Email, Facebook, Twitter, Oh My! What is the Best Method to Follow-Up and Reach Out? 1. Favorite: Facebook chat + phone call… great event last night, you were missed… I’m extending my GWP, so I’ll give you a ring today because I know you were looking for something.. 2. Most Effective: Quick call to share the event highlights and invite to the next event 3. Least Effective: Email 4. Long-Term Impact: Drip File…
Questions that Beg Follow-Up! When you wash your face, how do you know it feels clean? Are you a morning and night kind of person when it come to washing your face? What do you use now? Have you always had great/problem skin? What change have you noticed in your skin the last 5 years? Is it just your face, or have you noticed changes in your hands, your lips? Do you read the beauty press? Would it be okay, if I kept you in my contact list for news, research and product innovations?
Summary Persistence Pays Off Connect with People Questions Lead to Understanding Control the Process and Build Upon the Story Use Language that’s Designed for Them Be Creative Follow-Up is all Around You!
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