What you need is an online audit and review

Where are you now online? Where would you like to be? What’s in your way?

What are your opportunities?

As a business owner, you get the benefits of finding your best customer online, convincing them to act and then converting them into your advocating clan.

But to do it coherently without wasting time and resources on the web, you’ll be greatly assisted by an Online Audit & Review.

During our time together, you’ll get to understand the extraordinary potential the web offers to market your business or organisation through an advocating community. You’ll also: 1. Get clear on where you are online today and where you want to be in the future 2. Get to think about the challenges you might face getting there and ideas on how to overcome them 3. Discuss the issues business owners commonly share in their online marketing, and

4 An introduction to the seven step process essential to building your clan.

That would be great for my business
To start your Online Audit & Review, have a think about which of these might describe where you’re at online today.

I’m already marketing online, but I’m not happy with the results • I’ve built a database, but don’t know how to leverage from it • I’m blogging but am not sure if it’s meaningful or what to write next • I’m a bit scattered online and feel like I’m wasting time, or

• Happy with what I’m doing so far, but would love to know more about how to build a clan.

Make the most of your Online Audit & Review
A little homework will help you get the most 
out of your session.

What are the three top problems you face online? For example: My website is frustrating and I can’t easily change it, or There’s so much to do I don’t know where to start.

What would your ideal online world look like?
 For example: I no longer waste time online for too little result or I have a community of people who support what I do and tell others.

What are the challenges or opportunities for you reaching those goals online. For example: I just don’t have the time to build a community, or I know that my knowledge would make a difference if I could just get it in front of the right people.