Looking to Rehome Your Care Plan Clients?
Whether you’re changing careers, pivoting your services, or closing up shop, we can help ensure your clients are well taken care of (and reward you for the referral)
If you’re at a point where you need to step back, we’re here to provide a seamless transition as we help your clients continue to prosper.
1. Client Introduction Call
We’ll kick things off with a friendly introduction call, where we’ll present our services and guarantee your clients feel completely at ease with us assuming responsibility for their website management.
2. Website Transfer
We’ll collaborate with you to devise a tailored transfer strategy, taking care of all the nitty-gritty details involved in onboarding your clients and smoothly detaching your services.
3. Offer Our Gratitude
As a thank you for your referral and a reward for the hard work you’ve put in — we’ll send you 20% of your referral’s monthly value for the first 6 months your client continues our services.
Book a call and I’ll be happy to answer them and explain our process in detail.
Why Trust Us?
Our top priority is giving your confidence you’re giving your clients their best option for success — and delivering on that promise.
Experience and Expertise
From optimized hosting, state-of-the-art security, redundant backups, and unlimited support — our website management services are designed to ensure your client’s success.
Commitment to Service
With a personalized approach and a genuine investment in their success, your clients can expect unmatched support, guidance, and attentiveness as they continue their online journey.
From the initial introduction call to the seamless transfer of your client’s services, our approach guarantees thorough attention to every detail. We’ll do all the heavy lifting so you can focus on what’s next for you and your business.
“When I stopped offering care plans, my main concern was that my clients’ websites were being passed to an expert. Kyle was the first person I reached out to and it couldn’t have been smoother.”