Is it worth it?

Here are a few things to consider:

  • a nice-looking website with copy that stinks and, consequently, doesn’t produce any calls/emails/sales is basically useless to you
  • a great website — even with great copy — that no one can find in Google… again, useless
  • an email newsletter sign-up form on your website and no strategy for how to use it… results aren’t going to set the world ablaze

  • using Facebook and Twitter and LinkedIn to simply “push” your promotions out there without using those platforms in the way they’re designed. You’re going to give up in frustration when the sales don’t start rolling in (which they won’t)
  • forking out big money for advertising (online, print, radio, whatever!) month-after-month and getting pretty mediocre return on your ad-spend should demonstrate that there’s a problem somewhere in that system.

There’s a large list of examples just like this which small business owners experience every day of the week. They’re just kissing money goodbye. Yet they don’t know what to do about it.

Delivering the goods

If you can relate to any of that, you need to call me. I’m not going to promise you anything I can’t deliver. That would just damages my reputation.

I’m not some 22-year-old, iphone-fixated, churn’n'burn outside sales drone who only cares about getting his commission and then handing off the job to the implementations team. If I don’t deliver what I say I can deliver, the buck stops with me.

Let’s get on the blower or sit down together over coffee and find out how you can spend less on advertising and possibly even get better results.

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P.S. Here’s a list of the kinds of things I might be able to help with: Solutions for Your Business