5 Ways To Get More Sales For Your Digital Marketing Agency

Without sales, you will FAIL. Sales are the lifeblood of your marketing agency. Tim Conley, the #1 marketing agency consultant shares the 5 best ways to get more sales and grow your profits, fast.

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Previous videos with Tim Conley are filled with gold for marketing consultants, freelancers and agency owners…

How to start a digital marketing agency – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKCQdp5sq38&list=PL0sOKzn__yK3IyPK2y7-Hxnh4VbIkBG4c

How to make money with a digital marketing agency – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsSJNiN4lq4

And a full live Q&A interview with Tim Conley – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXiNH0NrFXM

it is important to keep the number one most important funnel step in mind for your marketing agency which I share in this video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGWpjIlJMwA

in this video you are about to learn the five ways to get more sales for your digital marketing agency. And to help with this, I got my friend Tim Conley here. Tim, thanks for being here man. It’s always amazing to be here. Great to have you on. So I’ve had Tim on for many videos. Tim is one of the foremost experts in the world of building, growing and specifically scaling digital agencies. He speaks on stages around the world and I’m grateful to have you here. If you haven’t seen our other videos, there’ll be in the comments below. They’ll be all over, they’ll be in the end screen. Watch all of this if you’re building a digital agency because really so one of the fastest ways to generate cashflow online for someone who has some skills. Would you agree with that?

Yes. And it’s a longterm business model. This is something you can get started quick, but ultimately you can build a multimillion dollar business that has systems and you can literally build a business and not just a hustle. Right? Let’s talk about money now versus building a longterm asset because these fall into different categories and I think we need to give the viewer a little framework so there’s getting more sales and what’s the difference between a short term and a long term sale and when do you need which types in the business? Okay, when you’re first getting started, the only thing that matters is getting a customer. You’ve got to get money or you’re not in business. That’s easy definition. You’re in business when people are paying you money. If you don’t get money, you are playing it business. So that’s the first thing. So the early stages is all about going out and getting a sale.

Don’t worry about your content marketing, don’t worry about your brand, don’t worry about anything other than making a sale. You’re going to have a number of pitches and you’re going to have a percentage of those that you close. The more pitches that you make, the better you get at the close, the more sales that you’re going to get. But literally all day, every day, it needs to be focused on that pitch side. And then so it’s almost like hunting in the beginning and then, you know, building a longterm asset. We want to build systems, we want to build potentially other, we’ll talk about the things we want to build, but you want to be at more of a farmer. You want to start getting people showing up to you. And really I think that’s, that’s marketing, right? Versus sales versus say in the early days, all in on sales.

Then as you start to get cashflow and you start to get your kind of legs beneath your sea legs on at that point you want to build marketing systems and we’re going to start with sales and go into marketing. So number one on the five ways to get more customers is cold outreach. Now, Tim, are we talking like email stuff here? What do we mean by cold outreach? Currently cold outreach really falls under. What are you good at? Are you good on the phone? Well then you should do cold outreach on the phone. If you have a great a list that you can connect with through email, we’ll then do email. But what I’m seeing is that it’s getting really hard to get people on the phone. It’s getting even harder to get people to actually respond to an email. So the one thing, and it’s temporary, but it’s working amazingly well right now, is reaching out to on LinkedIn who fit exactly the kind of business that you wish to work with as a business owner.


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  1. So you agree that specializing in a niche would probably be easier than trying to service all businesses. Like you said, being the SEO guy for chiropractors would be ideal because you learn the system, you learn the culture, you learn the structure and then you can quickly become the expert. Would that be more ideal than trying to be the SEO person for HVAC, Yoga studios, Auto repair etc… Find one niche and dominate that industry?

  2. I get everything you're saying and it's opening my eyes to a lot of opportunities. I think my biggest hangup is approaching someone and starting a conversation. Would it be wise to hire someone to do the footwork while I stay in the background and grow the business? Where can I find someone?

  3. I totally love the content you produce…. Great Stuff ….
    I've a small query though… I'm a bit sketchy about the About section of the blog as I'm new to this… I would like to know how important it is for the blog, also, can I use made up persona for the about section or do I need to use my own photos. Also would like to know if I use my own photos on several different niche blogs, how good it'll be as a branding…

  4. Amazing content Miles.
    Incredible how lots of gurus (real fake whatever) out there ask tons of money without really knowing up front if it will be worth it.
    Now, just a question; since algorithms change all the time, .. your older videos are still in vogue for 2020? Or should I focus more on your latest content you bring out?

    I'm on my 90 day challenge (I have 2 blogs, one is a personal all around value kind of blog, the other is about natural products (shop included) so more of an authority bog. The 2 actually run parallel. Lets say that i'm an affiliate(blog 1) of my own shop(blog 2) ..sounds weird I know.
    What is the real reason of bringing out 90/100 post as soon as possible? Is it just a matter of being recognized by google's algorithms or because most blogs don't have that much content on there(even as they might be ranked nr1 on google)?

    I put a lot of effort in writing (in Italian) but seeing some other of your videos, you talk about a 3 to 5 year plan. What do you mean by that? Whats the difference between the 90 day challenge and a 3/5 plan in therms of “making potential money”?

    Thanks for the vibes you are sending me… so much value in it. Thanx God I do understand English cuz there's no one bringing out so much stuff for free in this country.
    Last question(sorry) .. is e-mail still work? Because of so much spam, people hardly pay interest reading “another” propose of whatever that might be. What's the best alternative if not really into email listing?

    Thanx man. Well done.

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