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    Pain points generally phrased
    John Ting
    Participant
    Jan 30, 2024

    Thanks for replying to my other post to have a more a succinct email. In light of that, one main preference is to draw them to call us. It’s difficult to get people to reply to our email, text, or answer the phone. Do you also¬†advise to call people before emailing/texting? This scenario is for leads 60 days after a strategy session.¬†

     

    Hi LEAD,

     

    You contacted us several months ago for legal representation.

     

    Contact us before you suffer any challenges or problems. Several people contact us months later then discover it is too late to hire an experienced law firm because the eligibility window closed or a criminal charge makes them not eligible.

     

    Reply back to avoid problems and because we move files to close when there is no response within 24 hours.

     

    Respectfully,

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    Will Barron
    Keymaster
    Feb 1, 2024
    Will Barron Feb 1, 2024

    Do you also advise to call people before emailing/texting? This scenario is for leads 60 days after a strategy session.

    If they pick up the phone, then yes. If they don’t pick up the phone, then we should work out why.

    Your email is very “you” centric. This makes it sound salesy and so it’s not very inviting for someone to connect with you.

    Something like this would likely work better –

    Hi NAME,

    X weeks ago we spoke but didn’t manage to move forward.

    There’s been a few things change in Y space since we spoke.

    Would it make sense to jump on a quick call to see if we can now help with Z?

    Thanks,

    The biggest thing though is that there has been several months of no contact.

    What happens post your initial call/optin and this message?

     

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