This blog post examines the 3 layers of sales questions and how to use them to get the sale.

Sales questions are like a game of 3D chess. There are 3 layers of questions to identify your target customer?s ideal buying point and the best time to get them to make the purchase.

1. Open-ended question: These types of questions allow you to pick up important information about your customer such as their decision-making process, attitudes, preferences, or interest level in a particular product or service.

2. Targeted question: These questions are focused on a particular aspect of the product or service and help you determine what is most valuable for them in that specific moment. They also help you understand where they need support from your company and how they would benefit from your product or service.

3. Closing question: These questions focus on when they should take action and how you can stay

1. The Problem/Challenge Layer (What is your pain point?)

In order to make your content more meaningful and useful, you must keep your audience?s pain points in mind.

1. The Problem/Challenge Layer (What is your pain point?)

2. The Solution/Benefits Layer (What will be the benefits of solving this problem?)

3. Your Target Audience (Who are you trying to reach with this content?)

4. Build an Emotional Connection (How can we best connect with our target audience?)

2. The Value Layer (How will my product or service solve this problem?)

The Value Layer is the layer that can be used to describe the benefits of a product or service.

The Value Layer is easy to use and should be written in a way that is relevant to your business. For example, if you are selling shoes, then you might write about how your shoes are made from high-quality materials and are comfortable. If you are selling electronics, then you might write about how your products use high quality materials and don't have any defects.

The Value Layer is a short phrase or sentence that describes the benefits of your product or service in a way that helps sell it better.

3. The Solution Layer (What is your ultimate goal in selling this product?)

In order to sell a product, one must understand their target audience and what they want. This is where copywriting comes in. Copywriters write content that appeals to an audience and creates a desire for the product.

Copywriters need to be able to understand the target audience in order to create content that will speak directly to them without having any misinterpretations or missteps. They also need to understand what the reader wants because this will determine the type of message they should deliver. For instance, if someone wants something new, then they should be told about what this new thing has in store for them. If someone is not looking for anything specific but just wants more information on a certain topic, then copywriting can be used as a way of delivering information that is relevant and applicable to their needs.