Avoid This Marketing Pitfall…

Could you have this frequent problem of talking too much?  Could this be your “problem child”?  Do you spend so much time talking about yourself and what you bring to the table that you totally lose your client?

 
 

 

Watch this excellent video of Rand Fishkin the CEO of SEOmoz, one of the great thought leaders in the online expert space.  Learn some great techniques to improve your marketing.  Hint; pay attention to what he talks about regarding “GTTP”.

Need I say more?  Keep it short, concise, and to the point.  Bring your marketing to full circle empowerment.

In Success & Empowerment

Martin Casper

The Empowered Entrepreneurial Magnets

  • http://findingourwaynow.com/ Susan Cooper

    This is awesome stuff. I could certainly learn more of the art of short, ti the point and more concise. plan on viewing this again when I have a few less distractions. :).

  • http://virtualadmintogo.com/ Elizabeth Scott

    I absolutely believe that you need to be an active listener instead of a talker. This is true with clients and interal customers that you deal with on a daily basis. You summed it up perfectly when you said, “Keep it short, concise, and to the point.”

  • http://www.Empower2Go.com Martin Casper

    Thanks Susa…I think we all have a tendency to having a bit of “TMI”?

  • http://www.Empower2Go.com Martin Casper

    Thanks Elizabeth…the most successful entrepreneurs are extremely good listeners. They are very “present”.