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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Archive for the 'Offline Consulting' Category

Offline Marketing IM Checklists by Kevin Fahey, with PLR #ad

Local business owners are generalists. They have to do everything at their business or hire someone rlse to do it. They don’t have time to be experts at copywriting, marketing strategy, and media selection. They probably know almost nothing about what it takes to do good marketing online.That’s why they need a marketing expert like you to fill this valuable role in their company.But you may have a problem. Your expertise is online marketing.• How do you build a business selling to offline businesses, showing them they need you online skills?• How do you create a professional... [...]

VR Agency 360 creates stunning virtual walkthrough tours #ad

For several years, ever since internet technology has been available, real estate brokers have shown their properties online. Pictures and descriptive text have created a way of displaying houses online that have attracted prospective buyers to choose their top favorites so they invest their in-person time in just the few houses that are the best candidates.For years, this has been a marketing tool agents have found helpful. But not to long ago, a new improved online technology was created, the virtual house tour. No longer do buyers have to see only static still pictures.Now, there is motion... [...]

Free Red Carpet Magic: a home business that offers payments & travel perks #ad

Vick Carty has released new training a few days ago. We are late telling you about it, but it may be helpful to someone who loves to travel (after the virus has been conquered, of course.)It’s called Free Red Carpet Magic, and it’s helpful to any marketer who wants to add some fun to their work.Your clients could be in the travel publishing business, hospitality business or the visitor promotion business, anyone who would profit from increased traffic to their (or their client’s) destination.In Free Red Carpet Magic, you will discover how you can offer a special promotional service... [...]

Luther Landro’s 20 minute workday on LinkedIn #ad

Luther Landro, online marketing trainer, reports he was able to earn $105,000 in a year on LinkedIn, working 20 Minutes a day, offering services to other LinkedIn members.As you may know, LinkedIn is popular with business owners, unlike Facebook, which caters to all kinds of people, including many (probably the majority) who are not in business. He contacts business owners, offers his services to improve their business results by sending them more leads and more customers. When they accept his offer, he outsources the work to Fiverr, for about $10 per job.Since every business in the world wants... [...]

Design Agency Business: Consultant’s Done-For-You Bundle #ad

If you are in business (or want to be) to help other businesses build a profitable online presence, there is a new done-for-you package of digital assets to let you build a new consultant offering, starting from scratch or adding it to your current capabilities.Actually, as you will see, these tools will be a big help in managing your own website and marketing materials, even if you don’t have clients you work for. It’s just that your license allows you to sell your creations to other business, in addition.The DesignBundle Local Edition was released a week ago by Ifiok NK, John Gibb,... [...]

Local Business Consultants: New PLR marketing aids #ad

Most local businesses don’t know the power of press releases. Also, even if they know the value of press releases, they, for the most part, don’t know how to create one and distribute it to the press.That creates a business opportunity fo a marketing consultant.P.D. Laughlin has created a complete Consultant’s Press Release Marketing Kit to set you up in this business. For example, to bring clients to you, he includes what he calls “a powerful, professionally written 1,700+ word lead-gen report, ‘5 Reasons Why Every Business Should Use Press Releases!'”. You... [...]

45% of small businesses still don’t have a website

The small business world is slowly catching up with the new digital reality: a business without a website is losing sales. But a poll by CNBC in conjunction with Survey Monkey reveals that there is still a large group of businesses that are hesitant to invest in a site.Barriers include fear of the expected high cost, a feeling that the process is too complicated for the average business person, and concern that the investment won’t pay off.Website building software(such as WordPress) and hosting providers (such as Wix) with special site building tools are making it easier for business owners... [...]

Flaxie WP theme builds websites for local businesses #ad

Flaxie WP Theme is a new premium WordPress theme, with a developer’s license that allows you to build as many sites as you want.It was primarily built for marketing agencies, so it comes with:► 15 Done For You Local Demo Site Templates► 15 Social Media Cover Designs► 15 Local Business Card Designs► 15 Local Flyer DesignsThis theme is more than just a design for your agency website. You can just as easily use your developer’s license to build customer sites, because this theme is so flexible. It’s not just responsive; that’s a given these days. It also has:■... [...]

Help local businesses improve their website results #ad

As an experienced marketer online, you probably know that the ‘Google’s Speed Update’ to their ranking algorithm rolled out July 9 2018.If you are a consultant to local businesses, that provides a new business opportunity for you. And it could be a start of a long-term relationship with local businesses.This new Google algorithm uses Mobile loading speed to help determine a site’s ranking in the search results. You may know that already, but most local businesses don’t, and even if they did know it:1. They don’t know how their site performs2. They don’t... [...]

Trust Social, path to better sales? #ad

What does it take for a business to attract paying customers? The first priority is establishing trust.It has been shown that positive reviews lead 73% of consumers trust a local business more.As a result of that greater trust, positive reviews made becoming a paying customer more likely.This is as true on the local level as it is for big international corporations. It has been reported that 9 out of 10 consumers read reviews to decide if a business is worth visiting.And those reviews had better be very good. 48% of consumers reported needing at least a four-star rating.The need to demonstrate... [...]