What would you do if you had 2500 copies of your new book delivered to your small office in Meridian, ID?
I was faced with that question late last week. Before I show you my solution, I want to tell you a bit about my new book. I’m giving 100 copies away here. If that’s all you need to know, click on over and claim a copy.
It’s called Reputation Equals Revenue, and it’s all about the who, what, where, why, and how of online reputation for local businesses.
Why a Reputation Management Book?
When speaking with entrepreneurs and marketers from all across North America, I realized online reputation really matters to them. I knew it was important before because the software that provided the genesis for RevenueJump is something I came up with two years ago.
But, at some point, I started realizing the reputation management work we did for our clients made a difference in their everyday lives. They saw tangible results that improved their profits, their relationships with their own customers, and their overall quality of life.
Reputation Doesn’t Stand Alone
I’m not downplaying the importance of inbound marketing, SEO, content marketing, social media, or email marketing. Far from it! Those are all important for the long term success of any modern business.
But your online reputation is something you see at work every day. Your potential customers read your reviews and research you through your website and social media profiles. Digital word of mouth, and how you represent yourself online, are crucial to your success.
I wrote this book just because I wanted to pass on what I’ve learned over the years. I want you to feel empowered by the possibilities having a five-star online reputation presents.
Get Your Free Book
If you run a good business, it’s yours for the taking. Which is why I’m giving away 100 copies of my new book. All you have to do is tweet a URL and let me know where to mail it. I’ll cover shipping and deliver it to your doorstep.
What’s even better? It’s a quick read. I wrote it with the busy business person in mind.
What Did I Do with 2500 Books?
Our office in Meridian isn’t big, by any means. It’s comfortable for our small staff, but we don’t exactly have much dedicated storage space.
So, when the UPS guy showed up with 27 boxes of books, I wanted to do something out of the ordinary.
Here’s what I did, condensed into 45 seconds:
I hope you claim your free book!
Thanks for readinng!