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Posted by michaelcassar on March 26, 2018

Would it shock you to know there are a multitude of strategies that could easily double or triple your business’s profits?

For example, how often do you leverage off of your relationships with your current customers?

Most business owner’s count their blessings that they sold them once and never consider going back and asking them to buy multiple times.

In fact, for those prospects of yours that don’t buy from you, how many times do you contact them and give them additional chances to purchase what you sell. The answer for most business owners is NEVER!

Did you know that only 3% of all prospects are ready to buy right now?

The remaining 97% are not… and they need to be nurtured on a repetitious and continuous basis. For the businesses that do this, their profits soar through the roof.

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In fact, research shows that most prospects don’t become serious about buying until you market to them at least 6 times. Often existing and past customers and prospects are all but forgotten by most businesses. They assume that when these people need something they will either come in or call.

Businesses with this attitude are missing out on an enormous amount of revenue that comes from staying in continuous contact with their customers and prospects.

So how often are you contacting your prospects?

What if we could give you an entire array of profit-generating strategies that could skyrocket your business financially and eliminate your money worries forever?

Put us to the test!

If you’re serious about building a successful business and you’ve decided that now is the time to finally seek out the professional help that can make a dramatic difference in your revenue and profit, then click the link below and we’ll show you first hand exactly how we help thousands of small business owners worldwide to generate more leads, attract more clients and make more money then they have ever made before.

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Why You Might Want to be Rich

Posted by michaelcassar on March 24, 2018
Do you wonder if you should set wealth as one of your business success goals? Perhaps this question deserves more reflection. Ask yourself, “Why? Why do I want wealth?”
If any of these ideas ring true with you, consider them in your answer.
Money is a funny thing. Despite the current sentiment among many in this country against wealthy people, those who have a lot of money want even more. Many of those who speak out against it want more too. In fact, most people would like more income.
Seriously, money is an inanimate object. Its power lies in what you choose to do with it.
But there’s no arguing that having money provides many advantages in life. 
There are few downsides to having a lot of money. Those that have spent time being both poor and rich claim that being rich is much better.

Consider these perfectly good reasons why you might want to have a a successful business to create wealth:

  1. Rich people can have more free time, if they choose. Think of all the time you spend doing things just to maintain your life. Cleaning the house, taking the car for an oil change, shopping for food, preparing food, paying bills, dealing with the yard, and running other errands.
    • When you have enough money, you can pay other people to do these things for you.
    • How would you spend this extra time?
  1. Rich people can avoid doing many of the things they don’t enjoy doing. Someone else could do them. Imagine your life without most of the chores and duties that you don’t like to do.
  2. You can help a lot of people when you’re rich. It’s true that you can volunteer and help others with your time, regardless of your income, but it’s nice to be able to help others out, too. You already know plenty of people that could use financial help. It would be nice to actually be able to provide it.
  3. You can enjoy life more. Let’s face it, money is a limiting factor for most of us. It’s easier to explore your interests if you have greater financial resources. You can visit Paris, afford to not work and go back to school comfortably, try a new restaurant each week, or buy a couple of horses.
  4. Your future is more comfortable. Most people are worried about their retirement. If you’re sick later in life or unable to care for yourself, you can afford to have the care you need to live at home for the rest of your life.
    • Money eliminates most your concerns about what the future may bring.
  1. Money solves many challenges. Money is great for solving many of the problems that pop up in day-to-day life. Whether you need dentures, a new transmission, a new roof, or new shoes, money is the answer.
    • Of course, money doesn’t solve all of life’s problems, but it can bring you more options and take care of many of them.
Money isn’t the answer to all of life’s challenges. You’ll find that once you have money, you have a new set of issues. But that’s just life. Name a time when you didn’t have a problem!
The advantages of wealth are considerable. It’s really about freedom. Money brings you freedom of choice and peace of mind. It also gives you the option to spend your time as you choose. What’s not to like about being wealthy?

 

More Leads

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The most expensive and difficult function of any business
is acquiring new customers.

