Outline your offline viral marketing strategy

Delivery in
5 days
(16 reviews)
Response time
within a few hours

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What you get with this Hourlie

Have you ever heard about guerilla marketing? (This Hourlie was first called "Outline your guerilla marketing, but I guess "guerilla" is too scary sounding for 2017....) If not, I'll give it to you in a nutshell: to spark awareness of your image with the potential customer through onorthodox means. Usually it requires only a fraction of a normal marketing budget, but exceeds the latter in results. See the images and you'll get the idea.

I love thinking out-of-the-box and if you're in need of some keen ideas on how to make a big impact with a small budget, let me think up 3 ideas you could use. This of course include explanations and variations, as well general heads-ups from a marketing/business perspective. Even if you decide not to bring them into practice; this report helps you shed a new light on how your product or service is perceived by your target audience - making sure you pick the best strategy for future times!

The product I will provide you with when buying this hourlie is a 3-5 page report with an outline of 3 different strategies as well as general tips on how to improve your brand/product's image. The ideas I come up with are focused on creating instant virality/buzz, but will always take in regard your long-term strategy.

Please take note that the 5-day delivery deadline is merely an indication. It can take up to two weeks for the job to be finished to my (and, of course, your) satisfaction. It's a creative process that I cannot rush. I want to exceed your expectations - sometimes it takes a few more days to let that one great idea come to life. Please see the reviews I've received for this Hourlie - it's worth the wait!

What the Seller needs to start the work

- The company's website URL
- The company vision (if any)
- A description of the customer-base & where communication takes place between you and your customers (email, website, office, etc.)
- A description of current products/brands
- The marketing budget
- And last but certainly not least: how far do you want to take it? I could look up the boundaries of ethics if you'd wish, or you might want to keep it as polite as possible.