Andrew Dymski – Let’s GamePlan [Build a More Profitable Inbound Agency]
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#1 issue hinders inbound agencies from coming back
When you set up an immigration agency, you will learn a lot of lessons. As we strive to develop our institution GuavaBox, we feel very painful. When we started DoInbound, we found that we were not alone. This pain is also felt by immigration agency owners around the world.
#1 issue to hold inbound agencies from growing:
After the customer signs the contract, there is no clear plan to move forward.
Usually things are like this…..
Spend a lot of time marketing.
Look for clues.
The conversation stretched across several phone calls.
You are trying to sell inbound ideas and your agency.
They ask for a proposal and you send a contract.
They say yes(cue fireworks!)
This is the moment when most people slip. I know it all too well,because that’s where we slipped. Let me share how this all happened.
This is our first inbound fixation.
Gray,Brandon and I have been working for a few months, learning the inbound approach. We are moving our agency from a project-based store to a fixed asset-based business.
The customer is a traditional customer. We’ve done some video work for them in the past, knowing they’ll see value from inbound marketing. They are manufacturers of high wear-resistant steel. Their steel-lined dump trucks and buckets in the beds of coal and gold mines.
We were ecstatic when they said yes to our entry contract! It was a mile high experience.
It wasn’t until a few weeks later that I really realized how chaotic we were.
We don’t have a system. We don’t have internal processes. Who we talk to in an organization is not strategic.
We’re marketers, so what’s the first thing we start doing? Writing a blog
Should you have a CTA at the end of each post? What should we use? The company brochure should work until we can track the vice president who will help us create an ebook.
The blog started strong for a few weeks,and then things began to slow down as our momentum and content ideas faded. We quickly realized that inbound was an uphill battle without a detailed plan from the start.
From those early retainers, Gray and I learned valuable lessons.
Lesson:if you want to please your customers and develop a scalable agency, you need to start smart and start fast!
Why is it so important to take the right action early?
You need to set the expectations that you are responsible for from the start.
You need to put the right building blocks in place as early as possible in order to properly measure your performance to update the conversation.
A quick start to the door keeps people excited and buying into the process. Without division’s support, you’re dead.
With these reasons in mind, here are 5 actions that need to happen to help you get started quickly!
5 critical actions that need to occur within the first 300 hours of inbound retention
1) Establish inbound buy
When you start, you need to build an inbound buy-in. This is great if the CEO and marketing department are on board,but to make a real impact, you need support from someone outside the marketing department.
2) Understand the current situation of the company
As an inbound partner, you need to understand the current state of your organization. By understanding how their internal teams interact, you can better support the transition to inbound.
3) Select Focus
Most companies want to grow. In order to grow quickly, they think they need to target as many markets as possible. This “spray and pray” method does not apply to inbound marketing.
Inbound is the method of laser focusing. In the early stages of an inbound partnership, you need to identify your target audience. For most companies, this will come down to 3-4 different market/buyer types.
4) understanding the buyer’s role
A good inbound plan puts the customer at the center of everything. Once you help your clients choose a focus,it’s time to get to know the people there.
Ways to help understand each buyer’s role:
Surveys and market research
The more information you can gather from the source,the better you will be. Company leaders will be confident that they know their buyers. Don’t take their word for it!
Talk to real customers and learn about the awareness stage questions they ask.
5) overview of content to reach each character
The fuel for inbound GamePlan is the question posed by the buyer character of the customer. Use the buyer’s journey to organize and understand buyer role issues. Use customer and lead interviews to discover pain and triggers.
With a list of questions, pains, and triggers, you can outline what to do. Use your creative marketing mind and effective keyword research.
Overview content is provided,lead nurturing emails and blog posts for each character. Break each stage of the buyer’s journey.
Adding These 5 key actions to your agency’s induction process will help you get started quickly. Orchestrating each step of the process is critical.
If you want to expand your institution,the process needs to unfold like clockwork. Keep reading this page to learn how to incorporate this process into your organization.
What is the#2 thing that hinders institutions from growing back?
After the process of not establishing a good strategy, there is another pain that hinders the entry agency. We feel this one as well as we are growing. The work of traditional clients up-selling and reaching out to your Network only lasts so long.
Inbound clues are the blood of your inbound agency’s life. The #2 Problem Holding inbound agencies back from growth is:
There is no marketing plan for new leads.
We all know this is important. We spent our days selling inbound ideas. However, when it comes down to it, few agencies have a strong marketing plan.
Agencies without a steady stream of inbound leads are in a tricky mess…
Stick to traditional customers.
Stick to the old-school marketing strategy.
Insist on convincing people that they need to enter.
Stick to testing new ideas for customers.
Stick to no successful case studies.
When you get stuck, you don’t move forward. To continue to advance your agency, you need a plan to attract more inbound leads.
5 actions to tap the inbound trail stream
1) transfer your mindset.
Potential customers are important to your organization. It’s time to start behaving like it.
This requires a significant shift in your mindset. You have to think of yourself as your biggest retainer if you’re not Marketing well and you’re on your way out of the business.