The reason it’s difficult has nothing to do with you, your business or your marketing. It has to do with the growth of the Internet and the tremendous number of scams and charlatans that lurk online offering every bogus product and service you can imagine.

People today are often highly skeptical of any product, service or offer… both offline and online. Consider the last time you heard an offer that you thought sounded valuable. You more than likely discovered that the offer came with certain restrictions, mandatory conditions or a buyer beware non-guaranteed transaction.

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Prospects buy with their eyes… not their ears. They also need to know, like and trust you before they will buy what you’re offering. Or they need to know and trust the person that’s recommending what you sell.

Take GroupOn as an example. They have a stellar reputation and a high consumer confidence rating. They send out emails at 6am and often in two hours they generate hundreds of new customers for their member businesses. Many of these businesses have to take on additional staff just to handle the influx of new customers GroupOn generates for them.

This is why we built our new E-Learning Marketing System. It’s designed to be the ULTIMATE lead generation tool for small business owners around the world.

Many of today’s top marketing professionals are calling it “the single, most powerful lead generation and revenue-generating program” available today.

Put us to the test!

If you’re serious about building a successful business and you’ve decided that now is the time to finally seek out the professional help that can make a dramatic difference in your revenue and profit, then click the link below and we’ll show you first hand exactly how we help thousands of small business owners worldwide to generate more leads, attract more clients and make more money then they have ever made before.

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Lessons I Learned from Paris Hilton

Posted by michaelcassar on March 20, 2018

Today we’ll talk about shameless self-promotion. That’s right, I said it! Shameless! After all, we are learning from Paris Hilton here.

It’s all about self-promotion! Self-promotion comes in many forms and you can use different tactics to get your name out there. Look at politicians! Talk about self-promotion and in some not so discreet ways, at that. But, seriously, consider some of the major superstars we all know. Madonna, Donald Trump, Howard Stern and Bill Clinton, just to name a few.

We all self promote. Did you raise your hand in class to show the teacher you knew the answer? Of course! That’s self-promotion. This is the kind of self-promotion we are talking about. With dignity, class and the knowledge to back it up. If you self-promote only to prove you don’t really know what you’re talking about, you’re going to lose business.

Natural self-promoters are the former and I want to tell you about the three major traits they have and use to build themselves and their businesses.

  1. The first is position. You need to position yourself around people who can make a difference in your life. You need to do this frequently. You need to wake up every morning and ask yourself “Who can I meet today who will make a difference in my success?” In fact, go a step further, write it in big, bold letters and tape it on your bathroom mirror.

Also consider:

Who can help me meet my goals?

Is it a prospective customer/client? A colleague with contacts? An association with key members who may become prospects?

Don’t settle into interacting with the people who are the easiest to access. You need to reach outside your comfort zone and there you will find a wealth of new connections that will bring you great success.

  1. Now, let’s talk about Style. No, this doesn’t mean you need an Armani suit to bring in more business (though, let’s be honest-it wouldn’t hurt) J What this really means is how are you different from your competitors and others in your industry. What makes you memorable with customers?

If you are meeting a lot of people and they don’t remember you once you leave the room, you have a serious problem! This means you have an opportunity to present yourself in a more memorable way.

There are lots of little subtle changes you can make. Reassess your:

  • Business cards
  • Company message
  • Your picture
  • Your wording

Maybe even, your hairstyle (of course, now we’re back to the expensive suit, but it really works!)

You get the idea. There are lots of little ways you can work on making your image and business more successful. Also, consider how you sound on the phone and how you greet people at meetings or other events. Think about your 30-sec elevator speech.

  1. The third trait of natural promoters is repetition. You can’t say it once and leave it at that. Successful self-promoters say it as many times as they need until they get a response. Would you remember a commercial for Coca-Cola if you only saw it once, no! You see it over and over and eventually you head out to the store.

You, also, have to make multiple impressions on those you are networking with in order to build brand awareness. Repetition is in direct connection with positioning. Once you find people to network with, reach out and find hundreds more who can help in your success as well.