If you’ve dreamed of being on television (and so many design professionals have) than you’ll love hearing from guest expert Alli Mang. She is a multi-million dollar brand ambassador who knows how to sell. In fact, she wrote the book on it. Sold Out shares insights into peak performance selling in the high stakes environment of shopping channels.
To sustain the work we do as creatives, we must learn to sell ourselves and our services. That isn’t always easy for us “non-selly” types. Fortunately, there are some simple sales strategies that we can use immediately.
AYSUN KUCK | We’re ending this year off with a listener favorite. If you are eager to turn potential clients into paid ones, then you’ll love hearing what Aysun Kuck had to say about ….
VERONICA SOLOMON | If you don’t get the consultation right, the project will never get off the ground. How to own the process—from first phone call, to onsite …
SHAI DELUCA | Most of us are not terribly comfortably asking clients for money, let alone asking them for more money when we think of some new product or ….
I got a great question through the forum and it’s timely. Diana from Queensland writes: I just love my new procedure for answering the phone. Thank you. I signed up my first two PAID consultations. I think I may have freaked one of the clients out though because I booked the consult for the day […]
AYSUN KUCK | Back by popular demand, Aysun Kuck shares her experience servicing Kimberley’s clients and closing consultation sales. This episode is a continuation of EP 014 ….
AYSUN KUCK | If you are eager to turn potential clients into paid ones, then you’ll love hearing what Aysun Kuck has to say about the process ….
This questions comes up a lot. Do you sell your consultations through email, over the phone, or on your website? What is the best way to close the deal? Get more great tips on the consultation process from Kimberley and Veronica Solomon as they talk candidly about all aspects of the consultation from first phone call, […]
If you don’t get the consultation right, the project will never get off the ground. How to own the process—from first phone call, to onsite performance and signing the letter of agreement.