This requires setting up an inbound GamePlan for your institution. You need to take the time and make this a priority.
2) Select a body focus.
Inbound is a precision sport,not spray and prayer. You’re not going to build a plan for your customers to position them as anyone’s company. Why are you doing this to your company?
The more specific you become as an agency,the more focused your marketing efforts can be. Choosing an agency’s focus leads to a clear Agency growth strategy.
Take a look at Kuno Creative, for example. They are a successful immigration agent in Cleveland. I had the opportunity to interview co-founder John McTigue,who shared how they found their focus.
Kuno’s goal is SaaS, a company specializing in manufacturing and healthcare industries. These are a wide range of categories that have a lot of potential customers.
This focus helps them create specialized marketing campaigns. Each of these activities targets the pain of a particular buyer character.
How to choose focus for your organization
Do you have an industry expertise?
Have you collected a group of customers that are within the same industry?
Once you’ve chosen a focus, you can build an inbound GamePlan to help you reach that niche goal.
3) understand your value offer.
This is marketing 101,but a lot of agencies ignore this. We spent a few years packing our ideas at GuavaBox what makes us different.
If you are going to sell yourself to a customer, you must first believe in who you are. You have to know what makes you different. This is your value proposition.
What are the attributes that set you apart from all the other immigration agents in the world?
How do you, your team, and your agency framework help your clients achieve their goals?
Take the time to articulate your institutional value proposition. With this understanding, you can better create an inbound GamePlan for your institution.
Weave this message into the consideration and decision stages of your potential customer nurturing email. You will learn more about the process later on this page.
4)build an inbound GamePlan for your agency.
Points 1-3 in this section cover a lot of background. These things will only have an impact if you put them into action.
You need to start with yourself. Practice the inbound approach with dedication and precision. Even if you do not yet have a customer base, start honing your skills in your own work.
Build a role-focused plan that attracts the people you need to do it.
There is a lot of going into building an inbound GamePlan. You do not need a person to go you can read on this page how to stand on the shoulders of those who are already in front of you.
5)number of days to start inbound batch processing
Once you’ve created an inbound GamePlan,it’s time to start creating content. This is a challenging task. As an entrepreneur, you have a lot on your plate.
One trick that can help is to implement inbound batch days. In these days, you unite to solve content creation, optimization and promotion.
Choose a recurring time slot every week and do it!
The good news is that with the right systems and frameworks, you can overcome these problems. This can open the door to institutional growth. The secret is an inbound GamePlan.
5 ways inbound GamePlan makes your agency more profitable
1) give your agency sales tools to get on the door with more prospects.
The inbound agent sales process is long. If you are not careful, you can waste a lot of time talking to the wrong type of lead.
Working with the wrong type of customer can end up costing your agency more than the value of your new business. Some customers are just people who need help and are not suitable. It can be difficult to say how the working relationship will work just from the sales process.
Do you have a prospect that you think is qualified?
Use the inbound GamePlan process to verify that they are clients that you want to work with for a long time.
2) add new sources of income
Every successful inbound engagement needs to start with a strategy. You can use the inbound GamePlan process to get paid for your strategy. This is your most important asset! It’s time to start taking the money.
To give you a point of reference, we sell GamePlans for$3,000–$5,000.
Adding a paid inbound GamePlan to your agent sales process can help you separate yourself from the package. This will also tell you which leads are serious about making changes and taking action.
3) Create buy-ins from around your customer’s organization
For inbound success for your customers, you need to have a buy-in. This means reaching out to key people outside the marketing department.
They are essential to truly understand customer issues, capture content, and provide internal motivation for inbound.
The GamePlan creation process is more important than the actual delivery. The process begins a conversation. This process shows people what is possible.
Use the GamePlan creation process to provide support for inbound mobility. This is your chance to teach the company what inbound can do for your customers. This is your chance to show why every team member should care about inbound.
4) clients get the opportunity to see exactly what inbound would look like for their company.
Inbound is a noble idea. It can be difficult for some prospects to wrap their minds around the whole thing.
Selling inbound GamePlan means you’re no longer selling theory. You can show them exactly how to attract,convert,nurture,and delight their prospects in a clear plan.
Here, the GamePlan creation process is fruitful. Key team members can begin to see the various parts of the strategy come together.
The finalized inbound GamePlan gives them a chance to see it all come together. They can see how important it is to focus on the industry and personas. They can see how tactics align with their high-level goals.
5)Give your agency a documented process
Earlier, we talked about 300 key actions that need to happen within the first 5 hours of inbound retention. Every project is mission-critical.
How do you make sure these things happen every time? Record and repeatable processes.
From DoInbound on the right, you can manage the entire inbound GamePlan creation process.
In terms of Operations, what do you need to include?
Four parts of the inbound game plan
1) in-depth self-assessment
The goal of this section is to unite the team and focus on the customer. You delve into questions like this:
What is the current situation of the company?
How many leads come through the site?
What percentage of leads are qualified?
What is the value of lead?
What is competition?
You can collect this information through the GamePlan onboarding process. Then use the inbound GamePlan to discover the meeting to better understand the metrics.
2) detailed buyer role
The goal of this section is to create laser-like focus on the customer.
