Note from Tyler:
You are here because we met in person or somebody thought enough to hand you my card. Either way I appreciate you taking a minute out of your day to be here.
To say "thanks," I’ve included a copy of my article “xxxxxx” at the end of this page. Please accept it, with my compliments, regardless of whether or not we do any work together.
You're probably here because you want to talk about marketing.
Marketing is a pretty big tent, if you know what I mean. You have to buy the ads, design the brochures, pass out your business card, identify your target market, learn the software, refine your message, tabulate the results, cross-reference all your sales channels, score the leads, pay your bills, maintain continuity of follow-up, pick up the phone, record the results, make sure your staff is checking all the boxes and by the end of the day still deliver a fabulous customer experience.
It can be a full-time job.
If I had a penny for every time somebody has told me, "I already tried that..."
Most business owners who have a marketing problem don’t realize they have a marketing problem until it has cost them a fortune. Let me clarify.
It's easy to assume you have a firm handle on the economics of your business when you've been at it for so long. In general, I have found that almost all clients:
Get ideas from their successful competitors instead of from outside of their industry;
Spend so long operating their business that they can't recognize the cash windfalls sitting right under their noses.
They waste precious time and untold hours trying to learn new skills and do it all themselves, with little to show for the effort.
Could they have hired a skilled practitioner to achieve their goals at far less cost?
Don’t be like the “average” business owner.
Another unfortunate reality is that business owners who know they have a marketing problem usually only seek help as a last-ditch effort – after they have to let go of employees to keep the lights on. If you’re being forced to close in the next few months, there’s nothing in my back of tricks I can do to help. Sorry.
However, if you have a stable business but revenues are stagnant, sales have reached a plateau or, you just want to take your business to the next level, I can probably help you.
To tell you the truth, no matter where your business is at, it can benefit from an expert second opinion, and that’s what I want to offer you today.
It's time to get out of your own way. Opportunity awaits.
If you’re a brick-and-mortar business who hasn’t made the transition to being online ecommerce enabled or, if you’re already established on the web and your existing marketing efforts can’t keep up with the demands of doing business in the digital era, then I can help you open the floodgates of new opportunity.
More specifically, I can help you:
Capture a larger share of existing demand for your products or services and generate more calls, inquiries and sales;
Develop a unique brand, find your voice and differentiate your business from the crowd of me-to competitors;
As well as build a legacy that will ensure the security of your family, give you status amongst your peers and make you proud of what you have built.
Does that sound like you?
At this point, you might be thinking "I’ve heard it all before, Tyler."
1. If you're thinking that, my guess is that you've either been burned in the past by people making similar claims or you simply haven't "paid the price." No worries, this is an open invitation to get in touch when you feel you're ready for a professional to do the heavy lifting.
- As a lifelong student of marketing myself, I am also well-acquainted with the desire to "want to do it all myself." And that is exactly why you should consider tapping into my deep domain expertise for your project.
There is great value in getting an outside perspective focused on your business challenge, at no cost to you, and I would be happy to donate my time to hear about your project with no expectations.
- CTA (consult, q&a)
Get a 2nd Opinion
- How do you see online media playing a greater role in customer acquisition or retention?
+ lead generation
+ online sales
+ customer loyalty
*there’s no dumb questions and I promise to give you a well thought out answer.