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How to Plan an Executive Workshop that WON’T Fall Flat

July 17, 2014

Workshops in general are designed to inspire the people that attend them. They foster an environment where you can tear apart ideas and try to figure out how they work. In a sense, a corporate workshop allows you to tinker with ideas and—if everything goes as planned—with the preconceptions and assumptions of the people who […]

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What was it like to make my first million dollars?

July 15, 2014
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Stubjj844 - Where did you learn to do….whatever the hell it is you do lol?? Do you remember your first million and what was that like? Long story short – I started fucking around with a website where you could upload ringtones and the site would convert them into any phone format.   I didn’t know dick […]

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Who do I look up to as far as a mentor/guru

July 14, 2014

A great question that recently came in through our contact us form. KingJamesCodpiece - Thanks again for the AMA ShoeMoney! Who are some people in the industry you look up to? Do guys like you want to axe kick the “gurus” who make all their money online selling stuff on how to make money online? People I […]

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Free Shirt Friday- Toothbrush Subscriptions @ToothbrushSubs

July 11, 2014
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This week’s Free Shirt Friday comes to us from Toothbrush Subscriptions. The Toothbrush Subscription process is very simple. The first thing you do is choose from one of their three toothbrushes that best suits you. Once you select your toothbrush and your favorite color, you will choose how often you want to have that fresh toothbrush delivered to your door, every 1, 2, or 3 months. Your […]

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Why Again Should I Keep An Email List?

July 8, 2014
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Why Again Should I Keep An Email List? I’m sure that you’ve heard the phrase, “The money is in the list.” Do you have a list? If not, you might think that it’s not worth the trouble or that it probably won’t work for your business. If you have a list and it’s just not […]

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Pt 3 – Raising Money For My New Company – How it ended up

July 8, 2014
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This is Part 3 in my adventure in raising money for my new company – The PAR Program.  If you missed the other parts you can see Part 1 (preparation) here and Part 2 (pitching) here. The great (but not the interesting part of the story)  is I raised almost $600,000.00.  I will refer to it […]

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Adjusting Your Content Strategy to Suit Multiple Digital Devices

July 8, 2014

Making adjustments to your web content strategy to suit multiple digital devices is no longer just a good idea – it’s become a necessity. With smartphones users tipped to total 1.75 billion in 2014 and tablets also rapidly increasing in profusion – the number of Android enabled devices alone is expected to surpass one billion […]

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Free Shirt Friday- PPC Consulting.com

July 4, 2014
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This week’s Free Shirt Friday comes to us from PPC Consulting.com. They are pay per click consultants that manage results-driven PPC campaigns that focus on client goals such as: web leads, phone calls, sales, website traffic, brand awareness and return on ad spend. They make results oriented decisions based on data, draw conclusions based on statistical evidence […]

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How To Choose The Perfect Name For Your Blog plus 3 Bonus Tools To Get You Started

July 3, 2014
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When I attended Affiliate Summit West in January I heard John Chow say that his biggest blogging mistake was building his brand on JohnChow.com . His reason was that he doesn’t think he can ever sell the name. I told him that I know of several cases where building a brand of YourName.com didn’t inhibit […]

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Personalizing Automated Emails

July 2, 2014
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Marketers do not have the time to individually write emails for each recipient, though we would like to. Personalization of emails is a powerful thing and it is possible to convey even through automated emails. In this Marketo post, blogger, Rachel Kavanagh, gave four ways to do so. “There’s no doubt about it: automating your […]

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Help me and win a grand for yourself

July 2, 2014
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Not about 2 years ago we launched a marketing platform called the Par Program. Functioning at an agency level, which included state of the art email, social integration and high level ROI tracking, we also did all the work for the clients. Just some of the extra work we did for clients included graphics, copywriting […]

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PAR Program Helps Bugsy’s Box Double Customers and Revenue @ParProgram @BugsysBox

July 1, 2014
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If you’ve been following me for any time at all, you probably know how focused I am with PAR Program. I have been busting my ass to get the financials, staff, and technology in place to keep us growing. Meanwhile, I had to ensure that our clients continue to get the top-notch service they deserve. Recently, PR Leap […]

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How to Exploit World Cup for Profit

June 30, 2014

The World Cup is here.  Crazy soccer players, psychotic fans, and of course, BILLIONS of dollars to be made. If you’re an entrepreneur, THIS is the best time to tap into the minds of people for their sheep mentality…for what else? Business opportunity. The World Cup in all its glory of ticket sales, broadcast rights, […]

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Free Shirt Friday- WP ALL IMPORT @WPALLIMPORT

June 27, 2014
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This week’s Free Shirt Friday comes to us from WP ALL IMPORT. You can import any XML or CSV File to WordPress using WP ALL IMPORT. They offer a 30-day money-back guarantee. You can easily import data to any plugin or theme. They provide full support for customer fields, customer post types and custom taxonomies. […]

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