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David T. Fagan: Social Media Mining, the Ultimate Audience Builder

David T. Fagan: Social Media Mining, the Ultimate Audience Builder

There is a reason why the topic of Social Media is so polarizing and why it has had such mixed results for businesses. Quite simply very few people can keep…

Donnie Bryant: When Your Business Isn’t An Option

Donnie Bryant: When Your Business Isn’t An Option

Have your sales been up, down or steady over the past 24 months? Hopefully they’re up. If your revenue isn’t trending upward, are you blaming the crummy economy? I’ve got…

JetBlue Wakes Up – How About You?

JetBlue Wakes Up – How About You?

Discount airline JetBlue has finally realized how much money they’ve been leaving on the table. You’re familiar with their overall business strategy, right? Despite having low fares, their passengers have…

Mara Glazer: A LOW-RISK Strategy To Get More E-mail Opt-ins

Mara Glazer: A LOW-RISK Strategy To Get More E-mail Opt-ins

Getting another bizz owner with a big list to mail for you as an affiliate can be tricky, especially if nobody knows who you are.  That’s why it’s no surprise…

Lessons From My Lake County Fair Experience

Lessons From My Lake County Fair Experience

Record-low temperatures fell upon the Chicagoland area last weekend. But that didn’t stop my beautiful wife Michele and I from following through on our plans to attend the annual Illinois…

Going Small to Go Big: Choosing Your Target Market

Going Small to Go Big: Choosing Your Target Market

One of the most common, fundamental challenges I’ve noticed in helping thousands of small business owners over 30+ years, is that they have tremendous difficulty narrowing their marketing focus to…

Cover Controversy

Cover Controversy

Last week I wrote about the latest non-stop “must-see-TV” red-alert news story that’s been on everyone’s mind at least for the past couple of weeks, from the chronically unemployed welfare…

Me And My Hoodie

Me And My Hoodie

I love wearing my rhino hoodie (that’s me at left). I wear it every night when I walk my dog around my neighborhood in the dark. In the winter, it…

How To Avoid A Business Disaster

How To Avoid A Business Disaster

Natural disasters were all over the news this past holiday weekend, as our President visited both the sites of Hurricane Sandy’s devastation last fall and the Moore, Oklahoma tornado last…

The End Of My Blog As We Know It

The End Of My Blog As We Know It

I was hanging out with Ryan Deiss in a bar one night a few years back, and I asked him how he stays so laser-focused on constantly testing more online…