What are you testing in your marketing?

What are you testing in your marketing?

5 ways to make a change. Did a test yesterday and had 60 people visit my website; and had a call from a guy to help him. This is one strategy from a growth hacking book I am reading at the moment.

We need to take action. No action, no movement! Like this strategy from the book. I could have just read it, and not done anything. But then there would be no result.

Interested in me helping you with your marketing? Go here (Marketing Machine). Read the information on the page and complete your details. I work with specific type of companies. There are 3 main goals

  1. Consistent flow of leads
  2. Marketing and Sales Automation
  3. Improving results over time

We have ALL been there. Having more month than what we budgeted for. There is a LOT of stress that comes with that. Not knowing where the next sale will come from. The phones are not ringing. No emails. No SMS. No quotes. Nothing. Just dead silence.

Then you spend on ads and see some results. Only to find it is getting more expensive every month. You need to top up your advertising more often than before and get less and less clicks. And when your budget runs out … the phones stop ringing, the emails stop flowing … and no quotes go out. Deal flow stops. Cash flow is now under pressure.

The first goal of your marketing is getting leads. This takes the pressure off. If you MUST make this sale or face cash flow problems the desperation is carried on over.

More Leads. More Sales. More Automation (saving you time and money). 

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About the author

I am a marketing growth hacker helping businesses build marketing and sales machines.

How? First help you get a consistent flow of sales leads, implement marketing and sales systems for better results from your current marketing and sales activities, and improve consistently from there. This includes, lead generation, marketing campaigns, sales funnels, lead management, growth hacking, and marketing automation.






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