Improve Your Follow-Up Strategy, Get More Clients [Infographic]

By Law Firm Suites - September 12, 2016
Improve Your Follow-Up Strategy, Get More Clients [Infographic]

Want to improve your chance of getting new clients by 391%? This infographic shows how small changes in a follow-up strategy yield big results.

By now you’ve probably heard the advice that prospects need to be contacted as many as eight times to be converted from leads into clients.

But as it turns out, you can greatly improve your chances of converting leads into clients by changing the timing, frequency and method you use for follow-up.

Sales automation company, Velocify, conducted a study of 3.5 million different leads to determine, using science, the best follow-up strategy for converting leads into clients.

For example, did you know that the odds of converting a lead increased by 391% if you simply call them within one minute of the initial introduction?

We’ve taken the key takeaways of Velocify’s survey and put it into an easy-to-read infographic.

As you will see, these tips aren’t difficult to employ, they simply require slight changes in your current practices.


Get More Clients with an Improved Contact Strategy


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