I love working with small businesses. And the reason is simple. I owned a small brick and mortar business for 10 years. I can’t say I enjoyed it. I’m an introvert by nature and being in the spotlight constantly was wearing.
However, in spite of being a shrinking violet, I grew my business—a day spa—by 35% at the height of the US recession in 2008.
I became a Dan Kennedy and Bill Glazer convert, applying their marketing principles to my tiny day spa, and it paid off. Customers loved my marketing because it was personal, informative, and sometimes funny.
And it had great offers!
I understood what my customers wanted, really wanted, and I marketed the heck out of it.
It makes such a difference to your bottomline—and to your sanity—when you deeply connect with your customers. It builds a loyalty fence around them and they don’t consider going anywhere else.
I’d like to do the same for you. I know you’re crazy busy. I know you have more irons in the fire than allowed by law. I know you worked your butt off to get to where you are today.
But one thing I can say with confidence is marketing is not a part of your skill set. And you can’t do it by the seat of your pants. Nuh-uh. Not this time.
When you’ve finally had enough of trying to figure it out on your own (and you mean it this time), set up a free 30-minute consult with me. Let’s stop the tail chasing and get a strategy together that works to grow your business, and gives you more free time. That would be nice, wouldn’t it?