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5 Qualifying Questions to Ask Your Prospects - Rebecca Matias - Blog

5 Qualifying Questions to Ask Your Prospects

What makes a prospect a good lead or not? How do you qualify them? How do you determine if they are a good fit for your products or services?

One of the biggest challenges most salespeople struggle with is learning to differentiate leads between viable prospects or those kinds of leads that have the real potential to become clients. Not all prospects you speak with will be the right person or company for your product or service. An effective lead generation agent should be able to recognize that early on.

However, a few salespeople might still get confused about the whole process. Sales qualification is the answer.


What is Sales Qualification?

When you generate leads and add them to your sales pipeline, the conversion rate is not 100% guaranteed. As a salesperson, your challenge is to identify intent-rich leads and focus on them to get to know them better. 

Sales qualification is a crucial part of the sales process that helps your sales team determine which prospects need to be prioritized. While it can be a challenging process, it is still achievable. Sales qualification ensures a smooth and straightforward process when qualifying leads. 

Importance of sales qualification includes:

  • Helps identify areas of opportunity
  • Provides a clear vision of future steps
  • Optimizes both the sales team’s and client’s precious time

Sales qualifying questions will help you collect pertinent information from your leads, which will eventually help you filter out those high-intent leads who are more likely to convert.


The Power of Questions

We all know questions are compelling – they let you obtain pertinent information for you and your business. When it comes to the lead generation processes, asking relevant qualifying questions can help you put in the right state of mind to find quality leads. The thing is, questions can reframe your mind, so you have to focus on finding solutions for your business.

Imagine asking yourself a simple question, like “where to have dinner tonight?” The brain will then start looking for answers. It’s like once you ask a question, your brain automatically demands to find answers. It’s called “instinctive elaboration” or the brain’s mental reflex. 

So, how do we connect what happens in the brain in our quest for finding high-end leads, profiling, and qualifying those leads?


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Publish Date: December 14, 2021 2:47 PM



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