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Offer them something of value that allows them to get to know you and trust you. Step 2: Teach the Prospect Over Time. You need to keep offering information that your prospects value a great deal. This information should focus on the types of problems that your product or service solves.
If you sell pool supplies, teach people how to take care of their pool.
Step 3: Reinforce the Incentive. People become bored incredibly quickly. Step 4: Increase the Level of Permission. Usually, this involves asking for more information about your prospect through surveys, phone calls, or consultations.
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