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Dec 10, 2009 3:51 pm

Bill Good contact management system...

 
Everyone always ask how much this is but never a reply:
 
Normal price $11,400... Price cut to $7,600 through jan 2 2010... Also available for $4,000 down and $300/month payment plan...
 
Not sure that it is worth it
 
Disclaimer(I don't have it, but I got an email today explaining the pricing)
Dec 11, 2009 9:40 am

what the hell does it do for 11k?????????? and why couldnt you do it by yourself?

Personally, I think it is just the fact that you are paying for it, you are willing to stick to it. I am sure there is as much good advice for free on the forums, yet because it is free, that is how we value it.

Dec 11, 2009 9:45 am
aeromaks:

what the hell does it do for 11k?????????? and why couldnt you do it by yourself?




Bill Good calls you up and says, "Thankyouverymuch for your money, sucka!".

Dec 11, 2009 11:53 am

I've used the system since last spring. Yes, it is expensive. But it's been worth it for me. I wouldn't bother unless you're willing to invest in and grow your practice. The $7k is just the beginning of what you will ultimately spend to make it work for you. It's not just a contact management system.


But there's a reason, imo, that he's been around as long and sold as many systems as he has. It works. And it has for me.
 
However, if you're just looking for a CRM system to make your life more efficient. Buy Act for Advisors, etc and spend $500.
 
I don't want to do a commercial, so PM if you want specifics.
Dec 11, 2009 3:45 pm

I bought the system years ago and the software sucked!
His approach is solid.

Read his books (latest = best)
Use Salesforce.com outstanding CRM
or Google Calendar and Contacts in gmail if cheapskate...
call Bill Good Marketing and order cd's from the last "Users" conference for ideas
Send everyone a letter every month till they die
Send them one on their birthday
Ask them When they're gonna have $50,000 to invest
Ask them for 3 referals
Did I say send everyone of your clients and prospects a letter every month
Make 25 calls every am
Have 3 meetings every afternoon
Did I say send everyone of your clients and prospects a letter every month

See; I just saved you 11m


Dec 12, 2009 12:05 pm
dashover:

I bought the system years ago and the software sucked!
His approach is solid.

Read his books (latest = best)
Use Salesforce.com outstanding CRM
or Google Calendar and Contacts in gmail if cheapskate...
call Bill Good Marketing and order cd's from the last "Users" conference for ideas
Send everyone a letter every month till they die
Send them one on their birthday
Ask them When they're gonna have $50,000 to invest
Ask them for 3 referals
Did I say send everyone of your clients and prospects a letter every month
Make 25 calls every am
Have 3 meetings every afternoon
Did I say send everyone of your clients and prospects a letter every month

See; I just saved you 11m


 
Do you have these?
Dec 12, 2009 1:37 pm

Squash ; not the last but I've bought many and always picked up something...
I think the best marketing guru today is Jack Keeter though...