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How To Build The Ultimate Marketing Calendar Using These 6 Strategies
May 22 2015

Would you like a steady stream of new customers, clients or patients predictably and reliably coming into your business, or website? Are you tired of the income roller-coaster that most small businesses face? Would you like to be able to generate a rush of traffic to your store...

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Help Those Who Want It – Otherwise Why Waste Your Time?
May 21 2015

My good friend James Tolleson once said, “Only when a person wants, needs and most of all, will appreciate your help, can you help them.” We sure waste a lot of time, energy and money in our society trying to help people who are simply not ready to be helped. Lyndon...

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One-Size-Fits-All Won’t Work for Websites
May 20 2015

When you’re face-to-face with a customer, client, patient or prospect you can ask and answer questions, plus give them the personalized attention they need to feel as if your business and yours alone is THE one for them. This type of engagement is essential if you want to grow...

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Success Stories

  • Appreciates Marketing Genius
    Appreciates marketing genius.
    - Russell Martino
  • Knows the Value of Applying Others' Learnings to His Business
    Knows the value of applying others' learnings to his business.
    - Jim Edholm
  • Doesn't Need a Golden Pyramid that is Hard to Climb...
    Doesn't need a golden pyramid that is hard to climb because there's no stairs on it.
    - John Labreche