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Need marketers to call new businesses I provide. Make $200 TO START everyday with with me

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by marcmarcmarc, Nov 9, 2010.

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  1. marcmarcmarc

    marcmarcmarc Registered Member

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    I need about ten dedicated people to call businesses for me.

    I have access to around 20,000 new businesses in the U.S. each week.

    We couldn't exhaust this if we tried, and if we did, we'd be millionaires several times over every week
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    I'll tell you why we have an advantage over ANYONE who contacts these businesses - we're the first to get to them. No one has called these people and tried to sell them anything yet. They're new, and they need and want what we're offering them.

    There's a lot of things we could offer, but I'm having huge success with press releases. We offer to write and distribute a press release for their new business and charge them $300. I made 4 sales yesterday and 4 sales today, totaling $2400 in the past two days. It's huge.


    These people are also prime candidates for upsells. If they're new and spending money, what else could we sell them? SEO services? a website? a mobile website? A lisiting in Google Places?

    The list goes on and on and on.

    Sorry if I'm rambling, but I'm pretty excited. For the first time ever I'm making money on the internet.

    Here's what you would be doing:
    I will provide you with a list of these business. You just call 'em up and tell them what we can do for them. The dialogue that's been working extremely well for me is:

    "Hi, how long have you guys been in business?"
    "Cool. Well, I would love to write your company a press release and distribute it to all the relevant media outlets as a way to announce your presence to the world."

    That's it. It's been working for me. I do, however, encourage you to come up with something even BETTER, if possible.

    What I do
    After I give you a list of places to call and you make a sale, I take care of everything else. I write the press release, distribute it, and deal with the companies.

    I do want you to show me that you can do this. I don't want to give my list out to people who aren't using it effectively. Let's talk. I can give you a list - the same list of companies I'd be calling - today. Generate one sale for me as evidence that you're an asset. After that, you're hired.

    As a side note, I don't want to do this forever. I'm thinking I can go at it for a few months, then have more than enough money to branch off into other projects I've been wanting to do. I would love to pass this along to my top performer.

     
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  2. KBC-12

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    I think your title is kinda misleading. Not a great way to start JVs IMO.

    So your paying $200 per sale, if I understand correctly...

    When you say "they're new". Do you mean the leads/list or do you mean they are new businesses? Like under 6 months old for example.

    How many calls each day did you make to get those 4 sales?

    This does have a lot of potential if everything is legit & I understand your post correctly. I guess you were excited to make the post. Lol, that's understandable. :)

    Are these US businesses? Are you in the US?

    Do you have website? Will we have contract? You are paying commission on the first sale right?

    I used to work for a Fortune 500 company doing sales & marketing. I did a lot of phone sales. Spoke with a ton of small business owners. I have done a number of other projects on the phones since then as well.

    PM me with all the relevant details please. I have a few questions about the press releases too.

    KBC
     
  3. marcmarcmarc

    marcmarcmarc Registered Member

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    The title is in no way misleading. You could make at least $200/day doing calls for me.

    When I say they're new, I mean they've been open for less than two weeks.

    It took me about 40 calls yesterday and 40 today. Roughly 3 hours on the phone. Same success rate each day- about 10%.

    Theres no contracts or anything and I dont have a website because frankly, I don't need one. Theres enough guys with sales experience that've contacted me and wanna do this thing. If someone thinks I'm gonna screw 'em over then, well, alright. No skin off my back. :)

    If you're still interested, PM me your e-mail address. It's going to take until early tomorrow for me to get everything sorted and organized.



     
  4. Book Writer

    Book Writer Newbie

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    PM sent
     
  5. thomasorosco

    thomasorosco Newbie

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    I would PM but I need at least 15 posts lol...which I think is a bit ridiculous but if you can email me with more information that would be great. my name at yahoo is my email
     
  6. d4l1t0s

    d4l1t0s Power Member

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    Just another Job Offer , If you can get 20K new business per week Why dont you outsource the job to an indian call center or something , you will make way more money that way
     
  7. thomasorosco

    thomasorosco Newbie

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    do you honestly think small business owners are going to be sold by a heavily accented seller who really isn't trying because hes getting paid either way? The motivation to sell from people on BHW will be considerably higher than a call center so its a win win.
     
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    If they are english speaking business owners, who in the heck will buy from an Indian in a call center? They are harder to understand. Getting some random caller who is hard to understand does not help. What the OP is doing sounds like he is trying to create his own call center.
     
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    Just to bring some news , indians call centers are now trainend on the English Accent before even being traned on how to sell stuff :)
    I m not indian , or never been in india , but I use to work with a B2B call center as a team leader and the company had a call center in india , I was amazed by the quality of service in there and the way they train people to actually speak english like natives . Youca n really tell the difference on the phone .
    and as Why india , it is because it is the cheapest place around for cal centers.
    And if by himslef could made 4 sales already he can make 10 more times with proper sales agents :)
     
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    " We offer to write and distribute a press release for their new business and charge them $300"
    what, Specifically, are these businesses expecting? I know they want more customers and I'm not sure submitting an article to an online press release news site is going to bring in more local customers to their brick & mortar store.
     
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    PM sent
     
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    This is what I was thinking.
     
  15. marcmarcmarc

    marcmarcmarc Registered Member

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    Thank for the interest folks. I've got ten guys and am currently getting lists together. It's more labor intensive and tedious than I thought it would be.



    Yeah I did. Thanks.
     
  16. marcmarcmarc

    marcmarcmarc Registered Member

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    It gives them the opportunity to get some eyeballs on their business, that's all. It's worth it for $300.
     
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    Can't PM because I spend more time posting on other boards than this one, but do you have a Skype or something similar I can hit you on? I just realized I haven't posted here yet and I've been around for almost a year, heh. I'm interested and have sales experience. Kinda already have a small plan formulating in my head. :)
     
  18. MrOrange

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    Yes I think your sales script could be improved. Sent a pm.
     
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    retracting my coments
     
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    How good is your list? What's the lead source? Is this something like YP scraped list?

    Normally post registration of a new business the biz owners are
    bombarded with solicitations, so I would assume the cold call conversion
    rate is pretty narrow.

    Are you targeting the new start up bizs or confining to particular niche?

    Please elaborate.
     
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