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Offline Business/Clients - What Do You Offer Them?

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by lewi, Nov 5, 2010.

  1. lewi

    lewi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey,

    Ok im looking to get into offline marketing again (i take on a few clients for seo purposes but am looking to expand and offer other services to them as upsells and full marketing packages so to speak).

    So far thanks to Tamra i have the following...

    --autoresponder on website
    --newsletter (online version)
    --update current website, make it client oriented.
    --Facebook Fan Page
    --Twitter
    --Business Directories: Yelp, Merchant Circle, etc
    --Press releases
    --Article writing
    --online commercials (videos )

    Offline stuff works great too.
    --A physical newsletter. (the best) Client pays for this.
    --Teaching the business how to answer the phone.
    --Teaching the sales clerks to up sell when a customer is making a purchase. Fast food restaurants have this down cold.


    Only thing is im not really looking to take on a load of clients that require things to carry on and so will use tools etc and plugins so that their news updates get posted on facebook and twitter etc and they can then login and reply to people and what not but i will setup the bases for them! Then offer packages they can purchase for special events promotions etc etc

    Now the "offline stuff works great too" points can all be done via ebooks teaching them this stuff (except the physical newsletter which i wouldnt do). But if anyone knows or has any of these kinda guides for offline business's or knows where to get them then let me know :)

    But the main point is what else can i offer?

    Lewi
     
  2. principe

    principe Registered Member

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    i think a lot of them are just looing for a good google places rank
     
  3. mrunknown

    mrunknown Regular Member

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    Sent you a PM lewi
     
  4. lewi

    lewi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Got it and replied!

    Lewi
     
  5. darkface

    darkface Senior Member

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    In my opinion it is not what you offer them but how you describe it. How are you planning on marketing yourself? The answer to that rly decides on what you offer.
     
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  6. lewi

    lewi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    That is all sorted!

    But what i was looking for was more ideas on addon services or things i could add to these marketing packages for each client!

    Lewi
     
  7. terry56

    terry56 Junior Member

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    For the more savvy, offer Social Media Management Services.

    You become there voice on FB, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.

    See S3 bucket "letsgetsocial" for mp3's and vids.
     
  8. Washington1

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    As said above, 5% of your problem is the product, 95% is how you sell it. Scarcity principle, social proof, authority....add those to your pitch.