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Mark Joyner

Posted on 30 July 2008 by Linda Joseph

Mark Joyner’s New Book for Free#1 best-selling author Mark
Joyner, the man people like Dearl Miller call “the greatest marketing mind
of our generation” has just released his new book, but it’s not yet
available at your local bookstore.

Instead, he’s letting you download it now for free.

If you want to learn how to grow your business, this is an absolute
must-read. (I just read through it and it is very good!)

And the Integration Marketing Deal Board
you’ll find there is one of the most powerful marketing resources on
the net.

Helping you define your roadmap to success,

Linda

PS This is a ‘no-brainer’! Get the book for free!

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How a Webinar Service Can Build Your Business

Posted on 22 July 2008 by Linda Joseph

Webinars provide a lot of value-ad for your list/customers by allowing your viewers to hear your voice and see you computer.

How a Webinar Service Can Build Your Business…

Webinars are the ‘new kid’ on the block.  A webinar allows you to interact with your customers on a new level.  You clients can actually watch what you doing as well as listen to your voice.  The perceived value is much higher than a typical teleseminar.

Whatever your niche, you can use a webinar to build your list, provide more value to your current customers and provide content you can sell.

There are several services out there that provide this service. It has been a year since I have researched the options but have been using gotowebinar for a couple of years and really like their service.

I have several clients that need to run an occasional webinar but don’t want the monthly expense nor want to learn how to setup and use the service. I now offer webinar service for clients which they love.

They tell me when they want the webinar, how many attendees and panelists then I set it up; give them the invitation link and give them control five minutes before the start.

The cost depends on the services, but it can be as low as $25/hour to $150/hour. Most of my clients ask me to provide a recording that they can then burn to a DVD and sell as a product. It is a cheap way of developing a product.

I’ll review my favorite service soon!

Helping you define your roadmap to succss,

Linda

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webinar service

Posted on 22 July 2008 by Linda Joseph

Webinars provide a lot of value-ad for your list/customers by allowing your viewers to hear your voice and see you computer.

There are several services out there that provide this service. It has been a year since I have researched the options but have been using gotowebinar for a couple of years and really like their service.

I have several clients that need to run an occasional webinar but don’t want the monthly expense nor want to learn how to setup and use the service. I now offer webinar service for clients which they love.

They tell me when they want the webinar, how many attendees and panelists then I set it up; give them the invitation link and give them control five minutes before the start.

The cost depends on the services, but it can be as low as $25/hour to $150/hour. Most of my clients ask me to provide a recording that they can then burn to a DVD and sell as a product. It is a cheap way of developing a product.

I’ll review my favorite service soon!

Helping you define your roadmap to succss,

Linda

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Ripped Off… Almost

Posted on 08 July 2008 by Linda Joseph

Internet Marketing Rip Off Scheme???

I am actually a bit embarassed that I allowed myself to be taken in by these con artists.

Here is the scenario:  I receive a phone call about a recent product I purchased.  “Hi Linda, I’m calling for xxxx xxxx(Internet Marketing guru who made the product) and know that you will receive the package soon but xxx xxx wanted to tell you about a special offer for only a select few.”

Con #1 – This marketer has no idea that these people are using his name as a way of introduction.  It took me off my guard.  I had bought the product and since this was a new marketer he was probably trying to build his testimonial base.  It all seemed legit.

Con #2 – The company wanted to make sure that I was willing to invest the time and the money to make this work.  In other words did I have some credit cards that I could use to ‘leverage’ my investment.

Con #3 – The first contact was the pre-screener.  Any detailed questions were going to be answered if I passed the first qualifying round.

Con #4 – The expert salesman/con artist threw around guru names and Internet marketing terns wanting to make sure that I was committed enough to be a success and provide a testimony for their service.

Con #5 – Give us your credit card info so I can guarantee your position in the program and then  you will be mailed a guarantee and a non-disclosure agreement.

The longer he talked that fishier is was sounding.  I asked about a list of what I was getting for my investments; I asked for testimonials for other people in the program; I asked which Internet marketing guru mentioned was actually endorsing the program…no satisfactory answer,, hhmmmm

When he wanted the credit card info and I had nothing in writing about what I was going to get,,, I thought,, this is all wrong and told them I needed time to think this over.  I was told they could only hold my spot for 24 hours.  :o(

After I hung up I was upset with myself for being duped for a long time… I did some searches,, found some complaints at Ripped-off reports: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/0/336/RipOff0336033.htm

I also checked the Better Business Bureau and they rated them unsatisfactory.
http://utah.bbb.org/WWWRoot/Report.aspx?site=139&bbb=1166&firm=22006762

Here is the phone number from caller id: 435-652-4673.  This number is registered to Educational Sales & Marketing located at 491 East Riverside Drive, Bldg 1, St. George, UT 84790

They didn’t rip me off but I believe if I would have paid it would have been a rip off.

Please be careful!  Question everyone and everything.  I have a few mentors I trust,, they have proven themselves trustworthy.

If you have been taken by this company, please let me know the outcome.  If you made money I would like to know.  (If I am wrong, I will offer a public apology.)

Helping you define your road map to success,

Linda

PS A trustworthy mentor: Rhea Perry.  She runs a conference every August with trustworthy speakers.  Check out www.FamilyBusinessConference.com

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