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1. In the ad you can show your name, company name, phone number, mobile number, email address, web site address and a 40 word blurb (called 'extra info').

1. In the ad you can show your name, company name, phone number, mobile number, email address, web site address and a 40 word blurb (called 'extra info').

2. Increase your appeal to potential clients by adding testimonials from previous clients. Feedback from people visiting the site shows that they are more likely to contact people with testimonials than those without.

2. Increase your appeal to potential clients by adding testimonials from previous clients. Feedback from people visiting the site shows that they are more likely to contact people with testimonials than those without. These testimonials will be displayed on your individual page.

3. Yearly advertisers get a 30% discount on the price of banner ads on LocalPetPeople and our sister sites.

4. Yearly advertisers get a separate individual page. The individual page will contain your testimonials, a copy of your ad, a picture of you or your shop/house/dogs and in interview (should you choose to fill in the interview form. A link will be emailed to you once you've paid for your yearly ad).

This is a way for you to get noticed more by the people who visit our site. We will highlight one advertisers interview each week on the front page of LocalPetPeople.com. Clients have commented that they will contact people who've been interviewed before they contact others. Clients have also suggested they will prefer interviews where they can see a picture of the dog sitter/walker.

5. Free advertising on the recruitment page.

6. A great saving on web design. 20% off the price on the DogBasicsDesign.com design services. Read more on the Web design offer page.

7. As a yearly advertiser you get a free display of your ad on our sister sites that correspond to your ad on LocalPetPeople. This offer ends on the 31st of October 2008.

If you for example advertise on the Dog Walkers page on LocalPetPeople, then you automatically get a free ad on the UKdogwalkers site. If you advertise on the House Sitters page and the Small Animal Care page, you also get free displays of your ad on UKhousesitters and on UKsmallpets. And so on...

Things that will make you more attractive to your potential customers...

1. Add as many recommendations from your current clients as possible. Ask your clients to got to the recommendation form. Our feedback suggests that people who are looking for a dog sitters/walker will contact the people with the highest number of recommendations first.

2. Get a web site or web page! The more information you offer your potential clients, the more interested they become. With nice pictures of the pets you've cared for in the passed and a picture of yourself, you will stand a much better chance. Having said that... make sure your web site is of good quality or you might loose the customer before they've even got to your services page. Web sites with 'under construction' signs or half finished pages will not give a good impression. Clashing or garish colours is also a bad idea. Why don't you visit DogBasicsDesign.com to see if they can help you with a web site.

3. When the client comes to pick up their pet, some pet sitters will have a letter written out with details of their stay and a picture, almost like a little diary. Some pet sitters will give a CD with pictures of the pet (long stays) or email a few pictures or short video clips of their stay. If you and the client have picture mobile phones, you can send them a daily or weekly picture of their pet.

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