Luc Comeau

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Virtual Entrepreneur

Virtual Entrepreneur exists to serve people who wish to operate a business virtually, without any geographical constraints.  Luc Comeau, founder, is a virtual entrepreneur who offers professional services to clients and who thrives on helping others achieve the physical, emotional and financial independence that virtual entrepreneurship can offer.  Entrepreneurship on your terms, anywhere, anytime.

The Internet, laptops, tablets and smartphones have created a context where anyone anywhere can succeed in business by becoming a virtual entrepreneur.

I believe in every human being’s innate capacity to generate revenues by offering valued services to others in a respectful and virtual manner.  I am trying to help as many people as possible use the tools of virtual entrepreneurship to better themselves, their lifestyles and their families.  I will not utilize pressure-based sales tactics or hide information from clients and followers.  What works best for me and my customers is a regular inspiring bite-sized amount of multimedia content that will help fuel their drive to succeed as virtual entrepreneurs.

11 Questions:

Your Business or Brand:

 

Virtual Entrepreneur exists to serve people who wish to operate a business virtually, without any geographical constraints.  Luc Comeau, founder, is a virtual entrepreneur who offers professional services to clients and who thrives on helping others achieve the physical, emotional and financial independence that virtual entrepreneurship can offer.  Entrepreneurship on your terms, anywhere, anytime.

 

 

 

11 Questions:

 

1.) What is Marketing for? What does this department/function/budget exist to do?

 

Promote the Virtual Entrepreneur approach to others to allow them to take control of their life and their business projects and realize them in a simple virtual manner.

 

2.) What are we allowed to touch?

 

Everything as this is a solo business.

 

3.) What can we as marketers measure?

 

The success points of the business itself and the success of our clients.

 

4.) What can we change?

 

People’s perception of how complicated it is to start a business.

 

5.) What promise are you going to make?

 

To regularly offer value in the form of inspiration, knowledge and tools to help virtual entrepreneurs succeed.

 

6.) What’s the hard part?

 

1)    Finding people who are interested in exploring virtual entrepreneurship when they don’t now themselves what it is and what it can offer them.

2)    Developing regularly-published content to attract interested parties

3)    Monetizing

 

 

 

7.) Should your organization be making trends or following trends?

 

Making the trend of virtual entrepreneurship easy and accessible to all.

 

8.) Where is the risk?

 

Time investment with little monetary return.

Fear of not succeeding paralyzing the project.

 

9.) Who is in charge?

 

Luc Comeau, virtual entrepreneur

 

10.) Marketers spend money. Where are you spending the money? What is it for?

 

On web and content tools, on automation, on measurement and on developing quality content.

 

11.) How should you be spending your time?

 

Web tools/analytics 20%

Content 40%

Sales 20 %

Management 15%

Planning 5%

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