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Follow up calls


montunoman

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Say you get a call from a booking agent or club asking you if your open to play for a certain date and how much you charge. They say that they'll check with their client/boss or whatever and call you back. You don't hear back for a few days. Do you call them back and see if their still interested?
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Isn't a "fallow-up call" an oxymoron?

 

Or did you mean, "I've really got to call that fallow"?

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A follow-up call is always good practice..either way it goes, you are presenting a professional front.

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There is the key word, "professional." Polite, persistent, and professional. The Ps you don't want are pushy and pain-in-the-ass. ;)

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Aw, gee, you rendered our jokes moot by correcting the spelling.

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