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  )

 

 


***TESTIMONIALS***
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Originally Posted by ShaneWilliams View Post
Dez!!!

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

Shane


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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!


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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!


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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.


Welcome to the Mad Web Scientist!

YouTube’s First EVER Video: Me at the Zoo

Jawed Karim’s impressive geek skills also include being the main coder for Paypal’s real-time anti-fraud protection algorithms, so he’s a prety clever guy 🙂 & he now runs Youniversity Ventures.

So what was it that has made Jared SO incredibly successful? Well, you might think that’s a bit of a daft question, as we all already KNOW that the answers is "YouTube!".

But that’s the power of hindsight. Prior to 2005, YouTube didn’t exist.

And then Jared had a killer idea, which led to what he calls a killer application:

 

 (this is taken from his October 2006 presentation here: http://www.youtube.com/user/jawed#p/u/3/nssfmTo7SZg )

Now, I would dare to go a little step further with this definition, and with my marketing hat on, say this:

A Killer Product or Service is one which is so desirable in its benefits to the end-user, that

it becomes the de facto tool or system that everybody leaps on without any hesitation,

because its real and perceived value is so obvious to all. 

Now, I’ve been riding the Web Waves for a couple of years now, and prior to that I was involved in some pretty geeky projects, so I reckon I know when I can spot such a killer application.

Last week, I came across one, after chatting to a new friend on Facebook. I was looking for a smarter alternative to Goto Webinars, that leveraged video as a core part of the offering, but also at an affordable price.

Well, rather than going into lots of details here (because this is about YouTube after all), I want you to find out yourself, by watching the video below.

If you are involved in any kind of marketing, and you recognise how leveraging video is key to being able to connect with clients and prospects,  then sign up to get instant access to the free 22 minute presentation.

 

 

Welcome to the Mad Web Scientist!

Here’s a recent example of a video embedded with Easy Video Player 2:

 

 

The actual video is on the Web Video Explosion website, which is running FusionHQ – a very powerful marketing platform which allows me to generate websites, sales funnels, "launch trees", affiliate campaigns, and much more.

If you’re serious about online marketing, then both Easy Video Player 2 & FusionHQ will allow you to produce quality online content very quickly.

I’ll be showing you more about both these tools over the next few weeks, giving you a "sneak peak" on how they are used, and how to build sales & marketing funnels using them both.

Dez.

(PS The links to FusionHQ & Easy Video Player 2 are affiliate links, so I will get paid money if you subsequently buy either of the products through my links. I highly recommend both, and am using both on my online marketing).

Chris Pearson is a great model of what business should be like: he is using his skills to help others. Not only that, but he is willing to put himself out there and let other people know what’s happening. You can read more about Chris at his Blog here.

What I love about the video about is what he says (5:30 onwards) about Twitter (& yes, I’m an avid Twitter user, so I’m not shooting down what it offers, by any means!):

“The bottom line is, if you keep getting capital to the tune of $200 million, it’s much harder to make that money back- it becomes more and more of a speculative thing where you’re hoping to get bought out by one of the few players with billions dollars. And that’s a bogus play. Why can’t your goal with your business be to..make your business awesome and not rely on a buyout down the road?  What’s so bad about that – I don’t know….

He pulls no punches with what he says next – but you’ll have to watch the rest of the video to find out! What I particularly like about his diatribe, is that I passionately believe in the same model of doing business: aim for just offering a solution to your clients that is simply the best that it can be. And don’t be afraid to put yourself out there to promote it, because it’s no use waiting for an angel investor to come along and discover your talent. You are the best person to do that.

So, a big round of applause to Mr Pearson for ‘doing the thing’.

By the way – in case you are wondering how I know about Chris, it’s because I buy his stuff. In particular, the Thesis framework theme that this website runs on. Thesis is incredibly flexible, and customizable compared to the bucket-load of themes I’ve used before, that I’m now using it exclusively on web development projects for local businesses. Click on the image below to take a peak at what Thesis can offer. And yes, that is an affiliate link.

