In this episode of Growth to Freedom you will discover how to identify your most profitable clients, how to attract them, and how to keep them coming back again and again with repeat business. John Dwyer is my guest and he’s an expert at delivering “WOW!” experiences to his customers and clients and unpacks the 5 aspects of his “Wheel of WOW” client attraction formula.
John Dwyer (“JD”) is often referred to as a marketing “enigma.” That’s because his approach to marketing is an outside-the-box approach far beyond that of most business owners or entrepreneurs. If you’re tired of the same old “Marketing 101” formulas that don’t work, John will give you a framework to stand out in a crowd.
John helps small business owners develop proven WOW factor ideas that pinpoint your “unique selling proposition” and can deliver the most powerful methods of client attraction and retention.
You’ll walk away from this episode with a powerful set of practical strategies that will help you design your own wow factor strategies that bring you repeat business from your most profitable clients for years to come.
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