You’re already busy running your business.
You can’t do everything, can you?
You know marketing is important, but sometimes the immediate needs of your business take over.
…until you need to know where the next sales lead is coming from! Then marketing becomes the most important thing and it needs done all at once and right away. There just isn’t enough time in one day.
You already know what you want to achieve, but getting it done isn’t as easy as it looks?
These are exactly the situations assisted marketing is designed to tackle.
Let AllStrat Engage handle those tricky marketing jobs:
From small but important tasks like creating a press advert or writing a sales letter, through to preparing or implementing a full direct mail campaign.
The return you get on your investment in marketing. There is no excuse for not being able to measure the results from your marketing. With assisted marketing, we only run marketing activity we can measure and those measures relate directly back to your business.
We’re not interested in “brand values” or other fluffy nonsense. With assisted marketing, “branding” is a by-product of what we do, not the focus.
Instead we focus on what matters: More revenue; more sales; more prospects; more buyers. You will know the cost per lead and cost per sale of every marketing activity. It’s your business, you need this information to manage it.
Everything marketing activity carried out with assisted marketing is part of a plan. It is costed and approved beforehand. No surprises.
These are the guiding principles for all marketing activities carried out with assisted marketing from AllStrat Engage: Measured; Constant; Known and Completed.
This applies to the procedures for writing sales letters, preparing email campaigns and designing adverts.
You can fit assisted marketing to your business at whatever level you think is suitable. Assisted marketing is designed to be flexible. You are always in charge.
Are you ready to have your business marketing run in this way? It’s not for everyone, but if you measure your business in terms of customers and sales and you prefer to speak about your business in the language of Profit & Loss…