In this episode, we take a journey into your marketing graveyard. We discuss the benefits of resurrecting old projects, strategies, and campaigns. Reviving your marketing zombies has the potential explode your business.
We will talk about Apple’s Newton, The Little Book of Talent, and how amateurs beat PGA Tour Pros.
You might be asking yourself, “Why not focus on what’s working right now?”
We’ll if you're anything like me, you have a tendency to leave things that didn't work. How can we expect to improve our results without learning from our mistakes? Perhaps it was bad timing or a “features” pitch?
That’s exactly why you need to listen.
What if you could improve your marketing by 1 percent or find a new client today?
Take a few minutes. Listen and see how you can improve your business by visiting your marketing graveyard.
Recorded in the car on the road, this episode we identify the number one criteria for success and in marketing. If you do this one thing, over and over, you will win.
We will talk about Simon Sinek’s “Leaders Eat Last” and Grant Cardone’s “The 10x Rule”.
Listen why “Best Practices” produce average results, and how to counteract those average results with “Only Practices” The number one criteria for success will not only help you dominate your competition. This “Only Practice” takes you to the point where you have no competition, like Google and Facebook.
You might say “I am a... [Insert your small business], I can’t be like Facebook” That’s the mindset that leads to average results.
If you want average results don’t listen to this podcast, and really don’t take the actions at the end of the podcast.
I expect you want to 10x your business and be a market dominator, then take this “Only Practice” and make it your mantra.
Damien is a certified Infusionsoft expert who helps small businesses develop inbound marketing systems.
Damien shares his experience from working with clients in the field and some of the challenges they face. He also talks about the importance of split testing and hiring a consultant to improve results.
He tells a remarkable story on how inbound marketing is changing lives, and why he's building a legacy with his partners.