Monday, February 13, 2006

OFFLINE MARKETING: How to get a free complete local customer list?

By Luis Galarza

Offline Marketing Advice & Tips.- Why is so important to try to gain customers on your local area? Well, because will be easier to sell to your neighborgs than to those guys that live 200 miles away from you, they don't know you like the people in your town. For you to sell anything online, you have to build a really good relationship with your web visitors, ezine subscribers, and your online community. Plus, you need to do a lot of branding marketing to gain thrust from web users.

That's why I though you need to know how you can get Offline mailing, phone, and fax list, all in one place absolutely free of charge. Is very simple just go to is a excellent business directory where you can find local businesses contact information starting from mailing address, phone number, fax numbers, and some details about the companies. you can search by state and then choose the town listings.

This is a super free tool that you can use to start building your business in your town and neighborg's towns as well... Use it wise depending of the products or services that you provide. Maybe you don't have nothing for business use, but you can sell to the employees working for the firm. Remember, those employees are real poeple and they maybe looking for what you have to offer.

Whatever you do to get to this prospects (the companies or their employees), make sure you use some good business etiquete, like: If you going to send a mailing piece make sure you send it on a Monday or when most of employees are at work. Do not send mail everyday, or you going to end up in the trash right away (will be like offline SPAM). So, try to limite your mail, calls, visits, or faxes to once per week or per month. Enjoy this new tool, and hope you get lots of sales.

About Author: Luis Galarza is a Business and Communication Consultant. Learn how to save money own your phone bill at: And get your free business tips at:
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syl said...


Would you like to own your own advertisement network,
which will grow every day, where you can publish
your own ads, affiliations, links etc... for Free?

I have set up this system :


Can you review it and tell me what you liked or perhaps disliked?


Luis Galarza said...

Hi Sylvain... thanks for your comment, one to you need to know when posting comments on blogs or social networking member sites, is to make it the request seen more as a call for help instead of an ad. Other than that is great that you are taking action marketing your site...

And you know what, I'm going to take a look and post my personal review of the site as soon is legal.

Thanks again,

Luis Galarza, Small Business and Marketing Consultant.

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