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Introducing the Membership Growth Toolkit – Grow your membership and revenue

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Every association, community organisation, sporting/leisure club and educational institution worldwide – needs to grow their membership and their member revenue. Membership Growth in conjunction with Syneka Marketing, has just launched the most powerful member building program ever produced.

THE MEMBERSHIP GROWTH TOOLKIT –the only membership program you will ever need!

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The ideas, guidelines, templates and exercises in The Membership Growth Toolkit (complete with worksheets, case studies and practical examples) will give you the most dynamic, step-by-step plan to dramatically increase your membership this year and for the future. It is a program that you can tailor to your unique membership building requirements – it is simple to use and will allow you to achieve your membership goals effectively, efficiently and with ease.

The Membership Growth Toolkit is divided into nine chapters – each one detailing ways to increase your membership. After a solid overview, with tips and hints to get the most from your program (chapter 1) we move into marketing strategies for recruitment and retention (chapter 2) followed by a complete guide to member recruitment in chapter 3. Once you have solid recruitment plans in place, we move to chapter 4 – member retention – and cover first year member management, how to communicate and engage with your members and how to give and receive quality member feedback.

Chapter 5 covers the vital areas of developing your renewals campaign as well as key ways to win back lost or late paying members. We then move to chapter 6 on building your member revenue – through diverse ways to sell membership upgrades, products, services (such as professional development) and using your member data base to gain more revenue, more often from your members. Chapter 7 will take you through a number of key methods to ensure that you will stabilise your membership and continue to recruit new members, even when times get tough. Never mind what the market is doing, it is what you are doing that counts, in order to ensure future sustainability.

The membership growth tookit is a comprehensive membership resource

The Membership Growth Tookit is a comprehensive membership resource

First impressions matter, and in Chapter 8 you will discover ways to develop and implement creative concepts and materials to ensure members and prospects alike are fully aware of your organisation and your brand. The final chapter 9 will assist you in getting the absolute best with your on-line strategies including your website, social media and other internet tools to build member relationships and loyalty.
The Membership Growth Toolkit is easy to order, is packed with value adding extras and is the only resource you will ever need to build your membership and your membership revenue.

View the Membership Growth Toolkit at www.membershipgrowthtoolkit.com.au

Delivering Sales in Business

Five Questions Every Prospect Will Ask (Themselves)

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Whenever confronted with somebody who wants to sell them something, prospects ask five questions, in this order.

If the answer to all of them is not a resounding “yes,” a sale is not going to take place.

1. Do I want to do business with this person? Do I trust them?

Within two minutes after you meet a prospective customer, that person has probably decided whether they are willing to buy from you. That’s why first impressions, your appearance and building rapport are so important. Also, have you done your homework and researched this person’s company?

2. Do I want to do business with the firm this person represents?

There are two possible scenarios.

If the person is not yet familiar with your firm, it’s up to you to position it in a positive manner. If the customer is familiar with your firm, then you’ve either got a good reputation, a bad reputation (you’ve got to start with damage control) or a mediocre reputation–in which case, you’re back to positioning your firm to give the prospect a positive impression.

3. Do I want and need what this person is selling?

Through the conversation with the customer, you will discover needs (and requirements) that match your offering. The biggest mistake at this stage is breaking into the ‘sales pitch’. Remember: “Customers like to buy, but they hate being sold.”

4. Does the price and value meet my expectations?

The person has recognized the need, but is assessing whether or not what you’re selling is affordable–and, if affordable, worth the money. This entails weighing that need against the other demands that are vying for their attention and money. The customer may want (or have) competitive information that is competitive. Now is the time to stress value and benefits and diminish price and competition.

5. Is this the right time to buy?

A prospect can be completely ready to buy and yet still feel that it’s not the right time. They may believe that holding out will result in a discount, or they simply are not in a hurry to decide. What can you do, when gaining positive responses from one to four above, to move to the commitment stage?