It was the year 1991, We received a package from India. It had some pictures, sweets and a VHS video tape of my cousin’s engagement. (Since we had been unable to attend the ceremony for my paternal aunt’s daughter a few weeks earlier, she sent us a recording of the event).
Dan is famous for teaching us that, "The money is in the list… You want to be in an ‘Income At Will’ position…
You need to build an iron fence around your herd…. You must magnetically attract the right people to you…”
So how do you do all of that?
There are significant reasons why marketing metrics are critical. If you don’t know what works, what doesn’t, what’s weak, what’s healthy, you’re lost. How can you get to where you are going without markers along the way to ensure you’re going in the proper direction. You’re missing out on pertinent information when you don’t use them.
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There are significant reasons why marketing metrics are critical. If you don’t know what works, what doesn’t, what’s weak, what’s healthy, you’re in the dark. You’re missing out on pertinent information when you don’t use them.
I travel a lot for work and often meet some enthusiastic and extremely bright practitioners all over the country. An underlying struggle I see all of them face is being unable to market their practice to reach a broader set of patients. As a marketing expert, this is something that breaks my heart to see - a 100% competent medical professional worrying about who their next client is going to be.
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Meeting and marrying the right person is a lot like marketing. Done correctly, both will turn out well. Done poorly, and well, you know what that might become.
Most small business owners, from retail, manufacturing, grocery or hair salons seldom think about these 3 essential phases of marketing when they are throwing money at their challenge of getting and keeping customers, clients or patients.
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I was speaking to the children of a neighbor recently, and I asked them if they had ever been to a circus. I mentioned the animals, the clowns, popcorn, peanuts, soft drinks, and taffy apples. That’s when the fun began. Their father and I were astounded when the lid came off the jar.
The discussions that ensued, sometimes multiple and concurrently as to the need to go, the desire to go, how old does one have to be, why should they want to go, can we go now was deafening. There were questions about how it could possibly be fun with all the noise, smells, and scary faces of the clowns got tossed around too.