Don Crowther
Don Crowther

Proven Strategies and Techniques To Build YOUR Business

Proven Strategies and Techniques To Build YOUR Business

The Three Pillars Marketing System

A major key to achieving success is regularly evaluating how you are doing versus your plans.

This week, as I was doing so, I realized that 15% of 2013 is now behind us.

And I asked myself the question – “Don, are you 15% of the way towards achieving each of your strategic plans for the year?”

Gotta tell you, for me personally the answer’s mixed. I’m happy to report that I’m actually 85% of the way DONE with one of my 4 goals.

But, there’s another key goal that I’m only about 2% of the way to achieving. 98% of the goal to go, 85% of the year left to do it in. And this is a very important one for me.

Perhaps you feel the same way.

Especially about your business.

Be honest with yourself. Have you actually achieved 15% of your business goal for the year?

If you have, congratulations. If you haven’t, you’ve got some changing to do!

My bet is that most of what is holding you back is marketing. Marketing that focuses on three things:

  1. Contact – Getting leads into your system
  2. Comfort – Getting those leads to be comfortable enough to buy from you
  3. Convert – Getting them to actually purchase from you.

I’ve developed a system to help you become a more effective marketer, which is based on this diagram:


Want to know how all of this works?

Here’s a recording of a webinar that addresses these three pillars of marketing plus the entrepreneur’s biggest dilemma.

I strongly suggest you watch it, and take notes so you can learn a system that will supercharge your business and help you achieve huge breakthroughs this year!

What do you think? Useful? How will you use it in your business? Let me know by leaving a comment below, liking, sharing, tweeting and pinning it!

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  1. I consider that marketing is a must for every entrepreneur. Marketers are business markers. Operations become more and more commoditized and easier to outsource or freelance… but marketing should never be delegated.

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