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From Prospect to Client in Thirty Seconds
The process of converting a prospect to a client can seem like it takes
forever. You meet a prospective client, follow up with him or her over time, and
hopefully have a chance to make a sales presentation or schedule an initial
consultation at no charge. Then you follow up some more, trying to close the
sale. Months can pass, or even years, between your first encounter and getting
the prospect to sign on the bottom line.
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