Today we received a note from Keith Jetton at Procyon Solutions in Little Rock, Arkansas. Keith let us know that he’s signing on a big, new client that he’s been “courting” for some time. Due to his perseverance, the client is no longer using their previous IT provider and will now be using Procyon Solutions.
This is great news for Keith and Procyon. It’s also good news for Ulistic. We love it when one of our clients succeeds because of advice we’ve provided.
Not long ago we wrote an article advising our MSP clients to send out re-nurturing sales letters. I’m including it here again, because if you follow this advice like Procyon did, you too can sign up clients who turned you down in the past.
Persistence Pays Off In the End. Have Courage! Revisit Your Rejections.
You work hard to market your services. Sometimes prospects just aren’t ready to sign up for your services. The timing may not have been right. Although this is disappointing you shouldn’t give up. In the words of Benjamin Franklin, “Energy and persistence conquer all things!” Have courage and revisit your rejections! You may be surprised when prospects reconsider your offerings.
We’ve made available FREE of charge a sample template of a letter you can use to “re-invite” your prospects to learn more about your services. What do you have to lose? Just put your name & email address below and we will email yours.
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So, as you can see, persistence pays off. Ulistic will persist to ensure you attain stratospheric success. To learn how, call us at 716.799.1999 x102 or email us at: email@example.com
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