When your prospect takes the time to respond with a thoughtfully written rejection, reply in kind.
First things first:
When your prospect types out a “no,” wish them well and move on.
But “no” followed by an explanation is a sign that the person you’re speaking with has good intentions
And believes in yours as well.
See if this helps:
If you’re cold prospecting on LinkedIn
Close your Direct Message (DM) by offering your prospect the chance to respond with either:
Or by completely ignoring you.
All of which gives your prospect the power of decision and enlists them in helping you decide if your message is working
While allowing them the opportunity to move on with their day and contribute to the cycle of giving and receiving.
P.S. If you do see a fairly lengthy response, no matter how critical it may appear, if you respond to their (clearly) good intention with your own, what follows may very well be the most meaningful conversation you have that day 🙏
Having trouble getting your team aligned on your website?
Start by focusing on the one thing you can all agree on:
The Prospect Comes First: 7 Questions to Answer Before You Write One Word on Your Website*
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*SPOILER ALERT: A lot of the words from your answers will wind up on your website
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