Posts Tagged ‘finding clients’

Get more referrals with a Clean Playroom

When I was 12, my momma gave me advice that made me rich (richer than your average teenager anyway). I still follow that advice today and so can you to get more (and more enthusiastic!) referrals. Thanks, mom!   And, a pretty graphic to go along with it:

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The Art of Follow Up (feat. Casey Stanton)

We say it at least 4 times during the interview: “NOBODY follows up!” By employing just one of the simple strategies Casey Stanton reveals in the video below, you can: Get ROI on any event you attend Form long-term friendships that are worth more than money Get more referrals, more repeat business, and happier clients.…

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11 Client Red Flags (Run when you hear these phrases)

Over time, I’ve learned that certain phrases signal an impending disaster. Some of them sound innocent, but can reveal serious problems with the project, the client, or the product. I reveal them all (and what they really mean) here:   And just in case you forget, here’s all the phrases to watch out for (print…

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Client-getting strategies for introverts (feat. Till Gross)

Do you consider yourself shy or introverted? Do you get insanely nervous when speaking to prospective clients? Do you hate “mingling” at live events? Then for you, this could be the most valuable training on this site. Most of my clients can be traced back to a drink at a hotel bar after a conference.…

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11 Ways You Blow the Gig

In addition to playing copywriter, I also occasionally play client. I hire writers for support on my projects, as well as on behalf of clients. I know what it’s like to be on the other side, and also that sinking feeling when you never hear back from a prospect. That’s why I put together this…

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50 Questions to Ask Prospects

“He who asks the questions controls the conversation.” This is one of those phrases that is said so much, we tend to forget its power. I once saw Jay Abraham do a live Q&A. It was incredible to me how he was able to get to the heart of the issue, oftentimes solving the problem,…

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What to do when a prospect “ghosts” you

We’ve all had those… You know the type. It always starts amazing. A great email. Maybe even a phone call. Everyone is excited. They are a PERFECT client. You start gearing up. And even though you don’t have a check (or even an agreement), you start doing some research and brainstorming copy ideas in the…

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Getting clients from live events

Live events are my natural habitat. All of my clients can be traced back to a drink at a hotel bar somewhere. In this training, I walk through my 3-step criteria for deciding what events to attend and then what to do (and what not to do) once I get there to make an impression…

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