Sales 105

It’s important to be professional and respectful even when a client isn’t readily available or isn’t interested in your initial offer. Here’s what you can do:

Respect their boundaries:

  • Don’t pester: Repeated calls or messages after they haven’t responded can be seen as harassment.

Offer value and maintain connection:

  • Leave a voicemail: Briefly mention the previous conversation, offer additional information or resources that might be helpful, and politely offer to schedule a follow-up call at their convenience.
  • Send an email: Briefly recap the previous interaction, offer additional value like a case study or product update relevant to their needs, and express your interest in continuing the conversation when they’re available.

Focus on building a relationship:

  • Engage on social media: Follow their company or relevant industry pages and provide insightful comments or share relevant content that demonstrates your expertise and keeps you top-of-mind.
  • Attend industry events: Look for opportunities to connect at industry events or conferences, allowing you to build rapport in a more casual setting and demonstrate your knowledge.


  • Don’t be pushy: Be patient and persistent, but not forceful.
  • Provide value: Offer genuine value and insights even if they’re not ready to buy right now.
  • Respect their decision: If they’re not interested, politely accept their decision and move on.

By following these strategies, you can maintain a professional relationship and potentially revive your interest with the client in the future if their needs or circumstances change.

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