Mark Eiland

Hi, I’m Mark Eiland and thanks for stopping by my website. I trust you found your way here because of one of three reasons.

1. We’ve met before and if so hello again.

2. You were referred to me so you’re checking to see if I’m legit or not. Well, I am legit.

3. You just stumbled onto this site while surfing the net and you’re not really sure why you’re still reading. Surprise! Glad you’re here.

Now I could tell you all sorts of mumbo jumbo about being born and raised in Texas and now living in the music capital of the world, Austin, TX, about working in the corporate world for over 30 years for companies such as IBM before starting and running my own consulting business, working with a network of independent private investors, and about having a wonderful wife and two great kids that love dogs, cats, and horses.

But I won’t do that.

No, because you’re likely here asking yourself if I can help you and if I’m someone you’d like to do business with. If that’s the case, then I’d like to explore the possibility.

See I work with businesses that are committed to significantly improving their bottom-line profits.

There are a number of ways to do this but my primary focus is to increase the overall customer value of each and every customer/client/patient/etc. you do business with.

The good news is that to realize incredible changes in your bottom-line doesn't require massive changes in any one area of your business. 

Success can be realized by making minor, incremental improvements in any number of areas.

But before we go any further ask yourself, are you someone you think I’d like to do business with.

See, I’m very selective about who I do business with because I have high expectations for my clients and I've got a strict (but totally reasonable) set of criteria that needs to be met.

Here it is:

1.  You have to have a solid business already.

I look to work with people that are already up and running but want to run a lot faster and a lot farther

You should be doing around high-six to seven figures or more each year already.

Oh, and I won’t work with start-ups, early stage, get rich quick people, or “biz-opp” folks. No joke!

2.  You must already have a steady flow of leads and customers.

This means that you’re getting consistent traffic and making sales already.

You’re getting some online search traffic, running ads, you’re promoting, and you’re selling stuff.

You don’t have to be a “market leader” – I’ll help you get there – but you do need to be PRESENT in your market.

3.  You must have a list of customers/clients/patients/etc..

It doesn’t really need to be that big... just responsive.

It can be customers, clients, patients, prospects or all of the above, but if you’re not building a list then you’re  not building a long term business.

4.  You must have a good, solid product or service and a good reputation.

Everything we do together will not only be bringing you more sales and profits, but we’ll be moving you toward a position of “market leadership”.

And in order for us to do that, you need to have your act together.  So visualize your business in that leadership position and have it make sense.

5.  You MUST follow directions. (Don’t worry, I won’t ask you to do anything weird.)

After all, if you don’t actually implement the stuff I give you you won’t make any money.

Duh…right?

I know you get this but I just had to say it so some knucklehead doesn't come back later and accuse me of not telling them that they actually have to do something to make money.

That’s it!

Those are all my requirements

I’m passionate about working with business owners and helping them grow their business because it makes me very, very happy to see someone reach their full potential and achieve financial success (and all that comes with it) as a result of the help I give them.

If it sounds like we may be a good fit to work together, then I’ll happily set aside some time for you. Just give me a call at 512-879-4066 or send an email to mark@markeiland.com and tell me a bit about your business, what you want to accomplish, and so forth. 

Make it a great day!