Local Lead plan is live – win a free copy

Local Lead Plan is now live! If you want to find out what it’s all about, head on over and watch the video. I know its pretty boring, but hey, I never said I was a dynamic speaker;)  So far the feedback from people who have tested the course has been great.


To commemorate the launch I am giving away a free copy.

To enter tweet: just entered to win a free copy of the Local Lead Plan course http://bit.ly/95sLqy

Or if you don’t do the Twitter thing just leave a comment to this post.

I’ll pick the winner in 2 days, on Friday at noon.

Update: Due to user feedback for a place to continue the local lead gen discussion, I just launched a forum on the site!

Head on over and check it out, everyone is welcome!  Local Lead Plan Forum

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Comment by Kiley
2010-04-14 17:06:28

Alright! There it is. Uh..no beta for me?! I’m hurt, Chad, really hurt.

Comment by Karol Gajda
2010-04-14 17:44:00

Thanks Chad, this course looks awesome. I’m on twitter hiatus, but I’ll tweet about it when I get back. :)

Comment by Dave Davis
2010-04-14 17:52:35

You had me at 2:17

Very third tribe.

If I don’t win, I’ll be buying. I hope this doesn’t effect my chances of winning ;)

Comment by Chad
2010-04-14 18:11:35

lol, ya you might not win now. Just kidding it will be totally random.

Comment by Rob
2010-04-14 18:10:57

Hi Chad. Stoked for this! Thanks!

2010-04-14 18:13:11

Local Marketing is something that seems really interesting and given my somewhat out of the way location may or may not be a good idea to get into. Looking forward to reading your guide.

Comment by Paul
2010-04-14 18:29:03

Very excited! Thanks, looks great

Comment by Profit Addiction
2010-04-14 18:37:28

Enter me in!

Comment by J
2010-04-14 19:26:15

Ooh, enter me in!

Comment by JT
2010-04-14 21:26:57

Hope to win one…for once! :)

Comment by Goldmaker
2010-04-15 02:35:40

What local biz could argue against this biz model? Curious why you din’t take the franchise route vs. ebook?

Thanks…(free copy?)

Comment by Jasont
2010-04-15 02:58:39

I really need to learn more about this and your book may be the perfect start!

Comment by Yasagun
2010-04-15 03:28:50

Someone feels need it. Thanks for sharing :)

Comment by Matt
2010-04-15 03:38:02

Looks like an awesome product, Chad! What I like is that you are obviously doing this stuff and not just writing out of theory.

Comment by sakana
2010-04-15 03:53:51

had been talking to someone about this for hours…

now, please enter me to win it!

Comment by Hoo
2010-04-15 05:00:04

Pick Me Please.

Comment by affrocks
2010-04-15 06:54:06

Count me in – first for the free copy, later for the paid course (if i dont win the free copy, of course :-) )

Comment by Scott
2010-04-15 12:18:28

I swore off buying ebook/ ecourses a long time ago. But this looks like I’ll be making an exception. This is something I’ve wanted to get involved in.

Comment by Trond M.
2010-04-15 12:30:04

Sounds interesting, please enter me to win :)

Comment by Kyle
2010-04-15 14:22:26

I agree with Scott!

This looks like an awesome product, and I’ve been getting really into local consulting lately, so I’d love a copy.

Thanks Chad,

Comment by NJ
2010-04-15 14:23:29

So… yeh. Sounds great. (Here lies winner, lol). Thanks!

Comment by NAthaniel
2010-04-15 14:54:02

looks like a great course- thanks for making this offer

Comment by MK
2010-04-15 15:41:29

I would love a free copy. Please enter me.


2010-04-15 16:14:29

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Comment by John Zehr
2010-04-15 16:26:28

I love your stuff, man. It’s meaty–to fluff–and local marketing is uber-pertinent. I hope I win the free copy. “Free” is my middle name!

Comment by Kumar
2010-04-15 16:57:44

I have been doing this local affiliate marketing in India for last 3 years and believe me it’s a real killer. Easy to dominate and super-easy to scale up.It was so good that I also work with other internet markets from different countries – helping them do the same – on a partnership model.Will look forward to what your course has to offer.

Comment by Aghper
2010-04-15 18:18:45

I have been waiting for this for a long time.thanks Chad.
what i liked about your sales page was no hype or limited qty,all the BS…straight forward.thanks

2010-04-15 18:51:19

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Comment by Tim
2010-04-15 23:08:55

I’m always eager to read anything that you have to say and will probably buy a copy anyway because I am grateful for how you’ve given away such a huge amount of awesome info on this blog over the years.

I already do some local lead gen/PPC/SEO but I am positive I would learn a lot from you. Thanks Chad!

Comment by John Zehr
2010-04-16 15:38:32



WIIIINNNNN the free copy!!!!!

Comment by Steve
2010-04-16 16:02:56

I’m about to launch a hyperlocal news site for my city and certainly a directory section targeting (local) company categories is something to consider.

Rank ‘em high for a oft-searched-for, and geocentric keyword phrases (as in rank #1 for it), and charge local businesses to sponsor or otherwise have exclusive advertising on that page.

One of the best things about Geotargeting ecommerce is that internet marketers are a little more likely to share what’s working for them, since other marketers are in different cities and therefore not direct competition.

Plus a lot of big companies (ie. AOL) have turned their eyes toward hyperlocal news sites too, and you can bet they’ll be battling us small guys for local advertising as well. >:(

Comment by Jeff
2010-04-16 19:52:40

I’m sure most would agree that the hardest part about local lead generation is getting clients. In addition to the usual way of getting clients – hiring sales reps, going to mixers, Chamber of Commerce, Meetup groups, etc – I’ve found that partnering up with other sales professionals seem to be a profitable route.

In a past world, I did this without fail. I would go to Craigslist and post a job request in the “Sales” section. I would mention that I’m looking for anyone currently doing “face-to-face” or “outstide” sales that is looking to supplement their current income.

I partnered up with a pharmaceutical sales rep and a merchant service sales rep (the guys who sell the credit card machines) and they cross-promoted my services to their prospects and clients. Just from those two sources alone I had a stream of business. I would 1090 both people and there really wasn’t a conflict of interest.

Of course, you can rinse and repeat this process on CL and you can also empower your sales contractors to build their own teams so that they can get an override of any clients their team brings in. All it takes is ONE good client to really make this lead generation process work. With Chad’s templates and sample contracts, I can’t see how you can go wrong.

Good luck to all!

Comment by Toho
2010-04-19 21:34:52

I’ve followed your blog for the last year. Some great information here and I would love to win the local lead gen book.

2010-10-12 07:07:47

The Local Lead Plan is pretty comprehensive, although if you’d like to become a master at the lead generation game, you will probably find yourself heading to the library or bookstore to pick up additional books on prospecting and sales closing when you decide to scale your business on a massive scale.

Comment by Csaba Burillak
2010-10-22 07:02:33

Hi Chad,

The course stuff is very promising. I am interested in it and I hope I can help my friends starting their local business here in Hungary where firms are seriously hit by the economic crises.

Take care,

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