The Solution for Marketing Overwhelm

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Ever wish there was just a blueprint you could follow to market your business?

No, not a magic formula. Not a “push-button million-dollar cash machine.”

You’re not lazy and you’re not afraid to put the work in.

But sometimes it’s hard to figure out just what kind of work you’re supposed to be doing.

What if there was a straightforward road map that a reasonably intelligent person could follow?

First you do Step A. It takes some time and attention, but it’s not rocket science.

Here’s what you do if you get stuck. Here are the resources you need to get it completed.

Then you move on to Step B, and here’s how to do that.

Keep going until you have a marketing plan that works

I would have really liked to have something like this when I started my freelance copywriting business (moonlighting from a demanding corporate day job, and struggling to make time for my toddler son) three years ago.

So a couple of years ago I got a wild hair to start putting this “blueprint” together. If I was starting from scratch, what would I do first? Then what? And what after that?

The answer to those questions came last December when I released a home study course called the Remarkable Marketing Blueprint. We sold out quickly, and I hunkered down to create the best content I could, and to consistently overdeliver on value so that folks had an amazing experience.

And I have to say, the course exceeded my expectations. The quality of the people who signed up and the progress they’ve made in their businesses have been genuinely humbling to me.

It’s time to open the course again, and I’m keeping the group small again. It’s the only way to make sure I have the time and focus to give every member my personal attention.

If this sounds like something that might be useful in your business, you can find out all about it here.

No spam, no nonsense, no pitchfests. Just a tool that I think you could find genuinely valuable.

Click here to find out more about the Blueprint.

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Reader Comments (14)

  1. says

    An expert only became an expert through experience and hard work. That’s why you should always be dubious of young experts.

  2. says

    A lot of times it’s those beginning stages of starting a business or creating a product launch that can get you. This sounds like a valuable course.

  3. says

    Having ANY plan, even if it’s not as thorough or “smart” as you think it should be, is the key to getting something off the ground. The blueprint sounds like a great idea. (Sonia let me know if you’d like to do something on this topic for the Wax blog!)

  4. says

    Sonia may not be young (but to give her credit, she’s younger than me!) but she’s a Rock Star at the Blueprint! What she has created there is beyond awesome! Make sure you don’t miss out this time. You will love it.

  5. says

    Hi: I don’t have children, but embarked on becoming a freelancer several years ago. I did not have a blueprint but I knew what I could do and do well.

    We are all different, with different needs, backgrounds, and of course, financial and health concerns. I will check it out. I am glad you wanted to put your family first. So rare these days.

  6. says

    I think putting family & other key relationships first is one of the smartest things we can do as businesspeople.

    If we’re in business to be happy (and otherwise, why do it?), nurturing those relationships is the smartest strategy. The business can be designed to support our lives.

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