How to effectively handle business objections

Aired: 02/20/2018
In This Episode The WP CrowdRoy Sivan
Special Guests Chris EdwardsJoe Howard

This topic comes to us from ARC CTRL, and their article on the “Top 5 Business Website Myths, Debunked”. We talk about how WordPress service businesses can better handle the objections they face when trying to sell an assortment of business services.

Whether you are trying to sell marketing, WordPress maintenance & support, or even a new WordPress website. Businesses will always have their objections (i.e excuses) to not see it worth their money to invest in, and we talk about how to combat or respond to those criticisms.

A little bit about our guests:

WP Buffs

WP Buffs provides WordPress maintenance plans for serious website owners & white-label agency partners. They handle unlimited edits, performance enhancements, daily health maintenance and regular security troubleshooting so you don’t have to. This allows you to make bold decisions when it comes to your website without hesitating due to technical restraints.

With 24/7 support, a mission driven by their customers and an affinity to sponsor WordCamps, WP Buffs wants to be the very best technical support partner for any individual, business or organization with a WordPress website.

Since we talked about needing to be visible on social media in this episode, you can also find them on Twitter or Facebook. Bufftastic!

Data Driven Labs

Chris is co-owner of Data Driven Labs, a WordPress Maintenance and Marketing agency. He is a 17-year Internet marketing veteran with experience in web design & development, search engine optimization, online marketing, social media marketing and mobile development. He specializes in WordPress custom development utilizing either Genesis Framework or underscores and is very active in the WordPress Orlando community. Chris has held development and Internet marketing positions in some of Orlando’s top technology companies.

One thought on “How to effectively handle business objections

  1. This episode is lit. Learned alot listening to Joe Howard.

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