To prepare for your discovery meeting you first have to contact Marketing.com using their online form, chat option, or via email or phone. They will want a brief overview of your product and services, and then they will schedule the discovery meeting. For the discovery meeting you will want to bring along: The existing marketing plan or strategy, Analysis reports, SEO strategies, Product/service descriptions, Development descriptions, Demographic information. The marketing professional will then be able to look at these and ask more specific questions to gain insight into what would be the best marketing services to include in your plan.
Okay, now for the good news. Thanks to the internet, everyone now has access to the global economy. Also through the use of lead generation pages, niche websites, social networking, video marketing, and much more, it is actually relatively easy to introduce your opportunity to the global market and have those that are interested contact you. Yes, people interested in the opportunity actually contact you. This is called warm prospecting or warm recruiting because those that contact you are already interested you just have to close the deal and help them get started.