Is it possible to get at least £3000 a month as profit from a business which was just created in less than 30 days? Jay Dhillon and Luca Gallone say it’s doable in just 11 easy steps!
Luca comes back to the Business Mentor Podcast with Jay to share how they started their business DentalReputation (http://dentalreputation.co.uk) within 30 days. DentalReputation focuses on helping the dentists in the management of their online reviews.
And for you guys, believe that there should be no excuse for you to say no in creating your own business. Jay and Luca’s business is the living evidence. It does not matter if the industry is not your comfort zone. The business you create does not have to be perfect. Just remember that things can be done and learnt along the way.
Jay and Luca’s 11 steps in creating a successful business could be helpful so start tuning in!
Here are the 11 steps to set up a business and monetize on it very easily:
Step 1: Find a problem. Think about how the customers or clients could be benefitted. Brainstorm about possible problems. Look for the problem right away. It gives you the right footing.
The problem is getting bad reviews, or not getting reviews at all. These reviews could greatly affect you or your business’ reputation. Some are having a hard time to find a solution so Jay and Luca chose to focus on it.
Step 2: Pick a niche. Avoid being general and broad. it’s easier to find a solution to a problem if you have a focused niche. It will also benefit you in selling your service.
Jay and Luca chose to focus on dentists’ problem with reviews. These reviews could be about the customer service, the ventilation, and other external factors unrelated to the dentist’s performance.
Step 3: Test the measures. Test the market. Test the audience. Get the feedback from your future customers. Think of ways that will make them respond and give feedback.
For example, Jay and Luca sent golden envelopes to 70 random clients instead of opting for using online surveys. Jay and Luca managed to get a significant number of feedbacks.
Step 4: Find your products. Create a new product once you already get your profit. There’s a high chance that there is something similar already existing in the web. It’s much better to try a white-label software first. You can license your own and sell it in your own brand. It doesn’t have to be spectacular as long as it solves the problem.
Jay and Luca were able to find a white-label software that could help encourage more reviews on the dentist’s page and limit the negative reviews that are coming.
Step 5: Locate your audience. Get it out to a bigger audience. Think of ways that are not yet practiced by the competition out there. Where do these audiences congregate?
For the dentists, it wasn’t a Facebook group or any other online forum, it was a trade show.
Step 6: Have commitment and branding. Think about your competition. Think how to stand out.
Jay and Luca decided they needed a website. They made the website in just two days but managed to make it look like an established business for a very long time. They outsourced the design, used ClickFunnels, and made simple landing pages for the site. Everything was systemized from invoices to business cards to phone calls to emails!
Step 7: Find an influencer. Look for the biggest one in your niche and target them. Contact them through email or phone calls.
Jay and Luca found a singing dentist to perform on their trade show. This is to stand out even though alongside the big companies. It was a hit!
Step 8: Find staff. How do you show your future clients that you could compete with the big businesses out there? Have a team.
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