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    Affiliate marketing and refferal marketing is a important part in Limo business as most of the clients and travelers trust their home transportation providers .

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    Has nobody else realized that it should be guerrilla and not gorilla?
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    You guys have once again left me smiling. I started reading the first post and first instincts were to delete the post as I don't like people coming in sponging off us. Seems many of you thought the same thing. Tim, I also thought.....Gorilla Marketing? WTH???

    Jess, if you need help linking, call my marketing girl, ESPIE. 661-831-7955. She can help walk you through it if you need to. She's awesome with that kind of stuff. So is Tim! She's probably nicer to talk to though. Her voice is sweeter and she is clearly the better looking of the two. LOL.

    I'm going to let this spam thread continue for a bit as I am eager to see the responses of the poster to your questions. I'm watching you.
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    Maybe I won't bash this spammer..


    or maybe me and the Gorillas already did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limo Scene View Post
    You guys have once again left me smiling. I started reading the first post and first instincts were to delete the post as I don't like people coming in sponging off us. Seems many of you thought the same thing. Tim, I also thought.....Gorilla Marketing? WTH???

    Jess, if you need help linking, call my marketing girl, ESPIE. 661-831-7955. She can help walk you through it if you need to. She's awesome with that kind of stuff. So is Tim! She's probably nicer to talk to though. Her voice is sweeter and she is clearly the better looking of the two. LOL.

    I'm going to let this spam thread continue for a bit as I am eager to see the responses of the poster to your questions. I'm watching you.
    Jim, you would think Espie is better looking than me, but who is the one that has an appointment for a pedicure in an hour? Yeah, that's right.

    Jared...my man card has already been shipping overnight delivery via FedEx. I kept the sleeve though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Scott View Post
    Maybe I won't bash this spammer..


    or maybe me and the Gorillas already did.
    I don't know but she got quiet on us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brandon1 View Post
    I do all of my own web work. I've tried flyers, radio, local magazine, donating a bus to a charity auction, you name it. I never saw any decent ROI. I do decent with limos.com but if they got any worse it wouldn't be worth it.
    I noticed you had mentioned flyers? Like brochures? We use brochures for local hotels and at the airport and tourist & wayside locations we also have an arrangement with all the local tuxedo rental houses to display our brochures in exchange for a gift certificate for their annual prom party program. I use Vista Print and spend a couple Hundred a year on brochures, and I find them to be worth the time and price as a alternative marketing strategy. We also use the brochures for a end of year mailing that we send out as a reminder to all of our past clients, I was talked into this idea by one of my managers, and to my surprise this actually paid off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Scott View Post
    Maybe I won't bash this spammer..


    or maybe me and the Gorillas already did.
    Do you want me to call her. She is in my city, but I just don't know her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LIMOJESS View Post
    Most definitely, but it isn't GORILLA marketing. That is something done by zoos.
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    Maybe Gorilla Monsoon has left wrestling for marketing. But I think he died.
    Tough times don't last. Tough people do.

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