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The 60-Minute Annual Marketing Game Plan

Bryan Trilli

Bryan Trilli

If you look at the average small business, the portion of their budget that is scrutinized the LEAST is marketing. Why? Because few people have a concrete plan in place to scrutinize it.

According to a 2011 survey of 35 Culligan dealers:

Is it just me or does that last statement not quite add up? How can you be happy with your overall marketing strategy if you don't have one?

The 60-Minute Annual Marketing Game Plan is designed to help small businesses hold their marketing dollars accountable. All it requires is an investment of 1-hour per year to lay out a game plan that you can reference 12 months later to know if you're marketing dollars delivered what you wanted.

And you don't need to be a marketing expert... You just need a straight-forward, simple, and structured approach to your marketing along with some easy-to-track, universal metrics for performance.

In 1 hour per year to plan and 1 hour to review, you can actually see if your marketing is working. Then each year you can tweak and adjust to keep getting better.

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Speaker Bio

Bryan is a third-generation Culligan Man. At the age of 13 he received his first paycheck from the dealership his grandfather started in 1947. From 2002 to 2008 he worked as a software and technology consultant for KDS Moses where he visited over 100 water treatment dealers throughout North America. Deciding he could have more fun implementing versus just showing others, in 2008 he purchased dealerships in Farmington, NM and Salida, CO. Bryan now helps other business owners to engineer businesses that run without them through results-driven online lead generation, improved culture, standardized systems, and his nearly-famous Weekly Action SnapShot that provides everything a dealer needs to know about their business each week on 1 page. Bryan holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Kettering University which he primarily uses to make cars, boats, and motorcycles go faster than what most would consider prudent.