Why You Need To Promptly Follow Up On Your Leads
The sad fact is, most martial art school owners and instructors are lazy about following up on their leads.
This is BAD for business! It costs you money, every single time you sit on your leads.
Why? Because for every hour you wait to respond to a lead, the value of that lead goes down, and the chances that someone else is enrolling that person go up.
Find out more about why you need to follow up promptly on your leads, and how to do exactly that, in this podcast episode.
Also, Mike reveals a great training opportunity for instructors who want to start offering krav maga in their schools. And, in the Tip of The Week, Mike explains how to use technology to make following up on your leads a cinch.
Links To Resources Mentioned In This Podcast Episode:
Krav Maga Instructor Certification Seminar – Feb. 5-8 in Austin, TX. Click here for details and to register.
Done for you martial arts blogging service! – Click here for more info.
Podcast Episode Excerpt:
“In today’s podcast, I’m going to talk about the biggest martial arts advertising mistake you can make. And then later on in the week I’m going to have another podcast episode, which is an interview with Mr. Kevin Hudson. Kevin is a multi-school owner on the east coast, and is also a black under the late great Joe Lewis, and a two-time world kickboxing champion. So, we’re going to talk about his experience kickboxing toward the end of the heyday of kickboxing here in America, right before MMA rose to prominence, and then we’re also going to talk about his experiences training under Joe Lewis. So, it should be a really interesting interview.
Now, today on our podcast, as far as our topic today, I think you’re really going to want to tune into this, because it’s something that a lot of school owners drop the ball on, and it’s going to cost you a lot of money if you don’t fix this in your school.
You know over the last couple of weeks on the podcast and also in the newsletter, I’ve been talking about what a tremendous opportunity there is for teaching self-defense in your local community, and also how the average person is not interested in taking martial arts, but a lot of people are interested in learning some self-defense…”