SEO Decatur Illinois :: Small Business Web Design :: Internet Marketing :: SimplySell®
SEO Decatur Illinois firm http://www.simplysell.com/decatur-il-seo-company Internet marketing, advertising and web design expert Brian Tucker (217) 807-4600 helps Decatur Illinois area businesses attract more customers and sell more products and services.
He offers new sure-shot affordable marketing programs that bring in big results that pay area business owners back, fast.
SimplySell is the brainchild of marketing and sales improvement expert and industry veteran Brian Tucker has proven solutions to help area business quickly solve their two biggest business problems: finding more clients and selling more products and services.
“We’re very specialized in helping established businesses that approach their marketing in one of three types of ways: Often times they know what marketing is but don’t have the time or resources to do it. Then there are clients who’ve come to us after they’ve spent too much time and money trying market on their own and failed to see results. Finally, a lot of our clients don’t even know where to start. Most people think advertising is marketing, but it’s not.” says Tucker.
SimplySell takes a very specialized and painless approach to help clients understand what marketing really is and how they can make it go to work for them on autopilot to increase profits. Tucker works very intimately with clients explaining how in the past, all a business needed was a little phone book or radio advertising from a no-name salesman to bring buyers in the door. Nowadays, with Internet search engines — like Google or Yahoo — and social media technology taking over, most businesses are looking online to supplement and even replace traditional advertising methods like newspapers and television.
“Most new clients come to us because they are frustrated and financially exhausted. They’ve spent a lot of money on overpriced local advertising which isn’t working or they’re looking to get more bang for their buck.” Tucker explains” Other clients come to us because they’ve been let down by local advertising and marketing firms that focus on winning creative awards rather than bringing more business in the door. Then there’s the company with an awful looking website with no visitors. They’re basically paying for the equivalent of a billboard in the middle of a desert. Finally you have everyone out there claiming to be a search engine optimization expert (SEO) without systems that have stood the test time and clients thinking they need to be “at the top of Google.” We partner with our clients and educate them on what works for their business. Our solutions aren’t built solely on busy websites, flashy advertising or techno buzzwords. We take a very simple approach that focuses only on proven strategies that bring measureable and long-term results.”
Tucker’s SimplySell approach is founded on the time-proven basics of marketing, First by figuring out what clients or the “sellers” “want to say” about their products and services to a prospective client. From there, they identify the grass-roots features and benefits that make people want to buy and next identify who those potential targeted buyers are. Once that’s established, they then figure out where those prospective buyers are at and get the seller’s marketing messages in front of the buyers so clients start seeing money back in their pockets right away. “Time is money and money is always a concern so we focus on immediate results that start paying our clients back within the first few weeks.” Tucker emphasized. Our clients want to see something that works almost overnight while at the same time future-proofing their business.”
Although Tucker has spent the majority of his career helping large companies like Dell, British Petroleum, United Airlines and Brocade Communications, just to name a few — from million dollar businesses to government agencies and global, multi-billion dollar corporations — make big improvements to the way they sell, he also understands that every business, regardless of its size, fundamentally relies on sales to grow. And while no two businesses are alike, when it comes to selling and growing, most all of the fundamental problems preventing sales and growth are the same. “We understand one thing very well. If our clients fail to sell, then we’ve failed too.” says Tucker. “That’s our #1 priority, helping clients win more sales so they can ultimately make more money.”