If you missed it, here’s the “Cliff’s Notes” version:
We’ve resurrected “dead” leads for some private clients, and we’d like to test some new, next-level techniques to see if we can get even better results. So – we’re looking for 15 solo attorneys or small firms who will let us test these new tools and processes on their “dead” leads.
You pay nothing up front – since we’re running this trial to earn our first case studies.
After we opened the doors to the offer yesterday, we got a great question back from a solo attorney:
“We write off bad leads almost weekly. It’s just part of the game, in my book. Some potentials are good quality; other leads aren’t. If you can reactivate some of these dead leads we write off, that’s great. Tell me more. What I want to know is: when does a bad lead become a dead lead that can’t be resurrected?”
A “bad” lead can become a “dead” lead within seven days.
After that, chances are they’ve already retained another attorney. However, if a lead is still just a day or two old, there’s more than a fair chance we can get them back in your office for a consultation.
So the sooner you get the “dead” leads to us, the faster we can help you.
As part of the test group, you’ll have exclusive access to my team. So if you can’t reach a potential, or they don’t want to play ball, send the lead to us. We’ll use our best new tools and methods to attempt to turn any bad lead you send us into a good lead – and know that we gave it our best shot.
If we can’t turn them back into a good lead, then you lose nothing because that’s a lead that you would have already discarded.
Remember, this email went out to everyone, and our team can only help 15 attorneys or small firms. So reply to this email quickly if you’re interested in learning more about how the process works and how it can bring “dead” leads back in the door.
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