Common Sense Marketing Using Twitter Video 1. This is the first in a series of video of the Common Sense Marketing Challenge on how to use Common Sense Marketing with Twitter. In it, I layout the Framework for you to use Common Sense Marketing to get more customers and connect with the ones you already …
Month: March 2010
Common Sense Marketing Challenge
Using Social Media And Twitter
I have accepted a Common Sense Marketing Challenge from someone that many have called the best Commonsense Marketing Alive in the World today.
He is been involved with selling tens of Billions of dollars of products and services over his lifetime. Find out about the Challenge and how you can learn from it.
Information about the challenge.
A Big Trick To Boost Your Profits
Before I get into the Profit Trick, has it been a strange week for you too? It has been a doozy for me. I have not been this busy- busy in some time or just have weird stuff keep popping up. Must be the Moon or something.
Sometimes you get so much going on that you wish you had a couple of extra hours in a day or a couple of extra days in your week. But, if you are moving forward that is quite normal. I really think that that moon does contribute.
Couple of things that I would like to share with you though and this is one of the big tricks to boost your profits.
Kodak Should Have Been Fired For The Second Time
Take the Poll and let me know who you think should have been fired
In last night’s Trump’s Celebrity Challenge with Kodak, the Kodak executives proved yet again why their sales are tanking. In the last show they also failed to pick a really good presentation by none other than Gene Simmons of Kiss, which blew away the competition. By every marketing standard Gene Simmons was by far the best of any of the people Donald Trump has brought on. Gene Simmons is one of the top marketers in the world today and has a very successful PR firm. More on him in another post.
Could not having an editor be costing you thousands of dollars?
I am going to explain how getting an editor could help you make a lot more money.
This is the edited version of my post. As you will see, there was no miracle. 🙂
How can not having an editor be costing you thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars? Let me start out by saying that I am the King of misspellings, bad grammar and improper punctuation, not to mention making up words, purposely misspelling others and being fond of alliteration, so please bear with me as I explain.
I am going to explain how getting one could help you make a lot more money.
This is a two part Blog post. This post is before I have one of my Editors look at it and the next one will be after I have my Editor go through it. It may be a miracle if there are no corrections but, I would not put money on it. 🙂
How can not having an editor be costing you thousands or even 10’s of thousands of dollars? Let me start out by saying that I am the King of mis-spellings, bad grammar and punctuation, on top of making up words, purposely mis-spelling others and being fond of alliteration, so bear with me as I explain this for my situation and how it can also affect you.
Yes, it is that time again. Been looking at the site while working with clients and pointing out the errors of their ways and then I came back here and found I was doing many of the same things. Whoops… well this weekend I will be changing a few things around.
Once I get them done I will tell you the reasoning behind the changes.
Common Sense Marketing… Really?
Commons Sense Marketing is one of those subjects that when people hear it, they either roll their eyes or get really excited about it. The kicker is that Commons Sense Marketing is really uncommon.
But, Common Sense Marketing when applied and done right can vault you past your competition, past any goals that you may have set for yourself, and put money in your bank account for the rest of your life.
You want to know what is for freaking cool about it? It is so UnCommon, it is not even funny! Very few people use it.
Common Sense Marketing Is An Oxymoron
Seriously, Common Sense Marketing is an oxymoron. I would say that less than 1/10th of 1% of any business I see actually follow and use it in all parts of their business.
This is true even with the bigger companies as well. The ones that spend millions of dollars on an Ad Agency who’s site is so avant garde (which I think is really French for” I am so cool that I am an idiot or my farts don’t stink.” I forget which) that it looks like vomit.
Blog Or Die? …. Don’t have a Blog? Why Your Competition Hopes You Never Get One Updated March 12, 11:22 PM EST By Andrew Anderson My advice for you is to get one today. Seriously, if you are spending money on any other media or advertising and you don’t have a Blog, STOP and get …
I found this in an old draft on the Blog today. Doing a bit of house cleaning as it were. Must have gotten distracted by a shiny object. 🙂 This is from Bob Parson’s. The CEO and founder of GoDaddy.com, the most successful domain registrar in the World. And the one that I use most …