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Offline Letter

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by clplayer, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. clplayer

    clplayer Junior Member

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    I plan to mail out 20-50 letters this weekend. Can anyone help me with a short offline letter to send out about website design and SEO?

    Thanks,
    Roll Tide
     
  2. testeee

    testeee Registered Member

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    Well, I may be wrong, but I wouldn't say the words webdesign or SEO. Talk more about how you can help him get more leads using the internet and try to get an appointment.
     
  3. slicer

    slicer BANNED BANNED

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    Sorry to say doing this type of letter you are thinking of, would be wrong.

    The one I have made is more directed at being hired to critique their present plan and tell them why it is not preforming.

    Far better approach.
     
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  4. bigpurpleguy

    bigpurpleguy Junior Member

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    How are you going to make your target more money?
     
  5. needknees

    needknees Newbie

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    Offer to do a free website critique - all they need to do is reply to the letter with their name and website.
    Use camtasia and upload the video.

    Alternatively, pick ten websites - create camtasia videos, send them out and see how they go.

    Might be an idea to use Google Places accounts that are varified too. Accurate details.
     
  6. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    20-50 letters? Do you realise what the response rate is to direct mail?
    Like 0.02%!