Tips On Follow-Up
Should you follow-up by email or phone?
Here are some things to think about when
planning your follow-up.
Do what works best for you, but don't neglect
the phone call. It's far more personal and you're
future team member will remember you and pick
your messages out of all the email noise they get every day.
I have someone call the future team member
for me to set up an appointment or ring me
for a 3 way call.
Any friend of yours can do this if you don't have
a phone service.
If my professional assistant qualifies the person,
she will make an appointment.
If the person is very interested and motivated,
we may have a 3 way call.
If you don't have someone to call for you, I suggest
you send an email letting them know when you'll
Then make sure you call at that time.
If they don't answer, leave a message telling them
when you'll call back.
Also leave your email details and website so they
can check out some of your stuff.
When you call back, if you don't get them on the
phone, tell them your details again, give them a
call back number and tell them you won't be calling
Be tactful, even though the tone of the message is
that you don't have time to waste chasing people down
when there are plenty of interested entrepreneurs who
are ready to take action and get started.
There are many variations of how you can carry out
But there's no way I'm calling someone 3 times.
I won't even have a phone service do that.
If you give them a time you're going to call and they
don't answer twice, their either not interested or
not motivated enough.
If by chance something really happened to keep them
from answering your call, they'll call or email you to
make another appointment.
If not, your time is better spent working on making your
squeeze page convert better or writing an article or
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