How do you attract and retain new clients?

Just follow the formula!

  1. Attract clients.
  2. Build a relationship with them.
  3. Reinforce your reputation as the authority in your field.

Three simple steps can take your business from anonymity to fame. In three simple steps you become the one person your target market needs and trusts.

All you need is the the Capture Formula to do it all for you.


Step 1. Client Catcher

To attract prospective clients, you need to offer them something tempting. Think about what’s troubling them and how you can give them some information to help. You might package this as a free eBook, eCourse or as a downloadable report. It must be tempting enough to encourage them to give you their contact details so you can add them to your database.

We help you create your lead generation tool.


Step 2. Relationship Builder

Now that your potential clients have subscribed to your newsletter you need to give them something worth reading – something that will allow them to get to know you and your business. This is all about building trust so that they will be comfortable enough to order a service from you.

This 12-month plan includes 1 newsletter per month:

  • 1 content article per newsletter
  • Uploaded to your email system
  • Images included
  • Your monthly specials/promotions/featured product added
  • Scheduled for delivery

Price: $1597

Step 3. Reputation Reinforcer

Cement your position as an expert. Be sure you are the go-to person in your industry by showing off your knowledge and experience on a regular basis. You need to remind people of how good you are. Google will love you, too.

This 12-month plan includes:

  • 6 x 500 word articles per year
  • 4 blog posts per month (to 300 words)
  • 1 newsletter per month
  • All of these are prepared and uploaded to your site for you.

Price: $2997

Choose the step you need or start at the very beginning.

Save yourself time and a whole lot of money and lost business by making the Capture Formula work for you.

(Note: Price may vary if your work is complex.)