Are you a home builder looking to manage your internet leads more effectively?
Meredith Oliver has more than 15 years of experience helping home builders convert more internet leads to sales. Her book on the subject, Click Power, is a five-time best seller at the NAHB International Builders Show. She has the experience and the credentials to help you create a wildly successful Internet lead follow up program.
Set Up or Improve Your Online Sales Counselor Program
Respond to Internet leads faster
Set more appointments from Internet leads
Implement live chat on your website
Integrate and utilize CRM
Set-up and implement an Online Sales Counselor program
Marry online lead follow-up with onsite sales processes
Consulting – How to set-up an Online Sales Counselor program
One-on-One Coaching – Maximize your Online Sales Counselor’s performance
Training – Meredith’s “Online Sales Counselor Academy” for teams
Speaking – Workshops and keynotes on Internet lead management
eMystery Shopping – Evaluate your Internet lead follow-up program
Call, email, or live chat for more information on our lead management services. No matter what size your home building business, we can find a custom solution to help you convert more Internet leads to sales and drive more profit to the bottom line.
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