When you're marketing online, certain sites put a ton of restrictions on letting you post your link, but they will let you market easily without it. So what do you do when you have great traffic sources in which you can't directly post your link? Well, many of the same sites and pages that have a problem with you posting your link, will let you post your number with minimal ghosting or restrictions.



Okay, that tip is good within itself, but to extend it just a bit further.. what if you just didn't feel like being on call for everyone who called this number? You can create a Google Voice account that goes straight to voicemail. Listen up: on this voicemail, you can leave a short and sweet message enticing the lead to learn more and then directing them to either another number to call or even a website. You can record this message yourself or get a pro to make a message for you on Fiverr.com or a similar website for $5 or less.

So where does Godaddy come in to the equation? Well… when you're marketing verbally, it's not always super easy to tell a person to go "This site dot com forward slash my affiliate link." Instead, you can come up with your own catchy domain name that is easy to remember and easy to type like "InstantRewardSignup.com" or anything that you can come up with that easy to type and remember and use that in your voice messages. 

Google Voice, GoDaddy and possibly Fiverr can be your best friends when it comes to creative marketing. So if you're looking to diversify your marketing efforts, be sure to give these resources a try.

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