You finally did it! You took the leap and went head first into a conversation with your ideal client. But for some reason you were left on read.
It could have been your messaging, your profile, or the fact that it is your first message to them and they decided to just ignore it.
The one and done approach isn’t helpful to you or your client. You have a valuable service that will revolutionize the way they can do business. You need to be of the mindset that you are doing your prospects a disservice by not offering information that could greatly improve their life and the way they do business.
There are 3 main ways you can “respond” to no responses.
- Provide Informational content! This content should be about your service. This success stories, testimonials, and case studies. Show how your service isn’t just an offering, but a solution to their problem. You want to show that you are in tune with what their needs are.
- Limited Time Offer! This is about creating scarcity and the fear of missing out. You have an awesome service however you can only take in so many clients before the amount of value you can give to them diminishes due to the time you are required to spend with your influx of clients. Send them an offer and tell them how you would love to help them but you can only service so many people under this price or special terms. A limited time offer can be a specific price for an offering, seminar or webinar.
- Educational Content! This can double for your webinar or seminar offering. Some prospects just aren’t primed or ready your offering. Either they don’t have any idea of what your offering is or they aren’t aware that a service you provide actually solves an issue they have.