Okay first off I will get this out of the way; I know there is a big possibility that they are just not interested. However, there are a few good reasons for me to believe that a particular prospect is really interested, but is indeed busy. I have had 2 clients that told me they need time to "think about it" or discuss with their boss or someone. The first one I know for sure is not going to sign. I messed up in the meeting and I knew then that it wasn't going to happen. The 2nd one is very interested, gave me his cell phone number and email during the meeting and told me he was interested to sign for a year and to give me a price estimate for different time intervals for the service as well as other information. Keep in mind that I gave him a free consultation and information that would influence his clinic RIGHT AWAY if he acted on it, which he still hasn't done, which tells me he is really busy. He just manages a doctor's clinic so he said he would talk to his wife who is the main doctor at the clinic and then get back to me. A week passed and he had not opened my email or 2nd email that I sent with trackers. I called his cell phone but no answer. When I called the clinic and asked to speak with him, the desk clerk comes back to me and told me that he hasn't told the doctor yet because he was busy. Then I hang up and look at my email tracker and just then the guy opened up my emails. Another week has gone by and still no reply. I don't want to seem like I am desperate to sign him, but how can I get him to sign earlier? Should I give him an incentive that if he signs up in the next 2 weeks I will give him 3 extra months of service? I already gave him 3 free months offer for a year's contract, so if he signs up then it would be 6 free months. IF this is a good idea, then how should I go about doing it? Sending a letter to his office? EMail? Phone? Thanks guys.