Welcome to my latest offline marketing report. In this report I’m
going to show you why the hottest offline targets are ‘New
Businesses’ wherever you’re located.
I’ll also show you how to find them, how to approach them and
how you can set this up as an on-going practically automatic coldleadz review . And I’ll also cover some of the pitfalls to avoid while
doing this method. So, let’s get started!
First, I want to quickly quote Perry Marshall, an extraordinarily
successful internet marketer here in Chicago…. "It's very important to recognize the coldleadz review between a principle and a
technique. A technique is a "trick" that you use to get something done,
something that works in a very specific situation. A principle, however, is something that's universally true, something that
transcends any particular company or circumstance. Today we're going to
talk about principles, not techniques. That means that not only does this information apply to my business, it
applies to your business, and every other business. Secondly, that means this
information will be just as true 20 years from now as it is today. Businesses
are failing today because they are ignoring principles and trying to replace
them with techniques." There are no doubt other ways to reach these businesses at the
‘Golden Moment’, but first, you have to recognize the unique
power of targeting these types of coldleadz review.
All the years I’ve been developing client’s businesses, I’ve come
to notice something that you should know: Maybe that’s obvious, but make sure you connect to the
importance of that statement. These people did not arrive at the
moment of ‘Grand Opening’ by accident. It was part of a major
plan, I can assure you.
These folks no doubt invested tens of thousands of dollars, often
much of it borrowed, and have probably designed elaborate plans
for their soft opening, then grand opening, then the early months of
They have established relationships with suppliers, and hired staff,
trained staff, complied with all kinds of government requirements,
state and local, and signed leases in most cases. Leases that cost
plenty and also provide for severe penalties for non-payment.