97 Ways to Market Your Accountancy Business
- Take Action, Grow & Make A Lot More Money
- Narrated by: Lisa Newton
- Length: 2 hrs and 46 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 17-03-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Booglez
Nothing happens in a business until 'someone sells something' and this audiobook will help you to think about how you can market your products and services so that customers beat a path to your front door. Multi award-winning entrepreneur and serial author, Lisa Newton started her own bookkeeping business in 2004 with just £150. Every penny was spent on marketing.
The audiobook outlines 97 ways to market your accountancy business in A-Z order, each way is given a rating from easy to difficult, and has an effectiveness score from 1 to 5, and a cost of low to high. Each method is also listed by rating, score and cost so you have a quick reference guide too. Each way is explained in an easily digestible format.
Born and raised in Nottingham, UK, Lisa Newton moved to London to study Accounting with Marketing at Middlesex University. Graduating with a first class honours degree, she went on to do a MSc in Investment Management at City University. In the same month of the Masters graduation ceremony at City, Lisa formed Boogles Ltd with £150. Her mum put in £50, and Lisa used £100 of her overdraft.
Boogles primarily began as a bookkeeping service to small, busy individuals, charities and companies in the London & Nottingham area. Boogles has since expanded, and moved into other markets - such as bookkeeping franchise, bookkeeping training courses and products such as computer maths games for children.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Aaron on 24-11-16
Some very good ideas
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, if they were an accountant or bookkeeper.
What other book might you compare 97 Ways to Market Your Accountancy Business to, and why?
None, its unique i think
What about Lisa Newton’s performance did you like?