22 Nov

Offline Snatcher – How to Find & Grab Hot Offline Leads Using YouTube


So how can Offline Snatcher help Me?

Quick Answer: Because this is a method that really does help you find offline clients very easily.

See the next section below to find out more.

So, what's in Offline Snatcher, then? Tell me more!

Module 1: The Offline Snatcher Blueprint

– Learn this simple blueprint to finding the leads (works in UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Sweden & Spain) 

– Discover how you can prize out:

*The FRESHEST leads (these are the HOTTEST businesses)

*Leads with the fattest marketing budgets

*Businesses sorted via category

*Businesses sorted via Location

Module 2: Setting Up Your Freemium Service(s)

*Step by step instructions of suggested services to offer businesses

*Out-tasking strategies and recommendations

*Details of other services you can offer

Module 3: Closing The Deal

*Simple techniques you can use to increase the closing rate:

*The “Fight for the food” method

*The “S.M.S.” method (not mobile messaging !)

*The “Expert media” method

*The “Fight for the food” method

Module 4: Upsell Strategies

*What services to combine to increase your profit margin

*Simple ideas on the Sales Funnel

(great for beginners, but experienced markters will already be doing these)

*The ONE service you MUST be offering businesses right now (and it's not Fanpages, though I do talk about them too  )



Originally Posted by ShaneWilliams View Post

When you were generous enough to allow me a sneak peek into this, I was expecting it to have some content for sure, but nothing like this.

You have a great teaching style and make it super simple for anyone of any level to jump on this.

The mods are packed and I LOVE the summary section you provide below each video….makes for very easy access when you need to go back and review.

Thanks for all the relative links you provide, and especially your Closing The Deal and Upsell Strategiessections!

I'm not going to go into major detail because there's no reason to spill this method. It is wise investment for anyone involved in offline at all.

The proceeds are going to a much needed cause. You are a super guy for looking out for your fellow neighbors on this planet.

Way to go Dez….you hit a homer with this one


Originally Posted by DaveOffen View Post
You can tell who is genuinely working "in the trenches". If you take a look at some of Dez's posts in othersWSO's you will see that he ask searching questions of the product owners, and lots of little tips n tricks in other posts.

And, if you know someone is walking the walk, you can be sure that the strategies shared are tried and tested.

And these strategies are VERY cool. Not only are the leads Red Hot, but they'rereally FRESH too!

So couple the lead gen strategies with Dez's follow up training and you're on a sure fire winner.

Apparently this is Dez's first WSO… It's put together beautifully, like a seasoned pro.

Awesome job mate!

Originally Posted by defaultuser View Post
Hey Dez!

Wow. I have been bursting at the seams in excitement to talk about this course. We know by now that all great ideas are simple ones.

This idea is not just brilliant, but quite simple and to be honest, elegant.

And profit going to charity to boot?

Get on this, help the needy, use the information, and make some money.

Sounds like a great idea to me!

Originally Posted by John Trader View Post
Super-simple method for finding hot leads in offline business. I mean really simple, easy to implement and easy to follow through. That's the first video in module 1. If you're an experienced marketer, you could stop right there and be good to go — and have another very effective leads-gen method to add to your client-getting arsenal. But that's the course's *starting* point… The course is 4 complete modules

After you learn the basic Offline Snatcher Blueprint, Dez shares detailed strategies to less experienced marketers or simply marketers who want an over-the-shoulder view of someone who's already "doing it." How to avoid cold calling the business, how to approach, services to offer, outsourcing ideas… Some of this will be familiar but overall a very useful WSO. Information provided for US, UK, Australian and many other markets. 

*there was a slight glitch on the background audio for a couple of the videos but in a brief chat with Dez he noted that he was already aware of it and would be uploading the fix momentarily. (Fantastic customer service, BTW.)
If you're an offline marketer who wants to add more clients to your business, you will find useful strategies and practical hands-on steps to follow. His course is a recommend.

