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Firstly, here are some conditions I require before working with anyone.

You Have Goals

Boring, I know, but if you don’t know where you’re going, how are you going to know when you’ve got there? If you don’t have clear goals, or you’re not prepared to work with me to define them, don’t waste your time or mine.

You Have Passion

Building an audience online (digital marketing) is hard work and it takes time. Passion is the fuel you need to keep going when all the chips are down and you feel like you’re smashing your head against a brick wall.

If you’re not passionate about what you do, please step aside and watch the rest of us change the world.

You Have A Budget

If you really want to succeed with your digital marketing, you’re going to need to invest some money into the way you are running your business. The return is far greater if you’re willing to pay the price. Sorry, that’s just the way it is.

You must be willing to treat working with me, my expertise, knowhow, and the passion I have for helping people like you achieve real success, as a serious investment in you, your business and it’s future profitability.

You Have An Audience

Building an audience through blogging, podcasting, interviews, white papers, reports, presentations, speaking and education is the only way to generate new customers online.

If you don’t already have an audience you must be prepared (with my help) to build one.

You Have A Team

I don’t want you having a mental or physical breakdown (believe me, it’s not nice!) because your trying to do it all yourself and don’t have a strong team around you.

If you’ve haven’t got a team to help you with this, or you’re not prepared to build one, you’ll have a big job convincing me to take your project on.

It could be as simple as a virtual assistant to help out a few hours a week or a fully-fledged content production team, either way you’re going to need help.

You Have The Time

If we work together I will demand your 100% undivided attention and I WILL fire you the minute I think you’re getting distracted.

If that doesn’t frighten you, then we might just be right for each other.