Archives for November 2008

Prospect Pulling Power Utilizing Teleseminars

write_110.jpgLet’s take a look at the powerful combination of article marketing and teleseminars, and the time your average prospect spends on each.

Web Page = 30 seconds.

When somebody comes to your website, that’s about all you have to get them involved in some way, and I’m being very, very generous when I say 30 seconds. Some studies say only 7 seconds.

Think about all the work that goes into a website, and you’re doing all that work for 30 seconds.

That’s a lot of work for 30 seconds.

Article = 5 minutes

One of the reasons why article marketing is so powerful is [Read more…]

Teleseminars + Twitter = BIG PROFITS

alex-sitting-small.jpgA year ago, Twitter was not as influencial as it is today … it amazes me how “tweets” drive so much B2B traffic.  Who knew? 

Click here to see what I’m talking about.

For the past 5 years, 1/5th of my income comes in during a 5-day period.  Hey, I’m not complaining, but I’d prefer to “syndicate” my business revenue a little more in 2009.

If you’d like to listen to what a six-figure Teleseminar sounds like, the please visit this interesting web site now: … you’ll get access to the “Big Call” for life!

Make sure you utilize VIP Discount Code: AM3964 so you can slash $79 from the normal $99 tuition.

If you’re reading this after December 4th, then visit my Teleseminar Secrets Blog for time-proven tips to sell more products and services faster, better and with less human effort.

“Every Word Has Power”

Dr. Yvonne Oswald

Listen to the Replay…

Dr. Yvonne Oswald is a National U.S. award winning author and pioneer in the field of personal growth. A renowned and respected Communications Trainer, Keynote Speaker and therapist, she is a Certified Trainer of Hypnotherapy and a Master Practitioner of NLP and Time Line Therapy™.

During this 1-hour Virtual Book Tour, Dr,. Yvonne Oswald tells the story behind her book, Every Word Has Power. The book’s promise is “Switch on your language and turn on your life.”

Click here to add this book to your library.

Stick Strategy: The “Quick Start” Video Tutorial

If you’re an Info Marketer, then a superb “stick strategy” (maximizing profits while minimizing losses) is the “Quick  Start” video tutorial.

By having Quick Start tutorials (like the one you see below), you’ll automatically eliminate the single biggest complaint new students, clients and customers have which is: “How do I get started!?”

This is the actual Quick Start Video available to all of my TSS Alumni and new 2009 Teleseminar Secrets students.

TSS 2009 Quickstart Guide

Did you watch the video yet?

Even if you decide NOT to register for this year’s Teleseminar Secrets course, I want you to start utilizing “Quick Start” video tutorials.

You candid comment is appreciated in advance.

The 3 “Marketing Paradoxes” Explained (Part 3)

30460087.jpgIn Part 1 of this Marketing Paradoxes three part series, you learned about the Paradox of Distribution which I defined as follows:

“You can’t get adequate distribution of a product until you’ve proven it can sell; but you can’t prove a product can sell until you’ve gotten adequate distribution in the market.”  

In Part 2, you learned about the Paradox of Choice which I defined as: 

“The more choices you have, the more paralyzed you become as a result of your inability to make clear buying decisions.  The more indecisive you become, the less freedom you have in making buying decisions.” 

In Part 3 (what you’re reading now), you’re about to discover [Read more…]

The 3 “Marketing Paradoxes” Explained (Part 2)

Kid in Library 1In Part 1 of this Marketing Paradoxes three part series, you learned about the Paradox of Distribution which I defined as follows:

“You can’t get adequate distribution of a product until you’ve proven it can sell; but, you can’t prove a product can sell until you’ve gotten adequate distribution in the market.”  

The second Marketing Paradox I want to delineate here is what’s known as the Paradox of Choice

In fact, it’s the actual title of a ground-breaking book that belongs in every marketing library called, The Paradox of Choice – Why More Is Less by best-selling author and social psychologist, Barry Schwartz.

Paradox #2: The Paradox of Choice

I define this paradox from a marketer’s perspective as: [Read more…]

The 3 “Marketing Paradoxes” Explained (Part 1)

Man at Lake 2I’m glad you’re reading this 3-part series because although the three blog posts are in reverse order, I want you to review each one carefully and think about how they impact the growth of your business. 

I believe the 3 Marketing Paradoxes can have a profound impact on your business and marketing activities this upcoming year and many years to come. So it pays to re-read each post a few times to allow the message behind the message to sink in … just like they have for me.

According to Wikipedia, “a Paradox is a true statement that leads to a contradiction or a situation which defies intuition; or, inversely, it can be a contradiction that actually expresses a non-dual truth.”

Marketing is about “changing consumer minds” through the [Read more…]

5 Ways to Repurpose Articles on Facebook/Twitter

earthvice_110If the only thing you are doing with your Article Marketing is publishing your articles on the Article Directories, then you are missing out on a great opportunity to repurpose and extend the reach of your articles.

Facebook and Twitter are two of the most popular and powerful social networking sites on the internet.  I recommend you take advantage of the opportunity they present to repurpose and extend the reach of your articles.

Here are three steps you can take on Facebook and two steps you can take on Twitter.

Three Ways on Facebook

Once you have set up your Facebook account, here are three powerful steps to take with your articles:

1) Notes section – In the notes section, you want to list your articles. I recommend [Read more…]

Why “Bad Info” Cripples Your Marketing Power

desk_110.jpgCopywriting legend, Gary Halbert used to say: “Nothing in business (or life) is more expensive than bad information.” 

That’s not only true when you’re doing research for your copywriting communications, but it’s also true in your list building and database marketing activities. 

“The only thing worse than no information is bad information,” reports Denny Hatch, founder of Who’s Mailing What? 

As it relates to database marketing, “at least with no information you know exactly where you stand. Bad information will always destroy a program,” Denny adds.

Bad advice typically leads to [Read more…]