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What Are Backlinks For SEO?

Now backlinks are one of the top ways that you can get free traffic to your website and what they are. It’s a better website or high quality website linking pointing people from their site to yours.

That shows search engines that you have a trusted website, because other websites are referring people to you and it also builds up your search, ranking in the search engines. Now some ways that you can get backlinks are social media is obviously number one. You can post your articles in your links to bring people back to your website on all the social media blogs like LinkedIn, Cora and medium. Those are some of the blog examples that you can use now when another sites linking to you is signals, the search engines that your website is getting stronger and more trustworthy right, just like if a new customer meets you, you build that trust with them.

Now, you’re building trust with the search engines. So some other things you can do is you can write articles? You can share your highest quality content with other web sites for free. You can say, hey post. This just make sure you post a link back to our site and that’s when you’ll really start seeing those Google rankings now for automation, links, that’s what we’re focused on is giving our links into other web sites that are higher than us better than us.

So we’re writing articles making articles and sharing that content with them just to get those links back to the site and that’s what will bring us to the first page of Google now. Are you already doing backlinks? Have you even heard of it before leave a comment below if you have any questions about how they work or if you need any help, we have our website a link com where you can actually post your profile in your business and link back to your website That was the whole reason we created it, so you could go there, get links back to your site and start building up your authority on search engines.

Thank you so much for reading and listening. Please leave a comment below if you’re already doing this technique or share the article with somebody that needs to hey there. My name is Brad Smith, owner and founder of helpless, it’s my mission and my passion to help others with their business. So if I could be your coach, your mentor help you in any way that’s my goal. My goal is to bring you value, so let me know if there’s anything I can help you with, and I look forward to working with you.


 

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Integrated Marketing Campaigns – An introduction

Before we start, let us just list the learning goals for this article. The goal is to understand what integrated markets in communications or campaigns means why we need to know about it and how we could go about using it. We will do this through establishing a general understanding of the essence and actual purpose of integrated marketing campaigns and it’s connection to the marketing mix.

Secondly, we will provide an overview of some additional available tools and theories. We as marketers can use when designing an integrated marketing campaign. So let us begin what is the purpose and essence of an integrated marketing campaign and what is the connection to the rest of the marketing mix? When you are asked to design the marketing mix, you need to make decisions on four or seven core elements, also known as the four of the seven P’s.

First of all, any issues concerning the product. This would include packaging and all other elements in connection with the products. Secondly, a decision on price. Thirdly, you will need to decide on the choice of place through which blogs will you distribute the product or service? We also need to make a plan of which promotional activities we will carry out, and this is where we talk about using integrated marketing campaigns if we’re dealing with an offering that is better described as a service or perhaps a product that includes large elements of service.

We might also want to look at the additional three P’s, the people that are involved in delivering the service, the process that our customers will go through in order to receive our service and the physical evidence any visible or tangible elements that the customer will see. Here. Point other ways experience when receiving the service. None of the four of the seven piece should be decided on in isolation.

However, promotion is the P which we will focus on in this article. So let us look at what an integrated marketing campaign is and why we as marketers need to know about it. We will use this cafe as an example. It is located in a large city close to a busy High Street. It is called the French cafe and it specializes in serving high quality, cakes and desserts. Let us imagine that the French cafe has asked us to help them design a campaign in order to increase sales.

The owner suggests three promotional activities and he’s keen to hear our thoughts. Firstly, he thinks that a TV commercial on national television would be great. Secondly, he wants to give discount vouchers to customers when they pay their bill. Thirdly, he would like to encourage customers to review the cakes online as marketers. We know that, before being able to give him any feedback or suggestions for an integrated marketing campaign, we would want to find out some more details.

First of all, we would like to know his objectives with the campaign. What does he want to achieve? He stated he wanted an increase in sales, but by how much and during which time frame, and would he like existing customers spend more? Does he want to attract a new target group or perhaps he wants to increase market share by stealing customers from the competition? If we don’t clarify the French cafes objectives, we are unlikely to carry out an effective campaign.

