Retention is the New Acquisition
- Could you have it all wrong about how to be filling your funnel?
- Have you been taught to go out and cold call, network and hustle to grow your sales and business?
- Is all of your money going to wooing strangers to your brand and your company?
Then you want to listen to day as Joseph Jaffe has evidence we have been doing it all wrong and has the proof to back it up.
Everyone is looking at how they can get started on the right foot, recover from hard fall or grow their business to the next level. It is time for us to learn how to flip the funnel and boos tour bottom line as well as serve our customers in ways that gives them an income boost as well.
- Theory Behind Flipping the Funnel
- What the Recession Taught Us
- How to Spurn the Churn
- Time to Flip the Funnel
- Transforming Mouths into Megaphones
Get ready for a 180 on everything you thought you knew about marketing. Looking at how you spend your time and money on customer acquisition. Joseph is a master at taking these sacred cows we have in our business practice and bringing you a radically different common sense look at the customer experience for your key to business success.
- Have you ever wondered why the new customer gets all the best deals?
- Have you ever been insulted to find a brand new customer getting the rewards that you as the loyal customer should be receiving?
- When was the last time you were able to keep up with the hoops that many loyalty programs required to get your reward?
Our Breakthrough Business tip today is sponsored by Rob Cairns our technology expert and today he will be talk about why you want to use google alerts for your business.
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