Local Business Videos To Help YOU!

I received quite some questions about my post on Make Money Helping Local Businesses from last week.

Some people wondered if there weren’t already too many other Internet marketers doing this.

The answer is NO.
Of course there are people already helping local business. They found out how profitable a market this can be and they are already making good money.

Still, they’re just a drop in the ocean.
There are thousands and thousands of local business owners who are desperately seeking for just a little bit of professional help and they’re willing to pay for that. Don’t forget, this market is HUGE!

A Local Business
Photo Credit: Alex Castellá

Another remark I got from a lot of people was, that they don’t feel confident enough to really help local businesses to make a profitable online appearance. They doubted if they had enough knowledge of search engine optimization and building local websites.

I had a discussion with some of these people and it turned out that they all were able to set this business up. They just lacked some confidence.

And I understand that.
It’s a big step to take and you definitely want to make sure you can make it before jumping in.

That’s why I bought the rights to a series of 10 videos, explaining how to set up your business helping local entrepreneurs.

Here’s what you’ll discover in these videos:

Video 1 The One Crucial Local Business Sentence

Video one discusses the first meeting with a perspective client (a small business owner) and the one crucial sentence that you should ALWAYS use to start the conversation.

Video 2 Building The Local Site

Video 2 covers building a site for a local business. It’s really easy to do, and I use a content management system (CMS) called WordPress to do it.

Videos 3-6 Customizing Your Local Site

Videos 3 through 6 deal with customizing the site and taking it from looking like the typical WordPress blog that you get when you first install WordPress and turning it into something that looks, feels and acts like a regular website.
Detailed instructions are provided to optimize your local websites.

Video 7 Google Local Business Center

This next step is to get the business and its website listed in the Google Local Business Center/Google Maps. This will get the business listed.

Video 8 The Best Local Business Traffic Source

This section is going to briefly cover the best traffic source for your client’s site. As far as I’m concerned, social networks are the best traffic source that you can use for this. Sure the search engines are great, and that traffic will come naturally, but you can go out and get the traffic pro-actively via social networks and not wait for it to come searching for you.

Video 9 Recurring Local Business Income

This section is going to cover how to setup your business in such a way that you create a recurring income that comes in month after month, rather than one shot deals where you only get paid one time for creating a website for a local business.

Video 10 Local Business Summary

Well, that about wraps it all up.
We’ve covered everything from the first conversation with your perspective client, all the way to setting things up in such a way that you’ll getting a recurring income from each client.

You can get these videos from me…
FREE of charge…
IF you buy the Offline Gold For The Online Marketer.

I’m doing this to help you, but I only want to give this away to serious marketers who are willing to try and investigate a new and powerful opportunity.

20 Bucks is all it takes folks.
For a measly $20 you get an outstanding guide to help you set up your local business venture, backed up by 10 outstanding videos.

It doesn’t come easier than this.
Buy Offline Gold For The Online Marketer now and I’ll send you the 10 local business videos in a personal email.

Let me know what you think.
Post your comments below.




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10 thoughts on “Local Business Videos To Help YOU!

  1. Case Stevens says:

    Hey Art,

    Sent you an email with instructions on how to get the videos.
    Let me know what you think of them.

    Regards,
    Case

  2. Case Stevens says:

    @Darlene
    I’ve just sent you an email containing the download instructions. Please get back to me if you didn’t receive them.
    And if you did, tell us what you think of them.
    Wishing you lots of success.
    Case

  3. Hibernian says:

    I’m launching a new business in the next month, is all the information you produce relevant to the UK market?

  4. Case Stevens says:

    @Hibernian
    Yes, you can use all info in the UK.
    Sometimes minor things may be different, like having a Chamber of Commerce in your region, but any other similar organization will do.

  5. Case Stevens says:

    The ebook explains how you can make money by helping local businesses create and improve their online presence.
    One of the topics discussed is about getting local businesses as clients.

  6. Kevin Riley says:

    IMO the most important skill an Internet marketer needs for succeeding when helping offline businesses is salesmanship. To approach small businesses, you need to develop those skills. Well worth spending some time with a successful salesman – esp one who sells to businesses.

  7. Case Stevens says:

    Yes, this guide and the videos are all about having local businesses, including establishment owners, sign up for your services.

  8. Lori says:

    Fact of the matter is, the little local businesses are loosing market share to online marketers, competitors who had found the best practices for small business niche marketing over the Internet. The online world is the place to be, even for the brick and mortar businesses. Great info! Thanks

  9. Ayush says:

    I agree it is a big sector to cover and can result in quick expansions if quality provided.
    Your blog was really informative and a good guidance, cheers — keep it up.

  10. Case Stevens says:

    @Mario
    I’ll see it when you buy.
    But you can also remind me by sending an email to helpdesk, followed by the symbol @ and then my domain name.
    Hope you understand I don’t list it here. 🙂

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