Most sales reps want to make a lot of money while marketing door to door, but are you backing up your decision or is it just all talk?

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One area to focus on while marketing door to door is practicing your craft

Marketing door to door requires developing a skill set just like anything else and if you aren’t practicing your skills, how can you ever expect to become a top producer in your company?  All too often most sales reps only practice their skills when they are with an actual potential customer.

Not only does this hinder your chances of making a sale, it also does a disservice to your potential customer. Obviously your products and services should be of great benefit to your potential customers, but if you position it wrong or do a poor presentation because of your lack of practice, they may never buy and receive the value your company offers.

Your results and success will only grow to the point that you do and if you are focused on only improving your skills while you are with actual prospects, it will slow down your learning curve drastically. If you haven’t done so yet be sure to check out the book “Door-to-Door Millionaire” to start improving your skills in your off time.

Beyond just improving your skills through trial and error, invest in yourself and learn from people who have already been successful. Lenny Gray author of “Door-to-Door Millionaire” has the experience and results and has reached the top, so why not learn what he has learned to reach your goals faster?

Are you taking enough action to win?

Another thing sales reps can struggle with while selling door to door is they don’t follow up their goals with the necessary action to make them happen. You should be focusing on income producing activities as much as possible and that means talking to as many qualified prospects as possible.

If you don’t try selling enough prospective clients, it’s going to be really hard to reach your lofty sales goals for the year. One thing to really focus on is making sure you are spending enough time with the right people while you are marketing door to door.

A good rule to follow while you are in the field is the 3 door rule. This means that if you have knocked on 3 doors in a row without talking to a live prospect, you need to make sure the next door will have someone there you can speak to.

Basically at this point you should look for cars in driveways, open garage doors, people outside gardening or doing yard work, etc. Make sure you will be in contact with enough people to win. Door-to-door sales is a contact sport and if you aren’t talking to enough people you can’t expect to make a lot of sales.

The combo of taking massive action and working to improve your skills is a great way to ensure reaching your goals when you are marketing door to door.

If you happen to be considering a new door-to-door sales opportunity you will certainly get the best training available as a part of the D2D Millionaire Team. Learn more about becoming a part of our team here!

 


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There is a difference between going through the motions while you are selling pest control door to door and “being clutch.” Which one are you?

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“Being Clutch” means working smart in prime time

Prime time is the window of the day when most people are home from work which means almost every door you knock on has the potential to be a new customer. Prime time is the most important time to be on your game. However, this doesn’t mean that you should be slacking during other times of the day.

One such example of being on your game and being clutch is working smart, not just working hard. A lot of times sales reps will be working hard and trying to close everyone, when in reality their time could be much better spent talking to potential customers who are ready to buy, rather than trying to convince the ones that really aren’t interested.

Your goal should be to qualify around 50% of the people you attempt to sell. While selling pest control door to door a few ways that you can quickly tell if someone qualifies is if they have bugs/pests you can see while approaching the property, they admit to having a pest issue, or they ask how much your products or services cost.

During prime time you can go through the numbers faster and be more direct with potential customers when you are offering your discount. With so many more people being home during prime time the likelihood of you filling your spots becomes much greater and you can certainly express that with your prospects.

Doing this can help you sort through unqualified prospects faster and spend your time with people who have a higher chance of getting started as a customer. This is a great strategy for working smarter and not just harder while you are selling pest control door to door.

Being your best when the time is right is another way to “Be Clutch” while selling pest control door to door

Unfortunately, a lot of sales reps never put any practice into what they are doing. The only time they work on their skill sets, such as their initial approach, ice breaker, or closing skills is when they are with an actual potential customer.

In reality, to get the best sales results you should be practicing these skills during your off time. You want to maximize your results when you are selling door to door, and honing your craft in your off time is one of the best ways to do that.

Some things you should be focusing on while selling pest control is name dropping, knowing activity in the area, competitors in the area, and current customers in the area.

Being aware of your surroundings and the environment you are selling in is key to “Being Clutch” when you are selling pest control. It makes it much easier to sell to potential customers when you can build trust and rapport easily from knowing neighbors and name dropping current customers.

Knowing local pest activity will also help you make more sales since you can speak on things that are actually relevant to your potential customers. When you hit home on issues your prospects actually have, they are far more likely to buy they products and services you are offering.

Finally, knowing your competitors can help you out-position them with better service, discounts, value, customer service, or whatever else your company offers that others don’t. When you step up your game and focus on “Being Clutch” your results will greatly improve when you are selling pest control door to door.

If you happen to be considering a new door-to-door sales opportunity you will certainly get the best training available as a part of the D2D Millionaire Team. Learn more about becoming a part of our team here!

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As the old saying goes, it’s the little things that make the difference, and when it comes to selling door to door your body positioning and body language can have a much larger effect than you might think.

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Pay attention to how the door opens and how you face your potential customer

It is interesting after watching a lot of footage of sales reps selling door to door, you start to notice the little things that can make the sales situation flop before someone even opens the door. One such example is making sure you pay attention to how the door opens and what it’s going to be like when your potential customer answers.

Sometimes we see people standing in the way of how the door is going to open and then when the potential customer answers the sales rep has to completely readjust or lean around the door before they can start to have a conversation. This not only wastes time but it can make both the sales rep and the potential customer feel uncomfortable.

Your potential customer will have a hard time listening to you or buying if they feel uncomfortable. The less you make things awkward the better, so pay attention to how you will be greeted while selling door to door and position yourself in advance to be in a natural place to talk.

Don’t create a stand off with your body language and your potential customer

As a door-to-door sales rep, you really want to be coming off as a messenger of good news with your prospects and not as someone who is just there to sell them something. You have a much better chance of creating this energy if your body language is appropriate.

Sometimes sales reps make the mistake of getting in a stand off with their potential customers when it comes to their body language. This can quickly raise your potential customer’s guard and can make you come off as aggressive and as someone trying to push something on them, rather than sharing something good they can benefit from.

A simple fix for this issue is to not stand directly square with your potential customer. It’s better to stand at an angle to come off as being on their side and gives the impression that you are there to help them rather than force them into something.

The less distractions and obstacles you put between you and your potential customer the better, and having proper body language can help you increase your sales while selling door to door.

If you happen to be considering a new door-to-door sales opportunity you will certainly get the best training available as a part of the D2D Millionaire Team. Learn more about becoming a part of our team here!

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