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Author:  Nightrider

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Its Monday Lets Get Serious

When I was in the carpet cleaning business years ago I found the very best and least expensive advertising. What I did was to always put a small sticker with one Name and Telephone number and I would stick it to the householders vacuum cleaner.

This puts your name in lights at least once per week and hopefully every day. You would like to think every customer you clean will call you back.

The fact is they have forgotten you the next day and lost the invoice.  They sometimes remember , it was a tall guy with a blue van.

Stick, on Vacuum Cleaner

Stick, on Vacuum Cleaner

Stick, on Vacuum Cleaner this is something we all can afford.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rotti123 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19/April/2004 at 5:17pm

 I would be pissed if you put a sticker on my vacuum. :)  Maybe most people don't mind but I would.

 I have been using local newspaper ads lately and thinking about trying some radio ads.  I don't think any one thing is going to work magic.  It's a cumulative effect.  Just keep advertiseing here and there and hope people remember you.  I think your logo, name, slogan, etc goes a long way in helping people to remember and notice your business.

 

 

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Talking about what works in advertising.

Have you noticed lately how some people totally wrap their van in pictures, logos and numbers in a very colourfull way? You even see it on buses. This simply jumps out and grabs you. Think what it would cost to have two signs on poles the same size as your van in your town or city. Probably thousands. Look into it.

Image, Image, Image.

It works.

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I believe a spotter bottle with your name on it is by far the best way to keep your company's brand awareness  in their minds.
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Originally posted by Carpetologist Carpetologist wrote:

Telemarketing

Is it for you or not?

You hear many people who use words like I hate those people and despise those who continuously disrupt my privacy by calling me.  Well let me tell you it's the fastest and economical way to get instant business and very fast growth.

I have customers who have taken 3 to 4 years to get their volume to $1000.00 per year. I also have telemarketing customers who reach the same volume in 30 Days.  Yes it works if you have the right personality and can control Telemarketing people.

Now my personal view is that I am very short or sometimes humorous with telemarketers. But the Good Ones I listen too and Learn, Learn, Learn. Sometimes these sales pitch can be invaluable to you.

 

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Mr. Nightrider and Mr. Carpetologist

It seems the two of you have a lot of knowledge/experience with telemarketing. I'm very interested in doing it also, as I've seen it can/does generate work. Unfortunately i've seen it in another field being used. I'd appreciate it if ya'll could put me in the right direction for further info and generating a script that WORKS....

Ps.. Email is dscorpio2791@aol.com

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Originally posted by Carpetologist Carpetologist wrote:

Talking about what works in advertising.

Have you noticed lately how some people totally wrap their van in pictures, logos and numbers in a very colourfull way? You even see it on buses. This simply jumps out and grabs you. Think what it would cost to have two signs on poles the same size as your van in your town or city. Probably thousands. Look into it.

Image, Image, Image.

It works.

 



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Val-Pak & the internet are the best forms of media
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jtuseo,

..I'm sure you're just joking.....

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Display ads in your weekly newspaper's... WHY you ask... These old folks read them weekly's and will see your DISPLAY AD.. Not classified but DISPLAY..

Telemarketing is King if your set up right..

Also, market to your list..........................

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..."Telemarketing is king, if you're set up right".......

John, please explain this comment, as it sounds a bit .....

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Smile



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Nightrider,

I sure wish I had your confidence

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