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Why Mark Levy?

From Drab to Fiery

You run a consulting practice, or an entrepreneurial company. Business is good — you have clients and a solid reputation –- but it could be better.

The thing standing between you and bigger achievement? Your firm’s identity. You’ve let it dull. Your website, brochures, and other informational vehicles are lifeless.

Naturally, you didn’t mean for this to happen. You just wanted to look “professional,” so you could appeal to the largest audience without offending anyone. Now, though, you’re boring. You’ve made it hard for prospects to understand why they should pick you over your competitors.

If your materials had more fireworks, you’re certain business would boom. What to do?

The Fix

You remember reading about marketing strategist, Mark Levy, who promises to make companies compelling. You visit his website and discover a number of things:

• Mark helps firms come up with their competitive advantage, and then he puts it into language that sticks like glue to people’s minds.

• He writes forceful websites, which convert wavering prospects into paying customers.

• He coaches clients on how to write a book that serves as a springboard to guruship

• He devises publicity stunts that puts companies on the national map.

The Results

Those services sound good, but you still need more convincing. That’s when you see some of the results of Mark’s efforts:

• His clients have raised their hourly fee by as much as 2,000%.

• They’ve increased their yearly gross by as much as 350%.

• They’ve appeared in The New York Times, The Financial Times, and The Wall Street Journal, and on ABC News, CBS Evening News, FOX News, The History Channel, MSNBC, Martha Stewart Living, and The Today Show.

• They’ve won contracts to write books for major publishers, like Random House, HarperCollins, and John Wiley.

That settles it. You get Mark on the line.

The Call

He asks about you, your firm, your competitive environment, and what you want to accomplish. He listens closely, excitedly, and tosses out some answers, which he thinks will make a tangible difference to you and your company. What does he say?

Call or email him and find out: 908-735-5997, mark at

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