Remember Lewis Carroll’s famous line from Alice in Wonderland?
“… Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. ‘Which road do I take?’ she asked. ‘Where do you want to go?’ was his response. ‘I don’t know,’ Alice answered. ‘Then,’ said the cat, ‘it doesn’t matter.”
That was me.
And that might be you.
Especially after learning just a sliver of what all is out there. You’ll drown. Anyone will drown without some system like the Hudge Factor to ground them in reality and keep them on track.
You know you need to get moving. You know you want to be somewhere else.
You know you want your agency to be somewhere else. You just don’t know which direction to head.
And deep down, you’re scared because because you’re smart enough to understand that the first step sets your trajectory.
That’s a big freaking deal when you get 20, 50 or 1000 steps down one road to look back and realize you’ve lost a lot of time and money.
Yet the illustrious silver-bullet Sirens are luring thousands to crash upon the “Me Too Marketing” rocky shores. Those fallen victim are the ones who look back on their last five years and say, “Why does it feel like we’ve just been spinning our wheels? Why can’t we escape looking and sounding like everyone else?”
Today’s the day to stop that madness… to reject the status quo plateau as your future.
The Hudge Factor makes the process of doubling or tripling your leads simple—yet, you can rest assured that none of your competitors are even thinking about the things I’ve assembled. Begin to relax and exhale and chew on this: “The mechanism doesn’t dictate the strategy.”
In other words, “Facebook won’t save your business” or “There is no parallel between the cost of your new website and its effectiveness to give you leads!” or “That flash-in-a-pan fad strategy will wear off.”
If you are looking to get out of the rat race with throwing money at the latest social media ad platform, or bill boards, or radio, print, whatever it is!
If you’re all about learning from someone else’s mistakes… if you’re all about hitting the fast forward button and skipping a lot of headache that comes with trial and error marketing efforts…
If you’re the type who likes the idea of upgrading the system instead of putting band-aids on the leaky pipes every six week, then don’t leave without taking a look at a free gift (just one, yet very powerful component, of the entire Hudge Factor framework).
To your success,