Old school marketing still rules.

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Think they are getting calls?
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  • Profile picture of the author abhibh
    Originally Posted by Jaxxxon View Post

    Think they are getting calls?
    But they got your attention
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  • Profile picture of the author Rus Sells
    No, but your forum avatar got my attention. I'm a legs man.
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    • Profile picture of the author shockwave
      Originally Posted by Rus Sells View Post

      No, but your forum avatar got my attention. I'm a legs man.
      You know, Rus brings up a good point here. What if someone were to make a sign twice as big, but have a nice set of........legs on it. Certainly, that will get some eyeballs (like a thumbnail does in an online ad), but I'd be interested to see how it converts.
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      • Profile picture of the author Ron Lafuddy
        Originally Posted by shockwave View Post

        You know, Rus brings up a good point here. What if someone were to make a sign twice as big, but have a nice set of........legs on it. Certainly, that will get some eyeballs (like a thumbnail does in an online ad), but I'd be interested to see how it converts.
        Shockwave,

        Let's see...the legs are related to sexiness, right?

        And sexiness, has been around since, well.....since
        gee.....um...before the internet. Gulp.

        That makes it really, really "old school".

        So, nope. There is no way your idea could possibly work.
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        • Profile picture of the author lunarninja
          Yeah maybe if it was bigger and more colorful it would be fine.
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        • Profile picture of the author shockwave
          Originally Posted by Ron Lafuddy View Post

          Shockwave,

          Let's see...the legs are related to sexiness, right?

          And sexiness, has been around since, well.....since
          gee.....um...before the internet. Gulp.

          That makes it really, really "old school".

          So, nope. There is no way your idea could possibly work.
          Ohhhh.....well, allow me to retort Captain Obvious. :rolleyes:

          I'm pretty sure that most people here are aware that "sex sells". And from your sarcasm, it sounds like you believe it would convert?
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  • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
    Honestly? No

    First would you trust your SEO to a guy who took a page out of the yard sale marketing play book?

    Second if a business knows what "SEO Services" are he sure can google to find people to provide it.

    Third "Google 1st Page". Would you like me to screen cap what I get when I Google "1st Page". And yes that is how the average person will read that. Google is the verb. BTW these guys are #1 for that term. 1st-Page.com SEO Solution | Just One Client Per Market Guess our friend likes advertising for his competitors.

    Fourth I googled the number. Which I am sure others would do before calling and the only thing that came up for it company wise is a shoe store in Downer's Grove.

    Finally do you really think that someone driving by is going to take the time to actually write the number down if they do happen to understand it and need the service?

    I'm not saying he won't get calls and it may be worth the investment since such signs are cheap. But I wouldn't assume he is killing it with the sign. Those signs work best for certain demographics and business owner isn't one of them IMO. Really look at the vast majority of those signs and tell me who they are targeting. And think why that group is targeted by them.

    Then come up with an offer and sign that makes sense.
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    • Profile picture of the author rubberducky
      Hey I know that area, or at least have seen those signs before. I frequently work out of Wood Dale/Itasca area. Every time I see that sign (I've only seen one, there seems to be more) I wonder how effective it is.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by Aaron Doud View Post

      Honestly? No

      First would you trust your SEO to a guy who took a page out of the yard sale marketing play book?

      Second if a business knows what "SEO Services" are he sure can google to find people to provide it.
      Aaron; Yup. Here's why this type of ad is nonsense.

      How many people a day are driving by that intersection that;

      Are internet marketers?
      That want a Google Page One Listing
      That have a pen and paper ready to write down the number...or have their cell phone handy
      And have stopped so that they can take the time get the contact information.

      I'm going to be very generous here..and say that the number of internet marketers that drive by is one per day.
      Let's say that the sign grabs the attention of 2% of them...
      Now, how many have stopped so they can read the sign and decide if they are interested? Maybe 5% of the 2%.
      Now how many of those will have a pen and paper to write down the number...or will call on their call phone? So say (generously) 50% of the 5% of the 2%......

      And lets say 100 cars drive by a day. (quick math)

      that's .0005 calls a day. And how qualified are they? What kind of a prospect calls for SEO services from a hand made sign in an overgrown lot, by the side of the road?

