This page will serve a dual purpose. One one hand, you have the guy writing this to you right now (Allen Terrell Gregory). On the other hand, you have the business of Done-For-You Clients. Let’s start with the man and then talk more about the business.
Born in 1980. Grew up in Freeport (Long Island), New York. Played football in high school. Attended college. Hated it. Dropped out. Sold computers in several retail locations from 2000-2003. Began a “real job” as a Marketing Analyst at a small internet firm in Manhattan in 2003. Stayed there til 2008. Began my entrepreneurial journey shortly thereafter.
During 2008, a decision was made to move to Atlanta. Arriving in December, I moved in with a friend. Stayed with that friend for 14 months while on unemployment. Got a job with the Census in early 2010 and moved into my own place. Got kicked out of that place for non-payment of rent in September 2010 because unemployment and the temporary position at the Census had both run out. Moved in with a different friend in the Atlanta area. Stayed with them for a year before they got kicked out of their place and were forced to move back to Maryland in late 2011. Refusing to go back to Freeport and live with my parents, instead a move was made to live with my grandmother’s sister in Albany, GA which is about 3 hours south of Atlanta. Stayed with my great-aunt for a year. She didn’t have internet and I didn’t have a car so I had to walk to the library every day just to get online. The library was 2.8 miles from her house. That’s 5.6 miles round trip every day just to get online. No bank account. No income. Nothing. Just a dream and determination.
In early 2012, I found Fiverr. After a quick analysis of my skills and what was needed in the marketplace, the decision was made to create video sales letters. They were all the rage back then. Simple PowerPoint slides and a voiceover was all that was needed. I got a cracked (aka stolen) version of Camtasia and Microsoft Office, scrounged together $20 cash for a crappy microphone from WalMart, and I put up my gig. Three days later, the first order came in. Two days later, there was another. The day after, another. Another gig to write emails was added and those orders came even faster. After a few weeks, there was enough money in PayPal (no bank account at the time), to purchase a bicycle from WalMart. They didn’t accept PayPal in their stores, but they did accept it online. Purchased the bike, picked it up, and rode it home. By the way, WalMart was only a half mile from the library. Funny thing is, the bike was a problem the whole time. Every week, a flat had to be fixed. So I still ended up walking to the library from time to time.
My grandmother had fallen on the ice at her home and was rushed to the hospital for head trauma in late 2012. During that time, my great-aunt and I were not seeing eye-to-eye. We made a decision that it was best for me to go back to Freeport to take care of my family and also have a change of scenery. Back in Freeport, my mother, her husband, and my brother were living in a one-bedroom apartment. I stayed with them for two years, helped them with bills, and installed some much needed discipline and structure.
Moving The Family
My mother retired from her job as Parking Meter Enforcement for the Village of Freeport in early 2015. In June of that same year, we moved to Atlanta. This time it was my mother, my brother, my grandmother, my stepfather, and myself. Our new house has 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Everyone has their own room, plus we have a guest room. And to think, we were paying $1250 for a one-bedroom apartment in Freeport and only $1450 for an entire 5-bedroom, 3-bathroom house in Atlanta. It was a no-brainer.
Change Is Eternal
At the time of this writing (7/25/2016), my brother has moved to Massachusetts to live with my sister and her wife. My grandmother is in the hospital fighting for her life. My mother is worried to death. And we’re preparing to move again. This time, my mother, my stepfather, and my grandmother (God willing) will live in a 3-bedroom ranch so that Gramma doesn’t have to climb stairs. And me? I’m getting a small home for myself with a two-car garage. But then again, my ex-girlfriend and I are attempting to reconcile and start a family, so I might end up in a home very similar to the 5-bedroom, 3-bathroom that I’m in right now.
What is Done-For-You Clients?
Done-For-You Clients is a labor of love. It’s what I like to call Automated Client Acquisition. So how does it all work?
First, we analyze your lead generation activities and sales processes. Then, we identify areas ripe for automation. Next, we implement the changes. And then your business will begin getting traffic, leads, and sales on autopilot.
Are You Qualified?
That’s a good question. I’m wondering the same thing about you. But since you’re reading my page it’s my obligation to qualify myself to you. In the Summer of 2014, I began working for a company backed by several million dollars of investment capital. My responsibilities included but were not limited to: creating, building, and managing sales funnels, organizing webinars, managing online media, and facilitating advertising campaigns on a daily basis. I worked with this company for 15 months before the owner decided to make staffing changes. Since then, I’ve been working closely with several mentors and friends on various projects. As an independent consultant, I have served dozens of clients. From writing emails, to creating video sales letters, to consulting, to product creation, to branding and positioning.
What’s The Next Step?
By now, you know enough about me. It’s time I learn about you. Are you looking to get better qualified leads for your sales team? Are you looking to build an advertising campaign that actually works? Are you looking to build an entire system that brings you traffic, leads, and sales on autopilot? Great. Here’s what you need to do…
My 3-Step Sales Pitch
- Go to my homepage and read some of the articles on my site
- If you like them, sign up for some of my free trainings
- If they help you, consider buying my stuff when I make you an offer
Pretty simple, right?
Thanks for reading this page. Let’s get to work!