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Vol. 6 , No. 31     July 31, 2007

 


In this Newsletter:

  1. Six Keys to Lead-Generation Success
     
  2. Blogging Baby Steps: How to Join the Conversation Without Starting Your Own
     
  3. ROI Marketing: Are You Prepared?
     
  4. How to Write a Strong Sales Message and Still Achieve 'Risk Reversal'
     
  5. Search Engine Optimization for Google's Universal Search: Back to Square One?
     
  6. Dynamite Branding
     
  7. How To Create a Video Campaign Concept
     

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Six Keys to Lead-Generation Success

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Blogging Baby Steps: How to Join the Conversation Without Starting Your Own

There is a healthy respect and fear-factor surrounding the blogosphere, even for those of us with some background in online community building.

So let's start with some baby steps. Step one: Listen first, and then join the conversation.

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ROI Marketing: Are You Prepared?

No matter how savvy the marketer, the impact that ROI marketing will have on the corporate culture can be an eye-opening experience. ROI isn't just a nifty tool to keep vendors in line. The infrastructure frameworks that serve the ROI model will lay bare the decisions of everyone who touches the marketing program, and that includes you.

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Did you see the email from MP Seminar Junkie Shelley Ryan this week? In her own inimitable style, Shelley writes:

“It's party time! This Thursday’s online seminar is a cause for celebration around here, because it's going to be the 100th added to our library. To mark the occasion, we've got an important topic, a very special presenter, and a surprise for you at the end of the broadcast.”

She’s talking about this Thursday’s virtual seminar, when MP Publisher (and all-around smart guy) Allen Weiss presents Tighten Up Your Marketing Plan: The Nuts and Bolts of Market Segmentation.

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As Shelley said, “If you want to make sure your company is targeting the right customers, don't miss this seminar. Allen has a gift for making complex marketing concepts come alive.”

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How to Write a Strong Sales Message and Still Achieve 'Risk Reversal'

There are two of the things you need to do with an effective sales page: You need to write a strong sales message, and you need to minimize the perception of risk.

In other words, you need to write compelling sales copy, at the same time keeping anxiety levels at a minimum. Here's how.

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Scott Buresh
Search Engine Optimization for Google's Universal Search: Back to Square One?

Organic search engine optimization, until recently, had been a fairly straightforward endeavor. That changed in the middle of May 2007, when Google began rolling out its "Universal Search."

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Dynamite Branding

As YouTube, Google and MySpace announce that video advertising will become a key driver in their future revenue strategies, the glitzy, anonymous ads we have been used to for years will have to change course.

Ads need to be intriguing in some way; they need to urge us to watch them.

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Jerry Bader
How To Create a Video Campaign Concept

If you want to be cutting edge, the way to do it is with audio and video.

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