Why is great marketing so important? Because when done well, it can magnify your income and profits dramatically! Wouldn't you like to make more money with the exact same time, effort and expense? Of course, well that is easy to do when you learn the strategies... Read More
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When the phone rings in your business, are your employees prepared to turn the call into a solid marketing opportunity? Or are they rushing through the call, not connecting with the prospecting customers and losing you thousands of dollars in revenue?
How many businesses do... Read More
Selecting an attention-grabbing presentation title is critically important to getting meeting planners to notice you. You need something that not only stands out, but also sets you apart from other speakers. It’s important to focus on your brand and your uniqueness and create a title that doesn’t underwhelm or overwhelm your audience. The use of your brand adds another... Read More
First of all start with a great website design and consistent branded image. Next add the three main marketing strategies below to boost your online success.
Building a great website is the best investment in time and money that you can make for your business. Get a professional web designer to create the main page and the basic... Read More
The next important item to add to your home page is an introduction video.
This video is where viewers can personally connect to you as the expert. It should be no more than two minutes in length, as it’s hard to keep your viewers’ attention for... Read More
Developing your USP (Unique Selling Proposition) requires some very focused brainstorming and creativity – this is what I call "Brand-Storming." Pay attention to how other companies use their USPs to their advantage. This process requires careful analysis of your unique message and your most ideal clients. When you analyze in detail what you have to offer, not just your... Read More
They say that people judge a book by its cover; they also judge a book by its subtitle, chapter title and overall layout. Most people will look at the front cover, back cover and chapter titles before deciding if they want to buy... Read More
Typically the price point offer(s) that you present at your own event will be higher than what you will offer at someone else’s event. The reason for this is because you already have warm prospects that know and trust YOU. They are more likely to... Read More
I suggest you begin with a one-day seminar and eventually work your way up to a three-day retreat, conference, summit or workshop once your list and following grows. One of the hardest things to do in the... Read More
Okay, now I’m going to dish out the ugly side of the event business so that you can get an idea of what to watch out for and hopefully avoid. Here are a... Read More