Are You Saving All The Time You Could Be?

A sole proprietor can save an amazing amount of time on admin tasks that are nothing on their own but when added up can represent almost 7 hours’ worth of work per order. One full day.

A pretty standard admin process takes almost 7 hours. One working day.

And none of these tasks have anything to do with actually doing what you do well.

What if, for less than the cost of a coffee a day, you could reduce repetitive data entry, accounting, and marketing tasks to almost nothing.

And what if we can offer you and 100% guarantee that you are absolutely satisfied or your money will be fully refunded. Seriously.

  1. You get an order. (Congrats!)
  2. You transfer the information to your Customer Service Database. (5 minutes)
  3. You print a contract (15 minutes)
  4. You send an email with the contract (15 minutes)
  5. You update your Customer Service Database and set up a task as a reminder to follow up (10 minutes)
  6. You follow up on the contract the next day. (15 minutes)
  7. You update your Customer Service Database and adjust the reminder to follow up (5 minutes)
  8. The client emails the contract.
  9. You update your Customer Service Database and set up a standard task for fulfillment (10 minutes.)
  10. You email back with a thank you and a reiteration of all customer service lines of communication. (10 minutes)
  11. You update your Customer Service Database and add a reminder to start the process. (10 minutes)YOU FULFILL THE ORDER WITH YOUR AMAZING PRODUCT OR SERVICE
  12. The order is complete (congrats) and you generate an invoice (15 minutes)
  13. You update your Customer Service Database and set up tasks for payment. (10 minutes)
  14. You send a lovely email, thanking the client, offering side services, attaching the invoice. (15 minutes)
  15. You update your customer service database and set up tasks for reminders. (10 minutes)
  1. You follow up on the invoice the next day. (15 minutes)
  2. You update your Customer Service Database and add a reminder to follow up the next day (10 minutes)
  3. You follow up the invoice the next day with a telephone call. (20 minutes)
  4. You update your Customer Service Database and add a reminder to follow up the next day (10 minutes)
  5. You receive payment via cheque in the mail.
  6. You process the cheque and update your accounting software. (15 minutes)
  7. You go to the bank and deposit the cheque. (30 minutes)
  8. You update your Customer Service Database. (5 minutes)
  9. You send a lovely email thanking the client for the business and asking them for an online review. (15 minutes)
  10. You update your Customer Service Database. (5 minutes)
  11. You send a follow up email 1 week later. (15 minutes)
  12. You receive the review, answer it. (15 minutes)
  13. You update your Customer Service Database. (5 minutes)
  14. You send a client a follow up marketing email a month later (15 minutes)
  15. You send the client a follow up marketing email six months later (15 minutes)
  16. You send the client follow up marketing email 1 year later (15 minutes)

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