Would you like to have the power to boost sales and bring in a flood of customers whenever you want?
Most business owners would, but they are stuck in the mire of day-to-day fire fighting and piddly tasks that must be done now!
This is a sign that the business doesn’t have the systems it needs to ensure it runs smoothly.
Most business owners would like to work on the business, not in the business — but how do you do that?
Simple. Focus a portion of your time and energy on building/documenting your systems and processes.
You build processes for everything you do. That includes sales and marketing.
That’s why our guide, “How to Get Customers on Demand” is so valuable.
You can use it to get your mind thinking about the systems you could build to bring in customers, with cash in hand, whenever you want … on demand.
You can use it to grow your business to 7 figures or more!
I want to congratulate you for taking the time to download and read our “How to Get Customers on Demand” guide.
It shows that you are interested in growing your business and you are willing to take action to learn more ways to accomplish it, and/or reinforce what you already know.
It’s common for you, but you are a go get it type of person.
Most business owners think, “I’m good,” “I get all my business from word of mouth,” or “We’ve been here for 20 years, everyone knows us!”
They are shooting themselves in the foot. They are letting opportunities pass them by which they can’t and won’t get back.
The Future of Your Business
Entrepreneurs don’t go into business to make enough to get by, or to be comfortable. They do it to make money, have fun, live a life of affluence, and to protect themselves and their family.
Most businesses don’t give the owner any protection or safety.
Typically it’s just a constant struggle to pay payroll and the bills and have enough left over to eat.
That’s not only a shame, their days are numbered!
Right now, thousands of PhD’s at Google, Apple, Oracle, Amazon and hundreds of smaller think tanks across the world are trying to find ways to disrupt every industry and give “the people” more choice.
A good example is Uber.
Imagine being a cab driver. Suddenly, you can’t find a passenger. All the passengers are able to order a ride on their phone, know exactly how much it will cost, know exactly how long they will have to wait, and watch its progress getting to them. Gone are the days of cabbies taking the “long” way to boost revenue. Now, Uber announces to the driver and passengers exactly where they are, where to turn, and how long until arrival.
But Uber is not the only one causing issues for businesses. In every industry things are changing at light speed.
Amazon has created a marketplace for service businesses. Homeowners pay a yearly fee to join Angie’s List, which is a fairly recent invention, to get recommendations on home service businesses to use for plumbing, electrical work, remodeling, etc.
But Angie’s List is really just another place to advertise for business owners.
Amazon’s new local service is free to homeowners. It actually ranks the local service businesses by customer rating and satisfaction.
That’s not good for those guys working out of their trucks who give marginal service.
Google is taking it a step further. They are building an artificial intelligence so smart, it can make all of your decisions for you. Want to retire rich? It will tell you exactly how to do it. Want to convince your daughter that guy with the motorcycle isn’t a good match for her? Google’s AI will tell you how to persuade her. Want to choose a great place to eat, or a doctor, an attorney, or an electrician? Google’s AI will tell you who to go to and spend your money with.
The problem with all of this new technology is: “there can be only one!”
This isn’t just the hook for the movie Highlander, it’s the breeding ground for micro monopolies.
When Google’s new AI comes out and tells your customers to go to your competition, because they are cheaper, faster, and have better ratings, how will you counter?
You may realize that you will have to cross that bridge when you get to it, but today you have an opportunity.
There’s an old saying, “Make hay while the sun is shining.”
It’s time to make hay.
Now is the best time to crank up your marketing, build systems, like email marketing systems, and grow your business as large as you can as fast as you can. You need to position yourself to be able to use the technology that is coming in the very near future. For all those who don’t, or don’t know it’s coming, they will be used by the technology, cut down and cast aside.
Don’t let that happen to you!
Take advantage of your opportunities!
If you are interested in learning how we can help you develop and implement email marketing systems in your business that can boost your income, grow your business, and put you in the best position to not just compete, but win … contact us at (303) 817-2398 or email Mike at email@example.com