Creating

Conversations

that Convert

What we do

Hello

"Hey, I noticed we shared an interest. Let's connect"

Like

Connection Accepts

Twitter

Follow us on twitter

Like

Fan
Engaged

Like your posts

Twitter

Follow back

Social Share

"I saw this article by an expert. I thought you might like it."

Twitter

"Great, thanks, I'll take a look."

Hello

Setup a linkedIn group

Social Share

"I've set up a group for peers to share, please join us."

Twitter

Join linkedin group

Hello

Comment on post

Hello

Share your vlog

Hello

Fan
Responds

"Take a look at my Vlog. What do you think?"

Twitter

"You make an interesting point, we need to do this."

Hello

Meeting
Booked

"Company X was the same, would you like to hear how they succeeded?

Twitter

"That's interesting, would you like to come in and speak with my team?"

Hello

"Sure, here's my availability. Look forward to meeting you."

Making new connections

After manually selecting your Future Advocates (FAs), we reach out to them on your behalf with an authentic looking connection request

Becoming the expert

As the recent founder of a LinkdIn Group based around your client’s main challenges your profile is now elevated. You are positioned as an expert in your niche to your F.A.N.

Adding value

Get known for what you stand for by sharing valuable content within your group. Valuable content shares helps your ideal customer to know what you stand for, and want to engage in discussion

Building familiarity

Regular posts on your profile, in groups, keeps you front of mind. Following on twitter to get followed back gives exposure to more of your F.A.N.

Two-way relationship

Liking and sharing each-others’ content, endorsing relevant skills and commenting on shared likes and passions builds the relationship as peers

Making the ‘Ask’

A natural progression from conversations started, if your ideal customers haven’t suggested a chat yet, then you make the first move… someone has to!

Becoming an advocate

Once the call or meeting is set up then it’s up to you. Be the first to discuss the prospect’s problem, and follow up well, and most likely you will work together. Now all you have to do is deliver great projects and they will be an Advocate for Life!

Education, timing and the long haul

Timing is important, and just because it isn’t the right time for your ideal customer to speak when you ask, doesn’t mean it won’t be the right time in the future.