Jul 172010
 

Do you spend so many hours online every day that it never crosses your mind that many of your potential customers may not be as internet-focused as you are? Does your entire marketing budget go into internet marketing techniques and strategies such as advertising on blogs or ezines, PPC advertising or maybe outsourcing writing or SEO for your websites? Why not take a portion of that budget and spend it on offline marketing methods as well? Marketing offline might be a lot more profitable that you think! There are some well tested strategies for marketing your business offline; let’s look at a few of them.

This method deals with flier distribution but check your local laws on this one. Is it allowed to put one on your people’s doors? Is putting a flier underneath a car’s windshield wiper prohibited? Print up a bunch of fliers for your business (printing and cutting the fliers yourself is a good way save money for this project) and distribute them in whatever way that you are allowed to distribute them. Now just pass them out the best way that you can; you can even pay others to do it for you. {Put a coupon code into the fliers so you can track your success!} Never underestimate the power of making money online. Get all the details at this Halloween Super Affiliate bonus blog

Riders of public transportation have a unique opportunity. Your clothing can be used to make people aware of your online business. This beats the price of other advertising source by a long shot. Also, remember that it is a practice of many printing companies to offer first-time customers a free print on “the house.” Once you have your free design feel free to where it when you catch the bus or train and in public place whenever you have an opportunity to do so. The more you “wear” your URL in the public the more eyes that will come across it and that means more visitors to your site.

Don’t forget to get some attractive business cards made and always have some on you. The next person you hand your business card to, whether at a dinner party or a business lunch could be your next client! Converse with the people around you as much as possible; this is one of the first rules of being successful in any business. You can attract a surprising number of clients by simply being sociable! The same way you might distribute pens or keychains you can leave your business card in as many locations as you can think of. Look at this Halloween Super Affiliate page

These are only the obvious ways to market offline. Once you open your mind and start thinking as a marketer then ideas will flow to you. Your imagination coupled with offline marketing are ingredients that will take you past any realistic goal that you set. You can reach people who have never used a computer before as well as people who only use their computers for e-mailing and typing papers. If you can learn to use other mediums along with the internet to create a far reaching system then you are starting to get a feel of what marketing is all about. Finding new traffic sources is one of the main components to consistent growth. Do you think that the million dollar marketer use only online methods?

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