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    Posted: 22/September/2016 at 11:37pm
Attractive video on youtube is really good now
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If you are in any of the disaster restoration industry, I do know that door knocking and outbound phone calls work to possibly a hurricane or flood area. It is time tested and is a staple form of promotion of many of my clients. On the online marketing side, I see several things work from SEO (not shortcuts, but good honest SEO), Pay Per Click campaigns (not expensive, loosely run campaigns- very tight, targeted campaigns), Leads by Phone, as well as other older methods like phone books, etc. Phone books are getting very dated as I am sure many of you have found, but still work in a state like Florida for example, where a lot of the population is over 55. If I were running my own water damage restoration company, I would be doing each with my marketing budget divided up to what produces the most return on my investment strictly. I would tweak it month after month after reviewing my company's statistics and where the business came from. Whittle it down from there. Start a little more broad, and then work it down to the most successful marketing format- and only stats are going to tell you that. Hopefully you keep statistics. 
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I agree with Sgordon...if you have a chance check out his site.  My company does SEO at a world class level and his site looks like it could be one of ours.  It has everything you could want and need for a great site.  It has smiling faces, videos and so on.  As good as his site is I am sure he is also promoting it on the back end. 

Many people, however do not have the time and capacity to put together such a good site.  My suggestion to them is to find a reputable SEO company.  They can do everything Sgordon did for his site and they will also continually promote your business.
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Create a great website and get as many links going to it as possible, pay for adwords.
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Whether we like it or not, people – customers- are and will always be the main focal point of any marketing, promotional and research and development efforts. They are, as the quote above clearly indicates, the real assets of any business with which it can’t operate or function without. Therefore, when considering the best practices for promoting any brand or product, through social media or offline, the first thing the company has to consider is its target audience, in terms of demographics, education, backgrounds, likes, dislikes and so on and so forth.
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I agree with Big Rich.  Getting prominent placement on the major search engines along with a professional looking website will drive traffic to your business.  Further, if you have the time to go out on social networking sites and pertinent forums and promote yourself you will even drive more business to yourself.  It's all about the effort you put in!
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Internet works better for a small business. It is less costly than any other forms of advertisement.
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How about a PROFESSIONAL looking high ranking website with videos and testimonials or a website with a pay per click campaign. Val Pak is also great for print media. Personalized newsletters are also great once you have a solid base of customers. Its also nice to have an email list because its so cheap.
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I think the best is to send a regular newsletter. There are some great services out there. Some of them are rip offs and they are trying to oversell something my 3 year old son can do. I have switched between two companies but I believe in this. This has totally increased my referrals and return clients. The most important point is that you need to personalize it and you dont want to bore the readers with tons of carpet cleaning facts. it needs to be a fun read. The best one I have found is http://newslettersmadeforyou.com/. There is a lot of creepy videos on there, but the editing technology is sweet (I have reported a few bugs but it seems like they are fixing them).  It could probably use a couple more tutorials for the first time user. Just something to pass on. I look forward to any other ideas you may have to share with me.
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I think telemarketing is a better idea.
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Buy a generic telemarketing book off amazon, then create your own. It will pay dividends because you will know why you say certain things and can apply it to other things when you have the knowledge. Creating your own words will make you feel more at ease when you come to do it too-and a lot of people never get to that point.

And if all else fails ask lots of Intelligent! questions.

Questions give you control, prospect information, the ability to indirectly show your authority and they build trust.
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I am wanting to start telemarketing to residential customers and need a good script any advicePimpin
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Shall I turn the lights off on the way out of this forum?

Is the party elsewhere?
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SteamPro

Really like your site, looks very professional. Just wondered do you get much from your opt in box and have you tested moving it around the page?

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