Thesis: An Elegant & Customizable Theme Framework for WordPress. Once you've got Thesis, you won't want any other theme.

If you’d like to learn how to generate more leads, and more cash for your Network Marketing or MLM business, without having to spend all of your valuable time reading expensive marketing courses, then read on..

Just click on the button the right and you’ll be re-directed to Mike Dillard’s GetWWN landing page, where you’ll need to fill in your contact details.

Mike is an expert network and internet marketer, who has gone from waiting at tables to a seven figure earner in the last 5 years.

If you want to shortcut the learning curve, be free from the multidude of confusing offers coming your way, and learn how to get the results you want faster, and cheaper, than you ever thought possible, then get “What’s Working Now”, and save yourself thousands of dollars in marketing training (yes, I know – I’ve done that, to my shame!). Click the button!
Mike Dillard knows what he’s talking about – but more than that, he’s pulling in the best of the best of the internet marketing world to help train you to become a successful marketer – whether you’re representing an network marketing opportunity, doing affiliate marketing, or CPA offers, you won’t want to miss out on what Mike will be sharing in this course. GetWWN: Click Here to Sign up to Mike Dillard's What's Working Now

If you be involved with marketing for sometime, you almost certainly have heard of Frank Kern.

Frank Kern is an Internet marketer who is famous for his surfing antics, but more importantly he has built an Internet marketing business over the last five years which is almost as legendary as his guitar playing.

At the time of writing this blog post, Frank is just about to release a new product called list building control. He outlines some of the principles that have helped him build a multimillion dollar business over the last few years in the following video: http://bit.ly/ds1CwY.

If you are a busy person like I am, perhaps you haven’t got time to watch the video right now. If that’s the case then here is a summary that I’ve done of Frank’s video which will help you understand the core principles that have helped him to go from rags to riches.

He calls these five principles the five pillars of kindness, and in essence the five pillars are all to do with giving people what they want, so that they move closer to their end goals, whatever they might be.

So without further ado here are Frank’s Five Pillars of Kindness that every Internet marketer should be focusing on as they market to their lists and provide value:

The 5 Pillars of Kindness

1) To know your subscribers’ desired outcomes – what they want to accomplish, and generate good will by giving them what they want.
2) Overcome their skepticism with shock & awe coolness: understand that they are likely to be skeptical.
People join your list because they want to get one step closer to their desired outcome. So lead with your best foot forward – give something of great value to your subscribers with something that will massively help them.
Give people the most valuable thing you have upfront.
3) Demonstrate that they can do it! Deep down inside, many people suffer from self-doubt which sabotages their success. It’s up to you to prove to them that they can do it…by showing them past experiences of others who’ve started exactly from the same point who have become successful.
4) Don’t just show them that they can do it: give them the tools with which they can actually succeed.
People are not on your list for fun. They are there to get help.
5) Motivate them to go further: make an offer to them which will help them accelerate their progress, and which will genuinely help them.
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Lastly, if you want to progress with your internet marketing skills but  can’t afford Frank’s price-tag (and it is still excellent value by the way), then  you have the chance to access free training every Monday (yes, I mean it!) from the community that I’m part of.
Yes, you will be asked to sign up for this training, but you don’t have to buy anything, and you can unsubscribe any time. Just click here to get started.
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If You Want Access To The Top Training, Networking & Internet Marketing Education Then You Couldn’t Find a Better Place to Be on 31 March 2010

Want to know More?

Fill in the box above or opposite to find out more, or if you’ve got the message from Gregg, Andrew & Michael (and you want the chance to network with these amazing fellas like I did last November in Las Vegas), then click on the image below to get started.

Dez.

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So What’s The 10 for 10 All About?

In essence, it’s about networking, masterminding, building certainty, expectancy, vision, passion, and most of all, hope.

Company directors Jay Kubassek & Aaron Parkinson come from humble beginnings, and they both recognise how important it is for any budding entrepreneur to see it actually working, for real.

In fact, all of the speakers you see in the above video have been through the hedge backwards to get to where they are now. They know the sleepless nights, the debt, the doubts, the fears.

