Who I Can Help:
The Optimistic, Passionate and Curious. You’ve got Optipassionosity. It’s a big word.
Business owners who suck at advertising yet are very good at what they do. I suck at accounting and I love my accountant. I’m I looking for a few good fit’s that will love and need me the same way.
If you’ve noticed that, once people know the story of your family owned business, they want to buy from you, you’re a good fit.
If you are more interested in making money than saving money, you’re a good fit.
Business who measure their success, by the year not the month, are a good fit.
Who Is Not a Good Fit:
The Fearful, Gutless and Twitchy, who burden me with their problems but do nothing to improve their situations.
I work exclusively with the sole decision maker, the Grand Poobah, sorry no marketing directors. If you needed to go to a Doctor you wouldn’t substitute your marketing manager in your place. If that is you, you are not a good fit.
Those who judge an ad consultants effectiveness by the size of their trophy room are not a good fit for Wizard of Ads, Adam Deatherage
Owners who need to “run it by” a non-decision maker don’t need me.
Don’t Hire Me If You:
Are looking for quick validation to support your pride and ego.
Want to get bigger but don’t want to pay the tied to growth fee increase.
Don’t have a Story to tell and have no Optipassionosity.
What I Do For Clients:
I make your message more appealing to a higher percentage of people than you currently connect with. Right now you connect with about 2 out of 10 people. Let’s make it 4 out of 10, and double your business.
Yep I’ve got plenty of ’em. I believe that every business is different and what might be successful for one business usually won’t be for another. I don’t feel right using my friends success as a tool for prospecting or as a promise that I can do the same for you. Lets focus on your success because comparison is the killer of happiness.
I do have one weakness that you should know about right now. Sometimes I get too emotionally involved in the well being of my clients. For me it’s a commitment, like a marriage and I take it to heart. Therefore, I only engage in a relationship with a client when we are both willing to go the distance. That’s the way you feel too, isn’t it? If that resonates with you, there is a reason for that. Email me now at [email protected]