I picked blueberries with a very close friend a coupla weeks ago – right across the street from a house I used to own that I sold in 5 days on craigslist. Got the price I wanted which was great, but I really didn’t want to sell it – I HAD to sell it for personal reasons and it still leaves me with mixed feelings when I see it sitting like a Vermont postcard across from the berry farm.
My friend and I started talking about business and how tight things are now and with Hurricane Irene devastating Vermont, we both wondered what would happen to our state, our economy and namely, our businesses. I’ll bet you’ve been wondering the same thing – whether you’re in Vermont or California – what the heck’s going on, right?
I came home and started wondering how I could not only help my own business, but how could I help my friend? How can I help my clients? How can I help my family? And then the subject of you came up and I wondered: how can I help you? You’re reading this because you’re either a friend of mine and have seen my wild ride over the past 10 years (yes, I will be writing a book someday…) or you’re a client and have experienced my work first-hand. At any rate, you know I’m of sound character, I love business and I’m very good at what I do – building affordable websites and doing internet marketing.
So this evening, I sat down and made some blueberry pancakes and started thinking about sales goals and how I wanted to achieve them. How could I get a sales force that BELIEVES in what I do, would have NO PROBLEM telling others about what I do and would happily RECOMMEND me to friends, colleagues and others to HELP THEM build online businesses sensibly and affordably? After smothering my pancakes in my other friend’s authentic maple syrup – it hit me. This is how I can help Got Clicks and how I can HELP YOU…
I pay 20% commissions already to anyone who refers a paying client to me. I’ve done this for about 4 years now, but I never publicized it or made a big deal out of it. So I started thinking… geez, if someone refers a client to me who buys the Got Clicks Platinum package, that would mean $400 in their pocket! That’s pretty good money for just passing along information to a friend. So that’s exactly what I’m doing right now – I’m passing along some information to you as my friend, my colleague, my family member, my former co-worker, my client. Refer a paying client my way and I will pay you 20% commission 30 days after their payment. Use the money for whatever you wish – donate it to the many victims of the flooding, use it to improve your own business. And if you are a business directly affected by the flooding, please tell me personally and I will see to it that I give you a 20% discount off your website purchase.
Why 30 days?
Because I have a 30-day money back guarantee on all my products and services. I want to make certain clients are happy with the service and the website produced by Got Clicks. Once the client is happy, 30 days has passed, you get your 20% cut – up to $400 per client you send my way. Pretty cool, eh?
Just send your friends to this page http://gotclicks.biz/questionaire.html and have them fill it out. There’s a place they can put in your name and your email address (that’s important so I can let you know when your check’s ready…) so I know where it came from and it asks questions I’ll need to know so I can gauge what they need for a website. If they purchase the site, I’ll have the dated invoice and the date they sent the check. 30 days from the time I cash the check, I’ll be sending your payment to you – it could be $400! And that’s just for one person; imagine if you found more people? Now how cool is that? If this all makes sense to you, go ahead and paste the link on your Facebook, in your newsletter, on your forehead – I don’t really care as long as the word gets out.
I’ve “Got Clicks” – do you? I sure hope so!
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