Here is how becoming a "Client Factory" has helped me!
By building and becoming a “Client Factory,” I have been able to multiply my average sale by 10 and my average client value by over 60 during the last 15 months. Before I built and became a "Client Factory," I had an average sale of $50 and my average client purchased from me 1.25 times. That means that each client was worth an average of $62.50.
This is because I spent all of my time in front of my computer hoping the phone would ring. I was also afraid to ask for my full value and I would accept whatever financial scraps potential clients offered me.
As a result of becoming a client factory, my clients pay me an average of $542.44 per month and stay with me for an average of 7.6 months and both numbers rise every month. That means that my average client is now worth $3,985.74. That is an increase of well over 500 percent in just 15 months.
I worked just as hard and just as many hours getting $62.00 clients
as I do today to get $4,000.00 clients!
Here is how Becoming a "Client Factory" has helped others!
What I find even better than my success is the success my clients are having. I define a client as someone I work with on a one-on-one basis. I teach my clients how to become a walking, talking, and acting "Client Factory," so they can better use the concept, scripts, and elements when they build their "Client Factory."
The result is, they are all seeing increases in their performance and their income. The reason they stick with me for so long is because I help them earn much more in income than I cost them.
Specifically, one of my clients has grown so much they have had to hire a sales director for a specific product to maximize the marketing effort I helped them start. Another has changed their approach from selling on a daily basis to using their "Client Factory" to attract and get referrals so their clients come to them. Another client is executing his plan to expand from a solo office to having offices around the state.
Thus, my final question for you is,
"What will your very own "Client Factory" do for you?"