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Ian Brodie

Ian Brodie

Ian Brodie teaches consultants, coaches and other professionals to attract and win the clients they need using "Value-Based Marketing" - an approach to marketing based around delivering value, demonstrating your capabilities and earning trust through your marketing.


LATEST POSTS

Stop Trying To Get Clients – Do This Instead 30th June 2021

More Important than Value? 23rd June 2021

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Get free access to my "Ultimate Guide" tutorials on some of the most important elements of your marketing.  

  • A step-by-step guide showing you exactly what you need to do to build a steady flow of leads and clients by harnessing your ability to deliver value.
  • Setting the ground for effective follow-up
  • What to do when you first meet someone
  • Initial follow-up to make a strong first impression
  •  Long-term follow-up to build credibility and trust
  • How to turn follow-up into clients
  • How to “Recover and Reuse” your existing testimonials.
  • Setting the right expectation to get more testimonials.
  • Get the timing right for asking for testimonials.
  • Preparing the ground to ease your way into asking.
  • The best ways to ask for testimonials.
  • How much time do you really need for marketing?
  • Get the right mindset.
  • Make time though ruthless prioritisation.
  • Use Scheduling To Ensure You Get Your Marketing Done.
  • Get More Marketing Done Using Efficiency Tools & Techniques.
  • The 3 key principles of winning corporate clients: Focus, Lead with Value, Nurture for the Long Term.
  • The top 3 marketing strategies for getting visible with corporate clients.
  • How to implement your corporate client strategy effectively.
    Ian Brodie

    Ian Brodie

    https://www.ianbrodie.com

    Ian Brodie teaches consultants, coaches and other professionals to attract and win the clients they need using "Value-Based Marketing" - an approach to marketing based around delivering value, demonstrating your capabilities and earning trust through your marketing.

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