      You know, you could buy a PPC ad for your area for next to nothing...that would really pull a few leads.

      Sorry.

      What does work are hand held signs for local retailers....

      Just a thought.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hugh Dixon
    very funny. I hope he does get a lot of calls! (Or is it a she?)
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  • Profile picture of the author guypeleides
    Here's an awesome story that illustrates this exact point

    We literally had professional signs that generated almost no calls. Back before marketing I ran a successful real estate business. We always ran professional signs that would cost us several dollars each and in minimum orders of 500. It usually resulted in just a few calls.

    One day as a test, we started putting homemade signs on telephone poles and the phone rang off the hook. We literally went from 1-2 calls per week with 500 signs to 40-50 calls per week with 50 signs.

    It's similar to your average "yard sale" sign. It pokes you in the eye and when customers have ad blindness, that's just what you need.

    Don't be afraid to be different.
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    • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
      Originally Posted by guypeleides View Post

      Here's an awesome story that illustrates this exact point

      We literally had professional signs that generated almost no calls. Back before marketing I ran a successful real estate business. We always ran professional signs that would cost us several dollars each and in minimum orders of 500. It usually resulted in just a few calls.

      One day as a test, we started putting homemade signs on telephone poles and the phone rang off the hook. We literally went from 1-2 calls per week with 500 signs to 40-50 calls per week with 50 signs.

      It's similar to your average "yard sale" sign. It pokes you in the eye and when customers have ad blindness, that's just what you need.

      Don't be afraid to be different.

      Was it "we buy houses"? That calls into the demographic I was talking about. Perfect offer for the signs and I always wondered if homemade worked better than professional.

      Curious did you get more calls on Thurs, Fri, and Sat? Curious if my mental theory is correct.
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    • Profile picture of the author AndrewCavanagh
      Originally Posted by guypeleides View Post

      One day as a test, we started putting homemade signs on telephone poles and the phone rang off the hook. We literally went from 1-2 calls per week with 500 signs to 40-50 calls per week with 50 signs.

      It's similar to your average "yard sale" sign. It pokes you in the eye and when customers have ad blindness, that's just what you need.

      Don't be afraid to be different.

      I have a friend who owns millions of dollars worth of residential and
      commercial real estate and he always makes his own cheap signs
      with ply and red paint.

      He rarely has a property that's empty for more than a week or
      two and in the past he's often purchased properties that agents
      couldn't rent and filled them very quickly.

      It's important in every media to understand that your prospects
      become "ad blind".

      Anything that looks like an ad they're used to filtering out.

      You want your ads to look like something they can't ignore or
      like the content they want to read or watch.

      Kindest regards,
      Andrew Cavanagh
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  • haha thats pretty cool.

    you just never know
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  • Profile picture of the author FullExMedia
    I think some of the offline marketing strategies like yard signs will work. And with the higher prices of good SEO services this sign could produce positive ROI if you were to secure a customers off of it, But here are a few suggestions to help make it profitable.

    Is the location of the sign near a business complex or district where it will be seen by business owners?

    Perhaps a better headline, one that tells the benefits of being on the 1st page, "Want Customers From The Internet" #602-XXX-XXX. Something like that because only people that are not internet savvy would call from a yard sign about SEO rather then doing an internet search themselves.

    I have seen effective sighs that were placed in a sequence on the side of the road that allowed a driver to see 3-4 seo messages on his route. I don't now how effective it is but using multiple signs over just could be helpful.
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    • Profile picture of the author VegasVince
      Based on personal experience "old school marketing" works far better today then it did "back in the day." Why? Because people are too friggin lazy to utilize the myriad of methods including licking a stamp.

      As for signs, if the offer is right and they are located in a traffic dense area.....you can crush it. I have generated thousands of dollars selling leads to houses I didn't even own to real estate lenders.

      I also know one couple in Boston who pay their mortgage by sticking a for sale sign in their yard. They have NO DESIRE TO SELL THE HOUSE......they do however sell the leads the sign generates.

      The very best signs to use based on a ton of personal testing are neon yellow with a black sharpie hand written.

      Ugly signs work far better then slick and polished ones....because an "ugly sign" smacks of BARGAIN.

      I gave up a long time ago trying to convince peeps on the power of signs....I simply tell the critics, cynics, and naysayers that "they're right." But in fact, they are dead wrong.

      Ugly signs work.

      Vegas Vince
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  • Profile picture of the author dsuitor
    LOL THATS AWESOME !!! I guess their not doing well if there advertising on the side of the road lol .
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  • Profile picture of the author SashaLee
    Hi there,

    I wonder if it's the personal touch of the "ugly" signs that makes them more successful? I personally wouldn't call one but then I'm jaded from working in this industry.

    It might be that the regular consumer identifies with what appears to be another consumer trying to get ahead.

    Interesting thread

    All the best,

    Sasha.
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    • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
      Originally Posted by SashaLee View Post

      I wonder if it's the personal touch of the "ugly" signs that makes them more successful? I personally wouldn't call one but then I'm jaded from working in this industry.
      My theory is it has to do with who these prospects are. Most bandit signs in general are targeted at poor people. Rather they be yard sales signs or "we buy houses". It is aimed at people who don't have much money.

      Tie that in with the fact we like people "like us" and buy from people "like us" and you will see the reason those signs appeal is because that is how they "would do it." If they had a yard sale they would make a cheap hand made sign.

      It's the reason Craigslist also works for that demographic. It is how they would sell something. Because they even meet you they feel you are "like them".

      It's the reason "we buy houses" people should have a cheap old beat up F150 with tools in the back. Even if the only time they drive it is to meet the person who wants to sell the house.
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      • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
        Originally Posted by Aaron Doud View Post

        My theory is it has to do with who these prospects are. Most bandit signs in general are targeted at poor people. Rather they be yard sales signs or "we buy houses". It is aimed at people who don't have much money.

        Tie that in with the fact we like people "like us" and buy from people "like us" and you will see the reason those signs appeal is because that is how they "would do it." If they had a yard sale they would make a cheap hand made sign.

        It's the reason Craigslist also works for that demographic. It is how they would sell something. Because they even meet you they feel you are "like them".

        It's the reason "we buy houses" people should have a cheap old beat up F150 with tools in the back. Even if the only time they drive it is to meet the person who wants to sell the house.

        This kind of sign would also work for a very general product or service. Meaning one with a really wide appeal.

        Also to give directions as an extended store sign.

        This "Be #1 on Google" sign reminds me of an ad I saw in the newspaper from a wholesale hospital gown manufacturer. I actually talked to him about his ad. I asked "How many people in tow n are prospects?"

        He said "Four. Two hospitals and two clinics".
        I said "Why didn't you just take the buyers to lunch? It would have been cheaper."

        So he wanted 25,000 to see his ad, and the best possible result he could have hoped for would be for the four actual prospects to see his ad....and maybe one of them call him.

        The human mental process is an amazing thing to observe.
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        • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
          Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

          This "Be #1 on Google" sign reminds me of an ad I saw in the newspaper from a wholesale hospital gown manufacturer. I actually talked to him about his ad. I asked "How many people in tow n are prospects?"

          He said "Four. Two hospitals and two clinics".
          I said "Why didn't you just take the buyers to lunch? It would have been cheaper."
          Stuff like that always amazes me. There is a real "he's doing it so it must work" mentality when it comes to marketing.

          If you know the marketing is working for him that is fine. But people will just see a guy doing something and never realize that only 1% of his business is coming from that despite the fact 99% of his budget is going to it. So they repeat the same mistakes. For years media sales people have taken advantage of this. "______ is doing ______" is often enough to close the sale. But it doesn't benefit the clients.
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  • Profile picture of the author trader909
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    of course it does. Human psychology cannot change.
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  • Profile picture of the author Huskerdarren
    I know a guy who hand writes his own bandit signs to sell mattresses. He's put up thousands of them, and he did it for years. I went and visited him out of curiosity. He's selling them out of a warehouse in an industrial district, by appointment. He just recently stopped so I am guessing the new mayor cracked down on him. It was a serious amount of signs, so it was working.
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    • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
      Originally Posted by Huskerdarren View Post

      I know a guy who hand writes his own bandit signs to sell mattresses. He's put up thousands of them, and he did it for years. I went and visited him out of curiosity. He's selling them out of a warehouse in an industrial district, by appointment. He just recently stopped so I am guessing the new mayor cracked down on him. It was a serious amount of signs, so it was working.
      I'm sure some competitor used some obscure law (or got one passed) to put him out of business.

