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Is anyone doing high-ticket closing?

I was thinking of looking for a part-time appointment setting or closing gig where there's warm leads and one-call closes. Has anyone here done that? I'd almost feel like I'm hopping on some 'high-ticket closer' bandwagon where people don't know shit about sales except how to pressure people to buy. But my BDR job is making me like $3500/month after taxes and it sucks.


If you've done it, what was your experience? If you haven't, what's your opinion on it?

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Rallier
Politicker
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Account Executive
"Warm leads and one-call closes"

Is this sarcasm?
wahmsales
WR Officer
+10
SDR
Lol no, that's apparently what these high ticket closers get and do.
CuriousFox
WR Officer
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Senior Account Executive
Then I need to research this because it's new to me πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ
saaskicker
Politicker
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AE
Sounds like you've been influenced by the LinkedIn/Instagram sales guru crowd. These 'high-ticket-closers' sell their service, which usually is just a reworded sales book, and outsource it to people to set meetings for them because they can't. -- ignore the lambos, rolexes etc. these people are posting, put your head down and crush your BDR goals with a real product.Β 
Beans
Politicker
+9
Account Executive
Sounds like telemarketing....
wahmsales
WR Officer
+10
SDR
Isn't telemarketing outbound?
Generally speaking, these leads are inbound, generally from Facebook and Instagram ads, Facebook groups, etc.
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You can have the absolute shittiest elevator pitch/cold opener ever and you can still close deals.
Advice
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AE’s - those with the highest close-rates & deal sizes are consistently the ones who talk β€˜price’ at the right time.
Advice
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5
Do people still close deals on the golf course?
Discussion
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Did you ever play golf with your prospects?
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Grant_Horun , Β  yoni , Β  BuyersAreLiars Β  and 26 people voted
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