Do me a favor. Start counting your clients. You can use your fingers and toes, that’s fine.
When you have your total, answer this: did you have to use all your fingers and toes? Just your fingers? Just the fingers on one 🖐️ hand? Also, how many of them did not share your last name or that of your significant other?
As a travel agent, even though you don’t typically get paid by your clients, your livelihood depends on them. The more the merrier. But once you have your friends and family coming to you for travel planning, how do you convince strangers to do the same? 🤔
For some travel agents, especially the new ones, finding clients can be harder than finding a parking space at Wal-mart on Black Friday. And if you really want to climb out of the hobby stage and thrive as a full-time travel agent, you’re going to have to keep finding new clients on a regular basis, in addition to keeping the ones you have.
I have learned a lot over the years about how to 🔎 find clients as a home-based travel agent. If you follow the tips and strategies I have developed, you’ll be able to not just maintain your client base, but 📈 grow it tremendously.
I’ve put my thoughts on finding clients into my latest 📽️ video, “How To Find Clients As A Home-Based Travel Agent.” I know when you watch it you will feel empowered to go get the kind of clients you want and need.
And if you’re ready to really increase sales and your client base in 2021, then now is the time to join the Careers on Vacation Mastermind! It’s the ultimate tool for travel professionals and travel agency owners.
Apply using the link below, and let’s get on a discovery call to see what we can do together!
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