Prospecting is not my gift area. Definitely one of my weaknesses. I must prospect — otherwise not sales, right? And I have to learn how prospect on Facebook, though. Why?
Well as a part-timer with a super long commute, I don't have a lot of time to prospect in any other way, and Facebook is the most convenient. No offense to Twitter, but I'm not a fan of their messenger.
Anyways, prospecting has always been a bit of a mystery. There are people who are fantastic at it, but I always had questions.
- What do you say to people?
- How do you establish rapport?
- How long does this rapport part last?
- How do you transition to business without being all…well, obvious?
- How do you get the sale?
Well, in my Facebook prospecting series, I will help get all those questions answered. WITHOUT scripts!
I go over the basics here:
So that is part one. And, as I promised, here are the two webinars.
This one is for tomorrow (Wednesday, January 23, 2018).
If you are reading this after the fact, those webinar links will be teaching something else. Sorry!
But all is not lost.
This is only part one. In further posts, I'll be going into details about getting new prospects, starting the conversation, getting rapport, transitioning to business and then getting the sale.
What to do until then?
Practice! You will never learn how to prospect on Facebook unless you actually do it.
Don't worry about “ruining” a lead. Just show up, message people and say HELLO.
If you have a fear of prospecting, kind of like I do — then it's time we all get over it together. Baby steps.
Let's start with hello.
Message 10 people today saying hello. Have a normal conversation with NO AGENDA. Get to know someone.
I bet it gets easier.
I'll let you know my results. 🙂
To Your Victory,
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*If you are reading this post after the webinars and replays have ended, then the links will show a different webinar. Sorry you missed it, but please enjoy the current one!
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