Can a contractor build an office building without being able to understand the architect's blueprints? In somewhat the same way key production personnel must be able to understand scripts, especially the nuances in good dramatic scripts, before they can translate them into productions. A comprehensive guide to scriptwriting is beyond the scope of this course. However, when you complete this module, you should understand the basic elements of scripts and even have a good start on writing one.
Many people think they can just "wing it" or they "know what they want to say. Ten seconds goes by very quickly. Your first impression has to be strong enough to carry you through the rest of your pitch. Good telephone sales and prospecting call scripts, well-thought-out presentations that says what you want to say, precisely and succinctly, yet that still gives you room to maneuver, is one of the keys to a successful telephone pitch.
This is about communication and about being prepared. In writing your prospecting script you are crafting a message and focusing your message to your prospect. Your goal with a call script is for your prospect to hear you and for your prospect to get "hooked.
Write your script the way you talk—and get to the point! Written language and spoken language are very different. If your script is in written language you will sound phony. Real people do not speak with capital letters at the start of sentences and periods at the end.
People actually speak more in phrases or fragments, with pauses, sometimes improper grammar and the occasional ah or um It is imperative that you sound real, so if you are having a difficult time with this, try talking into a tape recorder, then playing it back and writing down what you say.
Don't bother asking your prospect "how are you today? Start by asking for your prospect by name. Then greet your prospect by name.
A sound bite is one sentence that expresses simply and succinctly what you do or what is your product or service. Wendy Weiss teaches people to get what they want over the telephone. Your sound bite, or the following line, should position you as the expert—someone company, product or service who stands out from the pack.
If you do this well you will preempt the objection: When I started my business there were many others providing similar services representing companies, making calls and setting new business appointments for sales representatives. Generally these people worked in-house, were not particularly well paid and were called telemarketers.
Even this early in my career I knew I was not a telemarketer. This put me in a different category altogether.
I was the expert, the outside consultant hired to help develop new business. Find a way to set yourself up as the expert. You can use phrases like "we specialize in Mention clients or customers in similar businesses as your prospect. This does two things: In addition, if someone has referred you, this is a good place to drop his or her name.
Next is the heart of many telephone sales scripts. Describe your product or service, pointing out relevant benefits.
Remember-your prospects are interested in benefits. Remember also your prospects will buy for their reasons, not yours. That is why it is important to do your research and have a sense of what your prospect may need and may be interested in.
Focus your message to your prospect and speak in their language. If your industry has a particular jargon—don't they all?
You cannot be the expert if you do not know the language. If, however, you are in an industry that has a jargon, but your prospect doesn't know or use that jargon—speak plainly!
Your intent here is communication.
You want to be understood! This part of your call script does not need to be long and unwieldy—a few salient points will do.Creating the Perfect One-Sheet May 7th, With the Great American Pitchfest in less than a month, I know many of you are preparing your pitch, getting your script in shape, and figuring out what your strategy should be to maximize your pitchfest experience.
The Structure of a Television Series Script With an hour long television series episode, you write a Teaser scene, followed by Act One, Act Two, Act Three, . Use the following as a guide for your script. Print the page and work directly on it OR write on a separate sheet and modify the wording and format as necessary.
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The first step is to write a script (the transcription of all dialogues). If you write your script with a good method you could use it to subtitle your movie in all languages of the world. You will need only to translate the text and keep the layout. Script format may seem strange to the novice screenwriter.
Like any profession, it is a convention that must be learned as part of the trade. Shooting Script. This style of writing is demonstrated in The Godfather example.
Write Only What Can be Seen and Heard - Unlike a novel, everything in a screenplay must be recorded in terms of.