Cold Call Success Online Sales Training Marketing Leads Strategy Course Launched

A new online lead generation and cold call marketing training program has been launched, called Cold Call University. It offers expert guidance on how to get in front of more prospects and bring in more leads and sales.

Colgate, United States - April 15, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Cold Call University has launched a new training program for anyone looking to bring in more leads and sales. It offers easy online sales training and helps marketers and sales specialists to improve their skill set in a number of different ways.

More information can be found at: https://www.coldcalluniversity.com

Using strategies provided by Cold Call University, marketers can learn how to quadruple their sales in less time with less stress. They learn streamlined techniques to take their sales skills to the next level.

The site explains that there is a stigma about cold calls that is due to a serious misunderstanding about their nature.

Many people are scared of attempting cold calls, and there is ample information online about combating these fears. However, addressing the fear doesn’t create better results.

Using Cold Call University, marketers and sales professionals can turn the act of cold calling upside down so they can get in front of who they want when they want.

In this way, they can make solid contact with people who will make a difference for their business. While a typical cold call response might be around 5% success rate, using Cold Call University techniques, marketers can improve that to 37%.

Created by Paul M Neuberger, a heralded cold call coach, Cold Call University offers more than eight hours of online video training. This is hosted and provided by Udemy, the leading marketplace for learning and instruction.

The site states: “Cold Call University is like a full day seminar, but you can participate from the comfort of your own home or office on your own timetable. No packing bags for an out-of-town trip. No planes, cars, or hotels to pay for. And without the high cost of a business seminar, you’ll save hundreds of dollars or more.”

A recent participant said: “Paul is extremely fun and engaging. He truly makes the content interesting and useful! I found the time flew by and I could not wait to get started with his method.”

An overview video is available at

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Contact Info:
Name: Paul M. Neuberger
Organization: Cold Call University
Address: 683 Dove Court, Colgate, WI 53017, United States
Website: https://www.coldcalluniversity.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 502525

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