The following two long term care prospecting letters are samples you can review for your lead generation efforts.
The first letter is a soft sell version that is non threatening. The second letter is a more aggressive lead generation letter that incorporates direct response marketing techniques which are proven to boost response rates.
June 13, 2017
Insurance is an important tool for protecting yourself against risk. You may never need long-term care but 40 percent of the 13 million people receiving long-term care are between the ages of 18 and 64 – and it is very expensive. Continue reading Long Term Care Prospecting Letters!
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Trade show marketing can fun lucrative if you do it right. And having a sound, proven trade show marketing plan is key to your success in generating leads and closing sales.
One of the tools you’ll need is a trade show follow up letter with prospects you met and gathered contact information from.
I’ll leave all the details on how to properly generate qualified leads for a later date. But for now I want to show you a sample follow up letter for a salon and spa tradeshow. Keep in mind that you can model this letter for any industry. And also keep in mind that you should have a sequenced follow up. Don’t just send one letter. Use a sequence of letters and postcards (and phone and email followup as well) until they buy.
One of the most important steps in your prospecting efforts is to establish a means to measure your results and monitor your progress.
This will let you know if your sales campaign is effective or if you’re wasting time and if so, in what areas.
Who knows, maybe you have a fantastic sales letter and package, but your response contact information is not correct.
People may be calling your neighbors! Or maybe you thought you purchased a list of Senior leads to mail to targeted elderly people in the community, but you instead received & targeted a list of Seniors in High School instead. Any number of things could have gone wrong. Continue reading Direct Resposne Rates: Do You Have Measurable Results?