So let us say that the French cafes aiming for an increase in turnover by a hundred thousand euros over a six month period and that they want to steal customers from the competition. Another core element in planning a successful integrated marketing campaign is knowledge about the chosen target group. We need to know who they are and what makes them tick. For this short article, let us just give a brief description of the French cafes chosen primary target group.

They are 35 to 50 year old women who are out shopping with their girlfriends. They choose quality of a price they eat out, often, and although they will never admit to it its importance them that they are seen in the right places. This information is also valuable to us in more detailed planning regarding choice of specific media timings and the creation of the actual messages. This will enable us to carry out an effective campaign.

We are also keen on knowing the budget available to us. Let us say that the French cafe has allocated 5000 euros for this campaign. Knowledge about the rest of the marketing mix is also important. The French cafe serves high quality, cakes and desserts, created by educated confectioner’s prices are the level of high-end restaurants. The cafe is run by the owner himself and it’s located in a busy shopping area of the city.

The service and process is of a high standard and the interior matches. This will also guide us in the design of the integrated marketing campaign. So there must be a clear connection between the chosen activities and the objectives. What we want to achieve between the chosen activities in the target group. Will we catch the target group in the right place with the right message between the chosen activities in the budget and finally, we must make sure that the chosen activities, our choice of media and content, supports the rest of the marketing mix.

Another, and perhaps the most central aspect of the integrated approach is whether the different promotional activities are interconnected. Do they support each other? Maybe the different activities are aimed at different parts of the target group. Has timing been considered, or maybe they engage with the target group in different ways in different situations at different times or in different places? Is there perhaps a combination of online and offline activities? Does the combination of activities create synergy? So let us look at the promotional activities suggested by the owner of the French cafe: do they integrate with the objectives the target group budget and the marketing mix? Do the promotional activities interconnect as timing or synergy been considered? We can probably agree that we should be able to come up with a more integrated campaign than this.

So what might we suggest? One idea could be to encourage customers to review their French. Cafe experience not just the cakes, depending on some research on the type groups, media habits, a suitable online platforms such as TripAdvisor or similar could be used. We could prompt the customers to take part when visiting the cafe by personal contact and buy different types of print. We might also encourage them to post a review on selected social media platforms again depending on some research of the target groups – media habits.

In this way we would combine online and offline promotion. We would interact with the target group in various situations, various places and at various times this increases the likely success of an integrated marketing campaign. The allocated budget allows us to do more, so pause the article for a minute and consider what you might suggest in order to fulfill the objectives of this integrated marketing campaign.

We have now established the purpose of an integrated marketing campaign, what it is and why we need to know about it, and we have established that there are many factors about interconnections which we need to look at to ensure our campaign benefits from the synergy of an Integrated marketing communications approach, so let us move on in addition to the factors we have just discussed. We as marketers have some additional tools and theories.

We can use to guide us when creating an integrated marketing campaign. These will not be described in detail in this article, but let us just introduce an overview of some of those tools and theories we might want to use. We could use the framework for designing integrated marketing campaigns to guide us through the process. We should get to know the different promotional tools available to us, such as advertising sales promotions and so on, and we should study the advantages and disadvantages of each tool.

We have many media blogs at our disposal, such as the internet, mobile outdoor print and many others. So we should also investigate them in more detail, including the pros and cons of each. We also need to be very clear on the differences between push and pull strategy, as well as profile positioning strategy. We should learn more about how to create a good message. We might need to involve an ad or a media agency and therefore we would need to create a design brief, also known as a case or campaign brief.

We have now established an understanding of the purpose of integrated marketing campaigns. The different factors that make a campaign integrated and last we have presented an overview of some additional tools and theories available to us when designing an integrated marketing campaign, to learn more about integrated marketing campaigns and how to use the different tools and theories introduced. In this article, I recommend that you read chapter 14 in David Jabba and Fiona illest at wigs principle and practice of marketing manager.

