The Main Purpose of your Business!

Most business owners think the primary purpose of their business is to generate lots of money.

Although making money is very important, it is not the core purpose of your business or practice.

You see, you can sell a handful of people some very expensive products and make a lot of money.

But, unless you are able to get and keep truckloads of clients who buy from you on a regular basis, and who like you and trust you enough to give you plenty of referrals, you will never be able to reach the true financial potential your business can provide you.

Unfortunately, most Business Owners, even the ones with fancy ideas, don’t know how to acquire and keep tons of customers. So, as a result, many of them have to struggle just to get by.

How does this apply to you?

It is simply this. If you want to become incredibly successful in Business, you must learn how to obtain and retain an avalanche of customers profitably.


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11 Responses to “The Main Purpose of your Business!”

  1. Craig Brown says:

    Hello Ken,

    I would like to learn how to expand our business, and get more customers.

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    Ken Varga Reply:

    Hi Craig, Please read the blog post titles I have and see which ones fit. Also get a copy of my book from my site “How To Get Customers To Call, Buy & Beg for MORE!”. Please let me know how you make out. Ken

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  2. Shannon says:

    And what exactly is the answer, Ken? Or is there something else we have to click or sign up for to get this supremely valuable information?

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    Ken Varga Reply:

    Hi Shannon, There are a lot of ways to get more customers that I am sure you have read about…the issue always comes down to implementation. If you have been a regular reader of my blog, how many of the tips have you implemented? That is a good starting point. Please let me know. Ken

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  3. Jim Dickson says:

    Thanks for the tip Ken. I maintain a customer testimonial page on my website that helps get new customers, but my business is for the most part, a 1 time installation. A selling point is that there is very little maintenance with my style of putting green
    Installation. Do you have any suggestions on how I can grow my business? I do also have a retail site for golf related items.
    Thanks,
    Jim Dickson

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    Ken Varga Reply:

    Hi Jim. Sorry for late response. Try asking for referrals directly vs passively (testimonial page) from those who have already purchased. Ken

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  4. Bill Bateman says:

    I heartily agree Ken. You’ve been a master of that for a long time. There are lot’s of methods but I think matching message to market using the best media is the science that brings you from intention to result

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  5. FounderFly Review says:

    And, of course, there are some tools for business promotion that also help but you have to use your creativity as well.

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  6. Paula says:

    Hello

    I would like to know how to manage my priorities

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  7. Honda City says:

    Thanks your share – i’m so exciter

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