Get more sales with video.
If you are in any type of sales, then video is one sales tool that ought to be in your sales toolkit.
It is no longer a matter of ‘should you start using video‘ but ‘why are you not using video? ‘
In the early 1990’s, when I first started following up with video, it was expensive. In fact, many people did not even have the software to play what I sent them.
Today, you can send video email directly from your smartphone.
And, a subscription through a quality video email service provider is about the cost of a coffee a day.
Video Follow Up Creates Desire
Your challenge is to create the desire in your customers and prospects to…
- want to continue to do business with you,
- want to recommend others to do business with you,
- choose you when it comes to their next purchase.
You want them to refer to you as their salesman.
If you are NOT maintaining a relationship with them, then who is?
If you are NOT following up on your prospects, then who is?
Video follow up allows you to keep your face and your product fresh in your prospects’ mind.
Bottom-line is if you are not maintaining contact, your competition is.
Video Follow Up Creates Momentum
The longer the time between interaction with your prospects, the relationship dims, the excitement fades, and the less opportunity you have that prospect will buy from you.
In my video sales arsenal, I have several pre-recorded videos. Depending on the type of contact, I send one immediately.
Here is an example by a Toyota Sales Rep …
Build YOU As A Brand Through Video Email
The whole purpose of anything we do in sales is to win-the-sale. Without new customers and repeat sales, a commission salesperson will starve.
As soon as a prospect drives away, I send them a video. I know that if I make a better impression than the guy down the street, that prospect will come back to me.
Video makes it happen.
So what are you waiting for?
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What is the biggest challenge you face with using video in building relationships?