Stop Chasing Clients Once and for All

Posted on October 24, 2014

A Five-Day Plan to Bring Them to Your Doorstep

By John Bulbrook

Let’s face it-chasing after clients is a pain. Imagine for a moment, that instead of chasing after them, they sought you out. Instead of leaving yet another voice mail-they called you. The best news is that this type of client-attraction system is easy to implement, if you follow the advice of my friend Mark Satterfield in his newest book, The One Week Marketing Plan.

Mark explains exactly how to end this perpetual pursuit of new business and bring high-quality prospects to your doorstep. He lays out a step-by-step, “set it and forget it” system that’s perfect for insurance agents looking to build their businesses. Even better, it can be put in place in just five business days.

It’s a great book and one that I was pleased to give the endorsement below:

“Insurance producers and financial advisors face an ongoing challenge of how to attract more new prospects and clients. Mark Satterfield’s The One Week Marketing Plan shows you how to quickly and inexpensively develop a client-attraction system that will work for you without a lot of ongoing maintenance. If you read only one business book this year, this should be it.”

John Bulbrook, CEO of Bulbrook/Drislane Insurance

Of course, you’re probably thinking all of this is too good to be true. It’s not. By breaking the process down into action steps taken over five business days, Mark shows that implementing a client attraction system doesn’t have to be complicated. It can work for you, and it can be done if you’re willing to put in the effort.

If you’re ready to stop chasing clients and get them to come to you, take a look at the overview below of Mark’s One Week Marketing Plan. And if your interest is piqued, download the book’s first chapter here for free!:


  • DAY ONE: Choose Your Niche Market.
  • DAY TWO: Create Your Free Offer.
  • DAY THREE: Create a Website for Your Free Offer.
  • DAY FOUR: Develop a Series of Drip-Marketing Messages.
  • DAY FIVE: Get Traffic to Your Website.


The One Week Marketing Plan is about gaining visibility in your niche market, educating people about the problems you solve, and having clients call you about how you can help them. And you can have it up and running in one week. So go get started!

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