Local marketing is formidable. In my experience it’s much easier than marketing online affiliates. There is less competition, so getting websites to rank well is easier, and you don’t have to do much backlinking at all. Have a look at local courses.
I think local marketing can be somewhat fun too. Usually I’ve just used a default ugly WordPress theme when I make an affiliate website and focus on content. But if you’re promoting a local company, you should create a pleasant looking site for them, include some pictures of their shop, and do some other stuff I think are way more important than just testing another HDTV layout.
If you are interested in local marketing, I advise you to get a guide that will walk you through all the steps. I ‘d like to give you the best 3 courses I’ve seen so far. I’ve used these three guides so the comments are accurate. Also, all three courses are good so I don’t put them in any order, or anything.
First is Marketing for Power 3. You’ve already learned of this one whether you follow David Bocock or PotPieGirl. In fact I got this course just because I follow and usually trust these two marketers. The course is very good and is focused on helping you set up very small , simple websites. You should contact a company owner after creating a website and wanting it to score high, and give them the real rating and they realize they’ll get results. You can then either rent them space on the site, or just sell them the site at a higher price.
Central Mobile Fusion is up. I learned of that through Ryan Deiss, whom I don’t usually trust. It has been a popular course, however, and I was interested in mobile marketing so I got it. Any lady really completes the course and not Ryan, and it was a positive thing for me. And the work out is quite comprehensive. It encompasses any move including helping a company assert its location on Google Sites, setting up QR codes, and promoting mobile marketing strategies for companies.
Net Gain in Space is the third alternative. This course has been running for a few years, and is now and then revised. It focuses on establishing one main website with many separate pages called spaces. You can rent them out to different business owners after rendering certain rooms. Making those spaces and renting them out is really easy, but getting spaces to rank as well as individual domains requires a little effort.
If you are involved in this last section, the newest edition named Net Space Benefits 3.0 [http:/netspaceprofits30.org/] is about to be published. It has a section on how to improve these “spaces” and give them a better rank and performance than before