The Number One Critical Need for Business Success

The Number One Critical Need for Business Success is Leads, Prospects, and Opportunities!

“It’s all in the marketing!”

Which boils down to “It’s All in the Marketing”.  Repeat sales and customer recommendations may generate enough business to keep the doors open.  Will it generate enough new business to provide you with the lifestyle you deserve? Will it provide enough value to allow you to sell your business when you are ready to retire or take on a new challenge?

Or, do you need to do more to overcome the critical need for business success – leads, prospects and opportunities?

Does Your Marketing Efforts Attract a Steady Stream of Qualified Buyers on a Regular Consistent Basis?

Yes! Congratulations. Pat yourself on the back and Enjoy the rest of your day.

NO! Here is some bad news you probably already know but don’t want to hear.

If you have been doing the same marketing over and over without getting the results you expect and deserve, more of the same won’t change the outcome. Repeating the same marketing efforts won’t work next month. It won’t work next quarter. It won’t work next year!

Those Were the Days.

Back in the late 1800’s Ralph Waldo Emerson was credited with stating: “If a man can write a better book, preach a better sermon or make a better mouse trap than his neighbors, though he builds his house in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his door.

The times they are a-changn’.

That may have been true back then. Today, not so much. As Bob Dylan wrote in his 1960s hit, “The Times They are a-changn’.”  Today, having the best product or service is not going to cut it! What good is the best new gizmo if nobody knows about it?

Fortunately, we have many ways to address the Most Critical Need for Business Success – Leads, Prospects and Opportunities! Today we have instantaneous two-way communication through the Internet. Television, radio, and newspapers continue to be major sources of one-way communications. While the internet continues to evolve with better technology the newspaper industry is shrinking rapidly.

Internet marketing has greatly expanded the ways you can reach out to customers, prospects and patience. Start out with a marketing plan is ideal. Follow this with an SEO friendly website. Add in the correct Social Media channels and some email marketing. Maybe sprinkle in some radio, TV, billboards or direct mail and you have a good start to growing your business.

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Darrell Place is the Founder of KALTAAREN LLC and has over 28 years of sales and marketing experience serving businesses and organizations throughout Lansing, mid-Michigan, and beyond.

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