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Preempt the Objection, “Don’t need it.” Strategy 2 of 2
Objection # 4 of 85:Don't need it.
When does it usually occur? Initial contact.
Present a unique capability, and then offer to show how quickly it pays for itself (financially, subjectively, or emotionally).
You could initially use your company’s research facts and figures, if available, to provide some shock value to get their undivided attention. Or you could use standards of legitimacy (industry norms favorable to you) to give examples.
The best strategy is to use the prospective customer's facts and figures. Questions such as:
With the growing realization that there are costly needs to fill that can only be filled by your Unique Selling Point(s), you gain a competitive advantage while at the same time creating objections for your competitor to now have to handle.
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