Seventh edition, my name is Tina Wade. Thank you for reading


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The Global Marketing Mix – Internationalisation – Global Marketing

As marketers, we talk about making decisions about an organization’s global marketing mix, in other words, to what degree the marketing mix should be standardized or adapted. However, before we start, let us list the learning goals for this article. Firstly, the goal is to understand the connection between choice of the global marketing mix and the rest of the internationalization process.

Secondly, we will gain an understanding of what it means to standardize or adapt an organization’s marketing mix and why an organization might be motivated to strive for a high degree of standardization. Thirdly, we will learn how to evaluate different factors that can help an organization decide. The most suitable degree of standardization or adaptation of the different elements of the marketing mix.

So let us begin so. How is the choice of the global marketing mix connected to the rest of the internationalization process when an organization goes for marketing their products and services? Only on the home market to also target one or several foreign markets, we talk about an organization’s internationalization process. The internationalization process starts with a choice of which foreign markets target.

We call this the market selection process. Secondly, we would decide on how to organize our entry to the foreign market. We would evaluate different factors and subsequently we will decide on which intra mode to use and ultimately, we would define our marketing mix the four or the 7ps for the foreign markets. The marketing mix we use on the foreign markets may vary to the one we use on the home market and we would address different factors that influence our choice regarding standardization and adaptation of the marketing mix.

Choice of the global marketing mix is what we’ll address in this article. So when deciding on the global marketing mix, what does standardization and adaptation actually mean and what might motivate an organization to strive for a move in either direction? Let us use an example. This French business produces French cakes and desserts in these modern production facilities, well-educated confectioner’s, develop recipes and create delicious cakes and desserts ready to be sold and distributed to cake, loving customers, the products, the cakes and desserts are typically French in style and tastes.

They are frozen immediately after production and then sold and distributed to organizational customers, a variety of catering companies, restaurants and cafes. Around France. They have developed a price structure which includes a specified discount system with lower prices at higher volume orders they attract new and retain existing customers through a range of promotional activities. Some of these are key account management.

They attend trade shows and they supply their customers with in-store point-of-sale materials, where relevant. If French cakes were to copy this exact setup off the four PS in France when entering a foreign market, for example the UK, we would call this a complete standardization of the marketing mix. If to the other extreme, they were to enter the UK with a different marketing mix, a different product sold through different distribution, blogs at different prices and supported by a different set of promotional activities.

Then this would constitute a complete adaptation of the marketing mix. However, it is unlikely that companies will end up at either of these two extremes. It is more likely that an adaptation of some of the elements in the marketing mix will take place and that others will remain the same. Therefore, marketers will most often talk about the degree of or different elements of adaptation or standardization of the marketing mix.

So why might French cakes be motivated to achieve a high degree of standardization? Entering new markets is a costly affair, both with regards to actual monetary costs and human resources involved, but it is also time consuming, and this will increase the company’s time to market and delay their internationalization process. Therefore, most organizations are naturally motivated towards achieving some degree of standardization.

Simply in order to minimize these types of costs. We have now established an understanding of the connection between the choice of global marketing mix and the rest of the internationalization process, and we understand what it means to standardize or adapt an organization’s marketing mix for foreign markets, and subsequently we have talked about why an organization Might be motivated to strive for some degree of standardization, so let us move on so what might impact French cake’s choice of a suitable degree of standardization or adaptation of the marketing mix when entering the UK market? Let us look at some of the factors that would speak for a move toward standardization and then as some factors which might indicate that some level of adaptation would be suitable.

Let us look at some other factors which would indicate the standardization of all or parts of the marketing mix could be suitable for French cakes when entering the British market. First of all, we will look at the level of globalization of the market that French cakes operates. On research has shown that the British consumers have different needs and values, and so therefore, this does not call for a high level of standardization.

