3 Ways to Convert Leads for Free – By Jon Weberg

by Sara Szado on April 10, 2019

Let’s cover how you can follow this guideline, raise conversion, and spend next to nothing.

  1. This process begins with the brick in your pocket or on your desk right now. Yes, your phone or the person’s phone who’s in charge of following up with leads, can help you start building a relationship and developing those leads into.

You’ll want to develop an automated process for your lead manager to contact your leads through text messages. You can hire out a customer-relationship management (CRM) for this process, or do so manually depending on your lead volume.

Always start by introducing yourself or the company and explain why you’re texting them.

You’ll want to make sure you’re also contacting your leads in multiple ways, and all at once. The more often a potential customer sees a product or service they’re interested in, the more they become they become accustomed to it.

They perceive buying it with less friction, because it becomes familiar. You can make sure your leads are seeing your messaging more often and from different directions by directing them to follow you on your social media pages.

  1. Also, you’ll want to make sure they’re on your email and texting list. How can your lead resist when they’re seeing your messaging on their phone, Facebook, Twitter, and emails all at once?
  2. The final way to start converting leads into customers without spending a dime is to publish high quality and value first content to all your media channels simultaneously.

With value first content that brings your potential customer pure value, the trust building process progresses much faster and naturally. You have much less friction if it’s not pure promotion, and they see you care about them in some way or other.

Combine these three methods  together  with  a  strategy  in mind and you’ll be well on your way to converting more leads  into customers then ever before without spending a penny.

Jon Weberg is the CEO of Weberg Enterprises, LLC, and founder of jonweberg.com. This article appeared in issue 46 of FeedFront Magazine, which was published in April 2019. Visit here for the full edition.

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