'Decades of hard work has enabled us to grow and expand our business, with a little help from TellUs'....
Sicco Elzenga, Griffioen Transport
(specialized in fragile moving)
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How to get the most out of your leads
We always ask consumers to provide us with their job specifics. Study those specifics carefully and prepare an offer specified to the needs of the consumer. The more the quote matches the consumers’ requirements the higher the chances you will strike a deal.
Always try to contact the consumer within 24 hours. In case you want to take it one step further: most industry professionals agree on the ‘1 hour contact rule’. Consumers will be so overwhelmed by the quick response; you will drastically increase your chances on getting their business.
We deliver you our quotes by email. These days it’s easy to set up email notifications on your Smartphone. This way you will be receiving your leads literally real-time in your pocket! Do you want us to deliver the leads in a format your CRM system supports? That can be arranged as well!
It will help you increase your chances for three reasons. First: consumers like it when they receive an email confirming what has been discussed; it’ll give your company a positive and reliable image. Secondly: things that are down on paper always feel more formal then when discussed (on the phone). Third: they will have your contact details at hand.
Be aware that the consumers found you through our website and that the first direct contact will be instigated by you. It’s therefore very likely that the consumer doesn’t have your contact details. Supply your contact details in the confirmation email.
If you can’t reach the consumer at once, try again at another time by phone. Alternatively, write an email asking for a suitable time to contact the requester.
After the first contact make sure you take up the initiative again at the second or third day. Write them an email asking whether they are still interested, or call them up again.