I just spent the weekend in Orlando and had the most amazing time. I met some fantastic people and was able to pick the brains of so many wonderfully skilled and caring people.
Having the skills without the caring doesn’t matter. I don’t know about you, but I’d rather have a drunk derelict who would give his life trying to save mine administer CPR than a triple PhD who’s motivations are purely selfish.
Without further ado, here are some quick tips on improving your marketing from some of the top marketing folks around:
Marketing tips summary:
Adam Urbanski – Take a flip cam or small camera to live events, such as a networking event, conference, or training conference for your industry. Record video segments like the one above and distribute them to convey value to your clients.
Bob Jenkins – Use teleseminars in a way that connects you to your audience and leverage those teleseminars many different ways, such as products, blog posts, articles, and promotional giveaways.
Carrie Wilkerson – Attaining success through M & M’s: Mindset, Mentoring, Masterminding and Massive action.
David Preston – Pull out the yellow pages, find websites without lead capture, and help them install lead generation tools.
Coach Deb – Get more things done in less time by cloning yourself, such as leveraging software which helps you get more done without even being there.
Mark Shilensky – Be authentic with your audience, share from your heart and give them everything you’ve got.
Felicia Slattery – Start speaking to market your business. Think about the 3 questions you get asked the most and turn it into a presentation.
Willie Crawford – Conduct an exclusive interview of your affiliate partner’s product about the 10-15 benefits of that product. Transcribe that interview, distribute the PDF far and wide.
Melanie Benson Strick – Make sure you outsource your marketing to those who can do the work better, faster, and cheaper than you.
James Wedmore – Use Video as much as you can, whether you get an inexpensive flip-cam or something more expensive, make video part of your daily routine.
Erica Douglas – Talk to your clients on the phone or in person about their needs and actually listen to their answers. Follow up with a phone call or a personal letter thanking them for their time.
Which of these tips helped you the most? How and when will you begin using it?