Best ways to get drop servicing clients

5 Best Ways To Get Drop Servicing Clients | How To Get Drop Servicing Clients and Sales

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Getting drop servicing clients can be a real struggle.

That’s why in this article, we are going to take a look at the 5 best ways to get drop servicing clients and sales. 

Of course, there are hundreds of ways to get drop servicing clients and I could list them all, but I don’t think that would be of much help to you.

Instead, I decided to limit this list down to the 5 methods I believe are truly the best. 

Best ways to get drop servicing clients

5 Best Ways To Get Drop Servicing Clients

Here are the best ways to get drop servicing clients and sales:

  • Google Ads
  • Bing Ads
  • Cold Email 
  • Facebook Ads
  • Blogging

1. Google Ads

Google Ads

Firstly, we have Google Ads. 

I have mentioned Google ads being an effective customer-acquisition method for Drop Servicing businesses many times.

Whatever you’re trying to sell, I guarantee there are tons of Google ads for it. 

Most service keywords will have at least 3-4 ad listings show up on top and if advertisers are fighting over the space, it’s because the spaces have value and work. 

Why They Are Good

Google ads are effective because the user is searching for your service.

There is no guesswork involved in hoping they need your service if they are searching for it, they need it.

Due to the visitor needing your service, you can often charge higher prices as they are already convinced they need it.

Plus, on most commercial terms the click-through rate to advertisers is pretty high (66%).

2. Bing Ads

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Next, we have Bing Ads.

While Bing only gets around 2% of the search engine market share compared to Google’s 92%, they still have a significant amount of traffic to advertise to.

Bing ads are also usually cheaper than Google ads, so that could be a reason to give them a go.

Why They Are Good

Other than the differences named above in the volume of traffic and cost, they have the same advantages as Google ads.

3. Cold Email 

In third spot, we have Cold email.

I was never really a fan of cold anything, but cold email flipped my opinion.

Using tools such as, you can grab emails from LinkedIn profiles or the Google search results page to build a list of 100’s of prospects in minutes.

You can then verify the contacts and create email automation campaigns to reach out to them.

Why They Are Good

Other than the tool (which also has a freemium plan), there is no expense to this method.

This method is low-cost and allows you to connect to many high-quality leads very quickly.

What I will say though, is that you will want to use the first email to get your prospects on the phone to build the relationship.

4. Facebook Ads

Our 4th spot is Facebook ads.

Facebook ads seem to work fantastically in the SEO services industry, but can of course, also work for any other type of service. 

What I like about Facebook ads though, is the retargeting ads.

Your main customer-acquisition channel could be something completely different, but just retargeting people who have visited your site on Facebook can be extremely effective.

For example, you could be doing B2B cold emails and say “Hey, I’m Sam from X Company (hyperlinked to your website)…..” now every time somebody clicks on that hyperlink, you have somebody who is potentially interested and you can retarget them on Facebook.

Of course, you could go much more specific with the page triggers, but this is just one way of getting low-cost Facebook ads.

Why They Are Good

Facebook Ads have such great targeting options including for your initial campaign to get new customers, as well as the retargeting campaigns.

With the right settings, you can get them fairly cheap too and they have worked great for many people.

5. B2B Blogging

Lastly, we have B2B blogging.

If you actually put your time and effort into growing a niche B2B blog in whatever services you want to sell, you will have floods of customers coming your way.

Of course, growing a blog takes a lot of time and effort, so this option will be ignored by most people.

But, if you would have a blog in any of the following niches:

  • Social media strategy
  • SEO
  • Copywriting
  • Developing

Or other good Drop servicing niches. 

Then, businesses reading that or joining your mailing list are often going to be interested in hiring you (your team off Fiverr or Legiit)

Why It’s Good

It’s low cost, super-effective, and allows you to charge high-prices.

Plus, building a stream of free traffic that is there pretty much forever is a huge benefit for any business.

If you want to start a blog, I have a free book that can help you. 

Final Thoughts on Getting Drop Servicing Clients

As you can see, all of these methods are great ways to promote your drop servicing business.

They all have their own advantages and disadvantages, it just depends on which one suits you best.

You can always try different methods out, but I would recommend mainly sticking to one or two. 

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