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10 Opportunities You Miss By Not Having Enough Website Traffic

If you are not actively driving traffic to your website here are just a few of the opportunities you are currently missing out on:

1. You are missing out on attracting high quality prospects to your website

2. You are missing out on to attracting high quality prospects to you brick and mortar business

3. You are missing out on expanding your reach online

4. You are missing out on expanding your reach offline

5. You are missing out raising visibility for your… Continue

Added by Joel Weiner on July 8, 2009 at 6:39pm — No Comments

4 Major Reasons to Market Your Business Online

Here are 4 major reasons why the Internet should be a significant part of your overall marketing strategy:

Reason # 1: People Are Spending MORE Money Online

According to a comScore research report, the number of people actually searching for products and services online increased by 21% in 2008. So the Internet is a growing trend and more and more of your prospects and customers likely to look for you online.


It’s convenient and a… Continue

Added by Joel Weiner on June 25, 2009 at 5:04pm — No Comments

3 Reasons Why People Won't Buy Your Product or Service

3 Reasons Why People Won't Buy Your Product or


1. They don't want it .....

Don't waste your time with these people. Spend your time with people who want or

need your product/service. I recommend reading the book "High Probability

Selling" by Jacques Werth. Available through most book stores or online, ISBN


2. They don't have the money .....

Either a) they really don't have the money & aren't a prospect, or b) they… Continue

Added by Joel Weiner on March 5, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Business Profit Cheat Sheet

People Will Pay More if …..

▫ You have demonstrated superior value

▫ You have demonstrated superior quality

▫ You have demonstrated superior ROI

▫ You have a ‘premiere’ brand

Increase Profits By …..

▫ Get new customers

▫ Increase transaction size (up-sell, cross-sell)

▫ Increase frequency of purchase

▫ Extend life of the customer

▫ Reactivate inactive…


Added by Joel Weiner on February 18, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Why You MUST Have A USP To Succeed In Today’s Economy!

What’s that, you ask? Well, a USP is a Unique Selling Proposition. You may have heard it expressed before as a unique buying advantage, unique value proposition or any other number of ways…

But basically, a USP is an attempt to express the uniqueness of your business in a single statement. It can be a promise no one else makes. It can also be a unique benefit that applies only to your product or service. Either way, it serves to differentiate you from your competition.

To… Continue

Added by Joel Weiner on February 15, 2009 at 2:56pm — 1 Comment

The Secret To Winning More Sales In Less Time

Most surveys show the average business loses about 19% of its client base each year. In fact, the authors of, “Customer Winback: How To Recapture Lost Customers – and Keep Them Loyal” estimates the average at 20 to 40% per year.

This means that if you have 500 customers and lose 19% or 95 customers you must get 95 new customers each year just to stay even.

Research shows it costs six times more to get a prospect to buy from you than it does to keep an existing customer,… Continue

Added by Joel Weiner on February 9, 2009 at 8:00pm — 4 Comments

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