How To Reduce Canceled Follow-Up Appointments
You are talking with a prospect over the phone and they are interested in learning more about your business and you provide them information. You schedule a follow-up appointment and when you call them, they don’t answer. What do you do?
I will be teaching you how to reduce the number of cancellations to your follow-up appointments. If you are getting no-shows in your network marketing business… this is a must read.
Why Are There No-Shows?
There are a lot of reasons why there are no shows. Maybe they forgot about their appointment, maybe something came up, or maybe they are just too lazy… I don’t know. But I do know for a fact that there will always be no shows no matter how good you are. Not to worry, because you are about to learn how to reduce canceled follow-up appointments with this 3 voicemail system.
The 3 Voicemail System
1st Message (Appointment): “Hey _____, it’s me JJ Orozco getting back to you as we agreed. It is ____ o’clock as we discussed. Listen, I know that life can get in the way sometimes… which is totally cool. Give me a call back when you get a chance.
2nd Message (24 Hours Later): “Hey _____, this is JJ Orozco again. We were suppose to chat yesterday. I left you a message and I have not heard from you. I hope you are doing well. If this is something you are not open to, let me know and I’ll stop calling.
3rd Message (48 Hours Later): “Hey _____, this is JJ Orozco trying to get a hold of you. I left you a couple of voicemail messages and I still haven’t heard from you. I’m going to assume that this is something you’re not open to. I wish you the best of luck. I will remove you off my list and I will never call you again.”
People don’t like to be removed off a list. And you’ll be surprised how many will call you back because of that last message you left in their voicemail.
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Events do not just happen, but arrive by appointment.