So in today’s post, I’m gonna talk about how to start your own digital marketing agency, okay?
How did you start how to get your first clients and Online Business ?
And then how to go through take it from zero to ten thousand dollars per month.
Okay, and then once you’re at ten thousand dollars per month How many of you guys would love me to show you?
How to take it from ten thousand dollars per month to even a hundred thousand dollars per month in Online Business ?
How would you guys like to see exactly what I’ve done to go through within twelve months?
Take my business from in essence zero to over a hundred thousand dollars per month with what I’m doing here, okay with Online Business ?
We’ve got star from Venice Beach what welcome star Okay, awesome guys.
That’s we’re gonna cover today at AgencyConsultin.io and more things too. We’re gonna go through because obviously like if you’re wanting to start your own digital marketing agency. That’s the core that’s obviously the title of this video.
You need to know how to get your first clients. You know how to go to have success with those clients because I know a lot of people. They like want to start their own agency, but their biggest fear .
This is me a couple years ago is why I want to get clients. But what if I have no idea how to help them how to run ads for them how to get leads or success or any of that stuff.
How to really build a digital marketing agency?
So, I want to cover that for you all today get those first couple and honestly, you can run your own market agency as a one-man show and take in a ten thousand dollars per month Fairly easy.
It really is not that hard. That’s what I went through and did but now I’ve kind of merged to the fact where I am Just you know I’m trying to go through and specialize only in sales and market.
We’re going to talk about that here as well, okay, so Awesome guys.
Let’s jump into this so the first point.
What you need to do first is go through and get experience with Facebook advertising with marketing with starting your own agency.
Whether it’s SEO Facebook Ads Google Ads whatever it is and so Number one key point number one kind of contradicts number two which I’ll tell you about here It is a little bit, but you need experience, so it doesn’t matter.
What clients you’re going to go through and grab could be chiropractors, dentists, real estate agents, gym owners, restaurants anything you just need to go through and get familiar with the whole Facebook advertising marketing process right now when I first got started This is me back when I was super naive with all this stuff.
Whatever the timeframe is and say hey look you know I’ve been really studying Facebook advertising.
It’s really hot right now, there’s so many successful case studies out there and I want to go through and help you with your restaurant with your gym with your you know real estate agency.
Whatever it is and help you go through and market that business Okay, so you go through and you say hey?
You don’t even have to pay me Okay After the two-week trial or before we trial whatever you’re doing you can say then we can go through and we can talk about What the right amount to pay me is?
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And we kind of move forward from there, okay, so we’ll just like we’ll use your Facebook advertising money Okay So they set aside a budget of 200 400 500 whatever the number is and you go use that money to gain that skill set Because honestly guys I’ve been through a lot of Facebook advertising Courses and all that stuff especially when I first got started but honestly at the other day it all comes down to just getting that experience and going through and Using the ads manager in Facebook or Google or any of that stuff And you will learn way quicker way more by actually going through and gaining that experience okay, so anyway, that’s number one and the best way to go through and get clients you guys have probably seen this on some other trainings of Mine or some other people is just going through and posting on Facebook hey, I’ve been studying Facebook ads where I’ve been studying you know at Google Ads or whatever you’re like been focusing on and I’m looking for some people to go through and help them out.
Struggling to Start a Digital Marketing Agency in 2019? Here’s a Online Business on what to do, step by step:
- So, are you ready toplace an order today? - [Man On Telephone] Uh, Idon't know, I'll think about it.
- Well, I mean, it'sa very very good deal.
- [Man On Telephone] Stillnot quite sold on it.
- Is it okay, do youneed more information? Maybe I can email yousome more information, would that help? - [Man On Telephone] Yeah, if you could email me that'd be helpful.
- Yeah, so I can email you information and can I call you back maybelet's say two weeks from now to follow up and see ifyou may be ready by then? - [Man On Telephone] Yeah, Imean that sounds good to me.
- Yeah, okay, and the email address we have on file, that's okay right? - [Man On Telephone]Yeah, that should work.
