2. more conversions
How would you like to sell more of your PRODUCTS or SERVICES without increasing your traffic?
Unfortunately, there is NO magic bullet… just a systemised process that can double or triple your current conversion rates.
Let's face the facts. I've seen just a slight change to a headline, one item added to a bulleted list, or the placement of a video on a website pay off in massive ways. Sometimes even seemingly tiny changes — the headline colour or the words you use on your buy button — can instantly double your sales.
Generating a multitude of leads is worthless unless you can convert the vast majority of those leads into actual sales.
So how would you like to know the secrets to converting all of your leads into paying clients?
We have over 30 strategies and tactics to achieve that and they all follow two Fundamentals – the Grand Secrets marketers guard dearly. Here we talk about promoting your service/product NOT in a TACTICAL way but in a STRATEGIC way.
This is about being able to:
First – enter the mind conversation of your potential client
Second – lead them to choose your product/service.
If your business has a website your first point would be to go through all your marketing materials and website pages and test each message if it converts by following the conversion equation sequence. Put yourself in a prospect client’s shoes and check how the messaging captures your attention, engages you to find out more, helps you learn something you didn’t know before and suggests a beneficial solution.
The conversation that’s taking place in EVERY prospect’s mind revolves around two major points:
There’s a problem they have and they don’t want
There’s a result they want but don’t have.
In a recent case study, I found a Chiropractor £120,000 in additional annual revenue by implementing a simple drip campaign… and that grows year after year.
£120,000 in additional annual revenue increases the valuation of that business somewhere in the range of £350,000 - £500,000.
Are you missing hidden profit in your business?
If you get very conservatively 10% increases in each of the five areas over a year, what would your profit figure look like?
And what if the increases are 20% or probably 50%?
The only thing standing in your way now is getting all of this implemented in a timely and efficient manner.