If you've ever struggled with formatting a sales page, you know what a hassle it can me. Yet sales and landing pages are a cornerstone of any business that wants to make money and grow a list.
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When did you last survey your clients and prospects? Are you asking your people good questions?
There are 3 big reasons you need to be asking your potential and current clients questions:
You need to find out who they are: demographics and psychographics.
You need to find out what they want: what are their challenges, what products would they like, what kinds of services they'd pay money for.
You also want to get their feedback, especially from those who have used your products and services.
Yesterday we had a fantastic Webinar with Dr. Jeanne Hurlbert of MySurveyExpert.com. Jeanne is the go-to person when you want to create surveys and quizzes that work to grow your business. As a Ph.D. sociologist and professor, she's worked with some big name companies as well as some entrepreneurs like Tony Robbins.
Social media is great for some things, but it's got a big flaw... and if you aren't aware of this flaw, you could make costly mistakes in your business. I've asked Jeanne Hurlbert, Ph.D., from MySurveyExpert.com to explain....
Social media, online social networking, is hot — and with good reason. Used effectively and wisely, social media can reap HUGE profits for business owners.
But those who don’t know the limitations of social media are falling into a trap that can cost them millions by making them THINK they know their markets, when they really don’t.
Let’s start with what social media does well. Social media — sites like Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, content sharing sites like Hub Pages or Squidoo — offers powerful ways to connect with people, build trust, build a brand and drive traffic to your website and blog.