Premise: They claim, “Your popularity on social media is determined by the number of “Likes” you have on Facebook and “Followers” you have on Twitter.” Definition: It seems like every social media site publishes the number of people who “like” or who “follow” you. The idea is that if you have more followers, then you […]
I was a guest on a #ProfNet #ConnectChat recently. To promote the event, PR Newswire posted the picture of “Internet Marketing Confidential” on their electronic billboard in Times Square! Here’s a link to the transcript of the chat.
Is this a good book launch strategy? Riddle me this, Batman, as the Joker said to the thief… Here’s a book marketing strategy told to me: 1. When you speak and do your book launch, offer your book for free in eBook format. If you do this, zillions of people will get your book for […]
“Simply put, Internet Marketing Confidential has blown the doors off ALL the dirty little secrets that the scammers don’t want you to know about. If you’re a high-integrity, high-intelligence entrepreneur, speaker, consultant or independent professional, the fact that you’ve come across this book will save you literally thousands – if not tens of thousands – […]
People have been asking me what my book launch strategy is for “Internet Marketing Confidential: How to Spot the Lies and Scams Internet Marketers use to Rip Off Speakers, Authors, Coaches and Consultants.” I’m flattered, of course that people care! But my strategy will defy conventional wisdom. Of course. You’d expect nothing less from me. […]
Shel Holtz details his experience in tracking down the scam involving a “church” in England that asks speakers to pay an employment fee to speak at their event. This scam has been widely reported in SpeakerNet News as well.
The Washington Post reports new sites springing up to profit from the horrible tragedy at the Boston Marathon. Read the article to make sure you don’t donate money to phony charities.
There are two kinds of lies: · The lies that Internet scammers tell you. This book will expose those con games and set you straight on what’s real and what’s not real. · The lies you tell yourself. Those are the worst lies of all. Read this article to find out how to protect yourself […]
Here’s the most common lie I heard people tell themselves when I was doing day-to-day publicity for high tech companies. I call it the “spreadsheet marketing lie.” It goes like this: “The widget market is huge. It’s a one-billion dollar industry. If we get 1/10 of 1 percent of that market, we’ll make one million […]