“You can use this as a way to quickly chat with your buyer after the meeting and long into the sales cycle.” – Jack Wilson in today’s Tip 1224
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Scott Ingram: You’re listening to the Daily Sales Tips podcast and I’m your host, Scott Ingram. It’s Friday, so here’s Jack Wilson with a killer tip:
Jack Wilson: What’s going on Daily Sales Tips Community. Jack Wilson back with another tip. A few weeks ago, maybe a month ago now because there’s so many tips, I believe it was Irfan Jafar who mentioned getting into your buyer’s internal slack channels in order to communicate. Now, sometimes this can prove to be difficult with NDA’s and security reasons, but it doesn’t hurt to ask. If you do ask your buyer and you’re not allowed to get into their internal communications, there are still other ways.
Now, even though Zoom seems to be the trending platform for video meetings, there are still quite a few Microsoft Teams shops. And here’s a little bit of tip for you. If you do happen to use Teams yourself or your buyer does. When you’re in a Teams meeting live and you decide to chat, that chat actually creates a communication thread within Microsoft Teams that stays open long after the meeting. Even if you’re not a part of their Microsoft Teams tenant, it now invites you as a guest. So voila, you’ve been invited into their internal communications. You can use this as a way to quickly chat with your buyer after the meeting and long into the sales cycle. Give it a shot and let me know if it works for you.
Scott Ingram: The other tip that Jack was referencing from Irfan Jafar was in tip #1102. For links to that and to connect with Jack, just click over to DailySales.Tips/1224. Once you’ve done that, be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening!