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Unread 26th January 2011, 06:00 PM   #1
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I am just wondering what do you offer to earn to this $1,000 + per week?

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Unread 26th January 2011, 06:02 PM   #2
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To earn to earn? lol well personally I hit the $1k a month after I started outsourcing my Local Marketing work. It literally allowed me to explode my client base and concentrate solely on finding new clients. Just because you can't do something doesn't mean it can't be done

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Unread 26th January 2011, 06:07 PM   #3
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To earn to earn? lol well personally I hit the $1k a month after I started outsourcing my Local Marketing work. It literally allowed me to explode my client base and concentrate solely on finding new clients. Just because you can't do something doesn't mean it can't be done
How did you outsource it? Wow, $1,000 per month you say..

Outsourcing your local marketing network. I think we are on different levels here..

Well done for getting it done anyway!
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Unread 26th January 2011, 06:30 PM   #4
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I bet there is someone else that earns $1,000 a week?

Let us know how...
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About 2700/week doing offline marketing (my cut of a larger operation w 2 partners and 10 fulltime employees)....
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To earn to earn? lol well personally I hit the $1k a month after I started outsourcing my Local Marketing work. It literally allowed me to explode my client base and concentrate solely on finding new clients. Just because you can't do something doesn't mean it can't be done
I concur with this method...it's all about freeing yourself to concentrate on the mission of the business...not small tasks that anyone can do once shown..your the brains behind the business...too many people spend too much time on the easy repetitive motions...think outside the box....
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Currently earning 3k a week. Been in this offline business 10 months.

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Wow, nice, 2.7K and 3K a week seems quite good.

Seems like a lot of time went in to it... I am just starting out, really been trying to land some clients but struggling. But I will keep on trying. Have been cold calling really, and got some interested people, but no one to say YES.
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Not Now .....At present i am earning a bit low amount i.e $7,00

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Yes, I'm earning $1,000+ per Week now.
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The best way to make the sum is to oursource to other company
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the best way to hit that is to outsource.
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I am just starting out, but plan to be making $1,000+ a week soon. Very soon.

I have been a cold calling mad man the last few weeks and things are starting to come together.

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Agreed, in order to scale to 1k per week and beyond, outsourcing becomes almost a necessity. I'm at roughly about 2k per week now, and outsourcing the work was essential for me to get over that hump that we all run into.

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Well, yes outsourcing is great.

I have also just got someone in to go around to local businesses. It is working well.

I am now averaging $2-$4K a week. Going for $10K a week and it wont be long...
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Wow. That's awesome. Motivating to hear some of these. I'm too freakin shy to be able to talk to my potential clients. I'm getting better. Hopefully, I'll be at that income eventually. Thanks for the motivation.
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Is that a compliment ? Ha ok you can find outsourcers right here on the WF, to do basic stuff like Google Places Optimization, Backlinking, Article Creation, Keyword Research, Finding Clients.....helping local businesses with Online and even Offline Marketing is INCREDIBLY easy. Just spend a week in the War Room and you will have enough knowledge to go charge $500 a month per client easy

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I am just starting out, but plan to be making $1,000+ a week soon. Very soon.

I have been a cold calling mad man the last few weeks and things are starting to come together.

Just keep after it and we'll all get there
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I outsource all the "hands on " work ie.Site design, graphics, article writing and backlinking right here in the WF. I just do the initial research, help clients find the solution for their problem, prepare the quotes and close the deals.

This leaves me to concentrate on building my client base and keeping existing clients happy.

To build a decent income level you can not do it all by yourself, there simply is not enough hours in the day.

If you are happy doing all the nitty gritty stuff, great, but get a salesperson or your business to never be large enough to earn a decent living.

If you would rather see clients, get new clients and generally run your business there is no better place than the WF for outsourcing after all how can anyone be good at everything such as Graphics, web design, Wordpress, copywriting, SEO, video creation, Facebook fanpages, Google places etc. the list goes on and on.

All I need now is a decent credit controller as UK clients love hanging onto their money for as long as possible even if they are over the moon with the work and services you provide.

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Well, yes outsourcing is great.

I have also just got someone in to go around to local businesses. It is working well.

I am now averaging $2-$4K a week. Going for $10K a week and it wont be long...
I don't mean to sound daft here. All these posts are talking about "going" to local businesses. As in brick and mortar. I though your question was about earning 1k a week online.. how are these comments related ? Where did I drop the ball ???

