From Lead to Long Term Client – Day 1️⃣
These may turn out to be one of the longest posts I EVER write ?
And they are all down to a message ? I had from a guy wanting to know more about The FitPro Portal
His questions was… how can he generate leads and then make sure they stay with him for the years to come❓
So… Let’s get started with generating leads and making sales
Actually, before we get started, all this info, video guides and downloads on all this stuff I talk about can be found inside The FitPro Portal: www.thefitproportal.com
Currently, there is no quicker or cheaper way to generate leads than using the Facebook Advertising platform
You could potentially get an advert up and running now and have your first lead within the next 30 minutes
What’s also crazy is that you could be generating leads for as little at £1.50 ?
So you have these “lead generation” ads up and running, where prospects are requesting more information….
Next, we have the follow-ups…
You want to be contacting these leads AS FAST AS POSSIBLE
You phone them up, find out a little about them including finding out a little more about what they want to achieve
Then you book them in for a consultation
If you have a gym or train face to face
I would 100% RECOMMEND meeting up face to face to sell‼️ It will make everything easier ?
Meetings done, lead signed up ? you have your first/next client ?
Tomorrow we look at taking this lead from the front end offer to the long term commitment
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