Is it Possible to Create a System For Getting Clients on Autopilot?

Is it Possible to Create a System For Getting Clients on Autopilot?

Is it Possible to Create a System For Getting Clients on Autopilot?

By | Get More Customers, Online Marketing | 8 Comments
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The other day one of our followers sent me an interesting question in an email. He asked…

Josh –  How do I create a properly systematized platform for the rhythmic acquisition of customers which we can run on autopilot?

It’s an excellent question, and one that I get pretty often. Getting clients on autopilot sounds awesome, doesn’t it?

But what’s the bottom line? Can you REALLY create a hands-off client acquisition machine – or is it a myth? And if you CAN create one… how do you go about doing it?

Watch the video for my “unfiltered” answer to those questions and more…

What do you think about this?

What are your takeaways from the video?

What’s been your experience with systems on “autopilot?”

Let’s chat about it in the comments.



  • Georgia Ellis says:

    Very on leek video, Josh!! I’m so proud to have you in my squam!!! Say hi to Jess for me!! Miss you guys!! What up?? Xoxo

  • Eva Froese says:

    Great video with good tips. I enjoyed it.

  • Good video. Good common sense. Thanks. There are so many shiny objects out there, we have to stay in the present to get each phase completed. I know LinkedIn will be a system I will use (have about 3k links) but plan to use Facebook first to help build list, then LinkedIn. Thanks for all your help in getting there. Plan to link up with you in about 3 -6 months.

  • Terry Leddy says:

    I used autopilot for LinkedIn for about 6 months. It definitely works for people reverse viewing your profile, but if the goal is to have people contact you looking to do business, it comes up short. Now, you could say the header wasn’t good enough or perhaps your profile could be better, but I think that’s a bit of a cop out. Bottom line, it’s not easy getting people to want to do business. It’s a tool that can work, but it’s not as easy as they make it out to seem.

    • Josh Turner says:

      Most people who have tried that kind of approach, who I have spoken with, have shared the same results Terry. It just doesn’t work as promised.

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