Who are your most profitable customers?
What do they have in common?
What is it like to spend a day in their shoes?
What are their common problems?
Here you will build a detailed buyer character using a repeatable template. The focus is on Persona issues. These questions will serve as the backbone of the content strategy in steps 3 and 4.
3) Build engine
Here you want to illustrate the power of personalization and marketing automation. Tools like HubSpot are only as powerful as their content.
This is where you build automation and nurture strategies. You can do this by mining the buyer’s journey:
What questions are asked at the stage of consciousness?
What questions are asked during the consideration phase?
What questions are asked during the decision-making phase?
What questions are asked at the customer stage?
How will the automation system be set up?
An inbound game plan sets up a system and processes this information.
4)role-centric inbound campaigns
The final step focuses on attracting the right people. Make your customer’s website a destination for the target persona.
What resources will attract the character?
What inbound marketing campaigns should be planned for the next 12 months?
What types of content resonate with our target characters?
What are the titles of several awareness stages ebooks?
Based on our roles and activities, which social media platforms will bring the best ROI to our brand?
Want to build one for your clients and your agency?
You have two choices.…
The first option is to open up your own trail to the top of the mountain.
The second option is to follow the path that opens up for you.
I am happy to share more information about the second path with you. This is the path I want to exist when we start selling inbound game plans!
“Let’s GamePlan!””Training course overview
“Let’s gameplan the mission!””Is to empower you with a repeatable process. This course will teach you the skills and give you the confidence to deliver an inbound game plan.
Detailed video lessons
The course consists of 8 training modules and 45 video courses.
Module 1: Locate inbound GamePlan
Module 2: pricing inbound GamePlan
Module 3: turn off inbound GamePlan
Module 4: mining templates
Module 5: useful tools when building game plans
Module 6: gather information to build inbound GamePlan
Module 7: building inbound game plans
Module 8: rendering the final inbound GamePlan
Inside each module is all the information you need. We documented each stage of the process and shared it in this course.
We want to help you take action. You will complete the process of selling, creating and delivering inbound game plans in just two weeks.
The gameplan process is developed and adopted throughout the company it has put all on the same page. We are now able to schedule our entire content creation process in advance.
As an agency owner, I now have the perfect tool to make sure everyone is on track with customer projects and our in-house marketing.
Co-founder@HW creative marketing
Customizable template documentation
Included in the course is a collection of templates. Each template is a 100% customizable brand. Each template will help you at each specific stage of the inbound GamePlan process.
EBook template-6 key planning inbound marketing strategy
Add this to the value of your agent marketing teaching prospects inbound strategies. This 20-page eBook teaches the protagonist why it’s important to start with strategy. Customize this PowerPoint template with your company branding and you will be up and running.
This PowerPoint template is an excellent resource for your agent sales staff. They can use this guide to walk prospects through the inbound GamePlan process. It helps to illustrate the power of putting the customer at the center of everything.
Contract template for formation
Do not start the inbound GamePlan process without signing a contract. This template records the expectations of all parties,so there are no misunderstandings. It also records how payments will move forward.
Role worksheet template
Inbound GamePlan puts the target customer at the center of everything. Use this template to get a better idea of who you want to contact.
It is very important to get input from both within the company and from actual customers. These questions guide the internal role interview process. They will also guide clients and prospects in interviews, too.
This is the main file. This is the framework you use at the beginning of each new inbound GamePlan. It includes an outline of each section, the questions you need to ask, and static content (educational content you will include in each finalized GamePlan). This content is to help your potential customers understand each step in the process.
You can use this template as a starting point every time you sell a new inbound GamePlan. The process is fully documented in a deliverable template within DoInbound. You and your team work from top to bottom through templates. The end result is an inbound GamePlan laser that focuses on your customers ‘ customers.
The GamePlan has made it so much easier to talk to customers. All we want to sell is a fully customized marketing strategy for the next six months. Who wouldn ‘ t want it all to be easy to peasy?
It makes our early conversations more focused on one thing than on a hundred things. We do not immediately offer marketing automation,content marketing,social media marketing and blogging. We will provide a GamePlan,which is the path to success in all these things.
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Client-side email scripts
Clear communication is the key to the process. In order to get the most out of each inbound GamePlan, you need to make sure that expectations are met. This helps keep everyone on the same page,standardizes your process,and saves you time.
The included client email script helps you maintain the right expectations with your customers ‘ contacts. It also helps decision makers know what will happen throughout the process.
Use these scripts to guide your client through the process and gather everything you need.
Doinbound delivery template
The process is insanely repetitive. With these templates, you have the foundation. With each new inbound GamePlan, you’ll lead the client through the same repeatable process.
In this course, you will receive deliverables and event templates in the DoInbound portal. When you sell a new inbound GamePlan, all you need to do is activate the inbound GamePlan campaign.
These templates guide your team through the entire creation process.
Lifetime access for every member of your team
After completing this course, you and your team will be successful. You’ll have the training and resources you need to start delivering inbound game plans.
You will also have access to any course updates made in the future. In addition, your entire team has access to the online training center.
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