Three Questions For Business Owners.
Can you answer yes to all of these.
Are You A Business Owner/Decision Maker? Are You Based In Surrey/Sussex/Kent? Are You In A Position To Increase Sales?
If your current spend on advertising/marketing is in excess of £100 per month We need to speak. In particular if you are currently spending money on any of the following:-
- Google Pay per Click.
- Facebook Adverts
- Local Newspaper/Magazine Printed Advertising
- Trade Advertising
- Networking meetings (you are spending time and money)
- Website Hosting and Design
The next important questions is:-
Are these actually producing the leads and enquiries you thought it would?
The reason I ask is that there has been a major shift in consumer behavior in recent years and nearly all small business marketing is no as longer effective as it was.
Not so long ago you were probably told that what you needed was a website to generate leads and you have probably worked out by now that that is a myth, because having a website is the minimum standard and no longer separates you from your competition.
Before that it was newspaper and magazine advertising – but that is looking more like the Titanic – going down never to return again. The same applies to social media and pay per click advertising. Facebook is leaching members, and other pay per click models (Google Adwords etc) are now very expensive.
The fact is there are plenty of so called small business marketing experts recommend you do all of the above and not much of it is actually delivering results.
Let me be brutally honest? All of these tools work but only if done correctly and nearly all of those providing advice to small firms don’t really understand it themselves and are not qualified to provide guidance.
You know as well as me that unless you keep marketing your business it will soon die because of a lack of high quality leads.
Let Me Cut To The Chase
If the marketing you are currently spending money on is working. Thanks for your time so far and I wish you well. When it stops working get in touch and I will provide you my best advice for free at that time.
If for any reason it’s not – or you have any doubts about the effectiveness of your current marketing read on…..
Dirty Word Coming!
If you really want your spend on marketing to be more effective and increase sales (did you spot the dirty word – it’s sales) I can help you. Fixing sales problems is what I do and I know many people don’t like that word – but as a business owner ‘if you are not selling you are not eating’.
Let me prove to you how you and I working together can solve nearly all of your sales and marketing problems for free, and if there is a fit between us I will give you my very best help to get you more sales. Even if there is not a fit I will provide you with some expert guidance and a couple of extremely valuable process for you to use for ever.
Something not a single one of your current advisers or advertising suppliers will offer you.
I guarantee to increase leads, sales and for less than you are spending at the moment.
Here is how I know my advice and guidance works.
I have no allegiance to any one method of growing a business and offer independent consultancy and advice with guaranteed results. My work is a done with you service – and comes with the backup and support of a large team of specialist staff. I also understand small businesses (being vice chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses- Crawley, Horsham and Mid Sussex).
Small business sales and marketing consultancy that is completely impartial and without bias no matter what business you are in.
Email my administrator firstname.lastname@example.org and send me some more information about your business, (contact details, website address, current marketing spend per month and what your plans are for 2014 and the best time to call you back) I know I can help you, but you will have to tell me more.
You have nothing to lose – if we speak I know I can provide you with some immediate take-away solutions.
I look forward to speaking to you.
PS Even if you want to discuss something that is seemingly insignificant me or one of my team will be happy to help.