I DID pick up on all the outsourcing comments and appreciate that veteran knowledge.. what are you promoting door-to-door?

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Well, yes outsourcing is great.

I have also just got someone in to go around to local businesses. It is working well.

I am now averaging $2-$4K a week. Going for $10K a week and it wont be long...

thats great..can you shed some light on how you started? and how quickly did it build up? whats your most successful method of getting clients
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Agreed, in order to scale to 1k per week and beyond, outsourcing becomes almost a necessity. I'm at roughly about 2k per week now, and outsourcing the work was essential for me to get over that hump that we all run into.
I presume you mean you outsource your seo, facebook fan pages setups, backlinking, google places, etc, etc setup?
Can you recommend a good outsourcing resource?
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Well, yes outsourcing is great.

I have also just got someone in to go around to local businesses. It is working well.

I am now averaging $2-$4K a week. Going for $10K a week and it wont be long...
Excllent Jodib, well done.
Are you able to provide a run down on what you charge your clients and what services you are focussing on providing?
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thats great..can you shed some light on how you started? and how quickly did it build up? whats your most successful method of getting clients
I use a few different methods to find clients. The best one by far is just by talking to people and word of mouth of course. Lately I have also been getting a lot of referrals which does help. Direct Mail is a great one and I am finding it responsive. I also just pick up the phone and talk to people.
I like to do 'out of the box random stuff' and I won't always take no for an answer. It is so simple to call up a business and tell the owner or the gatekeeper that you cannot find them on Google.. You'd be surprised at how they clammer to find out what you mean... I then offer to show them what I mean, either by emailing them a copy of the first page of Google for their keyword. When they don't see themselves there they start to panic, or I arrange to meet with them and talk it through that way.

Another thing I have had great success with is to take a note of all the shops in a local area. Go back to the office and look them all up. Do they have a website, are they ranked on Google Places, What's there on page SEO like, Is their website outdated - you get the idea... Once I do all this, I then go into the shop and find an angle that I could help them with. Some bite, some don't - But - nothing ventured, nothing gained... You can use this method to call the owners if you don't want to go in and chat with them, but it really is quite simple face to face..

I own an Interiors and Exteriors magazine that goes out to 50 000 homes per month around my local area. I learned many years ago (I sound like an old lady) that in order to really succeed in anything one does, they need to position themselves.

Make a name for yourself, do something that draws people to you etc. I have become well known through the magazine, I am the publisher and editor-in-chief. NOTE: This is not how I am finding my clients for marketing my online services by the way, even though I have first hand access to them. That is another plan I am working on and I will hit them all up shortly because they will all be invited to attend my online seminar
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Anything else you want to know, please ask.

Enough waffling now...
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Oh do keep waffling jodi

thanks for taking the time to reply..i suppose no matter what shortcuts people promise via wso's there is no substitute for calling up a business or meeting them face2face..
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my only concern with direct mail is the initial cost.. (and risk of return) for someone starting out.
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Just to add..

I do outsource a lot of the work, otherwise I would never sleep. But I have made sure that my people are trained and know exactly what needs to be done. I have 2 people just building backlinks for my clients and now need a couple more...

My new girl is doing a bit of selling with QR codes. I wanted to test this. Most people don't have a clue about them, but we are educating the locals here and they are warming to the idea.. Another revenue stream for sure.

Just to give you an idea on pricing.

For a client that needs a GP listing, minimal on site SEO I charge 825 pounds, so around $1200. I do come across people who say they cannot afford it so I allow them to pay over 2 months. It may sound a lot, but believe me we do a lot of work for it. We make sure all our tracks are covered, citations are done etc. We also do a press release for them and include backlinking.

When a client asks me - "What will it cost me?" My answer is this:

Mr X. When a potential buyer types xyz into Google, there is a chance that there are a variety of other keywords they would use too. So, that means we have x number of keywords to target. I then show them the Adwords local searches and they can then see how many potentials they are missing out on. Say the local searches amount to 4000 per month for 3 different keywords, I ask them how much their profits would increase with a small percentage of that search figure. They soon want to pay whatever they can to get a slice of the action...

