You can now offer consultation requests on your Firmchecker profile and on your own website, making it easy for prospective clients to get in touch and for you to convert them into paying clients; wherever they're considering your firm.
How it works
1. Firms with Consultation Requests turned on will have a 'Request Consultation' button on their profile, and in Firmchecker listing pages. This will make your profile stand out more, and let clients know that they can easily get in touch with you for an initial consultation.
Consultation requests on FirmChecker Profile
Consultation requests on FirmChecker listing pages
2. Clients can then indicate a time they'd like to meet with you, their preferred meeting format, and briefly outline their issue.
Clients can indicate a time and format they'd prefer for the meeting.
3. You will then be notified by email, and in your FirmChecker Dashboard, where you can update the details of your consultation once you confirm the meeting/meet with the client.
You can manage and update consultation requests from an intuitive interface.
On Your Own Website
FirmChecker can be embedded as both a button and a native form on your own website, so you can manage your inbound enquiries in one place.
To enable on your Firmchecker profile
- Log into your account at firmchecker.com.au/business-login
- Navigate to Clients> Settings
- Toggle Enable Booking Requests to 'Enabled'
To enable on your own website
- Choose between 'Button with pop up' and 'Form on page' to determine how you want it to render on your website
- If you use a button, edit its colour so it matches with your colour scheme
- Does this tool integrate with my calendar?
Currently, we do not integrate with calendars to avoid creating an administrative headache for your firm, whereby you have to decide whose calendar and with which practitioner. Instead, we just provide the lead and you can allocate them to the appropriate practitioner at a time that suits them.
In the future, we intend to develop the tool such that you can add multiple practitioners and their availability, and indicate their main areas of expertise so that we provide you with even more qualified leads.
- Am I obligated to meet with the client at the indicated time?
No. This is a consultation request rather than a booking. It provides you with key details on the client and their meeting format preferences. From there, you can confirm the time with them (or suggest another) via email or phone call.