Crazy Question For Thriving Business Owners
Hey business owners, I know this is a crazy thing to ask but…
Is there a part of you that kind of wishes your business wasn’t doing as well as it is?
What I mean is, yeah, sure, you are grateful to have a business that is taking off.
But at the same time, your plate is really beginning to fill up.
Missing evening meals with the family and eating alone is becoming a thing because you’re getting home later and later.
Help could be on the way.
First though, congratulations!
You have struck gold.
You’ve earned the right to walk around with your head held high with big F-you grin stretched across your face.
Seriously, you have found what every entrepreneur dreams of; a unique, in-demand unicorn of a product. You are the envy of every side-hustling, wantrepreneur cursing the clock at their day job.
Especially in 2020.
And now you are reaping the reward, or should say nightmare…
- The phone is ringing off the hook and your email inbox has gone from 1 or 2 emails a day to 25–30.
- Vendors calling to tell you that your parts for that huge order that’s scheduled to ship in 3 days will be a week late.
- Employees calling in sick because it’s sunny outside and well, they know you can’t afford to fire them because you’re so busy.
- You have an inbox full of customers with questions, suggestions, and complaints.
And then there’s the lifeblood of your entire operation, marketing.
The thing you used to be able to do yourself but have almost zero time for now.
And it kills you because you know that your lack of attention is costing you.
Ad spend is creeping up while the return on ad spend is sliding down.
Worse yet, you’re missing out on a bunch more sales because you don’t have the time to babysit your marketing.
A client of mine went through this and all it took was a simple arrangement to help him save hours of time each day while at the same time increasing his sales.
During this 14 month arrangement, his sales in Google Ads alone grew to $411,467 with a 787% return on ad spend. And that doesn’t include sales from some of the other channels we discovered along the way.
The reason why I’m telling you this is, this simple arrangement worked so well, I worked my way out of a client when he sold his company.
I need more success stories like the one above.
I’m thinking about doing a few 1-on-1 meetings in the next couple of months with the right business owners.
Want to offload your marketing so you can grow your business? Then comment “Let’s Talk” below.
YOU MUST be selling a unique product or service in a medium to low competition niche.
YOU MUST already be spending at least $300 a day or more on advertising.
If you are willing to do that, comment “Let’s Talk” below and I’ll send you more information tomorrow.