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Need Suggest for Virtual Office

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by gloom, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. gloom

    gloom Regular Member

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    In mid-September, I will launch the Virtual Office. There are several marketing techniques that I will apply, such as Facebook Ads, Google AdWords, SEO, Blog Posts and Forum Posts. In my country, especially in the city where my business run, many people not familiar with Virtual Office, even my friends.

    Is any tips for me how to raise this business where people so rare to know this?

    many thanks
     
  2. gritts

    gritts Junior Member

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    If I understand correctly you plan on starting your own virtual office service, right? If so, then definitely focus on some good reasons as to why businesses should use your service, check out some of the existing sites for ideas. That pitch should give them a clearer idea about what it's about.
     
  3. chesstrainer

    chesstrainer Newbie

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    you can try to replicate the services from different virtual offices here in the states. that alone should be a good task.
     
  4. Tangy

    Tangy Regular Member

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    Congrats on getting your business going, OP! Here are a couple of suggestions off of the top of my head:

    1) Go to a few major virtual office websites and try to clone as many of their services as possible. I won't mention any, but just choose the top ad results for queries like "virtual office" on Google. The companies who are spending the most probably have a good sales funnel that you can make use of to perfect your approach.

    2) I would highly suggest trying to get some local media attention. Business-to-business services on a local level generally work well for story material for local newspapers, radio shows, etc. so if you can get some attention, do it!

    3) Don't forget to go after referral business from all of your signups. Small business owners and those who would use a virtual office almost always know others who would benefit from it, so be sure to offer them some free months or something for every referral.

    Good luck!
     
  5. jackens

    jackens Newbie

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    Depends where you from but very important factor is the price. People they want to rent virtual office don't want to spend a lot. To find customers you may go to some places where you may meet young people willing to have own company e.g. if you have any Uni or Economics School in you city.
     
  6. gloom

    gloom Regular Member

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    Thanks dude for answering my questions :)

    since my Design Interior guy overload with his work, maybe my business will lately open :(

    ummm... thanks :)

    i had replicate other service with adding the competitor doesn't offer

    thanks for the answers mate :)
    1. Done
    2. It's highly cost.. what do you think? am i wrong?
    3. hahahah... good advice :D

    mmm i will do it