Getting referrals is all about timing

07/17/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

You shouldn't ask for a referral immediately after making a sale, Geoffrey James writes. Instead, lay the groundwork and contact the customer at a later time, after he or she knows you can deliver on your promises. After getting a referral, thank the customer and tell him or her about your interactions with the new prospect, he writes.

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