Mark Anthony Germanos advises that we are not living in 2005 anymore. Money is not moving as freely as it used to move. In the new economy, you have to be good at what you do and your marketing has to be great. If so, you get to stay in business. If not, you become a statistic.
Mark is presenting Finally, a better way to attract your ideal customers: Five tips to turbocharge your online presence.
Isn’t it time you learned how to:● Create a professional image that rocks ● Protect your image, reputation and livelihood ● Show why someone should do business with you ● Identify what your ideal customer wants ● Create content that gets you found online
Fasten your seatbelt. Mark challenges you to adopt new ideas early and use them to blow away your competition. In Finally, a better way…, Mark shows you how to promote yourself as the best in the business and build Search Engine Optimization (SEO) campaigns that will knock their socks off. You will be on page one of Google searches.
Mark challenges you to adopt new ideas early and use them to create a comparative advantage. When the Ford Model-T first came out, those who bought them first had a comparative advantage. They could go farther, get there faster and accomplish more. Others stood on the side of the road and yelled: “where’s the horse? This is too new and therefore it is stupid.”
This same mindset carries over to modern day tools. Be it a SWOT Analysis, QR Codes, personal branding, reputation monitoring, blogging, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube or smart phones, you have to use these efficiently in running your business and promoting your goods and services. Use these to create a comparative advantage. If you don’t you will be handing your competitors a comparative advantage. Who wants to do that?
The margin of error is smaller these days. You have to be good at what you do and your marketing has to be great. “Mark has great ideas and can convey them easily. I learned a lot from his presentation and found him to be an excellent speaker. You will not be disappointed,” Larry Cherniss via LinkedIn.
Mark is a computer guy and has been since 1992. His clients range from small businesses to a bank in downtown Chicago that had a $1,000,000 per day profit. Mark is the author of Escape the Cubicle: How to leave your corporate or government job for something better (2011) and How to make computer systems work for you (2010). He is in the Speakers Bureaus of uLink Network and the International Association of Administrative Professionals. Mark has spoken to the Industry Council for Small Business Development, International Management Consultants, Project Management Institute, Kiwanis clubs, Rotary clubs and Chambers of Commerce.