Marketing is not one-size-fits-all. Groupon works great for chiropractors and massage therapists, and not so great for professional speakers or custom homebuilders. Facebook is phenomenal, but a terrible place for a neurofeedback practitioner to use paid advertising to sell peak performance conditioning to CEOs.
Understanding your perfect client – really understanding your perfect client, knowing how she thinks, where and how she looks for information, what lingo she uses, and a bunch of other things are critical to high-performance marketing.
That’s the reason we’ve spent so much time and money perfecting The Wright Process. This process is a step-by-step approach that starts in a slow and controlled manner, and builds on its successes…on the way to dominating your market.
We’ve written a special report on that whole process, and are giving away our secret sauce. Since our first exposure to the Internet in 1994, everything we’ve learned has gone into this process. We’ve spent (conservatively) $100,000 in training, certifications, mastermind memberships and other items over the last four years to continuously improve this process.
Why are we giving this extremely valuable information away for free?
We will only implement The Wright Process for clients that read and understand this process, its strengths, weaknesses, and have correctly-set expectations. Otherwise, given our guarantee, we risk far too much time and money if our clients aren’t in a tight partnership to make this process successful.
Also, we aren’t worried about our competitors stealing this information.
The other companies like ours that already do it right are typically so swamped with business that they aren’t trying to find out how to make more money in this industry.
And the lazy, spammy, hacks that give online marketing a bad name?
This information would change their world and make them successful, but they’ll never take advantage of it because it would take too much effort and blow their get-rich-quick dreams.
We’d be honored if you download The Wright Process document and read it closely. If it doesn’t change your view of marketing your business, and give you at least a couple “aha” moments, I’d be very surprised…but feel free to call and let’s discuss how it applies to you and your business.