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What Exactly Is Jatch

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Question: What Exactly is Jatch?

Are you aware that the number one way to drive people by the masses to your websites is now by building your social media influence and following. 221 more words

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I get these ads in my Facebook feed from time to time (all right, every day) suggesting that my lackluster book sales are the result of my unimaginative marketing plan and my lack of vision. 1,301 more words

Book Promotion

Why I am giving up Beauty Blogging

There are an estimated 31 million bloggers in the world; full time professionals, entrepreneurs, hobbyists and part time professionals. However, only 2% of this group are successfully monetizing their sites, and while I am an engineer it doesn’t take a genius to conclude that the probability of success in this industry is pretty dismal. 406 more words


People Will Talk About Your "New" Senior Care Programs


Take Advantage Of The Habits Of Your Allies

It’s a simple concept. Give the people who already like and promote your care (family, friends, professionals who serve seniors) something new to talk about and you will receive more referrals.  612 more words

Marketing Strategy

Crafting Your Client Friendly Bio

You want to fill your practice with clients that are the right fit for you and having a Client Friendly Bio will help you to do that.   172 more words

Legal Marketing

Be More Repulsive | marketingforhippies.com

A simple, counter-intuitive idea for you today.

You’ve likely been told the importance of niche in marketing. Likely you’ve heard this from myself. You’ve likely heard about the importance of honing in on who you want to reach, to identify your ideal client, chosen audience or target market and maybe even to create a client avatar. 84 more words


Create Irresistible Offers by Knowing the Secret Psychology of Potential Clients

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There’s nothing worse than putting a lot of effort into your marketing and programs only to have it all fall flat because no one seems to want what you’re offering. 680 more words