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Referrals

In our constantly connected social media world, it’s easy to forget that effective marketing and lead generation can take place offline. Share the opportunity and .WS domain with your network. If you find some people uninterested, dig deeper to see who they know who might be interested. Your friends can then refer these people directly to you to find out more. These referred people are great, qualified leads.

Your Website and Contact Form

Adding a contact form to your site is a simple way to generate leads. People can easily input their information that will go directly to your email, allowing you to follow up with anyone who has reached out to you through your site. Simple ways to get people to fill out contact forms are asking them if they would like to learn more or to leave any questions. Get creative with your contact form but don’t overstep your bounds.

Free Education and Reports

This is something you may have seen on many websites and not thought twice about it. But free reports, information, and education that you have to sign up for are usually lead generating tools for these sites. So take advantage of it for yourself. Create a small breakdown of what you have learned working with GDI and how others can benefit and offer that as a free report to anyone who requests it. You will be getting contact information from the requester and helping them to get started. Any bit of education you can offer can count as a free report, so start creating them and sharing them with your new leads!

Video

Much like free reports, video is just another way to share your unique knowledge of GDI experience while creating a bigger online presence. Positioning yourself as a thought leader is a great way to generate leads. Create videos that showcase your knowledge and entice people to find out more. Present clear information for people to take the next steps to contact you to learn more.

 

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