If you’re running a small business, and especially if you’re a solo-preneur, you know what it’s like to be stretched thin and not have enough time to do all the things that you really need to be doing to sustain and grow your endeavor.
Unfortunately, as small businesses get busier one of the first things that slides (typically unintentionally) is lead generation marketing activities to continue to build a sales pipeline.
If that resonates with you, the situation probably goes something like this:
The issue comes in at around step 3 and 4 as identified above. As you get leads to work toward closed deals you stop spending as much time actively pursuing new leads to work those you have.
The result creates a scenario where you’re really busy one month closing deals derived from your marketing efforts. Then you stop marketing to work those deals and after you exhaust your pipeline then you begin to market yourself again. This causes peaks and valleys in your sales.
Ideally you want to have consistent, and consistently growing, amounts of sales. To do that, you need to constantly be marketing to find new leads even while you’re working existing leads, which is why you need a system by which you can accomplish that feat.
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Posted by Nick Venturella