Category Archives: Training Calls
I get an email each morning from Eric Worre (NetworkMarketingPro.com). He make a short video every day about business, focused on Network Marketing, and has over 1 million people getting it.
Today he talked about W. Clement Stone’s book that has the lessons he learned when he was 6 yrs old. Stone lived to over 100 and became very successful. I have been reading about him since I started buy Success magazine when I was in college. http://networkmarketingpro.
Those of us in AdzZoo/Qnanza understand our USP (Unique Selling Proposition) that the number of coupons to be sold must be a calculated decision. If anyone else needs a clear understanding of why, when it comes to offering coupons, ‘more is really not better’ for the business owner. ~ AW
Groupon miscue menaces downtown restaurant
A Groupon deal sold so well it promised to drive a herd of diners to Creation Cafe.
Trouble is that the popular eatery along Canal Walk said it didn’t agree to Groupon’s offer of a 62-percent discounted dinner to 2,600 diners—who are now coming in to redeem the deals.
“What do you mean you can’t use them?” Creation co-principal Lynn Shepherd said of the reaction by many diners after restaurant staff break the bad news.
Shepherd said the Groupon deal that ran Sept. 30 to Oct. 3 wasn’t the deal Creation had been negotiating with Chicago-based Groupon, a claim the company disputes.
Creation said it was the first restaurant in Indianapolis to work with Groupon, but its fifth and latest deal might be its last.
“We are extremely upset by this entire fiasco and want to
There is no reason to wait to help your client’s with information that will help the get seen on line. Experts say that customer reviews is one on the most important criteria that Google uses to decide on how high a business ranks on Google Places.
Don’t wait for the first issue of InfoCast – pass on the 5 tips to get more customer reviews below, by Andrew Shotland, not only your clients but to your prospects also. ~ Alex Weiss
Sep 12, 2011 at 8:40am ET by Andrew Shotland
Google’s acquisition of Zagat last week and Yelp’s excellent snarky response has brought customer reviews to the forefront of the news again, so it’s a good time to start thinking about how garnering more online reviews fits into your business.
In my experience, when it comes to reviews there are four types of businesses:
What a great 3 minute video Commoncraft in collaboration with Search Engine Land created!
If you wanted to get a better handle on what SEO does, here is an answer via a cartoon in less than 4 minutes.
Definitely worth the time. ~ Alex Weiss
Scott and Kevin Anderton – Coupon Sales