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Steal My Secret Of The 5 Qualities Of An Effective Sales Pitch

The 8 steps I use to create the win-win sales pitch that helps increase my brand awareness and increase sales

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With the advent of sales automation tools, sales are more like a “numbers game” than ever, so personalizing your presentation can seem like an impossible task.

For obvious reasons, creating your sales pitch is useful not only for social media pitches, but also for sales, webinars, stage presentations, and even email and sales pages!

Some folks call a sales pitch an “elevator pitch” — I prefer to refer to it as a “sales pitch”.

So, without further ado — let’s get started with my sharing with you — what I call the 5 qualities of an effective sales pitch.

The 5 qualities of an effective sales pitch

· Short

· High-Impact

· Specific

· Memorable

· Direct

By the way, I always use Clickfunnel’s “16 Best Elevator Pitches We’ve Seen” when searching for a good headline idea and/or want a short and focused sales pitch (aka an elevator pitch).

Great for you to use for your email marketing promotions — or on social media platforms such as Twitter or LinkedIn!

Check it out here:

The 8 steps I use to create the win-win sales pitch

* Step 1. Understand The Sales Pitch Format

The structure I use for creating my sales -or my elevator pitches:

· Problem

· Solution

· Credibility

· Value

· Risk Reversal


* Step 2. Define Your Target Market

* Step 3. Define The Problem You Solve

* Step 4. Understand Your Solution (in Detail)

* Step 5. Create Credibility

* Step 6. Reverse Risk

* Step 7. Define Your Unique Value

* Step 8. Call to Action.

For the easy-to-follow actionable details on the “5 Qualities” and the “8 Steps” I outlined above check out Clickfunnel’s “How To Create An Elevator Pitch That Works(With Examples) — the examples are “to die for” IMHO:

The Takeaway

So, there you have it! I use my “4 Qualities” and “8 Steps” to create my sales pitches that I have found to work wonders in increasing my brand awareness and sales!

However, at the end of the day, you need to find the best sales tactics that will work for you and help you increase sales!

Let me know how you like my tips on creating a win-win sales pitch that helps increase my brand awareness and sales!

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