Daniel Levis

Archive for December, 2010

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My Three Favorite List Building Methods …

Friday, December 24th, 2010

Long gone are the days when you could put a sign up box on your website offering a subscription to your newsletter and expect an onslaught of new leads. Today, you need to offer something tangible and immediate to build your list… A cool piece of software, a special report, an audio file or a […]

To hell with goal setting…

Monday, December 20th, 2010

Are you sick and tired of setting goals but rarely achieving them? Are you ready to start goal getting instead of goal setting? To help you, I’ve put together a cool little goal-getting guide. This is a powerful collection of worksheets for identifying goals that are truly meaningful to you… … And then brainstorming the […]

MaxBlogPress Christmas Deal Review

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Before diving into this quick review, I thought it would be fun to post a few pictures of the snow that’s falling here, just in case you’re dreaming of a white Christmas … The guy that plowed my driveway says we’ve had over 85 centimeters fall here in the past few days. For you Yanks […]

Direct Response 2.0?

Saturday, December 11th, 2010

I like blogs and I like blogging, but I never really viewed it as a primary business activity, still don’t. I am however genuinely impressed with some of the followings and traffic numbers I see “professional bloggers” building with blogs. Some of the most popular blogs of this ilk are best described as, avant-garde. The […]

Is email marketing dead?

Monday, December 6th, 2010

I read somewhere a couple of months ago that young people today think email is passé — ancient history. Facebook, Twitter, and texting are their preferred ways of staying in touch. My 19 year old grandson came over to visit last weekend, and I saw this phenomenon first hand. Facebook is his window on the […]

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