Are you a …
- will get to it later – never do it?
- fail to welcome cause don’t know what to say?
- Jump in with your list of programs?
- manually add them to an auto-responder
- Leave them to decide if they want to connect
Suppose you joined a company that is offering a monetary
prize for some action. Suppose that prize is something you can
grant to one of your subscribers.
Suppose you qualified but only have so much time to collect on
the prize before it is awarded to someone else? How can you
stay on top of all these offers?
Email is the bug-a-boo of every marketer. How to handle the
deluge of mail is another topic. However, what you can do
NOW, what you can do EVERY DAY, is open each mail
account and look for the important mail – such as new
Set a time limit of 20 minutes in order to stay focused.
The more important part follows.
Golden Tip #1
Create an email checklist of the important mail that can and
will affect your daily profits. Think potential income when
doing mail and you will find it much easier to get in, go
down the check list and then get out.
Golden Tip #2
Today, every day, the top priority should be new subscribers.
Learn to use the SEARCH for the programs you work that
might have new subscribers listed in them.
Golden Tip #3
Have a series of welcome emails ready to send. The series
will be named according to where your subscribers may come
from. And the message will be introductory. Who you are and
the role you would like to play in helping them with the
program they joined you in. NO selling anything but YOU as
the prime target for that welcome mail.
Stay In Touch
Referrals are terrific but meaningless unless you stay in
touch. So you really need to create CONTACT FILES. It
doesn’t matter if you use a Palm Pilot, a computerized
contact manager or the old fashioned, original Rolodex
The trick is to filter each entry with a name such as
customers, prospects, ready to close, prospects, and friends.
This method allows you to single out specific groups that
require immediate attention.
Obviously, a good computerized contact manager will allow
both the greater amount of personalized data and the ability
to call up specific groups as warranted.
Last but not least, in this post, stay in touch with your
contacts regularly. They should not be left to gather dust.
At the outside, depending on their rankings, that contact
should fit within every 90 to 120 days max.
Having something to share of value to them, besides the basic
hello, touching base etc; something like a news item, a new
business trend,or something you may have learned or even
created a free report on, is a great way to keep them looking
for your next mail.
Remember, this is a service call. NO sales or product
recommendations. Make your person feel like you connected to
provide value NOT solicit business.
Your business will evolve from what you give. Be generous.
Be open and be honest. Know, like and trust, begins right here.
Your Editor …
Mike Jeter – Telephone: 1-216-258-1474 (EST)
Fran Klasinski – Telephone: 1-613-394-0868 (EST)
George Culp – Telephone: 1-806-385-9108 (CST)
Sharon Ticknor – Telephone: 1-905-685-3013 (EST)
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