The Top 3 Ways a Closer Can Benefit Your Business

Updated: Jun 3, 2019

How often does this happen to you?

You have recurring inquiries from people that are interested in your service(s), so your time is being invested in each appointment that your leads book.

Your calendar is now FILLED with calls. Yes, this is great for your business, but now, there are other aspects that are being neglected.

Some of these aspects may include;

  • The need to develop ways to generate more leads; better yet, qualified leads.

  • Enhancing your funnels to produce credibility and trust between you and your prospects.

  • Investing time on improving customer service for your pre-existing clients.

The list goes on and on. The amount of elements needing your attention is endless, whether it be what was stated above or other areas; your business is always in need of constant revision.

So how can you finally accomplish those tasks at a quicker and more efficient rate?

Well, you may need a closer on your team. Here are the top three ways a closer can benefit your business.

1. More time on your business

Remember the aspects listed above? Now you can have the time to continually develop a contemporary business. Those booked phone calls will now be in the hands of a closer. If you're worried about the lack of knowledge we may have on your business - don't be. We make sure to dedicate time to study and learn each detail regarding your business before jumping on calls. Once we get on the phone with your leads, relaying the correct information will never be an issue.

2. Lack or no experience in selling.

Selling is not everyone's cup of tea. Maybe you don't have the drive to make sales or it's simply not the field you want to partake in. That's fine! A sales call can be very difficult to keep up with if you're not familiar with the concept. I mean, a slight shift in tonality can even change the outcome of the sale.

3. No need for the employee hassle.

Scaling your business is not meant to be a one-person operation, yet acquiring a team can be tedious with the employee paperwork that needs to be done. Of course, you can look for any sales representative, but most likely than not, they'll request base salary and if they're lucky, ask you for additional benefits. Fortunately, working with a closer doesn't require you to pay salary plus benefits. It's all commission!

If you're a person that chooses to juggle all these tasks yourself, that is no problem either. But there is a limit to how long it can be done for, especially if you truly want to grow your business.

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