I’ve Got A Surprise for You…


Gotta make this quick, because Strategic Profits Live! is getting set to kick off. But I wanted to let you in on a special surprise I’ve been keeping under my hat for a while…

We’ve decided that, if you couldn’t make it to Strategic Profits Live!, you’ll have a daily ringside seat.

You read that right–for the next several days, the Strategic Profits Blog will be transformed into Conference Central, complete with daily updates on the latest happenings, smokin’ hot video clips from the speakers and behind-the-scenes interviews you won’t want to miss.

We’re talkin’ no-holds barred (and completely pitch free) nuggets of wisdom from the world’s greatest marketing and business building minds, including Frank Kern, Jeff Walker, Mike Filsaime, John Carlton, Jay Abraham, Janet Switzer and many more.

There’s never been anything of this magnitude ever attempted in the internet marketing world, and I’m giving the cameras an All-Access pass into every nook and cranny.

Here’s a few clips from today’s opening day activities – some workshop attendees and the crew getting up for the main event that I kick off tomorrow … looking good …

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I’m About To Ruffle Some Feathers


Okay, my last post was all touchy feely because of Valentines Day. And I hope you learned a lot from the videos.

Today’s post goes more in the opposite direction. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised to see a few opt-outs after this goes up. But’s that’s the chance I have to take.

Okay, here goes…

Some of you have asked why I didn’t make the MP3s of the recent Jay Abraham calls available for download. And that’s understandable.

Because many marketing mavens freely give away their calls and teleseminars. I’ve been known to do so myself on occasion.

But not this one–and I’ll tell you why.

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Welcome to the Attenion Age


This is a guest post from THE authority of buzz marketing, the pied piper of the “Killer Bunnies” Dean Hunt from DeanHunt.com – You have been warned, buzz is imminent. Read on…

Hands up if you spotted the intentional spelling error in the title of this blog post?

From tests I did with this exact headline using friends, contacts and family as guinea pigs, only 20% of them spotted the error first time.

You are probably thinking, “But Dean, who cares about a little spelling mistake? Move on!”

Here is the thing… each day I am receiving more and more emails than ever before, thanks to sites like Digg.com and Stumbleupon.com I am reading more web content than ever before, and thanks to YouTube, I am watching more videos of monkeys falling out of trees than ever before.

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