People simply ignore telemarketers when they try to call, most don’t even bother picking up the phone for someone they don’t know. I personally don’t answer the call most of the times the person isn’t on my contacts list. This is because these numbers usually start with area codes that represent places that are very far away. And you are even more screwed if your number is marked with “scam likely“. That usually only occurs if your number has been involved in some particularly shady activity or if you have robots calling people. Well the first step to getting better at sales calls is to try to get them to pick up. Get a local area number and only call within a certain area using that number. That way they are more likely to pick up because it seems to be a call from their community. If they pick up, you need to put on your friendliest voice possible. People don’t want to deal with a person who always skips around the point, especially if they sound intimidating and hostile. So get right to the point with the person you are talking to, to not waste their time and yours. If they aren’t interested they will hang up almost immediately, if they are interested, they will keep on the line. This is where you need to focus on not losing them. You’ve already snagged the fish, now you have to make sure that it doesn’t squirm away. If you say something off-putting or negative their attention might just completely tank. Present a positive image of the thing you are trying to sell, but don’t lie either. Lying would fall under false avertising which could result in a huge lawsuit. Continue to improve your skills with interactions. I see how callbox can make you more money.