From one $800 client to multiple $10,000+ clients – Meet Jeff
I was in total despair and totally overhelmed before we crossed paths and not really knowing how I was going to get from point A to point B. Now I'm definitely on the right trajectory and going the direction I want to be going.
When I landed my first five-figure client I didn't believe it at first. I was jumping up and down and so excited to go and tell my wife about it.
Adam used to work for an agency, now he is the agency!
Adam was working for an agency and had never “sold a website” before. Then he decided that rather than working for an agency he wanted to own the agency.
So he launched his own agency. And, in just a few months he:
- landed multiple $15,000 clients
- built up over $30,000 of recurring revenue
- hired several employees
- and has started building his own WordPress products!
Join us for this conversation where we talk about how he made this huge transformation in such a short period of time!
Amy went from $500 to $5,000+ WordPress clients… even in Idaho!
I was super-pressed for time charging $500 per site. Maybe I'd do somebody a favor and do it for $250. I had to squeeze in so many sites per month just to make ends meet. I wasn't really giving anybody my best. I had no residual income at all. Even though I knew how to do a great job, I really couldn't afford to spend that much time on a site.
Now, I'm more confident. The quality of my work has gone way up and my marketing skills have really improved. I know what to ask and what to talk about. It just feels better. I don't feel bad asking for higher prices because they're definitely getting their money's worth.
Bryan goes from $0 to $24,600 in just 3 weeks!
The “feast and famine” cycle was burning him out. He was trying to sell WordPress maintenance packages but being told, “No.” every time. He tried to find higher paying, better clients, but he just wasn't finding them. He was trying to convince people to work with him because he was “technically better” than those other low-budget alternatives, but lead after lead kept slipping through his hands.
Bryan decided to do something about it and joined DoubleStack. He's only been in the DoubleStack program for 3 weeks and has already landed over $24,000 in new business!
Jim's first client was worth over $40,000!
Meet Jim Kozubal, DoubleStacker and CEO at Candor Multimedia. In this conversation, Jim and I talk about the transformations he has made to his mindset, his skillset, and in his business that have resulted in him to winning a $40,000+ per year contract with his first client.
What was they key to Jim's success and what is his advice for anyone wanting to get out of the price race to the bottom and start earning the true value of what they are really worth? Let's find out!
Charlie landed over $25,000 of new business in 6 weeks!
It felt like a phenomenal amount of money but the client was like, “Can I just sign something? Let's do it!”
I was begging for business and I'm not doing that anymore.
The ongoing revenue is a big deal. We're going to do the right thing for people and we're going to do good work.
High-paying clients who I'm really helping… that's what's happening.
Rise Above The Crowd
How do you go from building $500 WordPress sites to $5,000+ projects while fortifying and stabilizing your business with recurring monthly revenue – and not just for WordPress maintenance? When your clients stop seeing you as a service provider and start seeing you as their path to financial growth you dramatically increase your value.
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- Get clarity on your ideal target audience
- Figure out what you should be charging
- Develop systems for generating recurring revenue
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Most people I talk to would like to add at least $5,000 to $10,000 per month to their income. That's $60k to $120k per year. Can YOU earn that much?
Think about two things. First, how much money do you want your business to generate for you each month? Now, how many clients do you need to win at your current pricing to hit that goal? Is it realistic to think you can achieve your revenue goals with your current structure? Let's figure it out.
What is the #1 thing you feel like you need right now? Is it more leads? A steady flow of clients willing to pay higher prices?
If you feel like the most important thing to figure out is how to develop a strong, consistent flow of leads that should be a red flag that you are running your business on an outdated business model.
Generating leads and winning new clients is the most expensive and most time-consuming thing you can do – and you're doing all that work for free. All of those hours are non-billable hours. It also means you are establishing your business on an outdated business model.
Think about this…
You know that feeling when you get a lead or a referral and it's exciting. So you go and meet with the client and the meeting goes great. They love your work. You're excited to take on the project. Then it gets to the point where you talk about price and you and the client are worlds apart. You're thinking your price needs to be at least several thousand dollars in order to do all the work required to pull everything together. The client is thinking he's got a budget of just a couple hundred bucks. Why does this happen?
I frequently get asked about which online courses I like or would recommend. There are so many different online courses covering such a wide variety of topics and new ones get created all the time. So, rather than saying which courses I think are the best, here are a few critically important points to consider to help you pick the best online course for you and your needs.