Newly minted 10FOR10 grad Bonnie Reisland spoke with PRO Elite vet Crystal Curtis about her transition from the corporate workforce to online entrepreneurship. While the corporate world is tough to rely on in these interesting economic times, and the transition from 32 years at IBM to online entrepreneurship wasn’t exactly smooth, there are three strengths I developed at IBM and one behavior I had to unlearn, which have helped me succeed online today. Believe it or not, I joined the IBM team when I was only 20 years old. I came of age in the company. My career consisted of managing multi-million dollar contracts, putting together the team who would execute the proposals, pricing, tracking, taking the project to Quality Control, taking the project to Legal, taking it to business control.
Discover Facebook Pages! Easily Like New Fan Pages facebook.com - got questions about Facebook marketing? Come write on my fan page wall! This video is a quick tour of an awesome new feature (just relaunched) called "Discover Facebook Pages." You have to go to this direct link to get there: www.facebook.com Facebook now gives us an easy way to surf fan pages and Like (or Unlike!) similar to a catalog!! You can easily discover Facebook (fan) Pages that your friends have liked with the list of shared likes on the right - your friends are listed in the order of how many shared connections (Likes) you have! For more, see Facebook's blog post announcement: blog.facebook.com From: facebookmari Views: 1413 13 ratings Time: 03:39 More in Howto & Style
The Good News and The Bad News About iBuzzPro Every network marketer experiences the same thing when beginning to build their business. Excitement, overwhelm and then frustration. Unfortunately, most quit when they realize it’s not as easy as they thought it would be.
The Good News and The Bad News About WowWe Every network marketer experiences the same thing when beginning to build their business. Excitement, overwhelm and then frustration. Unfortunately, most quit when they realize it’s not as easy as they thought it would be. They find themselves arm pulling, convincing and chasing people, harassing friends and family,
Dani Johnson's Testimonials from Los Angeles, CA 2011 www.danijohnson.com Real Success Stories from Los Angeles, CA at Dani Johnson's First Steps to Success event From: danijohnsonvideo Views: 195 1 ratings Time: 08:04 More in Howto & Style
Maximum Leverage 2011 Finalist: Brent Wehmeyer www.maximum-leverage.com From: da3gan Views: 261 13 ratings Time: 08:34 More in People & Blogs
Maximum Leverage 2011 Finalist: Eddys Velasquez www.maximum-leverage.com From: da3gan Views: 379 44 ratings Time: 04:42 More in People & Blogs
From left to right, let’s put a name behind these faces (I may make it fun). Ilam Ferdman is on the far left with President Jay Kilberg beaming widely right behind him. In the pink shirt is Marketing Partner Kevin Levonas with Ghyslain Lefebvre peering over his shoulder. Next over is Adrian Hines in the blue and white striped shirt then Vince Lasalvia wedged between he and “Captain” Kubassek. That tall fella in the middle back is Justin Woolf preparing to nail me (the other tall fella holding 10 fingers up) with a sneaky left hook (he never fights fair)
Jeremiah Carstarphen asked: Big businesses traditionally have large marketing budgets, and large staffs to operate successfully. Heck, they are even known to spend millions of dollars on one Superbowl advertisement.This can seem intimidating to someone starting a new home business. To compete in the marketplace as a home business owner, you need to understand guerrilla marketing. Here are 12 marketing principles that will lead to big profits in your home business.1. Your largest investments will be time, energy, and imagination…not money.2. It is important to understand copywriting, so that you can understand and speak directly to your target audience in [...]
How To Hide Your Referrer URL From Being Shared Online - Firefox instructions by Mari Smith Facebook have yet again taken a beating in the press about privacy. This time, the Wall Street Journal discovered that many Facebook game applications were passing along personally identifying information to other sites and advertising companies. This is a breach of Facebook's Terms.