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Recycle Your Tweets for Massive Exposure

April 7, 2011 8 comments
Recycle Your Tweets for Massive Exposure

I get this question all the time from my friends and followers on Twitter. “How are you so active on Twitter and how do you find the time to generate all this GREAT content with your tweets?” It’s quite simple, really. I’m a huge fan (obviously) of blogging and Twitter. The power of the two […]

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What Is The Temperature Of Your Traffic?

March 30, 2011 1 comment
What Is The Temperature Of Your Traffic?

In order to effectively and consistently build your list, you need to understand where your leads are coming from. With all the different traffic sources out there as well strategies to authentically bring leads back to your site to join your list, the idea of treating the source of leads differently based on their source […]

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Don’t Let Your Prospects Abandon You

March 23, 2011 4 comments
Don't Let Your Prospects Abandon You

This is a very simple lesson in increasing your conversion for online sales. Who doesn’t want that? It’s a very simple process I learned a few years ago to dramatically help increase the likelihood that your prospect will actually finish what they have committed to buy – so you get more product sales and revenues […]

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The Lights Are On, But Nobody’s Home

March 16, 2011 7 comments
The Lights Are On, But Nobody’s Home

When it comes to Internet marketing, we tend to get overwhelmed and distracted with all the “bright shiny objects” to help market our business. And what happens is most people jump into all of them – but never actually COMMIT to the work and follow-through that is needed. When it comes to your website, blog, […]

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Mix Up Your Email Format To Get A Response

March 9, 2011 3 comments
Mix Up Your Email Format To Get A Response

When sending emails to the people on your list, are you just a “sender” or a “marketer?” You may be wondering what the difference is – and let me explain. Too many times people just send emails. And the emails always look the same as the last one with the same format, style, etc. It’s […]

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Send An Email And Get A New Client

March 2, 2011 21 comments
Send An Email And Get A New Client

I want to share an amazingly powerful and simple email strategy I’ve personally used and shared with my private students to quickly and authentically get new clients. Now, this strategy doesn’t always get you a new client – but it does present an automated opportunity for you to have a qualified prospect on the phone […]

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The Sweet Spot Of The Opt-In

February 23, 2011 8 comments
The Sweet Spot Of The Opt-In

This topic is something I see too often and have never addressed before. So, here it goes. It’s about the opt-in process and how much information you should ask for. So many people overlook this process and as a result the impact is a massive lost opportunity to consistently build their list. In this article […]

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The Online Debate: Blog vs. Website

February 16, 2011 16 comments
The Online Debate: Blog vs. Website

I get this question all the time from clients. Whether they are just starting out and have no online presence or are considering upgrading their online presence – they ask me this question. “Derek, should I use a website or my blog or both? What’s the difference?” It may sound like a basic question – […]

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Lights, Camera… Be You!

February 9, 2011 8 comments
Lights, Camera… Be You!

I see it too many times. And, perhaps you have too. You know someone too well for him or her to be doing video this way. They have a certain personality in person – but when they’re in front of the camera for online video – it’s totally different. It’s like a bait and switch […]

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Set It And Forget It Using Continuity Programs

February 2, 2011 14 comments
Set It And Forget It Using Continuity Programs

I recently had a call with a client who was very excited about the idea of having a membership site. When I asked why, the client indicated that it seemed like a great way to bring in recurring monthly revenue and move away from a one-on-model. I agreed. But, the model she was describing and […]

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