When I started to chat with Alison about her business, she told me that she’d love to be able to take a much bigger paycheck.
Maybe you can relate?
I think it’s important for all of us to feel like we’re well compensated for all our risk and hard work.
With that one goal in mind, we talked about a strategy that will get her that super-sized paycheck.
Alison is doing lots of things well, but there are a few key things she could do that would change everything for her quickly, and set her up for long term success.
Watch this 30 minute session and learn:
- How to “mine” a report Google Analytics for clues about what you should double down on.
- The change in strategy that will get Alison her bigger paycheck fast, and will set her up for long term growth.
- A simple lead generation and follow up email plan that will bring in reliable revenue. Alison can set it up once, and monitor it. (Inner Circle Members: Instructions to set this up can be found in Conversion School.)
- A long term strategy to build her business into a high volume profit centre. Very sale-able!
Members of the Inner Circle have the opportunity to have Susan review their website and provide them with three actionable steps to get more website traffic.
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