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my only concern with direct mail is the initial cost.. (and risk of return) for someone starting out.
All it costs is a bit of paper, printer ink and a stamp. Of course some time is required too...

Just to give you an idea.. I sent out 4 letters yesterday to try a new twist and I got one phone call today already. I was actually astonished as my postman had not even turned up yet.

The numbers vary, but with a good letter you do get a good response..
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Oh do keep waffling jodi

thanks for taking the time to reply..i suppose no matter what shortcuts people promise via wso's there is no substitute for calling up a business or meeting them face2face..
OK>>> There are substitutes, but most of them only prolong the agony so to speak. It is ideal to be able to talk to people directly. For those of us who cannot or will not, direct mail, postcards or hiring someone to do it is the answer. Eventually you will have to speak with the client because you are the one who knows what they need.

I always wish that I could hire a clone of myself, but no can do.
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ah right. I thought you had adopted like a postcard mailout method or something like that. i did try mailing out about 10 letters the other day using a method stated in a WSO but not heard back. do you use any 'juicy hooks' to get them to call?

do you only target your city? or the area or country?

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The method I started with to get business and earn (after exs) over 1,000.00 a week was to look through the local evening paper for advertisers who placed an ad every night.

I would log all their details down in Excell under 2 sections, those who had a website and those who didn't.

I would then build a Wordpress site for that trade with a local modifier ie.digitalaerialsyourtown.com, carpetcleanersyourtown.co.uk and get it ranked on the first page. (usually in the top 3).

I would then ring those with a website and ask them if they were interested in buying the site as it is ranking higher than theirs.

If none of them took me up on the offer I would ring those without a site and offer to sell it to them or if things looked bleak I would suggest that they rented the site for a couple of months before buying it.(So that they could see the benefits of having a site)

If I could not sell or rent the site I would put mobile (cell) phone number on it and take leads which I would then pass on to the person that had shown the most interest in buying it but was unsure about going ahead. Normally after 2 or 3 leads they brought.

As I became more successful at closing deals I outsourced the actual building of the sites out and the backlinking.

Now with the changes with Google places it's not as easy to get them on page one so I go through all the trades in Google ie. drycleaner yourtown and look for trades where a lot of the listings have not been claimed, get a Wordpress site built for that trade and then ring the owners of the unclaimed listings and inform why they need a website to improve or even keep their postion.

The majority of business owners are aware of the changes and love that fact that they get free business from Google but once you point out to them that this will change if they don't get a website and that their listing "could" disappear they are generally open to buying the site which of course comes with an add on for Google places optimisation.

If things get really slow and the phone stops ringing and I need to generate business quickly without all the hassle of tele canvassing. I have a flyer which promotes customised Facebook fan pages, "Special Offer - 50% Discount if you order today"
I hand deliver these into tanning salons, hairdressers, pubs,take aways, places where the boss is working behind the counter or in the shop.

All I say to them is "can I leave you this?- it's about Facebook", as nearly all of them of heard of Facebook a conversation normally strikes up and then I go into how having a Facebook fanpage can help their business. As my customised fan -pages have a small price tag 59.00 I can normally close the deal there and then. They are now one of my clients and in then pipeline for future upsells.

So there you go, yes you can over $1,000.00 a week but you have to go out and look for business opportunities.
In theOffline business either you or your salesperson is going to have to talk to clients to seal the deal, whether this is by phone or face to face people buy from people.

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This is some really good information shared. I have a few new ideas for my business now. Thanks!
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Hate to be the guy that states the obvious, but you earn $1000 a week by getting out there and hustling.

Figure yourself out a service/product you can offer, then start hitting the phones/pounding the pavement/shooting out emails/asking friends and family for referrals/etc.

There are a million and one ways to make a living in marketing... the reason most people don't ever start making any money is because they don't commit to something and go for it. And then press on when it gets tough.

I could go out tomorrow and make $1000 if I needed to. I'd put together a product like a template site, or a fan page package, or an online leads package, etc... and I'd figure out how many I'd have to sell to make $1000... Then I wouldn't quit until I got that many new clients.

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I don't make 1000$ a year
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All it costs is a bit of paper, printer ink and a stamp. Of course some time is required too...

Just to give you an idea.. I sent out 4 letters yesterday to try a new twist and I got one phone call today already. I was actually astonished as my postman had not even turned up yet.