For example, we would recommend that the product, the cakes and desserts be adapted slightly to suit the British consumers tastes. Some of the larger change of restaurants have a global presence and use centralized purchasing processes. This would indicate that French cakes would benefit by having a centralized approach to part of their sales organization in order to respond to these types of customers.

Secondly, we will look at the globalization of the industry, which French cakes operates in if an organization has high research and development costs. This is often the case when operating in technology heavy industries. They are usually very motivated to recuperate these costs as quickly as possible. They would therefore be keen to standardize their marketing mix and thereby be able to enter many countries quickly and achieve high volume sales.

In our example, French cakes does not have high R & D costs, so this will not be the most significant factor for them to consider when evaluating standardization potential. Thirdly, we would look at the globalization of the competition in addition to some local competitors. French cakes also face some larger competitors who supply the larger restaurant change on the British market. These competitors have a global presence and a relatively high level of standardization.

This indicates that French cake should also consider a standardized approach in some aspects of their marketing mix. An internal factor which could indicate standardization potential, French cakes, competitive advantage of the French market is their ability to quickly respond to changes in market needs due to their close cooperation with the distribution network. This also has potential on the British market, but will take time to establish in order to do this successfully.

We could, for example, advise French cakes to standardize certain elements of their sales and data collection processes. Moving on to some factors which would favor an adaptation of the marketing mix, firstly, some local market conditions: research has shown that there are significant socio cultural, economic and political differences, and that consumer needs differ from France. This would therefore favor an adaptation of the marketing mix.

Secondly, the presence of some local competitors would also favor an adaptation in order to compete. French cakes have identified both local and global competitors on the market. Therefore, some adaptation is recommended for parts of this target group. Thirdly, if legal conditions were very different to the home market, this would speak in favor of adaptation. Currently, many laws are the same due to both countries.

Membership of the you, however, due to brexit this might change in the future. If French cakes product was a service or carried large elements of service, this would indicate a move towards adaptation due to local staff being involved in producing the service like it would have been the case with, for example, a hair salon. However, French cakes offering is focused on a physical product, namely the cakes and desserts.

In summary, we have suggested that some elements of the marketing mix, namely place and promotion, would be suitable for a degree of standardization in order to compete with international competitors and adjust to the large restaurant chains purchasing processes. We have suggested that French cake standardized their sales processes. An option would be to standardize their key account management function and to standardize some data collection processes.

This way they will have the possibility of gaining close relationships with the distributors, enabling them to respond faster to market trends. We also uncovered a great need for adaptation, since French cakes also choose to distribute through smaller and independent restaurants and catering businesses, we suggest that they adapt their approach to these in order to compete with local competition. We also suggest an adaptation of the actual products.

The cakes and desserts due to social, cultural and economic differences, both the products, price levels and promotional activities should be adapted to suit the local market needs in cooperation with French cakes. We would now move on to plan these standardizations and adaptations in much more detail, thereby providing them with a ready to launch marketing plan. However, such level of detail will not be carried out in this short introduction article.

In summary, we have now obtained an understanding of what it means to standardize or adapt an organization’s, global marketing mix and the connection to the rest of the internationalization process. And finally, we have gained knowledge of how an evaluation can be carried out. Would you like to learn more about standardization or adaptation of the global marketing mix, the internationalization process and global marketing in general, then I recommend that you read global marketing 7th edition by Sven Hollander.

If you would like to learn more about defining the marketing mix in general, then I recommend that you read my for introduction articles addressing each of the four piece of the marketing six. You will find these articles on my youtube blog, my name is Tina Wade. Thank you for reading


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How to SELL YOUR SERVICES

So I asked why, wouldn’t he sell his services and earn money to buy a drone, but how can I sell my services? He asked: let’s talk about how to sell your services whatever they are. I was a freelancer for nine years, so I know that struggle is real, especially in the beginning, when you don’t completely know what you want to do, what are your strongest sides? Who is your client and what that client wants a bit of autobiography? I wasn’t always a VFX artist.

