Everything You Know About Marketing Is Wrong!

Everything You Know About Marketing Is Wrong! : How to Immediately Generate More Leads, Attract More Clients and Make More Money

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Everything you've ever learned about generating leads and growing your business is wrong.

Everything you've ever heard, everything you've ever tried, and everything you've ever done -- it's all wrong. We'll reveal the strategies you can immediately deploy that will enable you to out-think, out-market and out-sell your competition.

What we want to do in book is to teach you a system for marketing your business... to a point where it becomes instantly obvious to your prospects that they would be an idiot to do business with anyone other than you... at anytime, anywhere or at any price. What most business owners will focus on is generating more leads at any cost but this isn't the best way to attract prospects to your business.

By following our simple 5 step plan: More Leads More Conversions More Transactions Higher Prices More Profits

We can help you build a million dollar or even multi-million dollar business. #1 Best Selling Author, JOHN NORTH is a versatile and well-rounded entrepreneur with a solid background in Accounting, Banking, Finance, Personal Development IT, Marketing and Business Management. John's passion is to help business owners become more strategic and smarter about their marketing efforts. He constantly pushes the envelope of what's possible in this modern era and is widely regarded amongst his peers as very innovative and highly creative in his approach.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 12mm | 299g
  • English
  • 20 Illustrations; 20 Illustrations
  • 1943843139
  • 9781943843138

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"Every chapter offers helpful tips and examples from 'the trenches' I love the compelling title and how the author goes into great detail showing us what there is to Marketing and why he makes this claim. A book to be used as a step by step guide for business owners like me. Every chapter offers helpful tips and examples from 'the trenches', this is real, not something theoretical but actually from someone who's 'been there, done that' and helps clients get their marketing right. Highly recommended reading" Amazon: SigriddK ---------- "A terrific step-by-step marketing system This book is for people like me! We're good at what we do but don't necessarily know how to get our ideal clients to see us as the first, and most logical, choice. John North teaches a simple, 5-step plan for building a successful business. His insights present a clear picture of what our marketing should - and shouldn't - look like, based on proven and tested strategies. While the current trend toward branding may work for large corporations, it can be costly and not worth the expense for smaller businesses. "Everything You Know About Marketing Is Wrong" debunks such common marketing myths. It focuses instead on how-tos for waking up and engaging prospects by discovering and addressing their real needs. North offers practical and specific advice for leveraging what we're already doing and improving the results - making more money for the same time and money invested. I recommend this book for entrepreneurs who want a sound plan for attracting eager, qualified prospects who can, and will, benefit from their service and gladly pay for it." Amazon: Joan Kent
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