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Quote Me! Thoughts About Plagiarism

  I’m glad that plagiarism raised its ugly head. As a former journalist and current writer, there is no greater sin than stealing someone else’s words. Unfortunately, the internet has made it so easy to copy words, pictures, music and other intellectual property that most people don’t give copying a second thought. They copy first [...]

Convention Etiquette 101

The people you meet at conventions are the friendliest, politest and most considerate people in the world. Except when they are crashing boors. Read this article to increase your etiquette IQ so you don’t make a fool of yourself at the next convention. Note: All these stories are true. I couldn’t possibly make this up. [...]

By | July 23rd, 2012|Commentary|0 Comments

2012 Marketing and Publicity Trends Predictions

I’ve been correctly predicting Internet marketing trends since 1994 when I wrote one of the first books on Internet Marketing. I’ve been right before so there’s no reason to think I won’t be right again. You can bet the farm on most of these trends and get even money on the others. 1.     Mobile marketing [...]

Finding Your Ideal Client

Nearly every client I have says  their perfect client is “everyone” because “I can help everyone” or “My book can help everyone.” That might be wonderful but it is bad business. You can’t afford to market to “everyone.” And “everyone” doesn’t want you. They want to work with someone who specializes in “them,” not in [...]

By | November 7th, 2011|Coaching, Commentary, Publicity thought leadership|0 Comments