"How to get new customers without spending a fortune" – MP3

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How can you get new customers to your website without a major investment?

How can you get more prospects, sales leads and sales?

In this MP3, Bryan Todd and cover 5 hot traffic sources and the pros and cons of each:

1) Google ads – what they’re capable of, and their limitations; when they’re cheap and when they’re expensive
2) Solo emails to rented email lists
3) Advertising in online publications
4) Article marketing – the RIGHT ways and WRONG ways to do it
5) Social Media and Facebook Ads (when it will work, and when it’s just a time-suck)

What is "80" and what is "20" for your business right now? Take my 2-minute quiz and I'll show you where you'll get the highest compound interest on your time and money!

In less than 1 hour you’ll have a clear picture of where you can go to get more traffic and more customers. And you’ll gain birds-eye view of these 5 traffic sources.

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Perry Marshall has launched two revolutions in sales and marketing. In Pay-Per-Click advertising, he pioneered best practices and wrote the world's best selling book on Google advertising. And he's driven the 80/20 Principle deeper than any other author, creating a new movement in business.

He is referenced across the Internet and by Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, INC and Forbes Magazine.

14 Comments on “"How to get new customers without spending a fortune" – MP3”

  1. I wanted to thank you for the amazing work you are doing of spreading all the knowledge you have, I been following almost everything and had managed to increase the conversion by 2% for one of my client in just a month but this month the number of conversions is 4 and isn’t rising beyond that.. Please advice..
    Thanks :)

  2. Thanks Perry, Please can you guide me step by step to start joining your really unaware how to start. Appreciated your support on this matter. More Power to you and your team.

  3. In my latest newsletter from you, you say:

    “One of my favorite keyword tools is WordTracker. For most any term, they’ll give you 200-300 related words and phrases that real people have recently typed into search engines…”

    – I’m just concluding their free trial, and what struck me is that their keywords database spans four years, and the numbers are tiny. There are 202 UK searches for LIFE COACH, for example. That’s one per week, and it means that any digging I do is in the dust – the numbers are too small to be statistically significant.

    I worked this issue very thoroughly with their excellent support guy Mal, who eventually, ran out of things to say, except that the tool’s not for everyone or for all niches. (I pointed out to him that even S3X has a relatively tiny number of entries in their database).

    I have the notion that I’m missing something here – clearly WordTracker is globally recognised, and Perry Marshall knows his onions!

    But I can’t see what it is that I’m missing, and Mal was unable to point to it for me.

    I’m not holding my breath, but of course, but if anyone can enlighten me, I’d REALLY appreciate it.

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