I agree, for this kind of business, you can't avoid visiting in person.Walk in.
The 'hardest' - for want of a better word - thing to get rid of is a person, then a call then a letter then an email.
My question would be: isn't it a good idea to give a first call to announce yourself and avoid disturbing your potential customer.
Me too, if they're not in contacts I ignore it.I don’t even answer the phone nowadays unless I recognise the number.
Me too, if they're not in contacts I ignore it.
I've even deactivated voicemail.
It has bitten me few times though, delivery drivers are supposed to call first because of dogs.
Luckily the dogs didn't bite the drivers.
I am a door to door salesman, and definitely having a person in front is better but not easier. it might be useful to delegate customer profiling to affiliates (PPC or PPA) and then visit the warmed lead to whom your product actually solves the problem.So i am going to start cold calling small businesses. Specifically barber shops. Would it be better to call them or visit them in person?
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