Why You Should Buy a Microphone This Year, Yes You.

If you’re like most business owners, you want to make more money this year than you did last year. And if that’s the case, then you need to buy a microphone. Yes, even if you don’t have a podcast. There are many reasons why having really clean and smooth audio will help improve your sales this year, starting with making a great first impression. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the top 5 reasons why you should buy a microphone as soon as you finish reading this.

Reason #1: Sales.

The first time a potential customer hears your sales pitch, you want to make the best impression possible. And if your sales pitch sounds like it was recorded in a tuna can, then no one is going to want to buy anything from you. in broadcasting the call it the voice of god, which quite frankly sounds a little ridiculous to me, but hey, I get it. If you can’t have the voice of god, as least have the voice of someone who sounds really good and makes a lot of sense.

Reason #2: Confidence.

Believe it or not, when you sound and look more confident on a sales call, you’ll come across as more credible to the customer. And if you’re not credible, then they’re going to be less likely to buy from you. Having a good camera angle and a good microphone will show that you are prepared, you care about the quality of your presentation and that you are passionate about what you do

Reason #3: Accessibility.

It’s a lot easier to get sales when you can actually be heard by your prospects. If they can’t hear what you’re saying they might miss some of the finer points of your presentation. Your services are all about what makes you different from the rest, the first part of that process is making sure they can actually hear the offers and all of the details that make it great.

Reason #4: Focus.

Don’t you hate it when sales people call and you can hear them eating, chewing gum, or taking a drink? It’s so distracting that you might end up forgetting what they’re selling! A good microphone will remove all of the background noise in your life. I get it, you are probably working from home which means there are leaf blowers testing your sanity, dogs barking, kids screaming, the sound of wine bottles being opened, etc. A good mic will not pick up any of that so you can stay focused on the conversation and so can your guest, aka potential client.

Reason #5: Repeat, Sales.

It’s a lot easier to sell to people who have already bought from you once than it is to find new customers. And if you want them to buy again and again, they are going to the person who not onlye delivered a great product or service, but also made it as painless as possible and that includes the way the calls sounded.

Right now you might be thinking, is a microphone really going to bring in more sales this year? And the answer is yes. You might not think it matters but it really does. There is so much that goes into sound design and we live in a high definition world. We have been in the Dolby 3.0 surround sound world for years until the Pandemic hit and everyone is talking through a tuna can. That is whats wearing us thin, its not just the video calls its the sound.

Stand out from your competitors with a great mic and set up and in 6 months if you haven’t seen an increase in sales I will sit with you for an hour and find out why.

Until we meet again, happy shopping!

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Molly Ruland

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