Tag: offline marketing

The Different Offline Marketing Strategies

"The Different Offline Marketing Strategies"

With so much online promotion and marketing going on today, business owners often ignore or discount the value of promoting your business offline.  Maybe you think promoting your business or website online is not giving you your much desired traffic and visitors. fF that’s the case, it may be time to start thinking about doing …

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8 Uncommon Offline Marketing Ideas

"8 Uncommon Offline Marketing Ideas"

Whenever you think of offline marketing, the usual things that come into your mind are newspaper ads, flyers, yellow pages, posters, TV ads, word-of-mouth, etcetera, etcetera. But if you have done all of these and still fall short of your expectations, perhaps some improvisation is in need. So now we’re going to provide supplementary ideas …

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Internet Marketers – Offline Businesses Need Your Help

"Internet Marketers – Offline Businesses Need Your Help "

Is it too late to tap all the profit potential of consulting to offline businesses? It seems that all your local businesses have started putting up their own websites. But if you scroll through your local business listings and see a lot of the entries have websites, that doesn’t mean they don’t need you. Offline …

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Mail Order Selling – Six tips for Success

"Mail Order Selling - Six tips for Success"

People still use catalogs to purchase gift items – except now they do it differently. While direct mail catalogs are still one of the oldest forms of offline marketing for small and big businesses alike and some say they have seen a significant downturn, some people still like to buy from catatogs or at least …

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Gathering Testimonials – May I Quote You?

"Gathering Testimonials - May I quote You?"

Have you ever wondered how to get more testimonials for your small business? But been afraid to ask for them? Do what I do: Whenever someone says something nice about my company (or me) in print, on the phone or in person, I say “thank you” and then follow it with “may I quote you?” …

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