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How I Improved My Skills Quickly (a musical story)

Over the last 12 years I have had many talented partners (Jay Levinson-Guerrilla Marketing, Michael Port-Product Factory, Craig Valentine – World Class Speaking and others). In each of these relationships I was inspired to be more creative and productive than would have been on my own

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What is Marketing?

Every Contact is Marketing - Mastering Online Marketing

Every contact with the public is marketing. This simple but essential piece of wisdom was coined by Jay Conrad Levinson back in 1984 in the first Guerrilla Marketing book.     Key Points: Marketing is EVERYTHING you do to promote your business. It begins the moment you visualize your business and continues up to, and […]

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3 Keys To Building Trust In Business Relationships

Ever since I was a psychotherapist and wrote my first psychology books in the early 1990’s, it has been apparent to me that that the building of trust is perhaps the most important concept in any relationship. Unfortunately due to our own personal histories and patterns we are often unaware of we unknowingly sabotage trust in some of our communications.
In this 2 minute video you will learn 3 essential keys for building trust in business relationships. It is simple but important.

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Get More Customers By Understanding Marketing [audio]

In this short audio presentation Mitch Meyerson, Founder of Guerrilla Marketing Coaching, will teach you what marketing is and specific ways to grow your business. [audio:http://www.masteringonlinemarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/WhatIsMarketing.mp3|titles=What Is Marketing] Interesting in becoming a marketing coach? Find out more and place you name on the waiting list for our next session. www.GMarketingCoach.com Join our Facebook Guerrilla Marketing […]

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Affiliate Program Basics: Creating Multiple Streams of Income

What Are Affiliate Programs? Affiliate programs are the Internet’s version of a retail company’s commission-based sales program. Simply put, you refer a customer through your affiliate link and get a check. The beauty is that as an affiliate you won’t physically handle products, create marketing tools, set up the sales process or collect the money. It is all handled by the affiliate manager. You just refer a potential customer (via email, social media, website or blog promotion). Nice and simple. It is a perfect way to start developing multiple streams of income which is essential in these economic times.

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