      There is no free market when the government chooses the winners and losers. Sad this guy had it happen to him.
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      • Profile picture of the author Ron Lafuddy
        Originally Posted by Aaron Doud View Post

        I'm sure some competitor used some obscure law (or got one passed) to put him out of business.

        There is no free market when the government chooses the winners and losers. Sad this guy had it happen to him.
        Aaron,

        That's true. There is no such thing as a free market.
        Anyone who goes into business finds out rather quickly
        that they have an uninvited partner - government.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Hermanson
    I love these ironies! By the very existence of the sign, you can take a good guess that they don't know what they are doing. Awesome!
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  • Profile picture of the author zartsval
    I never had any luck with the old stuff, flyers, and business cards never worked.
    I design art so people need to see the art so phone won't work.
    Maybe I should look into other old school marketing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
      Originally Posted by zartsval View Post

      I never had any luck with the old stuff, flyers, and business cards never worked.
      I design art so people need to see the art so phone won't work.
      Maybe I should look into other old school marketing.
      Flip book with examples of art maybe? Then get them to come in person to buy the actual piece.

      Free art to businesses that have the same customers. Just put a small sign below that art was provided by ______ and a number to call.
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    ha - that's a local number to me. I've seen the web development services like that all the time....
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  • Profile picture of the author bsummers
    Definitely not. Ironic that they provide SEO services but look at how they market. Now regarding traditional marketing, there are still those that work until today it is just a matter of how you strategize.
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  • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
    Someone who doesn't know what he's doing based on the comments, yet has 30+ responses on a marketing message board.

    The beautiful thing about it is that he's out there trying... more than what most people on here do. I believe he probably does get business from it as well. If you want growth, then test.
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    • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
      Originally Posted by iAmNameLess View Post

      Someone who doesn't know what he's doing based on the comments, yet has 30+ responses on a marketing message board.

      The beautiful thing about it is that he's out there trying... more than what most people on here do. I believe he probably does get business from it as well. If you want growth, then test.
      Your company does SEO, right?

      Want to test this down in St Louis? Should be a similar demographic to Chicago where this pic is from. You could post the results and we could know first hand what kind of results a sign like this made.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
    I'd be interested to see if our arm chair quarterbacking is correct or not. Hell your post made me tempted to replicate the sign and just see how many calls I get from it. Literally just have it go to a fake voicemail.

    A classic test before product.
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    • Profile picture of the author Robert Domino
      Originally Posted by Aaron Doud View Post

      I'd be interested to see if our arm chair quarterbacking is correct or not. Hell your post made me tempted to replicate the sign and just see how many calls I get from it. Literally just have it go to a fake voicemail.

      A classic test before product.

      If he tries it with web design, it would be very different than SEO though.

      Everyone understands what web design is and it's a 1 second yes or no that fits really well on a bandit sign - do I need a website? Y/N

      The problem with the SEO sign is that most people don't understand it. You can't summarize it on a tiny sign that people will drive by in 5 seconds. "Do I need SEO? well.. wtf is SEO.. oh yeah, search engine optimization.. didn't some guy call me offering it for $250 a few weeks ago? I never really got it.."

      Bandit signs work really well for services that are instant Y/N.. do I need to sell my house? Do I need to get a haircut? Do I need a 2 for 1 Pizza?
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    • Profile picture of the author Ron Lafuddy
      Alright Aaron!

      Put up those signs, but don't "dead end" the calls.
      Sell the leads instead. Heck, you can sell them to
      Nameless.

      This could be that "big opportunity" that you've been
      waiting for. No more "workin' for the man" if you know
      what I mean.

      Hey, what happened to the OP? Wonder if it was his sign?
      Hope you guys didn't hurt his feelings.
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      • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
        Originally Posted by Ron Lafuddy View Post

        Alright Aaron!