The numbers vary, but with a good letter you do get a good response..
Jodib, you're an inspiration.
Would you be willing to share how your direct mail letter is worded?
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I have also just got someone in to go around to local businesses. It is working well.

I am now averaging $2-$4K a week. Going for $10K a week and it wont be long...
2000$-4000$ per week??? That's about 200,000$ per year. (price of two aston martins)
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Thank you Warren for your kind words..

I will get something together for you.

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Unread 28th January 2011, 11:05 AM   #41
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I have owned several conventional businesses for over 25 years, I have dabbled in internet marketing, but personal circumstances now dictate that I need to pursue this dream, about 3 weeks ago I contacted Jodi Bennett, explaining my situation and asking many questions about the best way forward for me, all i can say is she has been absoutley fantastic, she has given me more knowledge in 3 weeks, that what i had learned in the last two years, answered all my questions promptly about every subject given me some great ideas, i will certainly get involved in anything Jodi promotes, thanks Jodi, I'm now on my way to achieve $1000 a week.


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Unread 28th January 2011, 12:38 PM   #44
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Each of my sales reps earn much more than $1,000/wk selling our mobile marketing services. What works especially well is to contact businesses with .mobi sites and eliminate it so they won't have to pay for the redundant domain.

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Unread 28th January 2011, 12:57 PM   #45
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It is just me, and I have been doing offline for about 4 months now.
Month 1 made about $700
Month 2 made about $around $800
Month 3 made about $2100
Month 4 made about $2000

I am happy with this start, and my main method is cold calling.

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thanks for your story sconlinemarketing..its very inspiring.
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The concept of "outsourcing," while it sounds so simple to those who claim success at it, still seems quite BAFFLING to newbies, and here is why. Usually, there exists no real or true explanation as to how the money comes IN when outsourcing. For sake of clarity, look at it this way.

A fairly new or even intermediate online entrepreneur or affiliate marketer normally has budget limitations, and seeks to get the job done with as little outlay as possible. However, there are constant claims by supposedly more accomplished marketers who nearly ALWAYS say that the key to making hundreds of dollars per day lies in OUTSOURCING your task work.

Thus, the concept of outsourcing would only make good sense, if in fact the affiliate or online entrepreneur instantly made back about twice as much as he or she spends in the process. In other words, using free article marketing for example, the affiliate could gain an instant commission of around $29 for a typical affiliate product sale... and this is all free money done without outsourcing anything.

So, are you saying that if the affiliate pays someone else to write that same article, that his or her commission or number of sales is aoutomatically going to be higher.

This in itself makes no sense... you must understand that it sounds like a false claim of which the buyer must beware. Perhaps, considering the above, one of you who is making hundreds or thousands of dollars per day might be feeling honest enough plus motivated enough to explain the REALITY of outsourcing in a profitable way, by outlining the reasonable steps to take.

In fact, such info could be so highly appreciated that many more sales can come your way from other online entrepreneurs who want to know these "magical" answers, as well.

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Jodi, thanks for the thread I really do appreciate you sharing your experience/knowledge with everyone. I always seem to learn something when ever you post.

Go read another thread on a theory of how to get business. I actually do work to get business.
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Nope, not even close. I'm definitely out of position. :p
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I outsource all the "hands on " work ie.Site design, graphics, article writing and backlinking right here in the WF. I just do the initial research, help clients find the solution for their problem, prepare the quotes and close the deals.

This leaves me to concentrate on building my client base and keeping existing clients happy.

To build a decent income level you can not do it all by yourself, there simply is not enough hours in the day.

If you are happy doing all the nitty gritty stuff, great, but get a salesperson or your business to never be large enough to earn a decent living.

If you would rather see clients, get new clients and generally run your business there is no better place than the WF for outsourcing after all how can anyone be good at everything such as Graphics, web design, Wordpress, copywriting, SEO, video creation, Facebook fanpages, Google places etc. the list goes on and on.

All I need now is a decent credit controller as UK clients love hanging onto their money for as long as possible even if they are over the moon with the work and services you provide.
It seems you've got it all sorted. I outsource my tasks at oDesk. They have an easy and secure payment system to pay my contractors. There is still a bit of work required by myself though, to keep track and make sure the outsourcers are working correctly on my projects.

As far as invoicing goes I have strict 7 day payment terms for my clients.
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