The VideoColdCall player is a virtual sales call device which plays a custom video sales presentation on an iPod style device. Unlike an iPod, no headphones are required. The device is very simple and easy to use. You simply turn it on and your custom video pitch plays to the prospect.
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Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) March 11, 2010
In the current economic environment, reaching prospects is more important than ever. VideoColdCall is proud to announce the development of a sales tool that ensures the greatest amount of success in reaching an important prospect. This video sales device significantly improves the likelihood of reaching high-level customers. The result may be improved sales and successful conversions.
Vince Wertz, VP of Sales for VideoColdCall.com describes the device. "The VideoColdCall player is a virtual sales call device which plays a custom video sales presentation on an iPod style device. Unlike an iPod, no headphones are required. The device is very simple and easy to use. You simply turn it on and your custom video pitch plays to the prospect."
"With the economy reeling, companies small and large are looking for unique ways to increase sales. The real power of this device is that it will get past the gatekeeper. For many high-powered prospects, getting your message to them is impossible. Mail gets thrown out. Gatekeepers screen calls. However, 90% of VideoColdCall Players get through the gatekeepers so the high-powered prospect actually gets your message," Wertz said.
Many businesses report a growing disdain among customers for email delivered messages while others find that traditional cold calls often wind up seeing your company name placed on a black list. Traditional mailings don't seem to work, but in the end there remains a need to grow business.
What's true for business is also true for municipalities. Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert recently executed a plan to lure big business to his city. He bypassed newspaper ads, personal appeals, letters or other traditional means of reaching business gatekeepers. Leppert outfitted iPhones with a personal video message about the benefits of his city and then sent the devices to specifically identified chief executives.
Wertz applauds the efforts of Mayor Leppert, but suggests, "An iPhone without a cell plan is $700. The VideoColdCall player does exactly what the iPhone did for the mayor of Dallas. Except it delivers that same message for as little as $20."
This electronic device is like a personal and portable version of YouTube. VideoColdCall (http://videocoldcall.com) provides the tool to deliver the message, but the success of the message may lie elsewhere. "The player is designed as a clever methodology to get your prospect to actually listen to your message," Wertz stated.
While there are other video device alternatives, the Video Cold Call player delivers a video appeal to a high-level prospect featuring a company-developed message that is targeted and compact. "Your prospect simply turns it on, and you are immediately making your pitch," Wertz concluded.
For additional information, contact:
Web site: http://www.videocoldcall.com
The VideoColdCall player was developed by salespeople for salespeople. Performance oriented sales professionals worked for over a year to fine tune the delivery and performance of the VideoColdCall player. These sales professionals wanted a sales tool and not an ad specialty. The player is not designed to be a gift for the prospect, but rather an eye-catching method to cut through the marketing clutter. The resulting product, VideoColdCall, creates a unique, high-impact message for top executive buyers.