It more than doubled my traffic
New Market, MD (PRWEB) May 14, 2008
Global Resorts Network leader and trainer Ryan Dunn takes a completely different approach from most when marketing his business
online. Not only does he not spend a cent on advertising, he also trains people even without their ever joining his team with Global Resorts Network. For most this would seem absolutely crazy, but Ryan says "It just makes sense. While everyone else is spending thousands of dollars a month on Google Adwords and buying leads of broke people trying to convince others to join their business, I spend nothing and prove to people, rather than try to convince them, that they will be able to benefit from working with my team and Global Resorts Network. Actions speak much louder than words. And to top it all off most of my leads call me I don't chase them."
Ryan uses mostly web 2.0 technology to market his business. Sites like youtube, facebook, dig and squiddo to name a few. The interesting thing is that not only does he drive a lot of traffic and get a lot of attention by posting to these sites for free, but he has also obtained an extremely high organic listing in Google for the keyword Global Resorts Network as a result. In terms of driving quality free traffic to a page there could not be a better keyword to have when marketing Global Resorts Network. "It more than doubled my traffic," said Ryan.
What is even more outrageous is that while most people try to keep their marketing secrets to themselves or sell them for a lot of money, Ryan gives his out completely free to everyone who fills out their name and email on his site at http://www.ryandunn.biz.
He calls it the web 2.0 domination report. In his report he outlines exactly what he does every day, step by step to generate massive free traffic to his site and, more importantly, sales for his business. More information and training can also be found at his training blog at http://www.whoisryandunn.com.
Whether this rather odd marketing strategy works or not is unknown without testing. From the outside looking in, however, Ryan seems to be doing pretty well for himself.