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1/ Conduct Preview Workshops And Start Speaking

By Janet Switzer


If your business recruits clients, patients or customers from your home town or local market area, free evening workshops and weekend "how-to" classes are a superb way to let prospective customers sample your product, service or expertise before hiring you.

Not only do these workshops and classes help draw in new customers, they help retain existing customers who feel you are going above and beyond the service they normally get from businesses in your industry. Home-improvement stores, skin-care salons, bookstores, garden centers, computer resellers and others are providing free lectures, demonstrations and classes, knowing they'll be the first place attendees will turn to for help and purchases later.

If you sell supplies for construction contractors, own an art supply store, run a kitchen store, sell landscaping supplies, programme computer games or just about anything else that customers install themselves or could have an interest in trying their hand at, offering a Do-It-Yourself class or Learn-The-Basics class can help bring you instant income by:

* Getting your customers to start a project or hobby for which they'll need to purchase tools and supplies immediately following the class.

* Giving clients a new appreciation for your expertise in an area they may not know about, resulting in them hiring you for that new service or referring others to your firm.

* Reactivating past customers who may have always wanted to take that class.

Additionally, classes are a great way to establish a bond with your customers, find out why they patronise your business, learn why they refer or don't refer, and look for potential endorsements or joint-venture opportunities with those customers who own their own business.

Done right, these preview workshops can also be powerful selling environments.

Start With the Back-End Revenue In Mind


When you decide to hold evening workshops, how-to seminars and other kinds of programmes, approach your decision with the back-end in mind -- that is, the product or service you'll ultimately sell the customer once they attend. Determine what you'll offer to the crowd, calculate your potential revenues, and then create a plan for presenting that offer to attendees. Use the following checklist to guide you:

* Determine what you'll offer, what the price will be and what you'll bundle into the package.

* Write your advertisement, flyer or other workshop promotional copy to attract the type of buyer who will purchase that package.

* Set up a response mechanism such as a call centre, website, and trained front-desk staff at your office or other point where people can purchase.

* Use every promotional outlet possible to attract prospects to your event--from emailing your current clients so they can invite their friends and family, to getting on the radio to display advertising, press releases, endorsed mailings through joint-venture partners and more.

How to Make Instant Income From Workshops and Classes

Most successful workshop scripts include industry information, how-to demonstrations and other helpful details that provide real value to attendees. But they also go one step further and present a compelling offer so attendees can instantly purchase the products used, the services described or the consulting work you talk about from the podium. To generate maximum instant income, you can:

* Sell products at the back of the room. Be sure to bundle a kit or package that includes everything attendees will need to replicate the process you just demonstrated in your class.

* Offer consulting services at a special package rate.

Whether it's advertising services, business consulting or another type of work, try combining all possible services you would typically provide into a package you discount for attendees who purchase that evening. A common practice is to bonus items that have a high perceived value, but cost little to deliver--then calculate the value of those bonuses into the overall price.


* Sell an advanced programme, refresher course, executive summary or other specialty programme that is held immediately following the main programme. You can also sell it in advance--at a reduced rate--by mentioning it in the same marketing materials you use to sell your main programme.

* Sell one-day workshop participants into longer, more intensive lessons or class schedules that run for months afterward.

* Follow up with telemarketing. Those attendees who don't purchase at the end of the workshop should receive a phone call within a few days to sell them on the package offered.

Speak Locally About Your Business and How It Serves an Immediate Need

Aside from workshops you can do at the local mall or inside your store--service clubs, churches, youth organisations...and all kinds of other groups need speakers for their weekly and monthly programmes. Speaking locally an ideal strategy for selling your professional services to local prospects.

Speak at Industry Trade Shows and Conferences


Similarly, if your business operates in a vertical market or industry that routinely holds conferences, trade shows and other events, you should start contacting trade associations and organisers to be added as a speaker to the conference's educational forum. Whether it's advertising services, business consulting or another type of work, try combining all possible services you would typically provide into a package you discount for attendees who purchase that evening. A common practice is to bonus items that have a high perceived value, but cost little to deliver--then calculate the value of those bonuses into the overall price.

 

 

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How to get leads with special reports

A lead capture system on your website is crucial for building your list of prospective and existing customers.

But to build that list you have to persuade people to give you their names and email addresses and their permission for you to contact them in the future.

One way to convince people to give you their names and email addresses and permission is to offer them a free special report.

Special reports are generally more detailed than a brochure.

