Landslide of Lucrative Leads

You want more leads coming into your business - without them you've got no one buying from you... 


Quantum Leap #2:

LANDSLIDE OF LUCRATIVE LEADS

In under 90 minutes I will show you exactly how to convince more suspects to become real prospects, and eventually buyers.

This means more leads in your database, people who may buy today, next week, or next month.

You'll learn how to capture all these new leads quickly, without spending that much more on marketing and advertising.


RECORD-BREAKING LEAD-FLOW

This single strategy has helped me capture over 3,000 leads in 30 months for one of my clients right here in Edmonton.

Another one of my clients has now sold over $5MM in the last 12 months, largely thanks to this one strategy.

Personally, I've enjoyed over 200 new leads for my marketing company by following exactly what you'll learn in this lesson.


SPECIFICALLY YOU'LL LEARN

- The absolute best media for advertising your business

- 5 Steps to making your marketing so irresistable, prospects are grabbing the phone immediately to talk to you

- Why SPEED trumps perfection

- Why it's rarely the smartest businessperson or marketer who wins, but rather the most observant... and how you can be that guy or girl

- Formula to instantly double (or more) the number of responses you get to your advertising and marketing

- 2 ingredients to make sure your marketing hits the bullseye every time


WHO IS THIS FOR?

Small businesses.  Not for mega-corps.

For the small business owner or salesperson who is seeking more clients, customers, patients, investors.

Many of the lessons will be fundamental, maybe even deceptively simple.

Make no mistake - they pack a powerful punch.

These lessons are battle-tested, the exact pathway I've used to guide clients towards millions in sales, even saving one company from bankruptcy.


EVENT SPECIFICS

Yes, this event costs $19 to attend, which includes:

• This month's priceless marketing lesson

• Lunch at the Hilton (buffet)

• First beverage - coffee, tea, soft drink

• Networking pre-event and post-event

• All taxes and tip included in $19

• The reassurance there aren't any half-committed business wannabes (often lurking around free business events)

12:00 to 12:20 - get your lunch, unstructured, casual networking

12:20 to 1:20 - this month's lesson

1:20 to 1:30 - question and answer period

1:30 - event ends, often attendees mix informally for awhile afterwards, some even scheduling meetings with each other right at the Hilton post-event.


MY PROMISE TO YOU

I don't expect you to believe everything I've claimed here.

That's why I'm offering a Money-Back, 1,000% Guarantee.

I don't make a dime from these events.  All of the money goes straight to the Hilton to cover lunch, taxes, tip, etc.

YET...

If you come to the event and give it your full attention (no Facebook checking!), I promise you'll get at least one insight worth at least 1,000% your cost of lunch.

If you don't think the information was worth at least $1,900 to you, I'll pay for your $19 lunch for you.


ONLY 35 SPOTS AVAILABLE

There are only 35 spots available for this lunch.  We've been brushing up against full capacity the last few months, and this could be the month we hit standing-room only.

So be sure to claim your spot ASAP here on Meetup before all spots get snatched up.

To Your Success,

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  • Carol E.

    Robert I understand your question and I believe that it depends on where you go to get your service or product. Some larger retail stores cut back on staff and wages to make more profit. Customers get angry because of the lack of service. I also believe that this could be a reflection of today's society where no one has time or will make the time to give a client the service they deserve. It is a rush, rush, rush living that we see on a daily basis. It seems that the days of community building are gone.

    August 5, 2014

    • Timothy F.

      One example where community is *everything* is CrossFit gyms. Wow. Related to this are websites like Yelp and Facebook - we look to our friends and peers more than ever for recommendations.

      August 5, 2014

    • Timothy F.

      ALSO.... The internet has facilitated "communities" like never before. Any obscure interest has a blog, forum, club, you can join. Interested in hamster breeding? Your type can be found here: http://www.hamstercen...­

      August 6, 2014

  • Timothy F.

    @Robert - not sure I understand your question - can you expand, or maybe pose your question in a different way?

    Thanks!

    Tim :)

    August 5, 2014

    • Robert R.

      Certainly as an individual who is building my business on service I recognize that the large corporate chains such as Target and even Sears have no or very little representation of Service. My question then is this the norm for future business just looking at the bottom line and not worrying about repeat clientele returning to your business. I see service dying a slow death and in some cases it doesn't even exist. Is this due to the corporates just looking at the bottom line?

      August 5, 2014

    • Timothy F.

      Remember that Starbucks is a recent phenomenon where coffee switched from white styrofoam cups for $0.25 to a full-on "barista" experience for $4.00. Higher service, higher customer experience. Remember that Uber (limo service in U.S.) is a faster, smoother customer experience with - in my opinion - better service, and it's doing extremely well. I don't even both with regular taxis anymore. I think tastes are always evolving, although there will always be a need for high-service experiences. There's lower-service examples like WAl-Mart and McDonald's, as well as examples of high-service, high-experience like I've suggested above. I think it's about knowing how you can be different and superior to your competitors, then taking a "glider" approach.... I can explain this better in person on Thursday - ask me then! Either during Q&A or after the formal program is over. Thanks :)

      August 6, 2014

  • Carol E.

    Self serve checkouts often become more desireable when the line up at the checkout is 5 or 6 people deep if not more. Self checkouts are a service of convenience. Many people who I speak with seem to crave the days of customer service when the cashier or clerk seemed to care. I think that this may disappear or abate and them achieve a resurgence as people want that one on one attention.

    August 5, 2014

  • Robert R.

    Do you believe service is dying due to bottom line marketing systems?

    August 5, 2014

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