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Posted on: August 18, 2021
[ARCHIVED] Aug. 20 @ 9:30am - More Clients, Less Marketing: How to Create More Income by Doing LESS
By strategically doing LESS, your marketing can be MORE effective! This engaging presentation will quickly show business owners how to get better results from their client-generation efforts while feeling more authentic and actually having fun!
|Event Information: More Clients, Less Marketing: How to Create More Leads and Income by Doing LESS
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|Date and time:
|Friday, August 20, 2021 9:30 am
Central Daylight Time
|1 hour 30 minutes
Presented by Mary Cravets, SimplyGetClients.com
Client generation is the lifeblood of a service business. But with so many marketing options, how do you cut through the noise and find your best strategy for growth?
The good news is that by strategically doing LESS, your marketing can be MORE effective.
Referred to as “a coach approach to marketing,” Mary's engaging presentation quickly shows audiences how to get better results from their client-generation efforts while feeling more authentic and actually having fun!
In a no-hype environment, participants get immediately implementable tools, including:
-The 6 key elements that keep you out of the feast-or-famine cycle of client generation
-How to stop wasting time and money on marketing that doesn’t work so you can attract clients consistently and get your nights and weekends back
-A client generation system that has a proven track record of helping both new and experienced business owners quickly generate more clients and increase their income by 50% or more.
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