The purpose of the special report is to provide valuable information that your prospects and customers don't have the time (or knowledge) to find themselves. This will reinforce your value in the minds of your prospects and customers.

It also shows prospective customers your expertise in an area that they are intensely interested in.

The benefits of special reports (besides their ability to help you convert more website visitors into leads) are that they are quite easy to compile, to distribute and digest.

Like e-books, they can be downloaded immediately after a website visitor has opted to join your mailing list. They're short and therefore easy to read.

When you know the key problems your customers (and prospects) have, develop some special reports that address them.

How to write special reports

Your special report needs to grab the attention of your target audience instantly.

You need to get to the core problem that they're wrestling with and let them know that you care and understand how frustrated they must be. Focus on the pain having that problem creates and how it manifests in their lives. And then show you have the solution or answer to that problem.

Provide an easy to understand step-by-step formula for resolving the problem - tell what needs to be done BUT not how to do it. Why? You want them to be aware that you can solve their problem but they will have to pay for the privilege (your product or service).

Then give them proof that your formula works - use the examples of clients that you've helped (with their permission, of course).

Reinforce your credibility by explaining how you found the solution. This demonstrates your expertise and authority on the subject matter.

Finish your special report with a resource box that provides an offer that they can't refuse - one with a limited timeframe to take you up on what it is that you are selling.

Remember to include all your contact information including your personal name, business address, phone numbers, and website address.

You can also repurpose your report - edit it down into a number of short articles and publish them online. Or use them as blog posts on your website.

Tips for creating special reports

* Use plenty of how-to tips
* Keep your sentences and paragraphs brief
* Maintain your readers' interest by using real stories to illustrate your major points
* Break up chunks of copy
* Use lots of white space
* Use sub-heads
* Use lists and bulleted items
* Invite readers to get in contact with you if they have questions and to keep you updated on their progress.

How to package your special reports

You can have your special reports printed and bound as a book or stapled like a booklet or placed in a binder. Or you can present them via video, DVD, CD, mini CD, a web page or email or as a PDF download.

You can also have your special reports printed and then posted to prospective clients (which also means you can send those people offers in future direct mail campaigns).

Always put a price on the cover of your free reports. Even though you give them away for free, people will value them more and be more likely to keep them if they believe them to have a monetary value.

How to promote your special reports

* Turn part of your special report into a free article and send it to the media in your market or industry and ask that if they use it, they publish your resource box with the compelling offer at the end of the article.
* Send them to existing clients as a thankyou for their business
* Send excerpts or a brief version to newsletter and ezine publishers with a link to your website
* Promote your special reports in your own newsletter or ezine
* Mention them in your media kit (online and offline)

And don't think that you can only ever give special reports away for free. You can also sell your special reports. In fact, they can become an additional revenue source for you, an especially valuable one because they cost very little to produce.

Where to sell your special reports

* Sell them on your website with a list of what readers will learn from each report
* Send a mini version of your special report to the media in your market (remember to include your Resource Box)
* Bundle special reports with other products such as books and audio CDs, and sell them as a package.
* Use a few tips from each report on your website
* Offer shorter versions of your report to publishers of print and online newsletters
* Give away your special report, or give customers two or three reports of their choice for free, as an incentive to buy one of your more expensive products.
* Bundle special reports by topic and offer them at a discount price.
* Send them to your clients as a way of thanking them for doing business with you.

 

 

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How To Use Emails To Grow Your Business

A permission-based email programme can drive traffic to your website or online store, increase sales, reinforce familiarity with your company, and build trust and loyalty. It's no wonder that internet marketing experts say email marketing can be one of the most cost-effective marketing tools in your arsenal

First Build Your List

If you don't already have a list of customers, then now is the time to start building one. You need to find the names and addresses of people who are interested or could be interested in what you have to offer. So, building your email list entails three stages:

1. The acquisition of the email addresses (where and how you collect them)
2. How you welcome your new subscribers
3. How you behave once your subscribers have opted in (how you manage your list)

A note of caution: Before you even add any email address to your database, make sure you obtain the owner's permission.

How To Acquire Email Addresses Online

Place a sign-up form on each page of your website. Demonstrate just how valuable signing up will be for them by providing examples of the emails you'll be sending their way, along with testimonials from some of your happy customers.

Use paid search to reach higher positions in the search engines and post the link to your sign-up page prominently on the landing page.

Advertise your website address in other companies' ezines (that reach your target audience).