22 Sep

Super Easy Tube Traffic Review

Super Easy Tube Traffic is a great introduction on how to use YouTube to create content that is of value to others for the purposes of branding and promotion.

In Super Easy Tube Traffic, Zane Miller overviews every major step required to get going with YouTube, from keyword research, to channel optimization, right through to social bookmarking and even how best to use outsourcing.

I've been using YouTube as one of my lead generation strategies for over 2 years, but Zane shares some golden nuggets in this course which I know you will either not have heard of before, or you're not yet implementing with maximal effect.
Zane Miller really is an expert in YouTube – his nickname is the The YouTube Sherpa – and not without good cause, as he has built an entire business around creating great content and sharing it on the world's most popular video sharing site.

Great content which capture your audience has always been at the heart of what YouTube is about, and that's exactly where Zane is coming from. Rather than gaming the system, Zane shows you how to leverage YouTube to your best advantage, without coming across as spammy or false.

Super Easy Tube Traffic is a terrific introduction to YouTube and something that you will undoubtedly come back to again and again as your experience grows.
26 Jul

The power of networking with social media & video – how I got Dan Ariely to leave a comment on my blog (unintentionally!)

Click here to find out how to add a new income stream to your life

The video is *really* quiet, so turn up your speakers to full :)

Dan Ariely's book Predictably Irrational is a superb dive into the psychology behind why people make the buying decisions that they do, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it at the beginning of 2011.

What is more interesting is that I inadvertently attracted his attention – he wrote a comment on my Mad Web Scientist – which is pretty cool in my books.

So what if you intentionally used this strategy? It might just work, particularly if you did a whole string of short videos detailing your thoughts on a particular author's work.

Now, have a think why that might be useful attention to get, and write your thoughts below, in the comments section.

A bientot!


07 Apr

How are You Branding You? (Google Will Tell You)

I finally left my 16 year old teaching career recently, to work full time on the internet. When the head teacher gave the traditional speech at the end of the school term, he said this:

"I'd heard about Dez Futak doing 'something on the internet', so I thought I'd find out for myself. Well, when I Googled his name this morning just to check, I discovered 7 pages of links with his name, so I guess what he's doing must be working!"

So how do you brand your business online?

The best way is by leveraging what the technologies behind the internet to help amplify the effect of your own content creation.

Most businesses now recognise that this is of paramount importance in the increasingly transparent world of the internet.

How do you want your business or personal presence to be perceived by others?

Increasingly, the first place people are going to find out about you is online. It's the natural thing to do.

In order to maximize the chance that they'll find information about you that you want them to know, you must be putting out content regularly, through many different channels.

I was shocked (I shouldn't have been really) to find a freelance job being advertised this morning, where the main task was to use "Astroturfing" techniques against another company in order to tarnish its reputation.

Online reputation management, social media management and content creation are now longer a luxury for a select few large corporations.

Every business must now seriously consider how it wants to be known.

Gone are the days of simple Search Engine Optimization strategies – we now also have social media optimization, reputation optimization, and so on.

So how do you go about leveraging these online technologies?

Here are a few simple ways to leverage your existing content:

  • Use Ping.fm to join together your social media accounts
  • You can also use Pixelpipe to perform a similar function
  • Join up your Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn accounts to cross post
  • Use SocialOomph to time the release of blog posts and Tweets
  • Use a video syndication service such as TubeMogul, Traffic Geyser or Content Buzz to magnify your media content in many different locations

There are, of course many other ways to amplify the effect of your dynamic content online, such as the use of WordPress plugins which automatically publish your content to RSS feeds, Web2.0 properties such as Squidoo and so on.

In fact, not a month now goes by without some new and clever traffic-getting tool popping up online, and from the ones I've seen so far, they all seem excellent.

So, the battle is on: either you are branding your business, or someone else will for you, whether you like it (perhaps because you've outsourced your social media management to them), or not.

But you can't just sit by and hope. You've got to act. And now would be as good a time as any…