Do you have one?
Is it generating a consistent flow of new prospects?
Is it engaging your customers to become repeat buyers AND refer others to you?
A marketing funnel is essential if you want to create and grow the business you desire. In my opinion, it's the hardest piece to build.
I'd heard about marketing funnels but had never taken the time to develop one for my company. I didn't understand how important it was... I was too busy "working my business". LOL
Once I went through the work of creating mine (and tweaking it from time to time), I experienced more growth in three months than I had in the entire 2 years previously.
A marketing funnel helps you systematize a strategic marketing plan and process that keeps on giving. It's the quintessential "work smarter, not harder" tool.
Here's what we'll specifically cover:
* How to get your Marketing Funnel up in 90 days instead of 9 or 19 months...
--without spending a lot of money (at all)
--that scales with you as you grow.
* What training you should and shouldn't purchase and why...
--who you should and shouldn't follow
--which online communities to participate with, and which to avoid.
* What to do with your blog during your first 90 days...
--hint: it's NOT endlessly writing blog posts.
--you actually only need 3 pages at your blog. We'll show you exactly what they should be and why.
--believe it or not, once you do all the above, you actually want to blog everywhere except your own blog.
Not as counter intuitive as you might think. We'll explain.
* 3 easy daily activities that will bring you a trickle of traffic...
--that will lead to a river of traffic ...
--that ends up being an ocean of traffic.
Think COMPOUND EFFECT
* Why you must.go.deep into ONE social network. We'll make our recommendation for which one and what to do while you're there.
* A daily marketing "routine" that you can follow and hang your hat on.
--you won't be confused about what to do on a daily basis anymore. Follow this "smart beginner marketing" plan and chop wood, carry water.
This webinar is what separates "newbies" from "smart beginners."
Ignore at your own peril.