Entice them to take the plunge and sign up by offering free downloadable or mailed reports or future discounts that are only available for online subscribers. Make sure that you place opt-in boxes on your special reports and any registration forms. This has a major impact on conversion rates.

Optimise your website to ensure your receive a high ranking on the search engines. Optimise your newsletters to increase traffic and the number of subscribers. If you are paying for search services like Google Adwords, include your email subscription details on the landing page.

You've probably seen 'Send this ezine to a friend' buttons on the newsletters you receive. They help to generate leads with little effort on your part PLUS people are more likely to open messages from someone they know than someone they don't.

When someone buys your product or service, use it as an opportunity to promote your sign-up box and add a link to your opt-in page.

Make sure your email signature (and those of your employees) includes information about your email newsletter with a 'sign up now' link.

If you can write free articles for online article sites or for offline newsletters, magazines or newspapers, make sure it includes mention of your ezine and a link to your site.

Your First Encounter

Begin by explaining on your sign-up page the wonderful benefits your emails will bring. If you've done your research, you'll know exactly what triggers to pull, what buttons to push, to get your potential customers interested, even excited about your emails.

When you ask for their details, keep it simple: ask for their email address, first name, last name and what format they prefer (HTML or text). Make sure you include a 'thank you for subscribing' page.

Send a confirmation email to validate the address you've been given (a double opt-in - an email that says "Click on this link to confirm your subscription"). It can also repeat and expand on the benefits you're offering to your subscribers.

Keeping The Relationship Fresh

If you've promised to provide useful information, you must deliver it. If you don't, you'll receive a whole load of 'unsubscribe' notices and know that you've let your subscribers down.

 

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The Seven Secrets of Getting Testimonials That Sell Your Products For You


All testimonials are NOT created equally and there's a technique when it comes to "trapping" useful ones. The following seven 'secrets' make it easier for you to get what you need from customers so you can create conversion-focused statements.

Secret #1 - Strike While The Iron Is Hot - Try to get a testimonial from your customer as soon as possible, within the first week if you can, or right after the customer uses your product or service. Your customers will be at their "giddiest" and motivated to write you a great testimonial.

Secret #2 - Get What You Need
- Always ask your customers to include your unique selling proposition (USP) in the testimonial. For instance, if your USP includes exceptional customer service, same day installation, and a money-back guarantee then ask your customer to attest to those qualities.

Secret #3 - Avoid Generalisations - Ask your customers to be specific in their testimonials. If you brought the spa out the same day tell them to include the time that it arrived. If you delivered some kind of outrageous act of customer service, have them write specifically about what you did and how it helped your customer.

Secret #4 - Ask for a Picture - Always try to get a picture with them using your product. As a matter of fact, try to take the picture yourself so that you know you'll get a good one. Take several and make sure they are smiling, playing, kissing, relaxing, etc. Pictures double the effectiveness of your testimonial. Pictures bring the testimonials to life.

Secret #5 - Please and Thank You
- Make sure you get permission from your customers to use their testimonials in your advertising. Thank them profusely and let them know that it is testimonials like theirs that help your business grow.

Secret #6 - Hometown Advantage - Ask them if you
cannot only use their name but the town (suburb) they live in. Addresses, even if it's just a city name, increase the believability of the testimonial. They are real people who live in the same community as their prospects.

Secret #7 - Don't Take "No" For An Answer
- Although this may sound like a controversial tactic, it works. Let's say your customer procrastinates. Call them up and mention that you know they are very busy, but that their testimonial is important to you. Suggest that to save them time and hassle, you will draft a testimonial for them and they can make any changes they wish.

NOTE: If you're asking for testimonials through snail mail, be sure to include a self-addressed envelope for the response. It shouldn't cost your customer anything but time (and not much of that!) to give you an endorsement.

 

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20 Easy ways to get leads

There are plenty of low-cost ways to generate more leads for your business. The following 20 tactics cover some of them and include referrals, testimonials, and affiliate programmes.

1. Continue to build a relationship with clients, customers and colleagues by anticipating their needs.
If you want to create top-of-mind awareness, provide value and do it fast. Referrals love speed. The more actions you take, the more referrals and introductions will happen. Actively share information that the other person finds useful to his or her life.

2. Offer discounts for referrals.
If you can afford it, offer discounts on future purchases to those who refer your company to others. For example, offer the referring customer 10% off the next job order if they refer someone to you and that individual uses your services. Discounts are a great incentive for many to refer companies to potential clients.

