Internet Marketing is an amazing tool. If you've read my prior pages it would seem I've done everything possible to talk you out of hiring me to help you with your Internet Marketing. That's because you have to know what you're up against to be successful. But even more importantly I want you to understand what an unbelievable strategic advantage you have to blow away your largest competitors because many... most... are absolutely incapable of doing what needs to be done. If you are intrapreneurial and work as a team and more concerned about growing your company than protecting your turf the sky is the limit.
You will learn that the Internet is a pull marketing strategy. You are offering precisely what you customer is looking for instead of running an expensive ad for a limited amount of time in the hope that someone actually interested in your product stumbles upon it. You can offer your product in multiple ways because the Internet gives you this marvelous warehouse with unlimited capacity to hold web pages offering your product or service to interested people 24/7 at virtually no cost.
You have a means of showing your product or service to people who need it who are not specifically searching for it.
You will learn how to use keyword research tools to literally look into your customer's or potential customer's mind to determine new products or services and to measure the competition for that product or service.
You have all this capability at your fingertips and for an incredibly low cost. All you have to do is learn how to use it.
You're probably asking yourself why, if this guy really knows how to do all this stuff, why isn't he doing it himself? I actually do. I have several successful online businesses. I do this to help raise working capital.
I sign a non-compete agreement designating that I will not sell any products or services sold on my client's site.
I sign an agreement stating that I will not accept competing clients. Some web marketing consultants boast that they are experts in a particular industry and that's a good thing if it's local SEO they're not representing competing companies in the same locality. But what if it's National SEO? Think about it. You would be getting paid by two or more people to accomplish exactly the same goal. How do you ethically reconcile it if you're more successful with one client than another? In my mind you can't because you violate you fiduciary obligation with the more successful client if you share the tactic and violate your fiduciary obligation to other clients if you don't share it.
I ask my clients to sign a non-compete agreement that they will not sell any product or service sold on my stores.
I bill once a month with payment due upon receipt. I accept cash, all major credit cards and PayPal.
I provide a detailed explanation work performed by date.
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I DO NOT SHARE OR SELL ANY INFORMATION.
I will sign whatever non-disclosure or non-compete agreements required.
Payment can be made by Check or Money Order for anyone not wanting to use their credit card under any circumstances over the Internet.
I will not constantly badger you with annoying junk emails.