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online marketing for offline business

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by kiji999, Sep 19, 2014.

  1. kiji999

    kiji999 Newbie

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    Hi

    I own a real business as a financial planner with different other profesionnals. (sorry for my bad English speaking, not my main language). I would like to build a e-mail marketing list to grow up my email database and emailing i do every two weeks to my current customer.

    I was thiking about purchase 4 or 5 domain name. Put a different landing page on each (only a few words, 3 points form with a form (mailchimp) to fill up to receive the info with autoreceiver

    I have a few concepts which are unknown that im pretty sure people would love. I would contact those very specific people via linkedin.

    What you think?
    I don't code, would you use:
    wix?
    instapage?
    kickofflabs?
    other?

    What should i take care of?

    Thanks
     
  2. jahaz

    jahaz Regular Member

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    As an american I know there are some issues for financial planners having a web presence. I would check this before you get in trouble. How do you think these people will find your page? You should write some blogs about your ideas and put them on your website. Then do some basic SEO to get traffic. Without knowing more thats the best advice I can give.
     
  3. kiji999

    kiji999 Newbie

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    Hi

    Thanks for the advice, i already made a few call about it. We already have a blog with newletters and good traffic withourbrandname.com. I wanted to add a few other website like lesstaxess.com. yourwastingmoney.com etc with a landing page on each, a few good line with optin so people put their email to get more info. i would drive traffic there using linkedin and facebook contest.

    then, they get all the info via mailchimp or an autoresponder.

    isnt it good to build an email list? what should i use best to create the landing page?
     
  4. macdonjo3

    macdonjo3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Probably WordPress, but I can't talk too horribly about Wix either. I took over a client's Wix site, and ended up getting decent SERPs with it.
     
  5. aposterioris

    aposterioris Newbie

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    I think your best bet would be a you tube channel with a few different videos promoting your services. They could be ranked quicker and you can have a link redirecting them to your main site giving your main site more link juice and authority. At the same time you can continue increasing you mail list with an established site providing you more trust. Just saying.��
     
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    I second Wordpress as it's easy to use and it makes on-page SEO and ranking a lot easier with a few plugins.
     
  7. kiji999

    kiji999 Newbie

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    thanks!

    I am thinking about adding a page to my actual blog and buy domain to link those page directly.