How to create consistent cash-flow in any business
Breaking the feast and famine cycle in your business is what will help you reach stability and longevity. As a business owner, the cycle of getting a wave of clients and then none for another period is what makes it stressful and unprofitable.
Most traditional forms of marketing feed this. You invest, clients come in, you cover costs, make some sales, a bit of profit and then it all stops until you put away enough money to feed another flurry of adverts.
But online marketing, done well, can help you break this feast to famine cycle once and for all. It’s not magic or a gimmick. It’s a tool that when used efficiently and carefully yields consistent results.
In order to create consistent cash flow you need to create consistent marketing effort. The secret however is to start where you are now and spend just what you can afford on getting to the next step that yields the fastest cash flow results.
At FairTech we have created the Consistent Cash-Flow Confidence Blueprint. It is based on the main pillars of online marketing and helps you navigate your way to the next monetizable stepping stone.
It has been proven with hundreds of clients over 20 years and consists of 12 pillars which we have successfully used to navigate hundreds of successful online marketing projects across multiple industries.
Each step is broken down in a way that helps you navigate which is the next best step to inject consistent cash flow in your business. understand where you are and what is the next best step for your business. (It’s not one size fits all - marketing never is)
By looking at each of the 12 pillars, you can start working on what truly matters for your business. Creating consistent cash flow in your business using this method is easier because it is low risk. It doesn’t at any point require you to spend more than you can afford.
You invest forward at your own pace, in those strategies that will give you the fastest way to cash. It‘s like slowly setting the wheels of your cash flow machine into motion. At first they will move slowly but once the cashflow starts flowing in, and you reinvest some of it, the wheel starts moving faster and faster until it settles into a consistent motion.
You slowly push a step forward in every pillar until you reach a place where it only requires upkeep.