It’s no secret that E-commerce is booming, and the online world is getting harder to occupy digital real estate. Ads are getting more expensive, and more brands are selling online. Not to mention, brands like Amazon own a significant amount of the market share. But that doesn’t stop Motiv Mktg and founder Michael Supina from helping their clients reach big numbers.
The team got wind of what Motiv Mktg and Michael Supina were doing and wanted to discover the secret. How they ceaselessly take clients to over seven figures, and what was so different about their approach?
“Well, in marketing, there’s a lot of noise, and from the beginning, we wanted to make sure we could help our clients stand out. Not only from a strategic and advertising standpoint, but we realized it was much deeper than that.”
At first, we thought just being great at ads was the only key to success in this industry, but working with clients who we’re barely starting, in this case at $1,500 in revenue per month, we had to really take our relationship further.”
As the team continued to ask Michael about the secret sauce Motiv Mktg provides, he broke it down into five unique steps to build a 7+ figure relationship with his clients.
They found these surprising reasons were why Motiv Mktg was so good at helping their clients scale:
“Yes, boring as it may seem, we communicate with our clients multiple times a week and sometimes on a daily basis. We found that the deeper the communication, whether good or bad news, the deeper the relationship and understanding of their brand we could get. That truly helped us get a detailed marketing message out to the world to purchase their product became second nature.”
“By clearly understanding our customer and their product, we were able to feel as if we were part of the brand ourselves. Motiv Mktg dives deep into knowing the ‘why’ of our clients and bringing that out in all of our marketing messages.”
#3. Growth Incentives:
“Our team works hard because we structure our deals in a way that the more we help the client make, the more the team makes. Some people have a hard time wrapping their head around revenue share, but those just aren’t the clients for us. We want to build long-term relationships and grow with the brand. We would much rather have 20 perfect clients than 100 that don’t match our values.”
“I (Michael Supina) and our Motiv Mktg team are truly passionate about what we do. We take every client’s success as if it were our own. It is what separates us from many other marketing agencies; we will go above and beyond for our clients to make sure they are happy, making money, and reaching the goals they envision.”
“Of course, to make your clients 7+ figures, you have to be good at what you do. In this business, if you can’t make your clients money. You’re fired. It’s as simple as that, and we don’t expect anything less. Marketing is constantly changing, and we hire mentors and coaches who are the best in the industry to keep us sharp, stay up to date with all the new tech and changes in the marketplace and practice what we preach daily. To produce results, you must be willing to learn and grow constantly.”
Michael said, “Overall, it was quite a wild ride being able to take a brand from just $1,500 a month to $648,274.59 a month, in less than a year. It just goes to show there was so much more involved in the process than we had originally thought. But working with this client opened our eyes to what is necessary to help a brand take their business to the next level, regardless of what level they come to us at.”
Michael Supina and Motiv Mktg are definitely up to big things and helping E-commerce and Personal Brands maximize their potential online.
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