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Telemarketers are essentially marketers who sell a company's products or services over the phone. Telemarketers are in great demand these days as more and more companies are finding this a more cost-effective way to promote their products and services. There is a lot of flexibility in this role. As a telemarketer you may work from a private office, from home or from a call center.
There are no minimum educational requirements for this job but there are several other criteria that you must meet. Because telemarketers do not meet their customers face to face, outstanding telemarketing skills are vital. This includes strong verbal communication, interpersonal and persuasive skills, a thorough understanding of what you are selling and a positive mental attitude to be able to handle customer rejections with equanimity.
At your interview for a telemarketer position, be prepared to show off your persuasive communication skills. The interviewer may give you details of a product or service and ask you to make a call selling it to a customer. They will ask you why you want to know more about why you chose this particular career and what are your strengths that make you a good telemarketer. Confidence in answering all questions that come your way is the key to a successful interview. A great way to build your confidence for your upcoming interview is by going through telemarketer mock interview questions and practicing how you will answer them.