Well, I run an offline marketing firm based around Mobile SMS marketing, and pretty much everything mobile. The SMS marketing has HUGE potential for businesses. I've got a great business model written up along with (what I think) is a decent pitch? It may be too long though! I almost feel like I need a mentor in the field to help me with grasping clients attention within 4 minutes, rather than trying to explain SMS marketing in a whole, blowing their mind and losing them in all the techie details. Yet I don't want to come off as a typical salesmen trying to sell them the same old shit. Also, in my pamphlet that I give to each business, (it has a lot of pages, but tons of great information, I just think it may be too much of a read) I don't list the price page, which I thought could have helped, but I don't think it does, what are your thoughts on that? Another thing I do is offer a completely free, no contract, 30 day free trial. I still can't seem to grab them with that? Is there another way of offering a free trial without wording it that way? Trying to pitch to corporations is the biggest pain in the ass, because 99% of them have marketing departments that will just completely head the other direction and take your idea. How can I prevent this and even persuade corps. into taking the free trial? SO many questions, SO much running through my head. I appreciate all positive/helpful suggestions for offline client gain. Thanks guys! P.S. If you're wanting to get into mobile SMS marketing to become a reseller, don't hesitate to PM me.