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4 Steps to Online Evergreen Marketing Campaigns While Keeping a Positive ROI

One of the main issues that I see people struggling with today is finding new people to offer their product(s) or service(s) to.  Below I’ve laid out 4 steps to creating successful online evergreen marketing campaigns.

Over the last year I’ve been working to solve this and today I want to tell you 4 powerful steps that you can take to keep serving your online marketing campaigns to while maintaining a positive ROI.

This concept involves matching your offer (product(s) and/or service(s)) to a much broader audience outside of your core demographic. It’s the process of using creativity to figure out a way to “bridge the gap” between you and your customers. Now, most of you have a target “customer avatar” that you are seeking. Someone who is perfect for your business.

Well, those perfect customers usually don’t have a big “gap” in between you and your product or service. So you can use very traditional marketing strategies to reach out to them. But what next? What happens after those resources become depleted?

What happens when those markets get saturated? How do you reach out to indirect potential customers and figure out a way to tailor your message to fit their needs? Well that is where this marketing technique comes in.

The Best Part?

With this powerful method you can get results in as little as a couple days.

Let’s Dive In:

 

4 Steps to Successful Online Evergreen Marketing Campaigns

 

Step 1: Identify and create a list of several vertical markets which could benefit from your product(s) and/or service(s)

You may have one website or sales page and you try to make it a one-size-fits-all sales pitch and it truly only applies to one type of market or audience.

First, I clearly identify what markets would benefit from my product(s) and/or service(s). Essentially I put together a list of vertical markets that would potentially be interested in my product(s) and/or service(s) and I get laser focused with those audiences.

Below are 4 examples of “vertical markets”.

T-Shirt Sellers – There is a hot trend of affiliate marketers selling t-shirts with Facebook ads, so this was one of the target audiences I wanted to focus on.

Network Marketers – I knew that people in MLM are always looking for ways to generate leads and recruit more people, so this would be a great fit for them.

Real Estate Agents – They are always looking for buyer leads and seller leads, and Facebook ads could be a great way to get them.

Affiliate Marketers – They want to sell more of their own product launches, as well as rank higher in contests for their friends launches. FB ads could help them.

Now these are just a few examples, but I actually list out about 50 vertical markets to go after.

 

Step 2: Start developing specific landing pages geared towards each vertical market

Let’s say that you create your own digital products and launch them on networks like Clickbank and JVZoo. Or perhaps you are an affiliate marketer that promotes other people’s products for a commission on each sale. Or maybe both. Well, let’s look at a few examples of how this marketing can be used to drive significantly more sales in your marketing efforts!

Once you identify the various vertical markets that the product you are promoting can work with, you can then start “bridging the gap” by developing specific landing pages which speak directly to each vertical market.

If I want to target Real Estate Agents, then I’ll make a brief video that shows exactly how a Real Estate Agent would benefit from my product(s) and/or service(s). Then, under that video will be a link to see the full sales page where they can get more details and make the purchase. But rather than promote the main sales page directly, I’ll promote the mini-sales page.

 

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Step 3: Be pro-active with your marketing

Rather than being passive with your business, waiting around for people to contact you, what if you become PRO-ACTIVE with your business and got aggressive with your marketing to this core audience?

For example, you could research a list of golfers who have ranked in the top 10 at one time or another, which would identify that they are probably seeking sponsors to help them qualify one day for the PGA Tour since they are playing pretty well.

Next, you could position yourself as an authority in that space, a website designer who specializes in designing websites for amateur and pro golfers, to help them create brand awareness, raise more sponsorship dollars, and let friends and family know their tour schedule.

Do you see where I’m going here? In traditional marketing you are a website designer, one out of hundreds of thousands, available to people who need a website designed.

But by doing this, you have positioned yourself as an authority in the niche.

 

Step 4: Position yourself as an authority/expert in your marketplace

With this technique you can begin positioning yourself as a more direct solution to several vertical markets (golfers in this example), so that they are FAR more likely to use YOU than some random website designer who does not specialize in their specific career niche.

That’s it. If you follow the steps above you should start seeing results within a few days. This is a system that took me some time to develop  and I’m so glad I got to share it with you today. Tons of folks have gotten results from this and I can’t wait to hear about yours!

 

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