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As an offline consultant, wouldn't it be great if almost every business owner recognized you immediately and knew what you were doing before you approached them?
Hell, it would be great if they were looking for you, wouldn't they?
Here's a little trick to make both happen. . .
One warning: I will give you what you are doing and less how to do it.
The reason is that I don't want you to be overwhelmed when it's not necessary.
It would look scary if I wrote every step, and when most of them click here and click there, you're done. . .
Now, that's what you're going to do.
You can do this cheaply on Facebook or GDN (Google Display Network), so I would suggest using both ways to the maximum.
Seriously, we're talking about the penny click here.
The first thing you need to do is create some banners and write some ads that promote you and what you do.
(Go to Odesk if you can't make the banner yourself.
) Be sure to write these on the interests of your potential customers.
Your ad should be about how you will help them --
Not self-exaggerating you. Next start GEO-
Target activities for Facebook and GDN.
Aim at the area where you are willing to work and travel.
Don't pick key phrases in GDN as you want everyone in your area to see you.
In GDN, load your banner and set up your activity for any position above or below the fold-
You only pay for clicks, so it doesn't matter where you show up. . .
In fact, you want to show up as much as you can so that people can see that you have a nice mug on your banner.
In Facebook, you can set the activity to CPM for the maximum number of views.
Your picture should be your face.
After all, you do this to be an identifiable face.
(With the new news source ads-
You have to do this in PPC settings, but that's OK.
It is still very cheap and can see a lot of scenery.
Once you set up your event with a banner, there are your photos on the banner --
It's time to direct them to your website.