The very first question I ask all my new clients is: why do you need Commission blueprint 2.0? Not all strategies are suitable for all businesses, so I need to know what they want to do and what they expect from me. During the first discussion, some potential clients even decide that they don’t want marketing at all, which is fine by me: I’d rather see them returning when they’re ready, than doing something useless right now, and losing them for good.
The level of service is different, as needed. For instance, a company that’s doing exclusively B2B services doesn’t need a strong presence on social networking sites; and an affiliate marketing program will require a completely different approach than a website that needs to increase its general audience in order to produce more advertising revenue.
The worst clients are those who don’t know what they want and why they want it. That’s a sure recipe for trouble. No matter what you do for them, you’ll always be wrong, so I make sure I get none of those by asking this simple question.Tags: simple question: Business Finance: social networking sites: Social networking service: Internet Marketing: Online Opportunities