        Put up those signs, but don't "dead end" the calls.
        Sell the leads instead. Heck, you can sell them to
        Nameless.

        This could be that "big opportunity" that you've been
        waiting for. No more "workin' for the man" if you know
        what I mean.

        Hey, what happened to the OP? Wonder if it was his sign?
        Hope you guys didn't hurt his feelings.
        I really have no faith it would work. I'm not into proving negatives. And yeah if it did work I would be finding an SEO partner real fast. I'd close them and have them provide the back end.

        Also my metro area is much smaller than Chicago so I don't want that extreme difference to be the reason I say it didn't work. I might do it though just for fun. What is a bandit sign like that these days? $10? That's lunch.
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        • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
          Originally Posted by Aaron Doud View Post

          I really have no faith it would work. I'm not into proving negatives. And yeah if it did work I would be finding an SEO partner real fast. I'd close them and have them provide the back end.

          Also my metro area is much smaller than Chicago so I don't want that extreme difference to be the reason I say it didn't work. I might do it though just for fun. What is a bandit sign like that these days? $10? That's lunch.
          Why limit yourself locally? Do some travel and while you travel put em out. If they're $10/each, $500 gets you 50 signs and chances are you can hit 100K+ each day in drive by traffic. My office gets 17k in drive by traffic each day.

          I would probably bet that in 20 cities with 50 signs in each of them you would get a big return on your investment.

          Of course... its theory until proven.
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  • Profile picture of the author misterme
    I once knew a guy that people paid to place signs like that along roads. He'd take real good care of the signs too, making rounds to make sure they stayed up and clean. His built a nice reputation and as he made more money, he parlayed that into a multi million dollar contract with the NYC transit system placing billboards in subways.

    Old school.
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    • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
      Originally Posted by misterme View Post

      I once knew a guy that people paid to place signs like that along roads. He'd take real good care of the signs too, making rounds to make sure they stayed up and clean. His built a nice reputation and as he made more money, he parlayed that into a multi million dollar contract with the NYC transit system placing billboards in subways.

      Old school.
      What was he selling? Bandit signs work. We all know that. But have never looked into what works besides seeing the offers that multiple people put up and working backwards to the target demographic.
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  • Profile picture of the author nyk24
    Anyone doing bandit signs in the UK? I really want to do this but in my part of the world our local council is so anal its unbelievable......"it affects the street furniture" they say to any local business who dares put a ad board anywhere out of place pmsl

    Any ideas how to box clever like putting ads on non public items eg phone boxes?
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  • Profile picture of the author OliviasDad
    I have seen these signs in the Chicagoland Area.

    I love them. They don't cost much, your initial investment is low, and because they are so NOT the typical sign for "Make Money In Real Estate", you will take notice.

    And if someone drives by it more than a few times AND they might be interested in the whole "Google Thing", who knows.

    Plus, some people like the idea of a local provider who they could actually meet in person. There are still people in the world who want to meet face to face, and those kind of people may not have a lot of preconceived notions about SEO and what it can do.

    It's a great thing ... old school rocks!!
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  • Profile picture of the author NewParadigm
    I'd be shocked if anyone called those signs especially with SEO acronym. I owned a mfg company and had IT/software sales call on me, after a couple acronym filled presentations(techies can get 2 in each sentence!) I warned them the first time they use any an tech acronym they are out the door. haha SEO, CRM, ERP, MRP, SAAS, etc......talk to a prospect in their terms and their language. easier life, more customers, efficiency, profitability, etc...
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  • Profile picture of the author TrumpiaTim
    Why not combine old marketing with new marketing.
    I mean we still have snail mail right?
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  • Profile picture of the author subhann
    What if Google finds that out ? :/
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  • Profile picture of the author nomoreworkever
    Postcard Marketing is the way to go these days having great success with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rubenator
    It may not work as much as you would like it too, but how much did this cost him? $10 bucks?

    How many business people are driving around town and are obviously misinformed about SEO? Let's say one of them bites. He paid for his campaign, and it's done.
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  • Man...I haven't seen tactics like that ..I wonder how much business they actually get from this. I'm rather tempted to try it once.
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