Why is it that some service-based businesses never slow down while others seem to have peaks and valleys throughout the year?

Of course, there are seasonal businesses like lawn mowing or snow plowing, but those aren’t the ones I’m talking about.

I’m talking about the businesses that have HUGE potential pools of prospects like carpenters, restaurants, coaches, computer repair, travel agents, even accountants, and dentists.

A seemingly endless list of industries, really. It’s the businesses that wait until their sales slow down to increase (or in some cases start) their marketing efforts.

Let me be clear…

Marketing should not be looked at as an annual event or a one-time thing!

“Hmmmm, our sales are down so we better do some marketing.”

Followed shortly thereafter by “wow, we’ve got so many sales going on that there’s no time to do any kind of marketing.”

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