In fact, I was really distanced from any kind of tricky stuff. I started my journey in Photoshop. I was doing web designs at first and the first thing I ever sold was a redesign of hip hop or not even on an entire design, but some elements like hero, image, icons, buttons and stuff, like that earned my first $ 50. It wasn’t even an online day the guy who ordered that was someone I knew, and he knew I was doing some stuff in Photoshop.

So what is it all about? Pointers start small. If you know anyone who needs design of any kind talk to them, offer your services for cheap. These happy clients will spread the word and you will start getting more and more projects. On my own example, the guy I just mentioned was happy was with what I did for them and they started to order posters for every event. They have for $ 50 each and it was super awesome for a school boy over time.

Other people started to ask me to do stuff for them all sort of things. Business cards logos, web designs, posters: this is how word-of-mouth works, and this is how you build your real reputation. Word-Of-Mouth is great, but in order to get more and bigger clients, you need a portfolio to showcase your current level. It isn’t the challenging in the very beginning when you don’t have any clients. Yet my solution was simple and I’m pretty sure that’s what a lot of you are doing.

Anyway, I was making logos, websites and all that stuff that I already mentioned for fictional clients, and that way it was a good practice for me as well as I was able to build my portfolio, it’s a perfect way of doing it, because you don’t have any Limits or guidelines to follow you can showcase all you got at its best, so do it as much as you can, because clients work is rarely something you would want to put in your showroom or portfolio clients.

Work is a strong mix of their desires. Your resistance, shitty compromises, because, in the end of day, client has to be happy, and this is a rule. Clients happiness in your reputation are too closely connected. Things always always always finish your job as good as you can, while good feedbacks will slowly pull you forward. One bad feedback will throw you back really painfully where to showcase your portfolio.

A while ago, I had a really good custom-made website. It was my design executed by a really talented front-end developer. But when I was changing my brand, I got rid of website and lost that source fast. I don’t know what I was thinking about, but I remember I wanted more flexibility across multiple platforms, so I used Behance portfolio service for a while. Nowadays, I believe it’s free for anyone.

Who’s subscribed to Adobe software. Great thing about this service is that it’s linked to your Behance page. So whatever you upload to be hands automatically appears on your website. It’s actually really convenient, so much convenient that I already said. I got rid of my unique website, which still was a dumb thing to do. Speaking of Behance its portfolio showcasing platform more than it’s a platform to find a freelancer or jobs.

However, I had several projects from it, so, even if you don’t want to use their website service make sure to have a profile there, cuz it’s it’s anyway, beneficial to you. Behance is number one platform: employers surfing when they’re looking for creative solutions, inspiration or people. Behance is a good base, apart from it try to maintain a strong presence in social networks, Facebook Instagram Pinterest, whatever platforms there are nowadays, your ultimate goal is to showcase what you got to as many people as possible on faith on Facebook in particular.

Find groups that are relevant to what you’re doing share your work. There comment on other artists works, be active, employers are sometimes checking those groups out and in some of them I’ve seen they’re proposing projects looking for people. So, for instance, I’m a member of octane render group in facebook. Apart from brilliant artworks, people are posting their iĆ­ve. Seen couple of job offers project offers posted.

There are two, so whatever you’re doing logos, Web Design, CG and VFX paper origami find relevant group and be active in it. Finally, one of the most effective ways of selling professional services, for me personally was dedicated freelance website. There are free ones and paid ones for both freelancers and employers. I haven’t used any of these websites for years now, but I suspect not a lot of things changed.

Last year we used freelance com to find a guy who would be able to model some stuff for us, and I was impressed by service on this particular freelance that come both employer and freelancer are safe. So it’s flawless safe and straightforward. The freelancer we were working with wasn’t allowed to do any other project while he was working on our stuff and he was paid only when the project was approved.

