While most of your business comes from referrals and existing clients, you need a source of new business to level off your workload and to help you grow. The question is how to generate sales leads consistently and cost-effectively.
Tradeshows, networking, contractor directories, search engines, social media and online advertising have become the norm, but how do you get all these channels working for you, while you’re busy on the job site?
What’s The Alternative?
You need help. And not just with delegated tasks. What you need is for someone to handle the planning, leadership, production and on-going operations for you. That’s what we offer, a marketing partner who’s focused on making it all work.
How clear are you on direction? How much sales volume do you need? How fast do you want to go? What do you have in place already? Who’s already on your team? There are a lot of variables that affect costs. When we work as your coach, we might spend as little as 2 hours a month working together. If we’re fully engaged in rolling out a program, running search and ad campaigns, content creation, social media, email marketing, the time and costs escalate with the scale of our involvement.
If you have questions about the costs, we’ll be happy to collaborate on a plan, an approach and a budget that makes sense for you.
If you’re looking for a marketing partner who’ll take an active interest in your goal achievement, we’d love to speak with you.
We’ve prepared a self-assessment survey to help you determine if we’re likely to be a good fit for you. If you’re curious and want to gauge our fit, please complete the online survey. It takes 2-3 minutes to complete.
We start by getting clear on direction, financial goals, constraints and performance metrics. We work with you to develop a plan and then implement, track and optimise performance. With modern marketing, everything is interrelated, so we take a systems approach to determine where to focus optimisation efforts to maximise sales and return on investment.
We can play many different roles on your team, so it’s better to meet and have a meaningful conversation about your goals and needs.