Are you attending a lot of networking events, but making very few sales?
Have you tried social media and content marketing, but it seems just too much effort with no return?
Are you brilliant at making new connections, but don’t know how to turn them into customers?
Are you brilliant at what you do, but you struggle to explain the value you deliver, so it’s really hard to get a “yes”?
How to turn networking into sales – in the 21st century
I’ve dealt with all of this along the way. When I first went out networking I had no idea how to talk to people about what I did, or how to translate the value so that people knew what they were buying.
When I first started writing blogs and making videos, they had no real purpose, I was just doing them, because everyone else was.
Nobody wants to feel as though they’re not moving forward, and I certainly felt that. I felt like I was doing everything right – but something was missing, and because of that, I wasn’t making the sales I felt I deserved – sound familiar?
I’m no salesman. When I watch people who can effortlessly sell, I am in total awe. And the more I watched the really successful people, the more I realised they weren’t selling. At least not what I believed selling to be. They were simply making it easy for people to buy from them, and positioning themselves in such a way that people actively wanted to buy from them, and felt good about doing so.
Once that clicked, once I worked out how to achieve that, and continue to give massive value, it was as if a light, and a tap, had been turned on.
My networking made more sense, my social media made more sense, my blogging, articles and videos made more sense. And more than that, they all made more sales.
If you do, then you need to book onto this workshop right now.
Don’t just take our word for it – listen to what our delegates have to say:
“I implemented one more thing from the Retreat and it has resulted in a new client which gives me a positive ROI within 6 days”
Claire McTernan – Employee to Business Owner
“within two months I went from an average of one client per month from networking, to five clients”
Samantha Rollins, Trinity Accountants