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Get TONS of referrals from your clients, the BH way :)

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by pbagda, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. pbagda

    pbagda Newbie

    Nov 25, 2008
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    A very very very effective way to get referrals is to add a compulsory signature to all outgoing emails on your SMTP server. For example, let's say you companys name is 123 Web Design Inc, you make another website or just a section in your website for a fictive company called 123 IT Solutions Inc.

    Then you add your message at the bottom of all outgoing emails on ur server which will look something like:

    This E-Mail is virus free, Protection was provided by 123 IT Solutions Inc.

    Even if youre doing business with SMBs who have 2-3M of rev/year you can be sure they send at least 100 to 300 emails on a daily basis and all those people they send emails too are going to be SMBs or people who have projects etc ...

    if you want more info on how to do this just do a quick Google search for Q1601: How can I add a disclaimer or an advertisement to a message?
  2. johnjayrivera

    johnjayrivera Newbie

    Nov 29, 2010
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    This is a smart strategy and definitely worth looking into. I know you just posted this a few days ago but I wonder if anyone has any experiences implementing this in their business. I also wonder how clients would feel if they realize that you've added a signature to their outgoing mail via the SMTP server. Most probably won't even catch it but just curious to know. I guess we can always let them know that it is a requirement and if they want it removed they can pay extra to remove it OR maybe tell them that they'd be liable for any viruses spread through their emails without this disclaimer. Just a thought.
  3. irancrude

    irancrude Power Member

    Jul 16, 2008
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    The idea is good, but the whole process is missing at this post.
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