March 4

Using a Mutual Opt-In Sales Process

If you believe like we do, you see that the internet has put the buyer firmly in control of your sales process. To combat this, savvy companies have shifted to a Mutual Opt-In Sales Process. To many, a system based upon excessive transparency, educating instead of selling, and getting prospects to ask to be sold seems foreign.

However, once you adopt such a system, costs decline and sales increase. For some, this system can be live-altering.

Watch the short video below to learn more.

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