Referrals Are Always Cool

If you’re doing good work, have products that people enjoy, and provide a service and experience that exceeds expectation, chances are, your business is benefiting from word of mouth referrals.

While this occasional lead generation windfall may be great, there are things you can do to shine a light on referral generation and generate significantly more referrals.

This week I shared five of my favorite ways to get more referrals in my article for OpenForum – Read 5 Ways to Get More Referrals


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  1. As a sales consultant in Georgia I would agree that the 5 referral methods mention in the post are perfect. People buy from people they trust and a referral is instant credibility.

    You may still have to sell your product but at least you will get past the trust factor more quickly with a referral.

    It may sound silly but I actually have to train salespeople on this topic. For a salesperson getting, cultivating, and working a referral list is a must. It’s like having your own affiliate marketers in your back pocket.

    So when I’m setting up an Atlanta Sales Training class this topic is high on my list of fundamentals that must be met.

  2. As a sales consultant in Georgia I would agree that the 5 referral methods mention in the post are perfect. People buy from people they trust and a referral is instant credibility.

    You may still have to sell your product but at least you will get past the trust factor more quickly with a referral.

    It may sound silly but I actually have to train salespeople on this topic. For a salesperson getting, cultivating, and working a referral list is a must. It's like having your own affiliate marketers in your back pocket.

    So when I'm setting up an Atlanta Sales Training class this topic is high on my list of fundamentals that must be met.

  3. As a sales consultant in Georgia I would agree that the 5 referral methods mention in the post are perfect. People buy from people they trust and a referral is instant credibility.

    You may still have to sell your product but at least you will get past the trust factor more quickly with a referral.

    It may sound silly but I actually have to train salespeople on this topic. For a salesperson getting, cultivating, and working a referral list is a must. It's like having your own affiliate marketers in your back pocket.

    So when I'm setting up an Atlanta Sales Training class this topic is high on my list of fundamentals that must be met.

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