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As Frank Kern (finally) mentioned this week during his 2011 State Of The Internet Address – “Most of us are probably making the same mistake… most people are just relying on the internet to get customers.”
I’m amazed no one else has ever really come out and said this before – because it’s fundamental to running a successful business.
I first presented on this whole ‘going offline’ concept at an exclusive online marketing event hosted by Ed Dale back in 2008 … and really loved sharing some of this stuff during all 3 Challenge.co conferences around the world in 2010.
So, after being part of this marketing community and a faculty members for Challenge.co + Challenge Plus for around 3 years and due to amazing feedback and Ed’s pushing, I have finally decided to put together a course to help you discover how to boost your website’s traffic + increase conversion rates with a bunch of little known, yet easily implemented offline marketing techniques.
If you don’t use offline techniques to generate new business you are literally leaving money on the table, it’s pretty obvious… BUT
I see so many people obsessed with running an online business and doing online marketing. So obsessed, they become blinkered and forget they are actually running a real world business with only a single channel to market – which is the web.
Whatever you sell, the chances are you have a bigger marketplace offline – people who don’t avidly search Google every day for your services – yet people who would still buy what you do or what you sell.
Have you ever stopped to consider these people, this untapped marketplace and these new and undiscovered channels to market?
… and the best bit is, in the program I show you how you can put easily implementable systems in place so you can use and leverage what you’re already doing in your “online marketing” to reach these people offline – very very cost effectively.
There is a short 6min video covering everything about the course, and why I (along with Ed Dale + Frank) think this is going to be one of the biggest shifts in the internet marketing community in 2011.
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