5 Minute Marketing Part 5 Client On-Boarding

The point of all of this is that you’re sick of slow months and tired of stressing about the inconsistency of getting customers on your calendar.

What difference does it make if you’re increasing your visibility, building authority, capturing leads, and automating your lead nurturing sequences if that doesn’t translate into more clients for you.

So, we make sure your client onboarding process is a finely tuned machine by making it as easy as possible for your clients to hire you. 

You’ll get all the tools so your clients can:

  • Message you directly from Google
  • Book an appointment with you from your website
  • Schedule an appointment from your automated emails

If your clients discover you in other business directories we’ll make sure there’s an easy and obvious link to your booking page. 

Remember all these discovery points back from lesson one? Now we’ve added even more.

  • Google Maps
  • Google Business
  • Facebook Business
  • Angi
  • Thumbtack
  • Nextdoor
  • Alignable
  • Website
  • Email nurturing sequences
  • Your social media channels
  • etc.

How many of these touch points are you currently leveraging? 

Think about your calendar like a pool and all of these touch points as hoses filling the pool. 

We’ll set it up so your clients can sign up for available spots on your calendar. You can even collect payment at the time of the booking if you want to. Of course, we’ll also make sure everyone knows your phone number. 

Fast response times are important. But, don’t worry if you’re not available via phone – like when you’re on a job. We can set you up with our professional answering service to pick up your calls and put them on your calendar for you if you need it. 

Whether your clients book their own spots, our answering service books them for you, or you book the clients yourself, the bottom line is you can finally stop worrying about how you’re going to fill up your calendar.

When you’re ready for more clients, click here and schedule a time for us to talk.

Talk soon,

T.J. Pierce