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The Perfect Sales Pitch

What’s up door to door mastery fans?! It’s your boy Paul Shakuri! I am bringing the heat this time around! You have been all asking me over and over and over and over and over again, what is the best sales pitch when selling door to door? What do I say at the doors? If you are a follower, you know I break into the details but the majority want me to get to the point! Well, I’m a detailed person and I go into detail of how to go about your opener pitch and if you are not up for the details then perhaps this isn’t the blog for you! I am here to let you know that there is no straight phrase or answer to an opener pitch! Sales are not something where you say this and get that, that would be robotic sales.

Now, my door to door mastery program sells for all products. It works for solar, pest control, security and all other products and services that are out there! I teach you how to do your job ethically with the contents that I provide for you on my Masterd2d.com program. I have had homeowners commenting on my posts saying that they would act in a disrespectful manner if any sales representative came knocking door to door. I am here to let you know that homeowners follow my blog and the contents I
post. However, I am also here to let you know that I have never had someone act out in a disrespectful manner towards me when selling door to door. I mean yes I would get the rejection and the rebuttals but I never had someone just disrespect me because I am a door to door sale representative. I am not trying to be cocky or arrogant but I am just trying to make the point that there are respectful people and some people that are not so respectful.

As a matter of fact, I want to share an example, I had a really amazing car experience when I bought my car off the lot. There were shady sales people there, of course, like there are in any industry but the one I went with was fantastic. My friend at the time, Alan Shahagin was going to purchase a Mercedes but ended up with an Alexis. He was nineteen at the age when he got started in door to door and had no experience in the job but had it all because he was making six figures at such a young age. I will talk more about Alan and his successes in this profession in future blogs so stay tuned and keep following along.

Let’s get back to that opener pitch! Now, if you knock on someone’s door and say that you’re from so and so company and that you’re here to sell this product or service, well you already lost the customer! There is no curiosity! You sound like a salesperson! They know who you’re with, what you are and what your selling! There is no more room for engagement! So part of the process of having a good opener pitch, keep that curiosity! Engage with your potential customers so you can hold curiosity for a longer period of time. “Hello, are you the owner here? Have you seen our representatives around your local area? Are you familiar with our product or services?” People become curious as to what your selling and want to engage more with you to find out what you’re doing and what your selling. Some might say they are not interested. “Why are you not interested? What about the product or about the service that bothered you?” This is just one in a million scenario that could take place at the doors. “Hey, are you the owner of the property? You probably saw a bunch of our panels in the neighborhood, our logos in your area?! No, I haven’t! Well, can you step outside so I can show you?!” There are a million ways an opener pitch can be done depending on the scenario.

If you are knocking on doors and want to master selling your product door to door, then you need to sign up for the three free video series to learn more about door knocking in detail. From there I suggest you invest in the Masterd2d.com program. You need to get as many resources as you can in order to grow and develop the knowledge of the process needed to close those deals! Act now and see the end result be the beginning of your journey!

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