Audio Interview Promotion Used To Pre-sell, Educate And
Qualify Clients Best Customers.
Here is a client I took on to help
him free up his time so he could stop selling over the phone and
spend more of his time marketing his business.
These interviews were designed to
pre-sell, educate and qualify his best prospects. All while
eliminating tier kickers and time wasters who are not qualified
for one of these electric skateboard.
As you listen to these interviews,
ask your-self what do you find you and your sales people saying
over and over again that can be put to an audio interview?
Doing it this way will lower your
marketing cost, increase sales and increase your closing ratio.
I hope this example shows you how
to automate your selling process using audio interviews. Enjoy
You Should Know About Electric
Skateboards Before You Buy One
looking for an adrenaline rush that only speed, torque
and power can give you, electric skateboarding is the
perfect option for you. Taking a quick ride after work
can be a better stress reliever than your wife’s yoga,
but you won’t want to just dive right in and buy the
first electric skateboard you come across.
Like any investment, if you don’t do a little research
beforehand, you could end up with board that’s not going
to perform the way you want it to, or can cause you some
So in this 30-minute interview with Dave Lohrli, the
owner of E-glide you’ll learn what's important to look
for in an electric skateboard, the many options you have
when choosing one, and how to make sure you’re going to
get the most value for your money.
Here's What You’ll Gain From This Interview.
• Why imported Chinese electrical components can be
• How long you can expect a good set of wheels and
batteries to last and what you can do to make them last
• The different options in design, wheels, noses and
trucks -- and a brief description that may help you
decide what’s best for you
• Why wireless controllers and low battery indicators
are worthless options that really don’t work
• What regenerative braking is – and why you’ll want to
make sure you have it
• And much, much more
Many electric skateboards come from China nowadays.
Problem is, their assembly isn’t checked using the same
quality assurance standards as in other countries, and
their staff is usually underpaid and under-trained. So
you end up with an inferior electric skateboards and
lots of electrical problems you never expected. And in
this interview you’ll hear about some of these problems,
along with some safety issues to look out for before
making your investment.
There’s nothing more boring than a slow electric
skateboard, and nothing more aggravating than getting
one that breaks down right away.
At E-glide, every board is bench tested by skilled
professionals who make and ride electric skateboards
every day. They know what they’re talking about, and
they care about the craft and the customer.
Fact is, there are a lot of electric skateboards out
there, and each one is going to claim to be the best.
You may want to do some quick research before you buy
one, and this interview may be all the research you
Smooth Ride You Get On An E-Glide Is The Closest Thing
You’ll Ever Come To A Magic Carpet Ride."
Sam’s Townsend has been riding
motorized toys for as long as he can remember. In fact,
he’s the owner of a shop that sells E-glides and other
power-driven toys called Myron’s Extreme Machines.
Sam won’t sell eXkates anymore because he got tired of
all the complaints from owners when their boards broke
down, and he found it nearly impossible to get
So in this 15-minute interview you’ll hear why this
action-sports pro loves the E-glide. You’ll learn some
if the ways electric skateboards have improved over the
years and some important tips for beginner riders.
You’ll Also Hear…
• Why it’s even easier to ride one if you’ve never been
on a skateboard.
• Hear why city busses and Trolleys like e-glides over
gas powered scooters.
• How E-Glide has consistently gone above and beyond
• What Sam sees as the future for motorized skateboards
Sam will never forget the first time he took his E-glide
down to the pier at Huntington Beach California. He says
he felt like Moses parting the Red Sea with the way
people stopped, stared and moved out of the way for him.
And that, he says, isn’t even the best part. According
to Sam, the smooth ride you get on an E-Glide is the
closest thing you’ll ever come to a magic carpet ride.
And Sam should know. As the owner of an extreme machines
toyshop, you know he’s tested just about every board out
The Key To Finding
Family Time In A Busy World
time Greg Bahr saw someone riding on an E-glide, he
yelled to the guy to stop. He had to know more
about the crazy thing he was riding on. Now Greg
and his two sons all have boards that they like
to take on the bike paths down by the beach.
he’s never encountered any major problems or
hassles, except maybe a little jealousy from
others. And you know with two sons, safety is
always a concern for him.
So in this
6-minute interview you’ll hear…
How he makes sure his family stays safe
Ways Greg uses his E-glide to unwind and
How he and his sons spend quality time on
Greg, the E-glide is everything he dreamed of –
and then some. And some of his favorite memories
will always include the quality time he and his
sons spend together on their boards.
Why This eXkater Turned To E-glide
Rene Bruce is an extreme sports
veteran. As a former mechanic for an Olympic
team, he segued into snowboarding, wakeboarding
and even helped Louie Finkle develop the first
electric skateboard, the eXkate.
Rene remembers eXkates as being really good in
the beginning when Louie had his hands in the
pot but went downhill fast when the new owners
took the operation to China.
So in this interview, you’ll hear…
• Why Rene switched to E-glide and what the big
problem is with China
• Why he prefers the tethered controller on the
• Tips for first-time riders
Rene says his 10-lb dog loves to ride on his
E-glide with him and people really trip out when
they see them go by. So sit back and listen to
why this former eXkater made the switch to
How To Love Your Daily Commute
Without Compromising Your Safety
Matt Nelson says riding an
electric skateboard can be as dangerous as
driving your car while standing on top of it
with nothing but a little controller in your
hand. That’s why he says he wouldn’t trust his
life with any other electric skateboard but the
E-glide because he’s impressed with the way the
company stays on top of industry standards and
And safety is a priority for Matt because he
uses his skateboard every day as his main form
of transportation. He says it’s perfect because
he can take it up serious hills in the city
while still taking it onto public transportation
when he needs to.
You’ll Also Hear…
• Why Matt likes electric skateboards better
than electric scooters
• What Matt does when he sees a cop while he’s
driving on the street
• How he makes sure his board doesn’t get stolen
when he goes inside stores
Matt says the E-glide allows him to enjoy
getting to where he needs to go because it’s not
just a mode of transportation; it’s unlike any
other experience he’s ever known.
Why One E-glide May Not Be Enough
For Tommy Long, one E-glide just isn’t enough.
He likes owning two so that he can alternate
them out and ride a charged one all day long.
Not a bad idea since he uses one for his
three-mile commute to work every day and the
other when he gets home to relax and unwind from
the day’s stresses.
But he didn’t just stumble onto the E-glide.
After some research, he initially bought an
eXkate. But like many others before him, he
experienced too many problems with his eXkate,
so he sought out something better. Once he found
E-glide, he never looked back.
In This 3-Minute Interview You’ll Also Hear…
• Why he prefers E-glide
• Why he says the Goodyear tires for the E-glide
are worth every penny
• His tips for beginners
Even though he was never into regular
skateboards, Tommy knew he wanted an electric
one, or two. So sit back and listen to why this
electric skateboarder likes owning more than one