- “How have decisions like this been made in the past?”
- “Who else needs to be involved in this decision?”
- “Do you typically discuss things like this with anyone in your family or with another trusted advisor?”
- “Are you the right person for me to be talking with?”
At the beginning of the presentation, to build credibility. At the end of the presentation, to encourage commitment. Throughout the presentation, to add continuity. Not at all, unless the prospect has specifically asked for them or if they are especially relevant to the prospect’s situation. Download HubSpot Inbound Sales Certification Exam Answers (PDF)
Your Teammate Creates An Outreach Sequence With 10 Steps In It And Asks You If You Think That’s A Good Length. How Do You Respond?
“That’s a good start, but you should probably plan on creating a few additional steps.” “That’s probably good. 10 is usually the right number of steps to have.” “That’s probably too many steps. It’s generally best to end a sequence at five steps because you won’t get many additional responses after the fifth attempt.” “Hard […]
Identifying a challenge they’re experiencing or an opportunity they want to pursue. Becoming aware of the ways your solution can help them. Evaluating different approaches or methods available to help them with a challenge or opportunity they’ve decided to address. Trying to choose a specific solution within a specific solution category. Download HubSpot Inbound Sales […]