Outsourcing: Using Twitter To Find Local Customers

Outsourcing: Using Twitter To Find Local Customers

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Daven Michaels

New York Times Bestselling Author, 30-year business veteran, and Executive Chairman of CurrentC Group.

Daven Michaels, 123Employee, Outsourcing in the   Philippines, Offshore Outsourcing Services,   Call Center Services, BPO Services Company,   Call Center Services philippines, Philippine   Call Center Services, Business Process   Outsourcing Services, Outsourcing Company,   Virtual assistantLocal searching and networking has become more and more popular now that it has become much easier and fun to do. Keeping your social networking to a local level can mean more profits in your pocket as a business owner. Most businesses do not have a worldwide presence. 80% of business is conducted on a local level with customers being within 20 miles of any kind of professional establishment. Car dealers, restaurants, dentist offices, real estate companies and retail stores ate just a small part of local Internet searches and business.

Twitter is an easy way to find local customers, tell them about your business and direct them to websites where they can find specials, hours of operation, directions and coupons to print. Many new Twitter applications can now narrow your search of followers to a local area. You could literally have thousands of followers just in your city alone! Networking with them can mean real business and profits for you, no matter what kind of business own.

Outsourcing can help you target these people and build your Internet presence. Often these marketing practices can be fun, but time consuming and confusing. An overseas outsourced virtual assistant, trained in Internet marketing, can free up time for you to concentrate on critical business tasks while growing your list of potential customers and leads. For as little as $5.00 an hour, your company can have a dedicated outsourcing rep to help with all aspects of billing, call center management and building your list of followers. Twitter is a great place to advertise your business at a fraction of the cost of direct mail.

Pop culture phenomenons like Twitter can be a great place to show off your business no matter how large or small it is. If you look carefully, you’ll see many top businesses, worldwide and local, connecting with people on Twitter to offer information, customer service and advertising. Staying on top of all the new web technology can be hard to do, but outsourcing gives you the advantage of building clients, networking in real time and genuinely having fun on the Internet. Learn more about how outsourcing your Twitter duties can build your business while saving you a ton in labor costs. Welcome to the future of marketing!

Daven Michaels is an award-winning outsourcer and author of the book, ‘Outsource This!’ Daven has been honored more than any other individual or outsourcing organization. You can get more information on outsourcing by visiting www.123Employee.com

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