What is Lead Poverty?

What is Lead Poverty?

by Josh Peak on May 17, 2011 · 3 comments

Hey Friends,

Just wanted to create a blog post regarding a question that was sent to me.

I sent out an email to my subscriber base, stating that if there were any questions regarding
starting a new online business, or expanding one… then please flood me with them.

Well, that is exactly what happened.

I will start posting them each day, as I know there will be lots learned by doing this.

Below is the first question by Jackie L. from Pittsburgh PA.

Q: Hey Josh, loved your last podcast explaining the marketing funnel.

The marketing pillar part of the show was the most intriguing to me.

My question to you Josh is this: if you were to start tomorrow being a brand new marketer,
what one tool would you start out with to start driving traffic to your Internet sites?

A: Thanks Jackie for the question.

I am asked this quite often, as most entrepreneurs starting a business online usually are working on a tight budget.

So I have two answers to this question.

The first tool I would use is what I often refer to as my Secret Traffic Weapon.

This tool is called Traffic Geyser.

This tool has helped me gain so much traffic over the last few years…

I really couldn’t live without it.

Here is a keyword I rank #3 on, and the keyword is searched 9900 times per month.

I get leads from this position on autopilot every single month.

Canadian Home Business
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CHB Traffic
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Jackie, I will tell you about my second tool tomorrow, and with it…

I usually get leads chasing me down within minutes.

Most things being taught online take weeks or months to see any type of results, and that is cool.

I know in business, there are things that are near, medium, and long range…

But you asked if I was getting started which tool would I use. So, there is half of the answer.

I hope this helps.

Feel free to comment on this post, as it creates great conversation.

Then a great learning experience is usually created.

Josh

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Joe Schroeder July 27, 2011 at 10:01 am

Love the google ad-words tool. Love it and you
explained and helped me a lot here Josh.

Most people, without this tool, will
have no way to truly know the #’s of
whose googling who, locally, to what extent.

fabulous work my man.

Josh Peak July 28, 2011 at 11:38 pm

Thanks Joe, I really appreciate that. You have given me more than money could buy! Your a legend!

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