I was watching Shark Tank last night and someone with a very cool-looking product started his pitch to the sharks. At first, it sounded good. A great, high-end product, a lot of research, and a very pretty video were all presented. But then the questions […]
I’ve read a lot of updates from people who were disappointed with Amazon Prime Day… and in my own opinion, many of those people missed the point. (Devil’s advocate post coming…) The one thing everyone had in common with their issues… they relied on what […]
A couple weeks ago I got an email from one of my favorite people, MyNAMS’ own David Perdew that stated, “3 Reasons You Should Unsubscribe” in the subject line. Curious, I opened it… and read the entire thing. What he said was brilliant and it caused me to rethink my own list-building strategies.
I’ve been having a great conversation with one of my Facebook friends, Lisa Jeanette. She came to me with questions about the book publishing process, and I’ve answered them without hesitation. Because I’ve been open in sharing about the process with her (as I am […]
Sound familiar? This truly can be “the most wonderful time of the year.” In Christmas songs, there’s no mention of screaming kids at the mall, long check-out lines or the expense of accumulated Christmas debt we’re to expect on January’s credit card statement. All we […]
Last weekend I attended the incredible SIMPLE conference put on by my friend and mentor Bob The Teacher Jenkins. Besides a family reunion of sorts from people who attended SIMPLE1 in Wilmington, NC last Spring, many new relationships were started and once again I learned […]
The Book Marketing Stress Crisis: SOLVED I just returned from an internet marketing workshop called NAMS (Niche Affiliate Marketing Systems). It’s an intensive marketing workshop weekend full of breakout groups at levels from newbie beginner to advanced. We learned everything from writing press releases to […]