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The Take 10 bite-sized webcasts in the MarketingProfs library continue to multiply like rabbits—at a rate of about one per week.

(Which is, in fact, the general rate at which cottontails multiply, more or less. Which makes for one apt analogy!)

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If you haven't seen or checked out our Take 10s yet, take a look at this landing page, which showcases 10 of them.

Spend just 10 minutes with any of these 10 webcasts, and you'll know what it takes to master topics ranging from Facebook groups and fan pages to email marketing subject Lines, and everything in between, such as these:

* 7 Ways You Can Fix Your Website Forms to Get More Leads, with longtime contributor Bob DeStefano

* How to Build a Twitter Following in a Week, with our own Megan Leap

* How to Plan a YouTube Video Shoot in 6 Steps, with Michael Miller

As with all of our seminars, you can view them on demand, at your leisure, right from the comfort of your own computer. Cool, huh?

Each Take 10 is $10—but if you are a MarketingProfs PRO Member, you can access all of them for nada.

Take a taste, and let me know what you think! And if you have more suggestions for Take 10 topics, give us a shout!

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