If you want to know one marketing tip that is virtually rejection-free and works like a charm to bring you leads almost immediately, try Larry Beacham’s Sticky Notes Marketing technique. It is his tried and true system that is designed to work for any network marketer. Here are the details.
Marketing Tip #1: Acquire The Inexpensive Supplies and Get Started!
This project requires only two affordable types of products to get started. You can get them at your local Staples or other office supply store. Let’s head on over there…
Grab as many Post-It Notes or other generic sticky notes as you can afford. Post-It Notes are approximately $4 or less per 100 sheets. Other brands may be cheaper.
Then grab a customizable ink stamp kit. Larry specifies that the Brother Model# 2770 stamp kit, which is approximately $30 or less at Staples, fits the best onto the sticky notes as far as the default font size and width are concerned. You can order a customized stamp at Staples, also, if you would rather not create the stamp yourself for a slightly higher cost. I recommend you start off with the cheapest materials until you can upgrade to more sophisticated equipment.
Marketing Tip #2: Create Your Mini Flyers
Next, you are going to stamp your little “Mobile Classified” message (as Larry calls them) on each Post-It Note. Use these exact words. Larry has already tested what works best, so why second guess him?
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Marketing Tip #3: Get the Message Out & Take Massive Action!
Place these sticky notes strategically at various locations. Some obvious, high traffic areas include:
- Next to the digital interface at various gas pumps (typical gas station has an average of 4-20 pumps; place one on each pump, if possible)
- ATM machines (inside the bank and all outside ones)
- DVD rental stations like at Wal-Mart, Kroger, local pharmacies, etc.
- Coin counter stations (same locations mentioned above)
- Banks (speakers–outside, stations–inside, ATMs)
- Bill changers (laundromats)
- Car wash (credit card machine or at the vacuum station)
- Vending machines
- News stands (self-serve; purchase a copy, grab all other copies and slap a sticky note on each and put them back!)
- Other high-traffic areas
Be creative and don’t be afraid. If someone complains, just shrug it off and move on to the next place. No big deal. Just be sure to take MASSIVE ACTION. Twenty to 30 per day is NOT massive action. Fifty per day is good, but 100+ per day is massive.
Now Larry warns that as soon as you start posting these little flyers, your phone will start to ring. Be sure you are ready to answer, or better yet, have a prerecorded voicemail message that will take all your incoming calls and provide them with the call-to-action you want them to take. You can send them to your website, to a home/hotel meeting, live event, etc…
Keep in mind that when people start calling you, they are going to think that they are calling about a job posting, because of how it is worded on the sticky note. When you follow up with your lead, remember to project a professional image and establish yourself as a leader from the beginning to ensure success.
That’s all there is to Sticky Note Marketing. See how easy it is? Let’s get started.