How To Start Selling Local Reputation Services - Local Reputor Review

How To Start Selling Local Reputation Services Local Reputor Review

With a major shift to online selling, all businesses have had to adapt.  For local business leaders, this has been particularly difficult as MOST local businesses did very little to attract attention online.

Little Biz Resources will eventually release a course that helps you build additional assets to promote to local business.  This is a great way to get started generating monthly revenue while helping local business leaders.

To get started selling local reputation services, you’ll need a great tool – Like Local Reputor!  I’ve included a video overview of my thoughts and my bonuses!

The local bundle is currently $247, saving up to $385 from buying individually through the front end. *This is the offer I recommend because you need 5 out of 6 of the offers if you want to build a real business doing this.*  The link also has the front-end offer available.

Kim's Local Reputor Bonus For Bundle Purchases

I really want you to purchase the product on the merit of the product – but I also want you to become a massive success at your services.  For those who purchase the bundle through my link, you will get free access to my upcoming Google My Business Course.

Not to brag, but I used to rank (and keep some of my sites and remaining client sites) in the top 3 spots on Google Local Results and maps.  It takes me about 10 min a month to maintain this!

To get to this level, I had to put a few pieces in place. One of the sections in my training is equivalent to another person’s training for $1200.  Another section is offered by someone else for $997.  Neither of their training is updated and they both have missing pieces – so, you’ll get access to some pretty good info to help you succeed.

This training will NOT be available outside of an offer as a bonus.  This is exclusive to related products.  It will also not be available until after the refund period (mostly because I’m still building it to adapt for recent changes in the Google algorithm).