3. Swap referrals.
Set up a system to swap referrals with businesses you deal with. Offer to send referrals to them and vice versa.

4. Concentrate on swapping referrals with businesses whose clients are likely to need your service or whose service your clients might need.
Establish a way of tracking the referrals you send and receive. Give leads in return. It's one of the best ways to get referrals. Kick start the process by providing referrals to other businesses and customers. Only recommend businesses that you know will deliver a quality product or service - your reputation is at stake too!

5. Swap referrals with rivals.
Pass along jobs or contracts your company can't handle to your competitors and ask them to do the same.

6. Remind your suppliers that you want referrals.

Ask your suppliers for referrals. Send out brochures or samples of your work to your suppliers and remind them that when your business prospers, so does theirs.

7. Host a 'bring-a-friend' event to get more leads.
Invite your best clients to an event at your premises (or a nearby venue), and ask each of them to bring a friend along. On the invitation, include a list of the type of clients you help which will help them to know who to choose to bring along.

8. Use your website as a referral tool.
On your website, have a 'click here to earn cash' button, which takes customers through to a page that explains how their referrals will earn them cash rewards.

9. Use 'invite your friends' or 'send article to your friends' buttons on your website.
Have an automated email referral system that your customers can use to email to their friends. Since the emails will be sent from your customers, they're less likely to be regarded as spam mail.

10. Start an affiliate programme.

An online affiliate programme means you pay others a set fee for their referrals.

11. Query customers who decided not to buy from you.

Find out why potential customers passed up the opportunity to do business with you. Even if they don't want your product or service, they may know others who will so do ask them for referrals.

12. Train all your employees about the value of referrals and how they can get them.

Offer bonuses and rewards for those who generate new ways of getting referrals. As with any behavior, you want to reinforce, reward referral-generating behavior.

13. Track referrals.

Keep track of how and from where you are getting successful customer referrals. By tracking referrals, you will know what works and what doesn't work. Target your top performing customers, the ones who make the most referrals, and reward them lavishly. Find out why and how they make their
referrals. Use the information to increase referrals from other customers.

14. Collect testimonials from your customers and use them in your marketing materials (both offline and online).
This allows your customers to do the 'talking' and convincing for you and your business. When people see other people using something, it removes many of the barriers to purchase for them. They will assume the solution must be safe, must work if so many other people are using it.

15. Scepticism works well in testimonials.
One of the most powerful testimonials is the one in which the customer admits they were hesitant or sceptical before they tried your product or service, but now they are converted. This will go a long way to convincing prospects who have the same doubts or objections about trying your product or service.

16. Negative testimonials attract positive attention.
A good testimonial can begin in a negative vein (but obviously finish in a positive one) because it shows a change in attitude and highlights the sorts of doubts or fears that other potential customers might have.

17. Make sure that you give as many details as you can about the person who has given a testimonial.
It's down to you to prove that your testimonials are real. How believable is 'Mrs B. Of West Midlands' compared with 'Mary Butler of the Solihull' right next to a head and shoulders photo of her? If possible, use your customer's photograph, real name, company position and location with their testimonial. It adds authenticity to the testimonial.

18. The best time to ask a client for a testimonial is after you have delivered to them the first time.
Don't wait for the relationship to settle down before asking; ask why they are still madly in love with you as a supplier.

19. Use testimonials with lots of detail.
Instead of testimonials that say 'Wow, this is brilliant!' use ones that explain how your product or service helped your customer.

20. Use testimonials that focus on different aspects of your service or product.
Have one that says what great service you provide; one that talks about the quality of the service; one that describes how easy it is to do business with you; one that explains how you provide value for money; and one that talks about the outcome a customer achieved using your product or service and how it exceeded their expectations. You could also add one that says how much a particular customer has recommended the product or service to other companies, colleagues or family/friends.

 

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Marketing Funnel Or Marketing Colander?

Marketing experts say you must woo your prospects, offering them low or no cost samples, then something that is a little bit more expensive and so on until they are familiar enough with you and your company to consider your highest priced products. Doing it this way makes purchase decisions easier. As the relationship between you and your prospect develops, the objections he or she may have had initially begins to disappear.

To make the process easy, you need to have a range of products or services at different prices so prospects can gradually move toward the more expensive range at a pace that makes them comfortable.

