By action | July 16, 2008
Hey gang I hope business is booming for all of you. I just got back early this morning from Arizona. HOT as heck down there!
I’m posting a very short post tonight about creating your own custom telephone number(s) in other cities and states.
You might be asking WHY would I want a different telephone number somewhere else?
Well, it could be as simple as you are going to X-City on vacation and you would like to recruit some local people.
Instead of posting ads with a long distance number you will have a much higher call ratio by using a local telephone number.
PLUS some advertising places will not take a bizopp type ad from people outside of their local area.
What I will normally do is run an ad (or several) in a particular area until I recruit one person (first or second day the ad runs). I let them know that I have ads running in their local market but I’m swamped and NEED HELP! If they can make a decision to get started NOW I will work those leads with them and EVERYONE ‘we’ RECRUIT from those local ads will go under them. And on top of that I would be willing to come to their area and do some meetings etc. to help them launch their business.
I took my (then) 13-year-old son on a 2-week roadtrip through 7 States (Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona) using this technique. Not only was it a blast hanging out with my son for a few weeks he also learned what Dad did for a living. We socialized and networked with our teams and even built a few new organizations on that roadtrip. Even though that trip was 3-years ago I’m still earning month from that trip.
I know there is going to be several questions and comments on this so what I’m going to do is post a few services I know of and if you do have a comment or question go ahead and post it below in the comments section and I will answer each question individually.
http://grandcentral.com/ – now owned by Google
I hope you grasp the potential of having a local telephone number in several markets.
Post your comments and questions below.
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