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By: Louis

Sat, 28 Nov 2009 11:56:53 +0000

Thanks for the informative contribution.

By: David Hugh

Wed, 30 Jul 2008 12:07:09 +0000

This is one good lists of things which is so darn true...Humorous use of language to get the message across.

By: debbi

Tue, 01 Jul 2008 21:33:14 +0000

Hi Alta,Thanks for your comments! I am SO glad you did not fall for that opt-in scam!There are SO many ways to find people who want to be found!Please continue to stop by and let me know if you have any questions you'd like addressed.Debbi Bressler

By: Alta Kruger

Sun, 22 Jun 2008 11:54:39 +0000

Hi Debbie,I'm a "newbie" who has just started out in the world of internet marketing. I found a brilliant program and am following it step by step. When it was suggested that I think of every possible way to start advertising and building my list, I almost fell for the "millions of opt-in subscribers for $10" scenario. You have just saved me from quite a few "red face" ideas I may have had (none of the DARK stuff though!) I was referred here by my program.Thank you.Regards,Alta

By: matt

Wed, 12 Mar 2008 18:18:46 +0000

I loved how you explained the common terms like the “permission” based marketing. Great post!regards,MattSingapore Web Hosting -

By: Aurelius Tjin

Thu, 06 Dec 2007 08:27:53 +0000

That was brilliant! And funny as well. :)I had a great time reading your post, thanks!

By: Aurelius Tjin

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 06:04:52 +0000

Hi,Your article is very interesting. Good Job! Many thanks!

By: Jason

Fri, 05 Oct 2007 01:55:17 +0000

Hey,I've taken a lot of internet marketing coursesand read a lot of ebooks. Most of them talk aboutthe same :--Sign up for an autoresponder--Create a squeeze page--Create a series of emails--Rinse and repeatYou can make a LOT of money doing this...don'tget me wrong.But you can make a lot more if you startharnessing offline marketing in your business.You see, online marketing is preached as the"holy grail" of marketing.But ask the big information marketingpowerhouses like Agora, Boardroom, and Weisswhere the REAL money is made. They absolutelyclean house offline...humiliating any onlinemarketer who comes in their path.Here's the deal: Millionaire internet marketerRussell Brunson has just released a specialoffline report: "The IM Myth" where he shattersthe myth that internet marketing is the "beall-end all" of marketing.Believe me, this stuff is the real deal. Themarketers who absolutely annihilate theircompetition are the ones that incorporate offlinemarketing into the mix.Thanks,jasonP.S. One of Russell's tips he reveals is how hemoved his offline list online. This absolutelyblew me away, and is something I'm going toimplement in my own business immediately.

By: David From About Results Marketing

Tue, 11 Sep 2007 22:32:35 +0000

Hi Debbi, Nice article... Great for people that haven't "been there done that". One stupid question. I don't use bonuses to sign up or confirm my email... However, in principle it could easily work. If you "try to overdeliver", and do it in a way that pushes them to the confirmed subscription link... why not? I think you are trying to say that "rewarding people" for signing up devalues your newsletter. However, if done in the right tone, like, "ohh by the way, once you confirm, I'd like to offer you a very valuable (insert reward here)".

By: Fione Tan - eOneNet

Tue, 11 Sep 2007 03:40:33 +0000

The article is really funny and i especially loved how you explained the common terms like the "permission" based marketing.Regards,FioneInternet Marketing

By: Larry Strait

Mon, 10 Sep 2007 23:22:16 +0000

Hi Debbi, If only people would go by these rules the internet would be a much nicer place but then how would I know about the latest and greatest.

By: Wan Hashim

Mon, 10 Sep 2007 22:40:42 +0000

Hi DebbiYour possting is on time to remind marketers to stay away from all thosesimilar strategies.Great jobs and many thanksWan HashimSuccess-WorkAtHome-Business

By: Edmund Ng

Mon, 10 Sep 2007 18:47:05 +0000

Wow, this is really from some dark stuff. Don't they look familiar. Thanks for sharing. ;-)Regards,Edmund NgCEO,

By: Peter Arnold

Mon, 10 Sep 2007 14:32:37 +0000

Hey Debbi:Another "block-buster" serving of high value advice!This education should be made available to every professional marketer.Many thanks - greatly appreciated.Sincerely / Peter A.Peter Arnold, CLU, CFC / FounderBUSINESS ACHIEVERS ACADEMY / Canada

By: Martin Hirsch

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 16:59:55 +0000

Hi Debbi,Excellent article. I love your "evil" methods, and although I would never use them, I thought that some of your "tips" were really funny. Great job!