A Surefire Way to Make New Connections LAST!


Follow Up Consistently by Creating a Master Plan

All too often new connections fall by the wayside because a follow up isn't made. And, the reason is extremely common. We get busy and forget.

Don't let all that hard networking go to waste! Make sure that you follow up with new connections by creating a master plan.

The plan doesn't have to be complicated. But, it should customized for different marketing situations. For instance, you can decide how you will follow up after you've had lunch with a potential client, or after you've met a prospect at a networking event. What will you do after the encounter? How soon will you contact that person again?

Depending on the situation, you can answer these questions and begin formulating your plan.

Here's what a typical follow up time frame may look like.

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