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The Sales Funnel

In my book “SMART Marketing – 7 Easy Steps to More Sales” (available from Amazon) I explain what are sales funnels.

They are a critical tool in understanding the “readiness” of your customers to buy your product or service, and therefore provide you with the ability to choose the right type of marketing messages and marketing activities to suit the stages of their journey from being “interested” to being ready to buy.

I’m about to launch my brand new marketing course “SMART Marketing” and this webcast episode explaining the Sales Funnel provides an outline of the way you can use this tool. Watch the video now.

If you want to know more about this training course which you can do in your own time – and repeat every time you need to, click here for more information.

My training course “SMART Marketing” is a five week video training course on how to create highly focused marketing campaigns to ensure you target your ideal customer.

In fact, it’s more than that – it is presented in workshop (I call then “funshops”!) format, as if I were standing in front of you and leading you through each of the seven easy to follow steps. I am including plenty of worksheets (funsheets!) and templates for you to fill in while we work through the marketing campaign for your business.

If your marketing efforts are providing you with very poor ROI on your marketing spend, if your marketing is unfocused and not strategic, you really need to get this course. Click on this link here to learn more.

Okay, so you might not be ready? How about checking out this free download – a report on how you can get more customers just by making sure you can distinguish and use the features against the benefits provided by your product. Click here to download the free report and “Features, Benefits, Needs” worksheet.

To find out more about our other free information, go to teikoh.com

 

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