Staying In Touch – Follow Up With Your Customers For Big Time Sales Results

Staying In Touch – Follow Up With Your Customers For Big Time Sales Results

[…]Why You Need to Follow Up with Your Customers

You create a digital information product, and work hard towards your product launch. You
announce it to your list. You’ve even done quite a bit of legwork in advance and promoted it via
email, Twitter, Facebook, article marketing and guest blogging… and maybe even a guest
interview on a web radio show.

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The big day comes. You’re quite pleased with the sales. But they trickle off within the first
month – perhaps even the first week or two – and after that, you’re lucky if you make $100 a
month on your product.

There’s something wrong with the scenario here: Most likely the lack of a follow up plan.

Your Follow Up Plan

It’s actually amazing how many people don’t realize the importance of contact or sales follow up
– let alone having an actual follow up plan for every campaign. Yet this happens with a huge
percentage of online entrepreneurs. They put all their emotion and energy into creating the
product and launching it… and leave the sales to take care of themselves.

The truth is, even if your sales are good, there are so many more ways to maximize them, and it
should all be done at the planning stage.

Here’s an example of proactive launch follow up (names changed to protect the unauthorized).
Derek has his big product launch. A couple of days later, he sends out an email to his list. The
subject line reads: “Hey, It’s Not Too Late!”

After greeting his list member by her first name,
goes on to say:
“I know how busy life is, online. So if you meant to pick up a copy of my new eBook, “54
Ways to Love Your Car Without Being a Mechanic”, but got distracted or even just plain
forgot, here’s your chance to still sneak in under the gate. For the next 3 days only (till
midnight on Friday, May 13) if you click on the special link below will be able to buy it
for only $14.75 – less than half of its regular $27.75 retail price.

“So if you’d love to know everything you need to about maintaining your car in perfect
condition (and pay less to learn it), download “54 Ways to Love Your Car Without Being
a Mechanic” right now – and get it at my special less-than-half price…”

Derek sent out that email on the advice of his copywriter – and, being a new marketer, was
absolutely stunned when this follow up letter produced more sales than his initial pre-launch
efforts and launch day combined!

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In fact, when the dust settled, Derek was able to ascertain that this one, single follow up letter
had produced 64.9% of his total sales!

The Power of Follow Up

By now you’ve probably become aware that the biggest crime of internet marketing is “leaving
money on the table”. What this phrase means is simply “not making the most of every single
opportunity to exploit this one product”. Not having a well-thought-out and implemented follow
up plan is doing just that – missing opportunities for further sales, right, left and center! When
you consider how many sales Derek made that were generated by that single follow up letter, it
puts the power of following up into strong perspective.

Just consider these statistics, reported by the 21centurysales.com blog:
“According to the National Sales Executive Association
· 2% of sales are made on the 1st contact
· 3% of sales are made on the 2nd contact
· 5% of sales are made on the 3rd contact
· 10% of sales are made on the 4th contact
· 80% of sales are made on the 5th-12th contact”

What that really says is… anyone who expects all sales to happen based only on a couple of
initial contacts is neglecting further opportunities for profit.

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