You’ve signed the contract and you’re so excited. (But then, buyer’s remorse sets in.) The same exact thing may happen to your clients no matter how awesome you are. In this episode we’re talking about start things off right with an onboarding experience that stands out.
Show notes: http://scoopindustries.com/episode13/
Expectations. Boundaries. Both are a constant work in progress as a service-based business owner. In this episode, we’re going to break down what we’ve learned about the good and bad of setting expectations and boundaries.
Show notes: www.scoopindustries.com/episode12.
How many times have you not followed-up because you didn’t want to be pushy? You’ve probably missed out on the opportunity to close the deal with a would-be client thanks to our friend fear. In this episode, we’re diving into how to close the deal without being pushy.
Show notes: www.scoopindustries.com/episode11.
In this episode we’re talking about all the ins and outs of proposals. They’re critical to many service-based businesses, but how do you prep and present a proposal in a way that gets your would-be client to say yes? Get out your notebook as this episode is super practical and will help you write proposals that your would-be clients love.
Show notes: www.scoopindustries.com/episode10.
Just invite people to a free consult and get booked out. If only it was that easy…On this episode of the Inside Scoop show we’re talking about how to do consults in a way that convert.
Show notes: www.scoopindustries.com/episode9.
Want new clients? Want to grow like gangbusters? (What does gangbuster even mean?) This episode of the Inside Scoop show we’re talking about two of the MOST powerful tools in your arsenal when it comes to building your business - your reputation and referrals.
Show notes: http://scoopindustries.com/episode8/
When you work with clients, it can be hard to figure out the balance between enough clients and having too many. Today’s we’re dishing up the truth about how many clients you really and truly need...and when enough is enough.
Pricing advice is the worst! It’s often so general that you’re not entirely sure what to do with it or so ridiculous that you’ve got a million and one objections to it. In this episode, we’re talking about pricing in a tangible, practical way you can actually use for your services-based business.
Show notes: http://scoopindustries.com/episode6/
If there’s one thing that stands between good and great in a services-based business, it’s packages. We break down what you need to know about creating a package and why it can be the thing that makes the biggest difference for your sanity and profitability in the long run.
Show notes: http://scoopindustries.com/episode5/
Should you really have your business on the good old world wide web? Do you need to be online? And if you go online how does that change your business? That’s what we’re diving into this episode, with some scoop on how it’s been critical to our individual success.
Show notes: http://scoopindustries.com/episode4/
We’ve all heard it a million times before, “just be yourself!”. But what does that even mean anyways?
This episode looks at the vital importance of personality to you succeeding as a services-based business and we get super specific about how to actually make that a reality. (Even if you feel like you don’t have any personality or you should keep it locked away because you’re just too quirky/freaky/weird/awesome.)
Show notes: http://scoopindustries.com/episode3/
If you run a services-based business, you’re going to love the three myths we’re breaking down in this episode. The truth is offering a service is the fastest path to cash and the majority of people with online-based businesses are actually offering, you guessed it services!
Show notes: http://scoopindustries.com/episode2/
Here we go! It’s our VERY first episode of the Inside Scoop show and we’re kicking things off with giving you the lowdown on what to expect moving ahead. In season one we’ll be focusing on everything you need-to-know about running services-based business.