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How to Build a Producer Business Model: Free Webinar

For small agencies, offering a comprehensive set of marketing services can be a challenge.

How do you …

  • Find experienced talent? 
  • Define efficient processes?
  • Identify and integrate the best software?

These are just a few of the questions you’ll inevitably face.

Escalating the challenge is the fact that every client’s needs are unique. To attract them enough to convert into a lead, you must ensure that your messaging and positioning speaks directly to their biggest pain points.

At the end of the day, the agencies that can best answer these questions the quickest are the ones that start generating real profits sooner and have greater staying power.

So, how can a small agency achieve success with the odds stacked against it? Mr. Duct Tape Marketing, John Jantsch, has an answer: Build a Producer Business Model.

Join us Nov. 3, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. ET (Nov. 4, 2015 at 12:00 p.m. NZT) for a free webinar where John will walk attendees through the five key elements needed to build the producer business model.

Specifically, John will explain how to:

  • Create your own marketing system and point of view (POV).
  • Build a methodology where every element is worth paying for.
  • Attract and sell to the ideal client.
  • Package building block services and tools.
  • Build your own partner platform.

Register for the webinar today, and join John and me for a discussion on how agencies can provide more comprehensive services and generate more leads without hiring.

About John Jantsch

John has been called the world’s most practical small business expert for consistently delivering real-world, proven small business marketing ideas and strategies.

He is a marketing consultant, speaker and bestselling author of Duct Tape MarketingDuct Tape SellingThe Commitment Engine and The Referral Engine. In addition, The Huffington Post calls him one of the top 100 “Must Follow” on Twitter and Forbes named Duct Tape Marketing one of the 100 Best Websites for Entrepreneurs.

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