One way to visualise this process is to imagine a funnel, wide at the top and narrowing to a point at the bottom. This is called a 'marketing funnel'. Its most important role is to help you to attract a huge audience (who come in at the wide end of the funnel) and to gradually develop their trust in you and your products or services so they move quite happily down through to the more expensive level of products and services. The funnel gets smaller at the bottom which symbolises the smaller number of clients, albeit higher paying clients. They are the ones who are buying your most expensive products or services. Although the number of clients is smaller, the amount of cash generated is the greatest. In other words, the amount spent is inversely proportionate to the width of the funnel.

The smoother your marketing funnel runs, the more efficient and successful your business is. Are there gaps in your product and service offerings? Are there holes where prospects can simply fall through? It could be that:

* Your free report (or any free product) isn't relevant to your target audience or to your products.
* You're not capturing traffic from your website. Make sure you have a way to capture your visitors' contact information.
* You're not following up with people who request free information. Use auto responders to send out a sequence of lessons, tips or articles.
* Your follow-up messages don't have a call to action. Remember to invite people back to your website, to check out a particular product or service or to sign up for your teleseminar.
* Your free newsletter isn't up to scratch. Maybe it doesn't contain enough relevant information, takes too long to read or looks boring.
* Your website is too busy (too many products or services so visitors feel overwhelmed or confused and simply click away)
* Your website copy isn't effective in exciting customers to want to stay (or buy!)
* You aren't offering enticing bonuses that would help customers to take the plunge and buy
* Your prices are too high (or even too low)
* Your follow-up isn't effective (customers may be unaware that you have a range of products or services at different prices)

Once you've found the 'leaks' in your marketing funnel, fix them! Plug the holes by adding additional levels of product and service offerings and a range of pricing options. Remember to keep moving your prospects through the funnel - don't stop your marketing efforts once your prospects have signed-up for a free product. That's only the beginning! And remember to pay equal attention to your existing customers!

Your marketing funnel can be your most basic marketing strategy but when used correctly, it can have a massive impact on your company's profits and success.

 

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How to Write Special Reports


Your special report needs to instantly grab the attention of your target audience - it must convey that you really do know what fear, worry, anxiety or problem keeps them awake at night.


You need to get to the core problem that they're wrestling with and let them know that you care and understand how frustrated they must be. Focus on the pain having that problem creates and how it manifests in their lives (losing money, wasting precious time, stress, etc). And then show you have the solution or answer to that problem.


Provide an easy to understand step-by-step formula for resolving the problem - tell what needs to be done BUT not how to do it. Why? You want them to be aware that you can solve their problem but they will have to pay for the privilege (your product or service).

Then give them proof that your formula works - use the examples of clients that you've helped (with their permission, of course).


Reinforce your credibility by explaining how you found the solution. This demonstrates your expertise and authority on the subject matter.


Finish your special report with a resource box that provides an offer that they can't refuse - one with a limited time frame to take you up on what it is that you are selling.


Remember to include all your contact information including your personal name, business address, phone numbers, and website address.


You can also repurpose your report - edit it down into a number of short articles and publish them online. Or use them as blog posts on your website.


If you don't have the time or inclination to write your own special report - you can outsource the research and the writing easily. What's more, you can put your name on the cover once it's complete.


Tips For Creating Special Reports


* Use lots of how-to tips

* Keep your sentences and paragraphs brief

* Maintain your readers' interest by using real stories to illustrate your major points

* Break up chunks of copy

* Use lots of white space

* Use sub-heads

* Use lists and bulleted items

* Invite readers to get in contact with you if they have questions and to keep you updated on their progress.


How To Package Your Special Report


You can have your special report printed and bound as a book or stapled like a booklet or placed in a binder. Or you can present it via video, DVD, CD, mini CD, a web page or email or as a PDF download.


You can also have your special report printed and then posted to prospective clients (which also means you can send those people offers in future direct mail campaigns).


Always put a price on the cover of your free reports. Even though you give them away for free, people will value them more and be more likely to keep them if they believe them to have a monetary value.


How To Promote Your Special Reports


* Turn part of your special report into a free article and send it to the media in your market or industry and ask that if they use it, they publish your resource box with the compelling offer at the end of the article.

* Send them to existing clients as a thankyou for their business

* Send excerpts or a brief version to newsletter and ezine publishers with a link to your website

* Promote your special reports in your own newsletter or ezine

* Mention them in your media kit (online and offline)

And don't think that you can only ever give special reports away for free. You can also you're your special reports. In fact, they can become an additional revenue source for you, an especially valuable one because they cost very little to produce.