- Okay then, I'll callyou back in like two weeks and I'll send you the email today.
- [Man On Telephone] Okay, thank you.
- No, thank you, thank you so much.
How many times in your life when you're on a closing call in a meeting, and your prospects say toyou, I want to think about it, or send me some more information? What happens? You never hear from them again.
It is a fucking lie.
Prospects lie all the time.
When they say they want to think about it that's not actually what they're saying.
What they're actually sayingis one of these three things.
First one is, I don't have the money.
But they don't want to admitit, so what do they tell you? They lie to you.
They say, well let me think about it or let me get back to you.
They never get back to you.
They never call you back.
When you're on the phone with a prospect one of these two things happen.
Either you're closingthem, why they should buy or they're closing you, whythey shouldn't buy right now.
Makes sense? So, the second thing, whatthey're actually saying is, well, I don't see the value.
When they say they want to think about it, what they're actually saying is, yeah you have presented your offer but I don't see the value of this.
And that's why they delay the sale.
There's a reason why they are on the phone with you in the first place.
Number three, when they say,I want to think about it, what they actually mean is,I don't see the urgency, why I should buy right now,why should I buy right now? As a closer you have not shown them, you have not presented the value.
You have not articulated the value.
You have not instilled that urgency, why they need to buy right now.
And that's why they don't buy.
And you let them getaway with that excuse, that, let me think about it.
So, when clients, they say,well let me think about it, what should you reply? How do we handle their objection? If you handle the objectionthe way that I just handled it, you're gonna lose the sale.
I have already lost their sale.
There are two ways you can handle this, comment below and pay attention.
The first way is, what I call preframing.
Before you go into any sales meeting, before you get on any sales call, you can say something like this, well Mr.
Prospect, thepurpose of this meeting today, or the purpose of this phonecall today is to determine, to see if it's a good fit foryou and I to work together.
By the end of our conversation, there are three thingsthat you could say to me.
First thing you could say is, a yes, and you and I think it's a good fit.
And we're going to move forward and we're going to do business.
And that fine, that's it, that's good.
The second thing that youcould say to me, it is a no.
And I want you to know it'sperfectly okay to say no to me.
The third thing that you could say but that I don't want you tois, I want to think about it.
Because I've been doing this a long time and usually when people saythey want to think about it, what they really mean is a no.
I would just prefer, justtell me a straight no.
No hard feelings whatsoever.
So, before we get started,before we proceed, can we make a simple agreement? You're only going to tellme one of these two things, either a yes or a no, is that fair? What have I just done there? I've preframed the entire conversation.
Now at the end it's very, very, very difficult for them to say no.
And I've take the pressure away and give them the permission,it's okay to say no to me.
If we're not going to do business, if it's not a good fit,it's perfectly fine.
So, that's preframing.
Another thing that you can do is, when this comes up atthe end, when people say, yeah that sounds good, let me get back to you, let me think about it.
Don't be afraid to be direct, because prospects lie and they always use smokes and mirrors.
You want to get to the core.
You want to get to the truth.
You don't want to let them get away with their smoke andmirror, get their truth.
As a high ticket closer, as a good closer, you get to the bottom line.
So, here's what you do when they say, I want to think about it.
You say, you know what Mr.
Prospect, when people say that to me,that they want to think about it what they mean is actually a no.
You just don't want to hurt my feelings.
Isn't this the case here? And people will be like, what? You are so fucking direct, you're like, you're basically indirectlysaying, I don't buy this.
Let's get to the bottom line of this.
Then you ask them the next question, so isn't this the case here? You just don't want tohurt my feelings, isn't it? Before I get off the phone, Mr.
Prospect, why did you call me in the first place? You circle back, you circle back, finding out about theirneeds, about their pain point And then you go back tothe money question again.
It's the money isn't is? It's always the fucking money.
Of course it's the money, if money's no object they would've bought right now.
It's always the money.
