game plan (geim plaen)
- A carefully thought out strategy for achieving an objective in war or politics or business or personal affairs.
- An elaborate and systematic plan of action.
- A person who is knowledgeable and enthusiastic about a specific subject.
- A person who is single-minded or accomplished in scientific or technical pursuits.
What is most important to your success as a business in your chosen field?
Many people will tell you that it’s all about education, experience, product knowledge or crafting the right sales pitch. Others argue that it’s your company’s reputation, branding, product, service or price. There are even those that say that it is an investment in Sales 2.0 tools, or your social media strategy.
But at the end of the day there will be only one conclusion… None of the above!
The truth is, success is powered by your ability to solve the problems of your customer. When you solve problems, your job is done, the sale is made, and the money is in the bank.
But how do you solve the problems of your customer?
Your core operating system and more specifically your customer acquisition system determines the answer to that.
And customer acquisition just changed…
For a century, successful businesses have been built around traditional sales and marketing tactics. Affectionately called SMarketing, it was an expensive investment, but it was worth it.
Technology and the resulting SMarketing has really shaken up traditional marketers. It offers very fast results at almost no cost!
But the SMarketing doesn’t work for everyone, and it doesn’t work as well as some would like. That’s why you need to pick a proven game plan and then adjust it to your own situation.
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