As an employer. We had to fully pay everything to freelance calm, but the money got released only upon projects, a pro approval and it’s super awesome. Cuz. Both sides know that they are serious about the work. Freelancer knows that money are there and they’re waiting for him to finish the work. Employer knows that freelancer won’t steal the money and disappear. This service really makes communication between freelancers and employers really simple.

Ten years ago, when I was freelancing, workflows were not developed on that level I personally experienced when employer disappears and not paying you, I’ve seen other freelancers disappears and not delivering works, and things like that with freelance comm, it’s just not possible it’s eliminated, so both sides Are honest, awesomeness just check it out? What about the price price is very important start small, remember $ 50.

The trick here is, as the demand to your work grows. Price can grow too. Remember demand price, not vice-versa. If you over value your work, you’ll, probably find yourself without any clients at all to estimate the cost of your work. Use freelance websites as well go to projects find a project. You would like to work on and usually under description. Other freelancers are able to propose to the client check out their work check out how much they want for day work and compare your level to their level and that way you’ll be able to find out what what’s the price be competitive.

Do better job slightly cheaper than others, but don’t drop your prices crazy low, be adequate? Last thing I was doing was least effective and least appealing to do. I was doing cold calling sort of. I was sending emails to every studio alight, offering my services I’ve, sent hundreds of emails and felt myself like hardcore spammer, but from those hundred couple of them replied and the collaboration was great.

We worked on numerous projects over years. Any possible way of reaching out to client is a good way. I’ve been there. I’ve done it, you can too. To summarize, if you want to freelance and effectively sell your professional services, you should concentrate on building a strong presence on both social media and freelance websites. I’ve listed a couple of freelance websites in article description for you.

There are paid services, some freelance websites for freelancers things like boost your rating or somehow decorate your portfolio. I don’t know how it works not now, but so, if you can use this services cuz, it’s really beneficial to you like in games, same principles. You pay you benefit and what’s more important and shows the employer that you’re serious about your work, be active and just grow your network.

Apart from that, don’t forget about your personal projects, creative stuff and stuff, your most passionate about! Do it upload it to your portfolio and push yourself to grow? Your level comes up if I was helpful in this topic thumbs down if you’re one of those guys thank you for reading guys, see you in the next one peace.


 

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Marketing & Branding in 2019 For Insurance Agents!

Today, I am in my hotel room in Phoenix Arizona, just finished the retreat just coming off. The retreat had an amazing time, and today I want to talk a few minutes about promotion, branding and advertising, and that’s something that we went through a lot of on this retreat like SEO like how to promote yourself right how to brand yourself how to advertise yourself In 2019, how to get leads, how to get customers all of those things are things that we went through high level deep dive, all of it for several days.

So one of the things that you need to know when you’re reading insurance agent training today alive is we talked about one thing: everyone always talks about how everything I wear just about is branded. I’m telling you, if you’re not doing this, if you’re not branding yourself right, number one and if you’re not always wearing and promoting your brand, then what are you doing now? I’m not talking about just always throw it in people’s faces right, the hey! I sell insurance house Hill insurance, hey, I sell insurance right, I’m not always throwing in people’s faces.

Hey I trained agent say I trained agent, say I trained agents right or hey, I’m market for agents or hey. We build sites for agents right or hey. You know we generate leads for agents right or hey. I coach, insurance agents we’re not always or hey. We threw a conference for agents, we’re not always putting that out there and throw it in people’s face. So you guys see me do it through article. You see me do it through swag right even on my Apple, read a CA logo, all of it right.

So you guys see me, but also through Instagram stories. Facebook stories random articles right, personal page, I’m not always throwing in people’s faces that hey you need to buy stuff from me. I am focused on educating and providing value. It’s one of the things that we talked about at this retreat. This weekend pay attention now. This is good people do business with people that educate them, who educates you better than anyone else.

