How to find reps locally

As has already been documented elsewhere on this blog, Google+ is a smart marketing tool, but did you know that you can also use it to find potential new business partners right under your nose in your home town

How is this possible?

Well it is actually much easier than you might think, its free… and you don’t even need to use the search engines or any paid advertising to do it.

All you do, is log into your Google+ account, then go to the ‘home’ tab, located at the top on the left handside.

Click on that and you will see a tab on the drop down menu, called ‘Find People’… Click on that tab and you can then find people, who are all located either within your home town, or certainly within a few miles radius of where you are.

The other posistive thing about using Google+ in this way, is that you can look at their profiles and see if they have any ‘Google’ pages set up. If they have then you can do a bit of further research on them, to see if they have anything in common with your business.

Alternatively, you can also use the search bar in Google+ by enterting ‘local professionals’ or ‘local business in YOUR TOWN’

Doing a bit of research on potential reps, can save you a lot of time in the long run, because, depending on what they have put on their websites, gives you an indication as to how professional they may be.

Remember applied education is the difference.

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