No one wakes up in the morning and decides, on a whim, that they’re going to look for an accountant. In this Vlog, Grant explains that all purchases are precipitated by an event and why it’s so important to appeal to the reasons customers may have whenever they look for products or services.
What’s the difference? To charge 5 x £50 one day tickets to an amusement park or 1 x £250 for a 5 day ticket? In this Vlog, Grant explains that it all depends on the results you want…
How did the London Underground improve customer satisfaction, without improving its efficiency? In this Vlog Grant explains how ‘certainty’ can change a customer’s perception.
Are you losing your prospect’s attention with too much ‘information overload’? In this Vlog, Grant explains a simple test to set you on the right road.
Do you fully understand what ‘Content Marketing’ actually means to your business? In this Vlog, Grant explains that content is THE currency of media today and why it is so important
When you meet a prospect for the first time, do you make sure that you have agreement on the major questions of our time like; capital punishment, wealth distribution, and abortion? Of course not, explains Grant, but you do need to have a meeting of business values
Have you mislaid some cash or something really important recently? Did you think you had lost it? Do you remember how hard you tried to retrieve it? That feeling is called ‘Loss Aversion’
When was the last time you made a major purchase without any concerns? In this Vlog, Grant Leboff explains that as buyers, we all have fears when we make a major purchase, and the more you can mitigate those fears, the easier it will be to make a sale
Why is it that before you get married, traditionally you get ‘engaged’? In this Vlog, Grant explains, what ‘engagement’ means in marketing terms, and how you need to employ it for your business
Are there so many competitors in your marketplace that you find it difficult to cut through the noise? In this Vlog, grant explains that you have got to ‘pick the right pond’.