The 7 Profitable “Word-of-Mouth” Marketing Secrets of Little-Known Small Businesses

You won’t see them advertising in expensive magazines or on billboards. Most of these modern-day “small business Rockefeller’s” usually don’t do online advertising outside of their website…if they have one.

Yet they make seven-figures a year doing what they do best.

*The hidden wood-carving company that uses only two word-of-mouth marketing secrets to keep them busy year-round.

*A septic tank business that rarely changes it’s print ad to bring in more revenue and clients every month.

*An outdoor kitchen builder you never heard of that consistently sales high-end products to wealthy clients.

Each of these small businesses and others like them have one thing in common; they use seven, profitable “word-of-mouth” marketing secrets that have worked for years!

In this “Gold Vault Series” of posts, I will share these secrets with you. You will learn…

*The first thing you must do to create a full pipeline of customers ready to buy from you even when you don’t want them to.

*The #1 rule of “Word-of-Mouth” marketing broken by most big businesses, but never by these 7-figure small businesses.

*The “quality control secret” lucrative small businesses use to insure their clients get what they want every time.

*A “time-management belief” seven-figure small business owners live by bringing them more money, year-round.

*The personal “Economy Belief” that keeps these small businesses profitable even when the economy goes south.

*The small business owners, “Jedi Mind Trick” they use to think and stay positive no matter where they’re at in a Business Cycle.

And several other marketing lessons you can use to build your business, email lists and profits.

If you’re a health-based business, self-help author or publisher, don’t miss the posts in this new Gold Vault Series!

Clyde McDade is the author of the upcoming eBook, The 7 Profitable “Word-of-Mouth” Marketing Secrets of Little-Known Small Businesses.

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