What is one thing that almost all people like?
To be given something!
In business its the same.
What business owner doesn’t like to be given something that helps their business?
None…that I’m aware of.
And what better gift to give a business than an awesome new website that takes only a few minutes of your time to setup?
“Wait, I don’t know how to code HTML or buy hosting or use WordPress.”
No worries, with the system I’m going to show you today you’ll be cranking out these simple sites in no time without any of the normal hassles of building a website or buying hosting.
Let’s get started…
Step 1. Identify Your Prospect
Surprisingly, there are many local businesses that do not have a website.
The quickest way to find these businesses is to search Google for local niche + city.
Look at the maps results. Do you see any that don’t have a website link?
If so, these are your potential prospects.
A second method that takes a little more time is to browse through the top 10 to 20 results in Google to see whether any of the websites look like they were built in the last century.
If you find sites that look old and are not mobile responsive, these are potential prospects as well.
Step 2. Grab DFY Chief
DFY Chief is a complete done-for-you website solution that includes 30+ website templates in top local niches.
Simply pick the template, make a few edits to customize it for your prospect and publish it.
The best part?
DFY Chief supplies the hosting for you!
Want to put the website on the customer’s domain?
No problem…they have a simple method for making that happen as well.
Step 3. Contact The Prospect
Reach out to the prospect via phone or email and tell them you’ve built them a website and you’d like to give it to them for free.
You can even send the temporary link to them so they can see it.
When they ask what the catch is you simply say there is no catch, there’s just a small monthly hosting fee.
The hosting fee can be whatever you think is reasonable or what the prospect is willing to pay.
The cool thing is that DFY Chief is handling the hosting so anything you charge for the hosting is pure profit and is recurring every month.
The great benefit of this strategy is that it enables you to get your foot in the door with new businesses, develop a relationship and up sell them to your other services over time.
Strategy Boost – Once you’ve got one business onboard, tell them that if they refer another business for a free website you’ll reduce or wave their hosting fee for a month.
In other words, incentivize your clients to “spread the word” about your business.
Also, if the customer wants edits or anything extra done to the site you can charge for that work and outsource it if you don’t want to do it yourself.
What do you think?
Are you ready to grow using this simple foot-in-the-door strategy?
Grab DFY Chief and Get Started Today
*Note – The DFY Chief sales page focuses on selling these sites. You can do that as well. I’ve presented a different strategy to help you approach new prospects with a simple and easy-to-deliver service.
Also, if you’d like to learn more “foot in the door” strategies I highly recommend the FITD Formula training from Tom Gaddis and Nick Ponte.
Questions? Leave them in the comments…