But instead of being paralysed by the oncoming headlights from the freight train, they took action. They knew it wouldn’t be easy.

They knew it would cost them time, energy, effort and pain, to get where they are today.

But what kept them going, beyond anything, was a rock-solid belief in themsleves and the vision that they were, and still are reaching for today.

If you believe Jay & Aaron do this to make themselves richer, then perhaps you don’t yet understand the power of giving.

The Carbon Copy PRO community has been infected by the giving virus. Members at every level understand the power and release that comes from helping others to improve their lives, and that’s what the 10 for 10 is all about.

If you’re a struggling online marketer, or perhaps from a network marketing or home-based business background, then you will no doubt identify with, and possibly espouse similar values.

What makes Carbon Copy PRO unique in the field of the internet marketing world, is that the training, mindset and leadership development equips any entrepreneur with the right skills to make their business, and life, a success.

Want to know More?

Fill in the box above or opposite to find out more from Jay Jubassek, and I’ll get in contact with you too to answer any questions you might have.

Make no mistake, Carbon Copy PRO is the premier marketing training platform for any online business, and that’s not just sales hype.

Dez.

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If you’ve been hanging around the IT world for a while, you might know that at one point (and maybe they still do), Microsoft adopted the policy of "embrace and extend".

Translation: take what others are doing, and make it waaaay better.

Often this involves buying companies (and I’m not going to "Microsoft bash" in this post by the way) and working with their existing teams to rapidly move a research project forward to its commercial phase.

Market place dominance becomes possible in an increasing number of meshed niches once a company establishes its brand (think of how many products Amazon now sells compared to 10 years ago).

Is embrace and extend good news for the consumer?

It all depends (of course).

Ubiquity is probably the elixir of life that a company will chase, either to its ultimate ruin, or its universal success, depending on the wisdom and tenacity of its leaders. Becoming a household name on the lips and in the minds of billions of people is a rare accolade only achieved by a few hundred worldwide brands.

In a sense, positioning your company to be some kind of service or infrastructural  backbone almost guarantees your immortality.

I say almost because of course, the environment which sustains brand  dominance is ever-changing, and successful companies ignore the ever-shifting sands of their surroundings at their peril.

So what about Google? Has it drank from this elixir, never to die?

Nobody knows that – but the evidence looks in their favor. Today when Google announced Google Broadband the world almost forgot that just 24 hours ago, we were told about Google Buzz. So, that’s two major innovations within a day.

Talk about ‘stacking’.

I freely admit that the actual rollout of gigabit home broadband is ‘only’ for a pilot group of a maximum of 500,000 North Americans, but nevertheless, Google is clearly straining (perhaps "steam rolling" is more apt) its way into becoming as well known as Coca Cola.

Think about this: less than ten years ago, the small startup had a cool idea about a new way to do to search.

Now even my 3 year old daughter knows the verb "to Google". And every internet marketer around the globe who uses the ubiquitous search engines knows the phrase "Google slap".

And we have the Google phone. And Google Mail. And Google video (aka YouTube). And now a Google Twitter/Facebook mashup that looks like it just might scratch in more places than Google Wave ever will.

And global(?) Google broadband soon…

And Google has its eyes on many other prizes that might well be within its grasp.

Truly embrace and extend.

Truly good for the world?

It all depends, as always, on the character of the leadership of the company. Are they motivated to make the world a better place? It certainly seems so. Google is treading its way to lead ("drag"?) red-necked dollar-driven, hard-nosed multi-nationals into a new era of social capitalism in a way that no-one thought possible – like a Moon-landing-4-minute-mile-water-into-wine extravaganza of "unliklihoods" all rolled into one.

On the other hand, how it all pans out depends, as always, on how Google copes with such universal acceptance. Will it remain able to hold to its open-handed philosophy of "do no evil" (as I alluded to in yesterday’s musings)?

Let’s hope so. Now is a good time to foster the entrepreneurial and innovative mindset like nobody’s business.

Or everybody’s business, perhaps.

Dez.