Showing posts with label Offering. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Offering. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Making Money From Home by Offering Online Marketing to Local Offline Businesses

Making Money From Home by Offering Online Marketing to Local Offline Businesses

If this article grabbed your attention then you might already know how huge the internet marketing industry really is. What you may not know is that there is money to be made in selling marketing services to small businesses as well.  Most offline business owners do not understand how important it is to have an online presence or else they would already be online! This is where you come in. It is incredibly easy to set up email marketing campaigns, and a simple website for the online newcomer and profitable at that!

This is the day and age of the internet. It is estimated that 3 million people log on daily in the United States alone, so why not take advantage of this traffic and target it toward small businesses for an income? Even if you are not too familiar with the internet you will still be able to profit and make money from home by doing this. This job is for the newbie and the expert.

It is as simple as setting up a direct response website that can be found on search engines therefore making the clients money, creating a blog, submitting press releases and articles, using social mediums like MySpace or Facebook. This may seem like a lot but its not. If you can send an email or then you can easily charge a monthly fee for your service, same with updating blogs and using FREE services like Facebook and MySpace.

As for the direct response website, its used as a way to grab the customers information such as name, email, and address. This way you can email them or direct mail them the business updates. Not only can you charge upwards of 1200 dollars to set up the site (which might cost you 100 bucks.. maybe) you can also charge a monthly fee for the upkeep of the site.

I'm amazed that more people have not tapped into this gem of a business! It is for anyone who has access to the internet and wants to work for themselves. How would you like to be able to support yourself and your family with putting in maybe 10-15 hours a week? Now you can.

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Saturday, July 29, 2017

PR Firms Not Offering Website Development Or Internet Marketing Services

PR Firms Not Offering Website Development Or Internet Marketing Services

A few months ago I was working with a client in Detroit. I was in the first phases of getting them in a position for people to find their establishment: they had an old number in the yellow pages, 411 information didn't have them listed, and they were no where to be found on the internet. After correcting these issues for them, I was able to sell them a website job, however they opted out of SEO efforts.

While working on the website project for this client, I was absolutely dumbfounded to hear that they had been working with a very prominent PR firm in Detroit, which will remain nameless. I couldn't believe it. What exactly was this PR doing for this client? I found out they had worked on logos, brand image, and menus, but neglected even the simplest things, like listing their place in information!

After chatting with this PR firm, I discovered that they did not offer website development or marketing. Their standpoint was , "we make sure that the client's web developers portray the same image and message." Talk about leaving money on the table!

I thought this would be a great opportunity for any marketing company. I then approached the top four PR firms in metro Detroit, and none of them offer web site development. Yet after many conversations and meetings, I was unable to convince any of them they needed to offer these services to their clients.

To me this is a mystery. How can a PR firm neglect addressing or providing website development in this day and age of technology. Newspapers are dropping like flies. Everyone is looking to the internet for information. Newspaper ads are being replace by blogs and articles. You Tube and Podcasts are replacing TV commercials, yet none of these PR firms think it prudent to offer or provide internet based services to clients.

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