Who knew that having any level of expertise with computer support could be profitable? We did. However, we also understand the challenges in growing those profits beyond family, friends, and legacy clients.
At CrossLoop, we're savvy in connecting people across expertise, distance and time with some tricks up our sleeve to help you, our Experts, increase your network and profits.
Growing your revenue as an expert in tech support is easier than it seems. Col-calling in sales is actually the #1 most hated action by sales people and entrepreneurs. To help relieve that pain, we've come up with a list of simple ways to get in front of your target audience without having to initiate the dreaded cold-call.
These tips have been extremely helpful for many of our Experts so we'd like to share them with the rest of you to help you continue growing your business and profits:
- Tell your friends and family. Let's start off simple - your friends and family are your best leads. Use our simple 'Tell a Friend' email and let everyone know what you're doing on CrossLoop.
- Post your CrossLoop URL. Carry your personalized CrossLoop URL wherever you go online. Review our tutorial on how it works with Yahoo, Craigslist, Twitter and other networking, classified sites.
- Give advice on tech forums. The best way to get your name out there is to build awareness and drive traffic to your profile through discussion boards. Give advice relevant to your expertise in forums such as Yahoo! Answers, Tech Guy Forums, Computer Forums, and CNET's Computer Help Forum. Make sure you include your CrossLoop personal URL as your signature when posting to these forums.
- Advertise on CrossLoop. 500,000 unique users having over 750,000 sessions per month. Now those are a powerful, targeted set of eyes that will see your brand on a regular basis. Our advertising solution gives you the reach and engagement you need to reach the customer you want, including the:
- Tech-Savvy Expert, interested in learning about new ways to enhance their business.
- Digital Household, interested in keeping their home systems running smoothly.