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First Client!

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by VastheBo$$, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. VastheBo$$

    VastheBo$$ Junior Member

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    So I have been writing a journey ( check out my posts to see it ) where I start my own offline company. We offer app development, mobile websites and digital services. I acquired another app client and I'm drawing up the detail for that project. This thread however is for my first mobile website client. The lady works at a nail salon and she wants to increase her business. I'm looking into ranking her for certain keywords as well as optimizing her G+ page and google ads. Anyone have any tips on pricing and optimization?

    Thanks BHW
     
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  2. ArtVandelay

    ArtVandelay Power Member

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    Congrats!
    I wish I could help you out but you're now officially leagues ahead of me. Though I hope to catch up soon :D

    Keep doing what you're doing
    Art
     
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    tompots Elite Member Premium Member

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    Congratulations on your first sale. When it comes to offline business you should really get a feel for what the market in your area is, to get your prices that way you stay competitive and don't accidentally over price.
     
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  4. GiorgioB

    GiorgioB Supreme Member

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    So its mobile website client? Or SEO client?

    Either way, the best thing is to think to yourself how much time and energy you will put into this, how much more money the customer will make once its done and how much other people are charging for the same thing.

    THink about all that, then set yourself a price which you think is reasonable. Then, ask her what her budget is before even mentioning a price. If her budget is lower than your idea, then tell her the minimum is your idea. If ther budget is above.. then you just hesitate for a few seconds, and say "ok, i guess I can make an exception for you...'
     
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  5. VastheBo$$

    VastheBo$$ Junior Member

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    Well she is both. I'm creating a custom exposure package for her. The mobile website is part of that.
    I will rank her for new keywords, increase new G+ reviews and increase conversions for the mobile and static sites.
     
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    Congrats man! Keep going!