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22
JUL
2016

Here Are Three Steps To Profit Producing Headlines

Welcome to this week’s Marketing Minute Tip. If you haven’t written much copy because you don’t know how or because you just don’t like to, don’t worry. You see, it’s not nearly as difficult as it looks and I can walk you through the hardest part, writing headlines, in just 3...
23
DEC
2013

AMS Marketing Quiz – Holiday 2013

Our Fall winner was Kevin Williamson.  Congratulations Kevin.   Kevin won free for a whole year FREE toll free recorded message hotline service! Here is your opportunity to test your marketing skills, have some fun and perhaps even win a little something to assist you in your...
29
OCT
2012

Featured Article: Talk Radio for Fun and Profit – Mostly Profit – Part 2

Talk Radio for Fun and Profit—Mostly Profit – Part 2 By: Mickey O’Neill Part 2 This is the second in a two-part article on creating a powerful marketing advantage by hosting your own talk radio show. In the first half, we looked at why it can be so advantageous to host your own...
30
MAR
2011

Does Your Advertising Arouse Emotions?

As we go about our daily lives we are constantly exposed, if not bombarded, with messages and advertisement trying to get our attention. And not just to get our attention but to keep it long enough for us to take interest in what it is the sponsor wants to share with us. The end...
01
MAR
2011

Don't Forget "Old-School" Snail-Mail Marketing

There’s been some talk recently about a story in the Wall Street Journal and it’s worth repeating to anyone else who’s interested in marketing. Here Goes… Sometime about a year ago a woman named Alicia Settle was a CEO and looking for ways to cut back on marketing costs. At this...
10
FEB
2011

Don't Forget "Old-School" Snail-Mail Marketing

There’s been some talk recently about a story in the Wall Street Journal and it’s worth repeating to anyone else who’s interested in marketing. Here Goes… Sometime about a year ago a woman named Alicia Settle was a CEO and looking for ways to cut back on marketing costs. At this...