WOW Customers With Virtual Sales Presentations That Rock

Wedding pros from all segments of the industry, watch “How To Rock Your Virtual Sales Presentations” on “Ron Ruth presents” on DJNTV • Disc Jockey News TV, to discover a new way to deliver an amazing customer experience that will have you closing more high dollar sales with ease.

“How To Rock Your Virtual Sales Presentations” is a video tutorial that will help you better speak fluent “WOW!,” the language of the high spending, loyal, raving customers you want to attract most to your business during one of the earliest and most influential conversations you have with them.

Did you know that recent research found that almost 90 percent of sales have now moved to a remote model?

That means more products and services across all industries are now being sold virtually.

Unfortunately, not everyone knows how to tap into the amazing tools and secrets of virtual platforms that can lead to closing more sales.

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Steven Iwersen, business leader, keynote speaker and the owner of Virtually Interactive Presentations.

We talked about how to take unimaginative and mostly boring virtual sales consults on Zoom and transform them into engaging, exciting and enticing presentations—the kind that makes it far more likely customers will buy from you.

This tutorial is a value resource for professionals from every segment of the wedding industry (or any other industry for that matter).

• If you’re new to virtual platforms, the first 25 minutes of  “How To Rock Your Virtual Sales Presentations”  demonstrates in detail, the vital basics of how to use the tools of Zoom to look your very best.

• For the more advanced users, although there’s info in the basics that you may not have been familiar with in the past, you can jump to the 25 minute mark where Steven walks you step-by-step through the process of masterfully engaging potential customers in the conversation. This unique way of letting the customer control the story you tell about your business and the results your customers can expect, will naturally lead them to choose your products and services over all others.

Have paper and pen handy because you’ll want to take notes.

Regardless of your skill level or how comfortable you are using Zoom or any conferencing platform, if you follow Steven’s tips, tricks and advice and incorporate the little, but valuable details he reveals, you’ll discover that your virtual sales presentations will actually make the buying decision easier for the high-spending customers you want to attract most to your business.

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Ron Ruth is a proud member of the National Speakers Association and is an eSpeaker Certified Virtual PresenterThis article authored by: Ron Ruth  |  Keynote Speaker, Customer Experience Design Consultant & Coach, Founder of the Inspiramaginativity™ Institute.

Ron Ruth, Keynote Speaker, Customer Experience Design Specialist and Creative Brainstorming Facilitator.

Ron is the author of “How To Speak Fluent “WOW!”—The Language of High-Spending, Loyal, Raving Customers.”

Contact Ron to speak at your upcoming event, either in-person or on-screen (virtually), or to provide a special, Customer Experience training session for you and your team – email [email protected] or call (816) 224-4487.

“Ron Ruth is a natural speaker and storyteller who excels onstage. He is so inventive in his entertaining and interactive delivery style that audiences are immediately drawn into his presentations as willing participants. Ron has always been a breeze to work with and is a speaker I know I can always count on and recommend without reservation.” – Shannon Underwood, Wedding MBA Vice President/Conference Director

When we hired Ron as a keynote speaker and workshop trainer our goal was to find the path to the next level of service delivery for our customers. He went above and beyond the call to understand our organization and tailor his presentation and workshop specifically for our needs. – Tim Pfohl – GSA/National Shared Workplace Services