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Welcome to The Profit Predictor!

This is an online calculator allowing business owners to learn their numbers. Enter your values into the yellow fields and see the results in the grey fields. For accuracy, make sure to input data from the same period of timeā€”for instance, all data from the same month, quarter, or year. We list everything in terms of annual calculations, but as long as all of your data is from the same time period, the calculations will be accurate.

You can use some or all of the calculators below. You can also enter different scenarios and receive a copy of each via email when you submit the form.

Profit Predictor

If you don't know your customer acquisition cost, it's going to be difficult to do any financial forecasting. Filling out the fields below will give you your annual customer acquisition cost.

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Below, we've given you room to fill in up to five offers and the number of sales made. You do not need to fill in all five. For the sake of accuracy, we suggest you use annual values from the same time period across all fields on this page.

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TOTAL ANNUAL SALES & REVENUE FROM ABOVE OFFERS:

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Tracking revenue is great, but profit is where it's at! Profit is what allows you to pay yourself and invest in your business. Filling out the fields below will give you your annual profit amount.

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Knowing your total annual profit is great, but what's your profit percentage? Filling in the fields below will give you what percentage of your revenue is your annual profit percentage.

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THE POWER OF SMALL INCREASES + COMPOUNDING

Next, let's look at six key areas that we can focus on making incremental changes to that, by doing so, can bring us exponential results. The key areas are:

  1. Leads
  2. Conversions
  3. Customers
  4. Transactions
  5. Prices
  6. Profit

When you fill in the fields below, you'll be able to see what happens when each is increased by 10%, 20%, and 50%. Below that, you'll see the exponential increase when all six areas are compounded.

 

MORE LEADS

There are two ways you can approach the leads and conversions section below:

Option 1: You can enter all potential leads - qualified or not - which would be anyone who knows about you. If you use this method, we recommend using the industry standard of 3% as your conversion rate.

Option 2: You can enter your warm leads - the qualified leads - that you have a better chance of converting into a client. If you use this method, enter your conversion rate based on your knowledge of how many leads it takes for you to gain a client, (i.e., 100 leads gives you 10 clients, means you have a 10% conversion rate).

 

MORE CONVERSIONS

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MORE CLIENTS

 

MORE TRANSACTIONS

 

HIGHER PRICES

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MORE PROFIT

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COMPOUNDED GROWTH PROFIT INCREASE IN SIX KEY AREAS:

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To receive a copy of your results via email, fill in the fields below, and submit the form.