Webinar Today: Follow-Up Strategies That Turn Meetings into Matters

DATE: Today, March 22, 2012
   ♦ 10 am Pacific ♦ 11 am Mountain ♦ Noon Central ♦ 1 pm Eastern
LOCATION: on the web, on your computer
WEBSITE: www.pbdi.org

Learn which steps are most effective for post-meeting follow-up with prospective clients and new referral sources. Business development specialist David Ackert and I will show you how to introduce a powerful follow-up system into your business development routine so that you can fully capitalize on new opportunities.

Click here to sign up for
Follow-Up Strategies That Turn Meetings into Matters

Do you wonder?

  • How soon after a meeting with a prospective client do I follow up?
  • What is the best method for follow-up?
  • How do I send meaningful communications that build the relationship instead of just "checking in?"
  • How do I avoid looking, acting, and sounding desperate?

Learn exactly which follow-up communications work best so you can expertly and comfortably turn your prospects, existing contacts, and new referral sources into productive assets for your practice.

Register now
Click here to register. Registration: $300
You can pay online with a credit card. Display the program in a conference room and invite as many attendees as you wish.


David AckertTopics Include:

  • Common Follow-Up Mistakes that Attorneys Make
  • How to Create a Follow-Up System That Maintains the Momentum from Your Last Meeting 
  • How to Use Social Media as a Follow-Up Tool
  • How to Make Networking with Referral Sources More Productive
  • When to Use Email and When to Avoid It At All Costs
  • How to Add Value to New Relationships
  • How to Propose Effective Next Steps

Who Should Attend:

  • All Attorneys who want to improve their capacity to win new business 
  • Associates looking to ensure their first meetings with prospects are successful
  • Marketing Directors looking for ways to support their attorneys with sound, practical follow-up methods 

For further details please visit www.PBDI.org.


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