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Consistent Business Growth During Economic Storms with Vincent Molina

November 25, 2009 by  
Filed under General, Marketing, Social Networking

Although I’ve still spoken at a few Internet marketing conferences this year, I’ve kept a fairly low profile in the “How to” part of Internet marketing. One of the reasons for that is…

Unseminar 6 Adventures in San Antonio & Beyond

Unseminar VI is over. If you attended or followed along on Pat O’Bryan’s Portable Empire TV, you probably thought Unseminar ended just over a week ago but you’d be wrong. But don’t worry, I’ll fill you in on what you missed. Craig Perrine and I drove down to San Antonio the day before the official […]

So, Anything Good on TV?

December 19, 2008 by  
Filed under General, Marketing

It’s Pat O’Bryan’s fault, really. One night we were hanging out at Maui Wowi, a local coffee house after I was a guest on his Ustream broadcast. “You need to get your own TV show”, said Pat. At a Siglo IV meeting the other night, he reminded me he’s been telling me this for 15 […]

What a Rock Star Can Teach You About Internet Marketing

May 2, 2008 by  
Filed under General, Marketing

I decided to record today’s blog post rather than write it. So consider this my first podcast. Today I’ve got some stories from my rock & roll days with Humble Pie. There are also lessons here you can apply to Internet marketing or any goals you’re trying to reach or just consider it a rock […]

Using Twitter for Mastermind Group Messaging & More

March 28, 2008 by  
Filed under General, Marketing, Social Networking

On Wednesday, I talked about how to build relationships online using Twitter. I mentioned that Twitter can be a great way to keep up with your mastermind group, students or any group of friends or co-workers. One challenge has been that Twitter has no group messaging function. You can do a post which will be […]

Road Trip: World Wellness Albuquerque

March 12, 2008 by  
Filed under General, Marketing

After catching up on our sleep on the long drive west, Lisa’s Uncle Mike took us to breakfast at the Flying Star Cafe in Albuquerque’s Nob Hill district. The Flying Star is a hip coffee house/restaurant with great food, good coffee and free wi-fi. We ended up going back several times. Nob Hill is near […]

What Navigating a Road Trip Can Teach Us About Internet Marketing

March 7, 2008 by  
Filed under General, Marketing

One question many Internet marketing newbies have is why sign up for a seemingly expensive coaching program when there are inexpensive ebooks or even free information online? That’s a great question and I just learned a lesson yesterday that will help answer that question. Yesterday, Lisa and I woke up at 5:30 AM to drive […]

The Joys of Discipline – Day 22

March 4, 2008 by  
Filed under General, Marketing, Product Creation

I’m sitting at my desk and laughing out loud. I’ve got Joe Vitale & Pat O’Bryan’s new clearing audios playing on Itunes. I glanced over at the Itunes screen (I use dual monitors on my PC), I see and add for Janet Jackson’s new album. Want to guess the title? Discipline. Judging my Janet’s wardrobe, […]

Social Networking Sites: Boon to Networking or Time Waster?

February 21, 2008 by  
Filed under General, Marketing, Social Networking

Earlier in the week, I asked if you consider social networking sites (like LinkedIn, Facebook, MySpace or Second Life) to be a great way to network and market products and services or a waste of time. Several readers left comments including my sister, Misty Khan, who I referred to in the earlier post as a […]

The Joys of Discipline – Day 7

February 18, 2008 by  
Filed under General, Marketing

Wow, the week really flew by, didn’t it? I’ve been totally blown away by all your comments. I expected this topic to resonate with readers but didn’t expect the many passionate comments. If you missed those comments when you read the Day 1 post, I urge you to check them out. There are some very […]

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