Hi there! I’m Paul Carter.
What I thought was insignificant allowed me to increase revenue by more than I had imagined.
For the past 9 years, I’ve been able to increase revenue by an average of 246% each year. This is what I do. Some call me “the revenue doubler.” If I can do it, you can increase revenue too.
You may think that your product or service can’t be sold online.
If you’re sophisticated, you know that in order to increase revenue on the internet, you have to deliver tremendous value through your website. But, you’re a brick and mortar or a consulting business, so how do you do that?
You think your problem is that it would be too difficult, or too complicated to figure out how to deliver value online. It feels like a huge thing. So you don’t, and your website ends up being an online brochure, and it doesn’t bring in any, let alone increase revenue.
But that’s not your problem.
Your real problem is that the value that your customers want so badly from you is too small for you to see. You think it’s insignificant, because it’s just obvious to you from your unique vantage point as a proprietor and an expert in your field.
For example, one of my clients is a Bed and Breakfast in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. The owners live in the area, so they know where the good restaurants are. They know what interesting art exhibits are playing, where the good hiking trails are, where to shop, and where to go just to relax or enjoy the beautiful scenery. All this is just obvious to them, because they’re just walking down the street, and living their lives in the Berkshires. It doesn’t take any work to know it or learn it.
Just sharing on the web that basic information, which is right at the tip of their tongue, that they originally thought was too small and insignificant to be valuable, made all the difference and allowed them to increase revenue by a huge percent.
Here are all the things you’ve tried.
- Re design your website
- Update your information
- Add pictures and videos
- Added a blog
- Added a newsletter
- Added social media
These are all great tools, and have the potential to increase revenue online. But as you can see, they don’t do anything to solve the real problem, if they’re not being used to share what prospects really value.
I was like you, and thought the same way.
I used all these tools, and wondered why I wasn’t getting the results I wanted. And then I learned how to identify the things on the tip of my tongue that my ideal customers really wanted to know. It turns out that when I started sharing that stuff with them, and not trying to sell my stuff, that was the exact message that they wanted from me. I delivered value in terms that they wanted, and only then was I able to increase revenue.
If I can get these results, you can too.
You can convert your website and social media presence into a revenue generator by sharing with your ideal customers what you already know and think is too small, or insignificant.
How do you do it?
How do you identify the stuff that’s obvious to you, and that your ideal customers are just dying to know? How do you know what your prospects really want to know that you have right at your finger tips?
It’s hard for you as the expert to see it. So you really need some objective way of looking at your body of knowledge differently. That’s where I can help. I’ve developed a method that reflects back to you the information you know so well through the eyes of your ideal customer. It helps you see what’s important from your perspective through eyes of your ideal customer. You understand what’s important to them, and how to deliver it in a way that builds a lasting and mutually beneficial relationship.
I can help you get it right, where most people go wrong.
Let’s brainstorm how to increase your revenue like I have done for many of my clients. I’ve used this method to help a six figure organization to increase their online revenue by 800% in 10 years. I helped another six figure company increase theirs by 62% in only 12 months. And this method works for my 5 figure clients, as well.
How much money are you leaving on the table: 10%, 20%, 40%, 60%? What would a 62% increase in revenue mean to you? How many thousands, tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousands would that be in your pocket?
This is the kind of impact you can have on your revenue, if you do this right – and most people do it wrong. I’m going to help you do it right.
Are you ready? For your free brainstorming session, click the green button below right now!