Perpetual Traffic Episode 325: Follow-Up Sequences that Convert with Shaun Clark, Cofounder of HighLevel

Traffic is sexy, but all the traffic in the world doesn’t matter if you don’t convert. Shaun Clark is the cofounder of HighLevel, what was once the best-kept secret in the marketing world and is now the fastest-growing CRM on the planet. HighLevel helps agencies thrive with their all-in-one sales and […]

Traffic is sexy, but all the traffic in the world doesn’t matter if you don’t convert.

Shaun Clark is the cofounder of HighLevel, what was once the best-kept secret in the marketing world and is now the fastest-growing CRM on the planet. HighLevel helps agencies thrive with their all-in-one sales and marketing platform. 

In today’s episode, co-hosts Ralph Burns and Kasim Aslam chat with Shaun about taking care of clients and growing your business. Shaun doesn’t care what business you run, when a potential customer raises their hand and says “I’m interested,” the clock is ticking. You’d better get back to them—and in five minutes or less—or you lose.

Listen in for some valuable tips on following up quickly and getting consumers to take action.

IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:

  • How to map out a simple, effective follow-up sequence
  • Why Google Business Messages is (going to be) a huge deal
  • Tips for small businesses trying to find the best agency
  • Why it’s important to start local before you branch out

LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Perpetual Traffic? Have some feedback you’d like to share? Connect with us on iTunes and leave us a review!

iTunes not your thing? Find us on Stitcher.

Listen Now

The post Perpetual Traffic Episode 325: Follow-Up Sequences that Convert with Shaun Clark, Cofounder of HighLevel appeared first on DigitalMarketer.

ASNF

Next Post

Muted stock markets today, but decline evident in October

Sat Oct 9 , 2021
The FTSE 100 index inched up by a marginal 0.2% in today’s trading. The FTSE 250 index on the other hand, was marginally down by 0.1%. This is a continuation of the trend seen earlier during the week as well, which is, that the FTSE 250 index is weakening more […]