If I try to explain it now, not only will it not make sense, but you’ll have more questions than I have time to answer. If you don’t want to meet, that’s fine. I’m sorry you’re going to miss out, but I really have to go.”
Remind Them 2 Days Before The Event (also text 2 hours before)- “I’m excited to see you” or “By the way, we’re going to have an on-time-drawing, so make sure to drop in a bit early”
Lets face it, life gets busy.
Giving a couple reminders before the event does wonders for getting people to show up.
Just never say “I wanted to remind you” Just say something like “I’m super excited to see you at the event tonight”.
Keep it simple, keep it bright, keep it fun!