Zack “ROI” Williams has an extensive experience in marketing and sales that spans 15 years and more. And during those 15 years, he has worked with companies that are part of the Fortune 500 list. His experience with them proved to be valuable when he decided to work for his own, and he is now set on granting his extensive experience to smaller businesses around. Zac says in his own video ad, “I’ve had a lot of success with that. I’ve been in business for the last two years and, thank God, my company has produced over a million dollars in revenue and much more than that for the clients we work with.”
Zack then continues with his statement, “We have been able to take a lot of the information that otherwise is completely unknown and apply it to the people that really need it the most. Another reason why I do what I do is my family. I was working, again, in corporate America, in the rat race, and I decided enough was enough. I was sick and tired of watching my daughter grow up in front of her cell phone and I was tired of robbing my wife of time. I was ready to reclaim my time, get back into my hobbies, travel, hang with friends.”
“Now you may still be in the rat race or maybe you just got out and are wondering where in the hell to go next. I’m gonna be real, raw, and very honest with you. I’m gonna tell you a lot about what I did right, but more important than that, I’m gonna tell you what I did wrong, okay? I have literally wasted hundreds of thousands of dollars over the last two years on fake gurus, on crappy courses, and spent hours upon hours scouring the internet, looking for some sorta direction without being able to find it.”
“I’ve worked with some pretty awesome companies [at my former corporate gig]. Hard Rock Cafe, Harley-Davidson, Ford Motor Company, Peterbilt, Mountain Dew, Red Bull, I loved working with them. But I also realized there’s this massive gap in knowledge from these Fortune 500 companies. They are learning stuff, split testing stuff, and not dispersing it to anyone. So now I’m branching off and I’m taking the same information I learned from these billion-dollar organizations and applying it to small businesses.”
Zack Williams has claimed that, thanks to his mentoring, he has been able to take businesses that earn rather measly figures like $40-, $50,000 annually, on a very consistent basis. and turned them into companies that have been making upwards of $500,000, all in just less than a year. And in the same manner, he has also helped some big companies that are earning one million dollars annually, having their earnings increase drastically to 3.5 million dollars in just a year. He then gives you reasons why you should trust him and his expertise. “I know what I’m doing. I love it. I don’t work a day in my life. I actually consider this a hobby that happens to make me really good money. As well as it’s very satisfying to help other people succeed.”
“So I wanna take you by the hand and show you how to get from point A to point B. But it’s up to you to trust me. If you want social proof, if you wanna talk strategy, if you wanna test me, if you wanna look me up? Do it. I encourage you to go out there and look at some reviews and check out some of the info that I post, and make a decision for yourself. But I’m literally here for you. I own ROI Marketing Firm. That is my baby. Now I know I’m not everyone’s cup of tea, but if you’re still listening, maybe I’m a good fit for you.”
Zack’s Dopamine Dealer course is an online training program that will teach you how to catch, close, and keep more customers. Basically, it teaches businesses the proper strategies for scaling. It consists of step-by-step videos, plus access to a private Facebook group for additional support. You’ll also get lifetime access to the course itself and Zack will constantly update the materials inside to suit the times. Cost is $997 or 3 payments of $397, and it includes a 45-day money-back guarantee. Based on the price and Zack’s statement about the course, it seems to be so-so training program. Decent enough to do what it intends to do, but it’s not groundbreaking enough to stand out among the rest.