Where To Sell Your Special Reports


* Sell them on your website with a list of what readers will learn from each report

* Send a mini version of your special report to the media in your market (remember to include your Resource Box)

* Bundle special reports with other products such as books and audio CDs, and sell them as a package.

* Use a few tips from each report on your website

* Offer shorter versions of your report to publishers of print and online newsletters

* Give away your special report, or give customers two or three reports of their choice for free, as an incentive to buy one of your more expensive products.

* Bundle special reports by topic and offer them at a discount price.

* Send them to your clients as a way of thanking them for doing business with you.

 

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Attract New Clients With Testimonials

You can attract or 'catch' more clients by collecting testimonials from your customers and using them in your marketing materials (both online and offline). It lets your customers do the talking and convincing for you and your business. If possible, include the customer's photograph, their real name, position within their company and location. That way, prospects can see that the testimonials are genuine.

Some testimonials aren't particularly useful: they're the ones that say "Wow! Your company's great!" SuccessTrack Founder Jonathan Jay recommends you ask customers to go into detail about how the product or service has improved or benefited their lives.

"You need testimonials that give sufficient detail. For example, someone might go on an investment training course and they might say: 'When I first came on your investment training course I was £5,000 in debt. However, after using the advice I am now £10,000 in credit - after paying off all my credit cards - and I now have a bright future ahead of me because I now know that I'm in control of my financial destiny.' That's good whereas a testimonial that just says, 'Fantastic!' - is not so good.

"You need to build up the layers of detail. A testimonial that just says: 'This product is absolutely brilliant' with the person's initials underneath, is not very powerful. The business owner should have asked for the testimonial and explained it was going to be used on their website and in their marketing material and was going to be read by other people."

Most people don't use testimonials effectively and therefore they don't see the impact they can have, says Jay. "They don't even see the necessity of collecting testimonials from clients. But if you get the right testimonials from the right people, it builds respect, prestige and your professionalism. It elevates you in the eyes of the person reading the testimonial. They say, 'Well, if this person says she's good - she must be good!'

"The key is to get testimonials about different aspects of your service or product. If you get a whole range of testimonials saying the same thing it reinforces the point - but ideally what you want to see is them coming from different angles. So have:

* One testimonial saying what great service you provide

* One testimonial talking about the quality of the materials

* One testimonial saying how easy you are to do business with

* One testimonial talking about the value for money

* One testimonial talking about the outcome derived from using your product or service and how it exceeded their expectations

* One testimonial saying how much they have recommended the products or service to their friends and family

* One testimonial saying, "I've tried other companies products or other companies services and they don't measure up to yours".

"Have a range of testimonials to endorse what you do from every single angle. Think of it as a CAT scan - providing clarity from every single angle and providing absolute transparency so there is zero doubt in anyone's mind."

Hank Stroll and Meryl K. Evans say referrals don't always happen just by accident. They are the product of a great customer experience - a mix of sales, marketing and customer-support efforts. It's too easy to forget to remind customers how great their experience was so that they will be more willing to make further referrals. Out of sight is definitely out of mind, in this case.

They recommend you identify the 'ideal' referral candidates, articulate your company's USP and how it relates to their network, create the ideal environment for referrals and thank the referrers.

Referrals, they say, are the best low-cost marketing projects you can deliver. The best way to make referrals work for you is to stay in contact with your network.

 

 

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Personalized Coaching by Bibi Apampa 

Become a best selling Author, 

Become a Great Speaker and Motivator

Become an  Internet marketing Expert

Become a Valuable Life Coach and Consultant

Become Web Famous

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The Expert In Me Coaching Programme read more   

Unleash the Expert in You

Personalized Coaching by Bibi Apampa 

Become a best selling Author, 

Become a Great Speaker and Motivator

Become an  Internet marketing Expert

Become a Valuable Life Coach and Consultant

Become Web Famous

www.TheExpertInMe.com

 


























































The Expert In Me Coaching Programme read more   

Unleash the Expert in You

Personalized Coaching by Bibi Apampa 

Become a best selling Author, 

Become a Great Speaker and Motivator

Become an  Internet marketing Expert

Become a Valuable Life Coach and Consultant

Become Web Famous

www.TheExpertInMe.com

 

































The Expert In Me Coaching Programme read more   

Unleash the Expert in You

Personalized Coaching by Bibi Apampa 

Become a best selling Author, 

Become a Great Speaker and Motivator

Become an  Internet marketing Expert

Become a Valuable Life Coach and Consultant

Become Web Famous

www.TheExpertInMe.com