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"If a person gets his attitude toward money straight, it will help straighten out almost every other area in his life." B Graham
When you have your website up and running, and your mailing list, a really fun thing to do is to have a competition. It's easy, it's a bit of fun, it's newsworthy and it gives you the opportunity to engage with your visitors/subscribers in a different way for a change. There are also other benefits.
JVs or Joint Ventures are THE way forward to success in business. But how do you get started with JVs? How can someone who doesn't know ANYONE yet break into the secret circles of JV marketing and learn to make these valuable connections ANYWHERE?
On discovering that I was going to play an experiment in Internet Publishing and Marketing, Martin Curran wrote on the MM List: "Anyway, I don't doubt you'll learn a lot from your new marketing experiment, you're a gutsy lady, I just worry for your immortal soul :) !"
Is marketing evil? Read my response ...
Once a cherished project such as your first ebook or ecourse has been completed, we need to turn our attention to the marketing of your project. Here's where things sometimes turn somewhat difficult if the author and the marketeer are one and the same person, and here's where we have to be cautious and take the right steps in the right order, so we might stay on track. Here is the MOST IMPORTANT and FIRST STEP you need to take - before you even start marketing!
Silvia Hartmann writes: I'm currently assembling a hypnotherapy directory and this involves looking at a great many websites in rapid progression. There are a number of basic mistakes, or should I say omissions, that people make over and over again, so much so that we must say to ourselves, "This is a structure, this is natural to people who are doing their own marketing to be doing this."
Fame & Fortune: Success, Public Recognition & Reward - For YOU! by Silvia Hartmann & Ananga Sivyer This unique energy based HypnoSolution heals, re-writes and re-frames many of the misconceptions people have about what the relationship between artist and audience is like, and what one might have to do or become in order to make this unique relationship ...