Edward Jones Cold Walking Question

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Jul 25, 2011 8:43 pm

A question for EdJ'ers. I am a noob with a wire. I've been doing some business cold walking from to time before today.

I cold walked residential for the first time today. I know that EdJ wants their new hires to cold walk with a goal of 25 contacts per day. What constitues a contact? How many doors to contacts on average?

Jul 26, 2011 11:34 pm

Anyone? Spicolli?

Jul 27, 2011 4:05 am

I know the answer cause I am an x broker who no longer runs with that wolf pack.  You need to actually get there name and phone number.  You need a  reason to comback. Learn any details you can on these people names of children etc.  This is a tuff game dont waste your time trying to get minimums.  You need to learn all you can and runn with it.  I would use white pages and reverse search the street and know who your talking to before you even darken there door.  Thats a whole lot of bullsht taken off the table.  There is a lot of tricks to that trade.  Its all in efforts to not have them hang up when you call

Jul 27, 2011 7:44 pm

Yes. 25 people that you could realistically call back, visit, or put on your "drip" campaign.

Here's some free advice: in most communities (other than retire-type communities), residential doorknocking is most effective between 4-7pm during the week and Saturdays. No point walking around for 6 hours on a Tuesday morning to find 3 people home.