Interview with Tracey Lawton
You’re told EVERY DAY that you need to implement the latest hot marketing strategy and it will add thousands of new subscribers to your list!
But the truth is…
You just need a system!
You don’t need to implement every new marketing strategy that you hear about … you just need to implement the RIGHT strategies for you and your business. And when you join host Kelly Galea with guest Tracey Lawton for this episode of “From Corporate to Creative,” Tracey will show you how simple it can be to take what you already have in your business and repurpose it into your own turbo-charged online marketing system! In other words … she is going to show you how to automate your marketing!
Tracey will teach you:
- The three essential elements you need to have in place for a successful online marketing system.
- Three simple list building strategies that can be automated and streamlined from information that you already have – no need to create anything new!
- The one essential element you must have on your website to make all of this work.
Tracey Lawton, founder of the Business Success Strategies weekly newsletter, teaches coaches, consultants, speakers, and virtual assistants how to create a profitable and thriving business by creating and implementing a simple, but effective, profit and marketing action plan which reels in more clients and increases profits.
She does this through her home-study programs, virtual training workshops, and private consulting programs.
Tracey’s clients quickly discover how to harness the power of systemizing, automating, and streamlining, and in turn transform their businesses into ones that generate more clients, more income, and sustained long-term business growth.
Take Tracey’s free quiz, “Is Your Business Set Up To Fail?”, to see if you have the right systems in place to grow your business. This quiz will identify any gaps in your business and tell you what you need to do next to fill those gaps.
Prefer to read? A transcript of this episode is available on Amazon.com
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