Hello RTV! Get out your notebooks and grab that cup of coffee because it’s FORMULA time again. That’s right The FORMULA 76 is coming to town and we’re going to literally CRUSH the section 333 waiver topic on this one hour live event. On this show we’re going to put to bed some of the all too common misconceptions regarding acquiring a section 333 waiver from the FAA. We’re also going to review the ins and outs on who can operate your bird once you’re legal.
The process could not be easier and if you recall our panel from the last show hosted by Ben Knorr then you’ll remember that we had an attorney on that show willing to get your FAA waiver for your company for the low-low price of only $3000.00!!! Well the good news is that we’ve since found ANOTHER “Legal Eagle” that has now helped over sixty providers secure their waiver. Ready for this? He’s offering the complete FAA filing submission to RTV customers for only $699! The turnover is incredibly fast too.
We know that there are so many of you confused about this process; where to start, how to go about finding your pilot, which drone to get, how to register your commercial bird, how to insure yourself, how to price this out with your tours and photography and more. Make sure that you come to this show so we can get your questions answered. Those of you with existing questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org before the show and we’ll try to make sure we address your question during the live event. Be sure to include your name, location and website in your email along with your question.
We remain confident that this will be the show that clears everything up for you and gets your company offering Drone Photography right away!! Get ready to open up what is going to be your most impressive income stream in 2016 with the HIGHEST and QUICKEST ROI. Start selling what’s in demand!
See you there RTV.
Virtual Tour Software & Powerful Property Marketing Tools
My father has many wise sayings but perhaps the one that has stuck with me most is “If you don’t ask the question, the answer is no”. This simple advice has been invaluable to me throughout my life and most importantly in my career in sales.
Living in the North Georgia mountains, we have decided to focus much of our initial prospecting for virtual tours on rental properties. There are scores of cabins, bed and breakfasts and other vacation get-aways for us who would benefit from our services. Getting started with a bang happened by chance.
I had run to the grocery store to pick up a few things and saw a truck for one of the local rental management companies. I tracked the owner of the truck down in the store and introduced myself and told him a little about our vacation rental photography business. I asked if I could set up a time to talk to him about doing virtual tours on his properties. He mentioned that he and his wife had explored this in the past but it just never made it to the top of the to-do list. I got his card and put following up with him on top of my to-do list!
After doing a little research on their web site, we realized that this company has over 50 cabins in the North Georgia area which they manage and market. I got as much information as I could about their company from their web site and went in prepared to offer them an introductory price on 5 of the cabins just so that we could get started. Not far into my presentation, I asked which cabins they would like to have us start with. I managed to keep my composure when she said that she wanted us to do ALL OF THEM.
The logic makes perfect sense…if they see the value in having a virtual tour on one of their properties, they would want them on all the properties. But sometimes we set our expectations too low.
The lessons learned from this are priceless…
• We must walk into a sales presentation with a firm belief in the value of our services. At our photography company, we know that we provide the best virtual tours in the industry. Backed by RTV, we have access to the premier technology available in our field. We were able to provide a package deal for them and will customize each tour based on the specifics of each individual property.
• While we offer a service, we must sell our service in order to make money. To quote from the movie “Glengarry Glen Ross” we must “Always Be Closing.” Look for opportunities everywhere you go.
• Never leave home unprepared. Have business cards handy at all times.
• Remember that you never get a chance to make a first impression. Realize that a professional image at the sales presentation won’t necessarily overcome an unprofessional image should you run into a prospective customer outside of a work environment.