How to Win More Bids
Ever wonder why you lose so many quotes? Okay, sure, price is a factor and you don’t have the lowest one. But that’s not the only reason. There is another and it’s a big one: It’s in the follow-up.
But wait, I’m not going to insult your intelligence with a Capt. Obvious sales tip that says something like, “You need to follow up on your quotes.” I’m talking about something else. Bear with me.
There are 5 questions to ask when delivering every quote:
1. “When will the decision be made?”
2. “Who will make the decision?”
3. “When do you want to hear from me?”
4. “How best to reach you?”
And the single most important question
5. “What if I can’t reach you? What should I do?”
Here’s what’s going to happen after you deliver your quote ...
<<insert cricket noise here>>
Nothing. That’s what. Your client will ghost you. They’ll disappear, leaving you to wonder, when will the decision be made? Should I call, email, or text? How long before giving up?
Better to ask these questions now, while you have the client’s ear.
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