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Log in or Sign up. Ari Galper’s Unlock the Game Jan 9, Hey Everyone, I’ve only been in the insurance business for a few months now and have a pretty good success rate cold calling so far.
But, I have been reading off of a basic script. I mainly focus on selling commercial insurance.
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I try to sound as natural as possible but it basically goes like this We actually specialize in insurance for I’m just calling today to see if you’d like to do a free quote and see what I can save you? For galpdr 25 calls I make, I get at least who want quotes right away and at least more who give me their renewal date and ask me to call closer to renewal.
Making the first call of the day is definitely the hardest but, overall, I don’t really have the fear that most people have unlok cold calling.
Once I realized that they couldn’t come through the phone and beat the crap out of me, I got over that reluctance real quick. But, I am always on the lookout for a move effective way to cold call.
Anyone out there try out unllck method of starting the call with, “Hi!
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I was wondering if you can help me Has this been more or less effective then the traditional method of cold calling? I looked into this once. Even called their sales phone and talked to one of the counselers.
Its about relationship building, not being pushy, letting the client come to you. This MIGHT work for commercial, but my experience with the counseler left me realizing it wasn’t for personal lines at all and I really wondered if it would work for most insurance products.
Perhaps the counseler I was talking to just hadn’t mastered it yet, but I ended the conversation feeling very uninformed and like unlck was trying to tease me with information, not really giving me any information except the answer to the exact question I asked.
Of course, I was asking open ended questions to try to understand the system. I got frustrated over the conversation, never looked back at the system. Thanks for the info, Dan.
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