A: Can you tell me a little about cold calling?
B: Cold calling is a great way to find new customers and make new sales.
A: But isn’t it boring and repetitive?
B: It’s your chance to make things happen.
A: How do I introduce myself?
B: Introduce yourself in a confident manner.
A: What if they don’t want my product or service?
B: Gain the trust of the customer before you tell them about your product or service.
A: What other advice you can give me?
B: Know everything about your product or service.
A: What happens if they say no?
B: That’s your opportunity to change their mind.
A: I’m not overly familiar with cold calling.
B: It’s a fantastic way to find new customers.
A: But isn’t it a bit boring and repetitive?
B: That’s only in the mind of the cold caller.
A: What’s the best way to introduce myself?
B: The best way is to have a lot of confidence.
A: But I’m worried they won’t want what I’m selling.
B: Focus on gaining their trust before you worry about your sale.
A: Do you have any other tips for me?
B: Be knowledgeable about what you’re selling.
A: But what if the customer isn’t interested?
B: Cold calling is all about making a yes out of a no.
A: I need some information about cold calling.
B: It’s one of the best ways to make new sales.
A: I always thought it was a boring job.
B: It can be exciting because of all the sales potential.
A: Is there a particular way to introduce myself?
B: You must display confidence to the customer.
A: Maybe they’re not interested in what I’m selling.
B: Gain their trust before you try to sell them anything.
A: Anything else I should know?
B: You should know your product or service inside and out.
A: But what if the customer doesn’t want I’m selling?
B: A customer who says no is still capable of saying yes!