Have traditional sales strategies (i.e., offline marketing) become a thing of the past or re-emerging as still a time-tested and sure way of promoting your network marketing business? With so many network marketers turning to internet marketing, it seems like some people don't remember or even know what offline marketing is any more. Let's take a look at the meaning and how it can be applied to our modern day.
So, what is offline marketing? It is the opposite email list of online marketing and includes all other forms of selling a business without the use of the internet. For most businesses, offline marketing promotes products or the company by advertising through television, radio, billboards, magazines, and the like. Traditional marketing for a network marketer.
However, includes doing home/hotel meetings, calling friends and family (your "warm market"), prospecting at public places like the mall, and other savvy methods to peak interest of prospects. Offline marketing can be used in two different ways: 1. Using postcards, drop cards, business cards, etc. to capture someone's attention, then getting them to contact you by phone and/or directing them to your website to get them to buy something, watch a video, or sign up to receive a free report/newsletter/ebook.