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How to deal with client ghosting

Three reasons why your prospects ghost on you and how to deal with it

Ghosting hurts Photo by Erik Müller on Unsplash

Just like Tinder ghosting, client ghosting in sales is real, and it hurts. As the Cambridge dictionary puts it, ghosting is a way of ending a relationship with someone by stopping all communication with them.

Let’s say you sent an email, received a positive reply. Bingo! You had a very positive phone call/ demo…




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Zafer Atik

Zafer Atik

Business development consultant helping startups finding markets and grow sales. Interested in history and economics. Living between Paris and İstanbul.

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