So you ask them the question,it's the money isn't it? And they'll be like, yeah it's the money.
It's not within my budget, Idon't have that kind of money, whatever it is.
Then you as a closer, now you offer an alternative, a solution.
Well, let's just pretend Icould finance this for you or let's just pretendwe could offer multiple, multiple payments, we can break this up.
that wouldn't make a difference, would it? Oh yeah, that would,that would help a lot.
Well, let's talk about it then.
You see you get to the core of the problem and that's how you handle,let me think about it.
It's about your conviction,about your certainty.
Remember you cannot helpthem if you don't sell them.
If you truly believe in what you offer, you truly believe in thevalue of your products and services, what do you need to do? You need to have thebelief that you are morally obligated to close them, to sell them, because deep down youknow when they walk away from this conversation you'llnever hear from them again.
Their lives won't be changed.
The business won't be changed.
They will stay stuck in the same way.
So, as a closer, it is your job, your duty, your mission to close them.
You can't help them, ifyou don't close them.
Food for thought.
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Hey! Alex Berman here from Experiment 27 and this is what to do in the first 90 days after starting an agency.
So really there's two goals that you need to cover in your first 90 days.
Really in your first 30 days as an agency owner.
The first is get your first clients and then the second one is hire a team to deliver.
So let's jump in.
Day 1-30: get your first 3 clients.
You can do this a number of ways.
I broke it down as a video - four steps to get your first four clients.
I also did a video that broke down the actual email scripts I used when I went out to go get clients which are both very good videos to watch if you want to do this, for real.
But at a high level, you want to go out ask around your network.
So look at your former bosses or look at your friends that work for bigger companies and once you figure out the service you're gonna offer.
So let's say you want to do UX, UI design, asking around should get you at least a client or two.
Once you have those three clients you want to make sure you get money from them.
Maybe I'll do another video on how to get paid or the most effective ways to get paid.
I'll do that in a few weeks.
But, high-level, get your first 3 clients and get money from them.
Now, what do you do with that money? Most people that I've seen going to the agency business.
Let's say they have a UX background, you have a design background.
They're going to start doing the work and then they're gonna look up 30 days later when the work is delivered and then they're gonna have to go out and go get clients again.
That is not the way that I did at x27 and it's not the way that you should do it in your first 90 days.
The next step is hiring a team to deliver.
So when I got my first client for Experiment 27 it was a start-up founder out in New York City, it was a two-person team that were bootstrapping their startup and they needed more leads for their company.
So I could have.
So I sold the contract and it was like $2,000 for ten meetings or something like that.
Two thousand dollars for a month and I went out to upwork and I hired a guy to sales train.
And I hired another guy, he was from the Philippines as a cold caller to knock this out.
So from the beginning what you want to do in your first 90 days is you don't want to do the work.
You want to focus on sales.
Because sales is what actually drives the company.
And then you want to hire other people to do the work for you.
That's pretty key and that will separate you immediately from other freelancers.
So as soon as you start hiring other people you immediately become an agency and not a freelancer and it let's you have more time to focus.
Then what you basically want to do is try to shove as many projects onto these guys as you possibly can.
Let's say you close like five to six projects.
They can be low-cost because you're really just building up your portfolio, but you want to stay on top of the production team as much as you possibly can.
At Experiment 27 I hired Robert who ended up becoming my co-founder, but his job now is just to watch production and make sure that they actually deliver on time and deliver what they say they're going to deliver.
So finding somebody for that role is important, but you don't have to hire for that role immediately.
It can start as one of those designers that you hired to do the work and then scale and then evolve from there.
So those are the first 90 days.
Basically, hustle your ass off to get those first three clients.
Then use that revenue to hire somebody to do the work for you.
Do not do the work yourself or else you're freelancer and then stay on top of that team for the next 30 days and then after you've proven that process works, let's say you delivered a couple projects, then you go out and you sell more.
From there, the next step is to hire a sales team and you can watch my video on how to build a sales team as well to help you there.
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