FOUR REASONS WHY VIRTUAL GROUP SHOULD NOT BE YOUR PARTNER
"Howdy, I’m Jonathan Kirkland, the CEO of Virtual Group."
I’m 48 years old. I live in Austin, Texas with my wife, Mindy.
We have three kids, two in elementary school and one, a bioinformatics genius who graduates from the university in June.
We speak English and Mandarin in our household.
I reckon you are wondering why you need to know that.
Here’s why: I want to share who I am and what I am all about because I am going to be blunt and very transparent with you with the conversation below.
First reason you should not work with Virtual Group
I can not help you get rich quick.
For some reason, people equate “done for you white label services” to “make easy money."
I understand that.
There are some prominent personalities on the web that love to sell you products and services that only put money in their pockets, not yours.
Running a real marketing agency is not easy.
It takes work.
If you are looking for quick, cheap services so your agency can "appear" to be doing marketing services just to make fast money, pack up and move along.
Virtual Group is not a good fit.
Second reason you should not work with Virtual Group
If you don’t want to find and service the right types of clients (who have real marketing budgets to advertise) and want remarkable results, we are not interested in your business.
Here’s why I’m telling you this, I have personally witnessed how agencies have been coached by these "gurus" on what services to sell, and who to sell them too, and usually attach some gimmick to the pitch.
They are all wrong.
Yep, I am calling it out.
How do I know this?
I have over seven years of data from over 8000 agencies and 40,000 campaigns to show me what is successful.
This actionable data is derived from every possible data point set from the business records and marketing reports of one of the largest overseas marketing outsource providers that I owned and operated.
So the bottom line is if you are wasting your time listening to some pretenders who are "guessing" at what works and selling it, good luck to you, we will not be a good fit.
I only want to work with good people who are already making money focused on profitable niches or are prepared to commit ten times more effort than you are doing now to go after the right ones and start making money together.
Third reason you should not work with virtual group
Start going down the internet “Marketing Agency” rabbit hole, and you’ll see all kinds of ads and articles about how to get rich by having other people fulfill your services, and all kinds of hype on the “latest marketing software” or “gaming Google techniques.”
I personally love the "guaranteed first spot in rankings" line.
Do some of these products work?
Some do. Most do not.
The problem is if you rely on someone else's software, you are not in control of a real business.
You just have an income stream that is supported by an unsustainable trick.
For example, if you believe you can automate an entire PPC business with some out of the box software purchased for $99 off JVZoo, you should not work with us.
Get over "Shiny New Object" syndrome and then call me.
fourth reason you should not work with virtual group
If you’re looking for Virtual Group to deliver a cheap service so your clients can THINK you are working for them, I do not want to help you.
It’s essential you clearly understand what I’m saying to you.
We could help you, I just won’t allow it. Why?
When I hear someone ask, “Is there a cheaper way to fulfill the campaign,” what I’m really hearing is:
“I’m not interested in this business long term, I am more interested in making a quick buck instead of the long term success of my customers.”
And that really means “I don’t want to work.”
Look, running a marketing agency is HARD WORK.
I only want to work with people that:
1. Are committed to their business
2. Want to help clients MAKE MORE MONEY.
3. Willing to invest in their own marketing.
Are you Still Here? Good.
Here’s what you can expect from me.
1. Provide quality marketing solutions
2. Give you actionable strategies and tactics you can use to build your agency.
3. Share data on new trends and underserved niches.
4. Always be improving and keeping you in the loop.
5. Blatant sales pitches for marketing services for your own agency and membership programs too.
Can you believe I just told you that you are going to receive blatant sales pitches from me?
Well, why shouldn’t I tell you?
Virtual Group makes money by selling marketing services.
Businesses sell products by running advertising and marketing campaigns.
When I see a marketing agency that is not spending money on marketing for themselves, I know who to avoid.
A marketing agency that spends money on advertising brings in more clients.
Those clients, in turn, buy marketing services from the agency and are fulfilled by Virtual Group.
Agency makes money.
The client makes more money.
Virtual Group makes money.
I will only try to sell you services you need, but I won’t be subtle about it.
The idea is you’ll say, “Jonathan, this marketing program really helped me get clients. I think I’ll do even MORE MARKETING and get more clients...”
Pretty simple, right?
We are not here to waste time we are here to make money.
I want to Demonstrate How I Can Help You, By Actually Helping You.
But you still might be wondering …
How Do I Know If Your Marketing Is Any Good?
Well, the smartest thing to do is become a partner.
See what is happening, see if you like our services, participate in the training.
Specifically, here is what I will help you with, my main focus is to work closely with you to get more customers and work to retain those customers.
Here’s My First Sales Pitch To You:
Go through the Virtual Group website and read everything.
If you like what you read, send me a message that you want to talk about how we can work together.
You know a lot about me from the introduction, now it's your turn, in your message be honest and transparent about your current business and goals.
Consider joining when I tell you about what we are doing.
Pretty fair and straightforward, right?