To help make the sale, you need to solidify the relationship. Now that you have finished the presentation, it is time to go through the re-cap. There is a lot of information in your presentation and a lot of times the client will only retain 20% and forget 80%. You need to bring the client back and re-associate them with the information and emotions that you went through in the presentation.
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After a sales presentation, you should always provide a re-cap to re-associate the client with information and emotions that you provided in the presentation.
The re-cap should include the following things:
- Pain, Challenge or Problem – Get the client re-associated with the pain or challenge, because if they don’t remember why they need to buy they won’t.
- Solution – Remind them of the features and benefits of your solution.
- Future Pace – Get the client focused on using your product and service in the future and get them excited about the enjoyment they are going to get out of it.
- Scarcity – If you hear from your client, let me think about it, you need to make a final push. The final push could be a limited time offer, a bonus or a discount. You use scarcity to push someone over the edge that is for some reason wavering on the decision.
- Social proof story – Finally, add another testimonial or story to show them how you helped a client succeed using your product or service.
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