5 excuses for not following up and how to break them down

03/15/2010 | Customer Collective, The

Salespeople often fail to follow up with a prospect or customer, but keeping in touch can give you an edge over the competition, writes Kelley Robertson. Treating follow-up like a scheduled appointment and never assuming the client will call you are two ways to get yourself into the habit.

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