Free Marketing Check-up

Are you spending money on marketing and not sure how effective it is in bringing in new customers? Do you know why your customers really buy from you? Are you following a defined marketing plan? If you haven’t considered marketing in a strategic and systematic way, then you should complete the form below to receive your complementary Marketing Check-up (a $250 value).

It should take you fewer than ten minutes to complete, but the value to your business may last a lifetime. After you submit the information, Ann will contact you to schedule a 30-minute session to review your existing marketing, give you a quick snapshot on the effectiveness of your web site and suggest several ways to make improvements right now.

  • Strategy Before Tactics

    Strategy and tactics must go hand in hand in order for a business to achieve a measure of true momentum, but an effective strategy must be in place before any set of tactics make sense. “All men can see these tactics whereby I conquer, but what none can see is the strategy out of which victory is evolved." - Sun Tzu and The Art of War
  • Educational Content Builds TRUST

    People today have come to expect to find information about any product, service, company, individual, cause or challenge they face by simply turning to the search engine of their choice. So, if they’re not finding content that you’ve produced that provides them that information, even if someone referred them directly to you, there’s a pretty good chance you won’t be worthy of their trust.
  • Online Presence

    The web just keeps gaining significance in the world of small business and it’s no longer enough to think about your website as your online strategy. Marketing today means building a great deal of your thinking around a total online presence.
  • Lead Generation and Sales

    Generally speaking there is no one magic way to generate a tons of leads. Granted, for some businesses there are more effective ways, but on the whole long-term effective lead generation comes down to a combination of advertising, public relations and a systematic approach to referrals – the lead generation trio as we like to call them.
  • Keeping Score

    Building business momentum usually comes down to understanding these four variables and going to work on improving them: 1) % of leads converted 2) Average $ amount per customer/transaction 3) Average number of transactions with each customer 4) Cost to generate a customer.
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