Looking for some opinions from the offline vets: It's that time of the month to start hunting for new clients (ah the joys of outsourcing...) so I'll cut right to the chase. I've been doing personalized screencap'd video reviews on potential clients websites; I send the DVD's in the mail. Gets decent response, but very time consuming as you could imagine, even with video templates. However, I just finished doing a 30 second lead capture video that literally took me 10 minutes to do, and only took 2 hours to get 4 front page listings on Google for a local niche keyword. Fireman Mike had a method where he did a similar thing with the 30 second lead video; he dominated a local keyword with video, but then he did a mass email to everyone in that city's niche. In that video, he basically said, "I'm dominating this keyword, imagine what I can do for you". He also stated that he used a scarcity tactic by putting all the email addresses of the local business owners of that niche in that email, saying, "I only work with 1 client, If you don't work with me, one of these guys will, and trust me, you'll hear about it". Cocky? Yes. Does it work? No clue. Does anyone have experience in his method?