Have you ever wondered why some businesses are growing like crazy and others aren’t?
The reason is simple. All successful businesses and business owners understand one thing: You need a system to acquire clients that doesn't just rely on referrals or networking.
When I first started out at this marketing thing, I felt like I was always just making ends meet every month trying to drum up business through my existing network.
I don't do that anymore.
In this week's post, I share my simple 4-step system for acquiring clients on auto-pilot in a matter of a couple of weeks.
Social media has fundamentally changed how we interact with each other — from friends and family to local businesses and even big-time celebrities and brands. Though a solid social media strategy should consist of ads and content across many social platforms, Facebook is the best bang for your buck, boasting a user base greater than Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Instagram, Whatsapp, and Snapchat combined. In fact, it boasts more than 2 Billion monthly active users.
In the digitally-connected world we live in today, there are a number of ways gym owners can market their fitness club—one key way is Facebook ads.
The difficulty with Facebook ads for getting new members into your gym, however, is getting the attention of the intended audience in a crowd of posts from their friends, family, and other brands trying to break into the same space.
Are you ready to get the attention of new customers in a mobile-first, social-media obsessed world? Then, you probably know what we’re going to say next. Yup, you guessed it… You need to have a strategy for using Facebook ads to get restaurant leads.
Are referrals, word of mouth, glossy postcards, and flyers not getting the response you want? All those old-school methods certainly have their place and time and have the chance to bring in some leads. But, what if we kicked those to the curb for a bit and focused on Facebook ads to get you real estate leads? Yeah, that’s right. Facebook ads + real estate agencies = a match made in heaven.