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How to promote my vehicle leasing company

  • March 25, 2013 4:12 AM EDT

    Hi there, I run a vehicle leasing company, we have great deals for cans, vans, freezer and chiller vans, but they are not getting enough exposure, I have twitter with 300 followers, I run email marketing campaigns, ebay, gumtree, cold calling and mail shots. 

    Do you have any more ideas I could incorporate?

     

    Nick

    • 1 posts
    March 30, 2013 7:07 PM EDT

    Yo! Nick, try hiring a SEO Specialist that can make your company searchable in google, yahoo and bing.

    There are many good seo here in Philippines. One of them is me. =)   Or you can check Odesk and Elance.

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    Primo Archives Management

    • 2 posts
    April 2, 2013 7:03 AM EDT

    Hey Nick,

    Curious as to what level of exposure you're getting currently, and what you consider to be not enough. Are your sales not where you'd like them to be? Traffic as well? Curious as to what your spend is on marketing activities and your ROI. It may be that you're getting decent ROI but aren't spending enough. However there are lots of things you can do on the cheap.

    Do you have company decals on the leased vehicles? This could be a good opportunity for exposure. I agree that SEO and online advertising are absolutes and should be paid attention to but there are other avenues you can tap into as well. I have a blog article mentioning how you can get 150 leads for free. Maybe develop a new lead list and get your info out in a mailer form to new clients/businesses that require refrigerated trucks.

    http://www.littlehootmarketing.com/get-150-free-leads-for-your-business/

    Other than that without an idea of what your budget is, it's kind of hard to give suggestions. I would sit down and come up with 3 measurable goals and then put a plan in place on how to achieve those goals with a detailed action list.

     

    • 27 posts
    July 5, 2013 2:01 AM EDT

    Hi Nick,

    Have you done directory submissions to high ranking pr sites to get your business listed? I think you would need that as well. You would have to be active as well in all forms of social media meaning facebook, twitter, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn, etc.  If you can also do some article blogging that would help people get to know you and your business. You can engage your customers to like your pages and offer them of something value without putting a dent in your pocket. Well, i hope that helps.

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    LeaseQ

    • 8 posts
    March 25, 2013 4:40 PM EDT

    Maybe you can pay some money to post some ads to promote your business.

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