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|Blog Post - January 18, 2022|
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RESPOND to the Objection, “Don’t need it.” Strategy 1 of 2
Objection # 4 of 85:Don't need it.
When does it usually occur? Initial contact.
Start with a "transition sentence" to prevent an argument, help the prospect save face, and support them without agreeing.
"That may be true. However, let's compare the two on what you're currently spending annually; to what you would be spending if you decided to use products with these capabilities. Then you would have the cost-benefit information on which to base your decision. That makes sense, doesn't it?"
Remember, they may not need the big function your product or service performs; they're already getting that from your competitor. But what they are not getting are the additional functions performed by your Unique Selling Points that meet their fundamental human needs or one or more of their four business needs.
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