As the “Givingpreneur” I am always trying to give you ways to help others and at the same time build your business. So this week’s blog showcases a brilliant method of keeping in touch with your contacts, a communication which they look forward to receiving and keeps you regularly at the top of mind. It’s QuoteActions.
A concept devised by Rick Itzkowich, it helps you to quickly fill your sales pipeline, converts your business cards into profit and can help you re-establish relationships with old clients. It’s easy to set up and maintenance free.
QuoteActions are based on a contact you write to, opting in to your invitation of a free gift to receive a regular quotation, and with that an action linked to the quote. I have been receiving them myself for the last 18 months from Betty Jo-Waxman, and I really look forward to receiving my quote each time. It also means that I see the name and company of the person who originally invited me on a weekly basis.
If you want to try it yourself, then this is my invitation to you to try it yourself! Please click on this link: Sam’s Invite for me to Receive QuoteActions, you can set the frequency, from daily, 2 times per week or weekly. I would be happy to send them to you completely free as my gift to you.
If you are involved in BNI, what a great way to stay in touch with visitors who come along to your meeting, even if they don’t join they will be reminded of BNI with each quote. If you are regularly out networking, why not send this as a gift to the people who you meet as a follow up? What if you have a client who you have not spoken to in a while and you need to re-kindle the relationship? These are also good for friends and family members and not just business contacts.
You can hear many video testimonials about QuoteActions on the website, personally I am a huge fan and if you are not using QuoteActions you are missing out on a great way to give, stay connected and remain top of mind with the people who mean most to your business. I would love to hear your feedback and look forward to seeing how you get on with QuoteActions, after you accept my invitation.