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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

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

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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?
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