Ready to Sell a LOT More Tiny Homes?
I'm Eric Haaranen and I have a feeling that I'm about to become your new Secret Weapon.
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The First Step to Selling More Tiny Houses
If you meet the criteria listed above chances are good that you already have a pretty successful business. However, it is possible that you face a challenge that almost every business faces at one point or another.
A lack of qualified sales leads.
It could be a temporary issue due to extenuating circumstances or it could be a long-standing, recurring issue and a constant source of irritation. Either way, you know that having a consistent, dependable flow of qualified prospects contacting your company could only help your business.
However, the problem is that you're in a hyper-competitive industry. And even though the market is massive (and growing quickly) it is getting more and more difficult to get attention, differentiate yourself from a flood of competitors and ultimately, generate those coveted leads on an on-going basis.
Fortunately, that is where I come in.
Effective Lead Generation for Tiny Home Sellers
I have been designing, implementing and managing lead generation systems for clients and for my own products and services for well over a decade. And all modesty aside, I'm REALLY good at it.
But here's the rub.
I've only recently decided to finally get into the tiny home space. I've always loved the concept of tiny living and I'm so happy to see that people are finally waking up to the fact that they don't need over-sized, over-priced and over-taxed houses just because society has always suggested that is what they should have.
My personal views aside, this is a market I'm honestly excited about. I think the good people (like YOU!) that design, build and sell tiny homes are doing all of us a MASSIVE service and I want to play a major role in helping you change the world.
Why You May Appreciate How I Do Things
As a rogue marketing guy, I pride myself in a couple of things. First, I only provide services that I am very confident will deliver results. I gain this confidence by testing theories and concepts with my own money before ever offering them to clients. I don't believe in using my clients as guinea pigs.
Second, I prefer to offer services on as much as a pay-per-performance basis as possible. Unlike practically every other marketing person on the planet, I don't expect my clients to assume all the risks of our working together. If I'm not producing a significant and measurable ROI, I don't expect anyone to keep me around for long.
On the other hand, if my results are clearly adding significantly to a client's bottom-line and we've created a truly win-win situation, I expect to be justly compensated for my efforts. To me, that has always seemed the most reasonable way to do business and may explain why I have been working with some clients for more than ten years.
Now Let's Discuss Us And Why This May be a Massive Opportunity for Both of Us
Being 100% transparent, to date I have only run one campaign in the tiny house space. It is doing ok - about a dozen leads per day.
However, it is still early days and it is something that I can see scaling to between 50 and 100 leads per day once I find the right partners and tweak the campaign.
That said, I see potential everywhere and I want to do more. If you resonate in any way with what I've been saying until this point, we may want to talk.
Because I have no name or no reputation in this space (yet), you're sitting on a huge opportunity here. I am an ambitious and competent professional and I want to work with you. As such, I am more than happy to start small, see how things go and grow with the right partner(s).
When I choose the right partners and I successful deliver what I intend to deliver, my fees never come out of my clients' pockets. Instead, they come out of the new revenue my ideas and services are able to generate. Make sense?
Shall We Talk?
Everything begins with a short conversation. It is likely that I don't know anything about you or your business but if what I've written here speaks to you in a positive manner, it is difficult to imagine that a 15 minute conversation wouldn't be time well-spent.
If you have the same feeling please get in-touch using any method below. Thanks.