Local Marketing



          How a SFI business owner get his new signups and customers talking? When customers or clients LIKE a business for whatever reason, You can bet they will recommend it to others. That’s why word of mouth advertising is so IMPORTANT to a GOOD MARKETING System. Find the market niche, explain the uniqueness of the product promoted and the SFI opportunity. When people are excited about your product or business opportunity They will tell their friends and relatives, They will save you lots of dollars and many hours of time in marketing. When they do the advertising, you can better invest your energies Working IN your business instead of FOR it. For example the Liquid Nutrition Veruini on TripleClicks. This is a great seller once people actually try it for a month. Get your product into the hands of the right people at the right time. Use those folks who are upstanding and reputable in your community and encourage them to TRY, USE, and LET OTHERS KNOW About your product or service. Become involved with community and charitable events to get your SFI business name on the mouths of the people. It can definitely promote a healthy and optimistic attitude in the minds of those who attend. In many cases, they will frequent your business or buy your products initially because of a single like-minded event you were a part of. This is a great way to appeal to the side of people who wants to help a person who helps others. You’ve seen it, we all have. A person volunteers to help the homeless for years and then suddenly, their house burns down. You usually then see a news story on it locally and see that tons of friends and businesses rally together to help the person rebuild. Create new catch phrases and promotions to bring attention to the name, nature, and product of your business. The goal of word of mouth advertising is obviously to get them talking. For more original and exciting tips and information concerning this and other tools for your own guerilla marketing campaign.

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