The insurance industry and a lot of you do business with us, because we focus on educating you and bringing value to you. Instead of I’m going to shift to give you a little little better lighting here, instead of simply just always preaching, instead of always selling, instead of always pitching instead of telling you’d always buy stuff from me. Instead, I’m telling you the content approach, the marketing approach for 2019 and Beyond is a value first approach, and, if you’re not doing that with the branding of yourself, with with the with with all your social media, with everything that you do, you need to be.

It’s a value, first approach: it’s an educate, first approach and it’s a sell last right. It’s it’s all about! Nowadays, it’s all about how much can I give away for free so that when someone thinks about that topic, they think about me. Most people are backwards like the old way we talk about this a lot at the retreat. The old way is hey, keep everything close to the chest. Don’t tell anybody your secrets, don’t think about everything.

Don’t tell everybody too much right. That’s the old way: the new way is hey. Here’s all that I’m going to provide for free like we do. These shows constantly in articles constantly everything we do. We see how much we can give away and in turn I give so much value so much content that a couple things happen and you can do the same thing in your business and we talk about this a lot at the retreat and if you missed it, I’m telling you I get another one in June you got to be there see, that’s a soft sell in the middle of providing value and that’s okay.

The way you got to approach this today is how much can I give away right? Am I putting emphasis on educating people along the way? Do I provide and bring enough value so that they care and when they think of the services I offer? Will they think of me now they’ll only think of you, if you’re educating them in the right way and providing more value than anyone else in your space, like I feel like, and that’s why we had life insurance agents, Medicare agency owners, P & C agency owners Carriers etc, pay to be on a retreat with us, because we provide the most value from a content and training perspective as much as anybody in the industry.

I give away so much stuff for free because I enjoy it, and I understand that marketing in 2019 that that’s part of it and because of those things, guess what the first in educates them is the person that they think of that they think about training them To think about, buying leads from they think about doing business with. So are you putting the right structures in place? This is insurance agent training.

This is live training on the spot. Are you right now thinking about educating, first, providing value and giving away as much as you can for free? If you look at the course of the 1,200 articles that we’ve put out to the general public to the insurance world over the last three and a half years, no one else has done that. Find me someone. That’s provided more free content to insurance agents, agency owners, IMO’s carriers call centers etc than we do.

But when you that’s, why you? But that’s how you need to think? What do you think about growing your business when you think about when you think about putting your message out there to the world so that when they think about something you have to offer, they think of you think about that approach? How how can you give away so much content, so much value and so consistently, then, when they think about life insurance, Medicare, joining an agency right, recruiting, building a call center right when they think about buying home and auto insurance car insurance when they think about you Know purchasing an annuity when they think about in testing when they think about you, know: ni UL, whatever college funding college planning in any of it when they think about any of these things, who do they think about? Who do you think about who comes to mind? First, when you think about when you think about Medicare and selling Medicare supplements, who comes to your mind first well, what are they doing so that they come to your mind first, and how can you also do those exact same things that they are but better more Value spend more money, pump it out more and do it more consistently so that when someone thinks about Medicare’s subtly Medicare supplements, they don’t think about them.

They think about you. So today I want I want you. I want this to be a thought-provoking episode of insurance agent training that gets you thinking about. How do you advertise market brand and promote in 2019 so that later on, in the later on in 2019, 2020, 2021, 2020 to 2023, 2030, 2040, 2050, even 2060? They think of you right so that that’s the message for today hope you receive it. Well hope you have an incredible rest of it hope you have a dominating week think about the things that you can do to be top of mind and help a lot of people, and the first way is to get around people that inspire you.

That motivates you that challenge you, that you can learn from pay to learn the things that you need to know. That’s one big takeaway, big secret. I that I put out to the world all the time, because I paid to learn the things that I needed to know to scale my business. That’s why this retreat! That’s why the five people that paid to be on this retreat took away so much value. They were blown away so think about how you can implement this in your business right now and forever, so that you dominate your niche of this industry for many years to come.

Thanks for reading interest into training, I hope you have an incredibly an awesome day. We’ll see you tomorrow for phone phenom appreciate you guys,

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