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Always, always ask how people found you. For example, someone phones up to find out if they can book a consultation with you. Before they hang up, ask where they heard of you — was it an advertisement in the local paper? A friend or colleague? Some other source?
When you have this information, simply pop it into your sales and marketing database. Better still, create a bar or flow chart with the information; it will prøve invaluable as it reveals which promotional techniques are working the best for you … and therefore which ones to concentrate on.
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