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Elevator Pitch Examples – Where Can You Use Them?
These statements are called elevator statements because they have to be quick enough & catchy enough to pick someones interest in the time period it takes to ride an elevator. So practice with your elevator pitch examples to be able to intrigue your prospect instantly. Here is an example of the perfect elevator pitch to land a job on Forbes.com
Good elevator pitch examples need to be short – include a key benefit and said with sincerity. You need to establish credibility quickly and get your potential prospect interested to learn more. Use your elevator statements to places you are asked “What do you do?” or “What is your business?” or similar…
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Differences Between Elevator Pitch Examples & General Benefit Statements
Last but not least create 2-3 elevator pitch examples and practice with them to be effective and turn suspects into interested prospects. On the other hand you can capture prospects attention with a general benefit statement which should be longer than an elevator statement.
Here is a great article about how to write an elevator speech by Robert Pagliarini on Business Know-How
General benefit statements are used when you call people in order to generate interest or when you you call someone and want to leave a voicemail. This will increase your chances of intriguing your prospect and make the him/her want to talk to you. Don’t forget! It’s used to create value to your prospect.
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