Tuesday, 21 October 2008

Beat Driving/Parking Tickets!

What would YOU do right now if your license was REVOKED?
How would you SURVIVE?

It's more than just inconvenient. The impact is enormous. You'd lose your job (or, at best, revert to the horrors of public transport). You'd lose your social life. You'd lose income and local integrity. You'd lose almost EVERYTHING.

And it could all happen just by being caught ONCE going 90 MPH on an empty motorway!

Are you ANGRY?? YOU SHOULD BE! The whole system is a shambles, and you need to protect yourself.

Now, thanks to a retired UK traffic police officer with over 20 years of experience, you can do EXACTLY that...
Just go to:
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You won't be sorry You did but will if You don't.

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Sunday, 19 October 2008

Marketing Plan

Marketing Plan
A sound marketing plan is key to the success of your business. It should include your market research, your location, the customer group you have targeted, your competition, positioning, the product or service you are selling, pricing, advertising, and promotion.

"You're in business to serve a customer need," says Derek Hansen, founder of American Capital Access. "If you're not sensitive to customers, don't know who your customers are, how to reach them and, most of all, what will convince them to buy your product or service, get help."

Effective marketing, planning and promotion begins with current information about the marketplace. Visit your local library, talk to customers, study the advertising of other businesses in your community, and consult with any relevant industry associations. This interactive tool will help you assess your marketing strengths and weaknesses.

Once you have all the necessary information, write down your plan:

1: Define your business

Your product or service
Your geographic marketing area - neighborhood, regional or national
Your competition
How you differ from the competition - what makes you special
Your price
The competition's promotion methods
Your promotion methods
Your distribution methods or business location

2:Define your customers

Your current customer base: age, sex, income, neighborhood
How your customers learn about your product or service - advertising, direct mail, word of mouth, Yellow Pages
Patterns or habits your customers and potential customers share - where they shop, what they read, watch, listen to
Qualities your customers value most about your product or service - selection, convenience, service, reliability, availability, affordability
Qualities your customers like least about your product or service - can they be adjusted to serve your customers better?
Prospective customers whom you aren't currently reaching

3:Define your plan and budget

Previous marketing methods you have used to communicate to your customers
Methods that have been most effective
Cost compared to sales
Cost per customer
Possible future marketing methods to attract new customers
Percentage of profits you can allocate to your marketing campaign
Marketing tools you can implement within your budget - newspaper, magazine or Yellow Pages advertising; radio or television advertising; direct mail; tele-marketing; public relations activities such as community involvement, sponsorship or press releases
Methods of testing your marketing ideas
Methods for measuring results of your marketing campaign
The marketing tool you can implement immediately

The final component in your marketing plan should be your overall promotional objectives: to communicate your message, create an awareness of your product or service, motivate customers to buy and increase sales, or other specific targets. Objectives make it easier to design an effective campaign and help you keep that campaign on the right track. Once you have defined your objectives, it is easier to choose the method that will be most effective.

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Wednesday, 15 October 2008


Poverty affects more people than you may think!
Please click the link below to register your opinions on Poverty.
Thank you, John.

Monday, 13 October 2008

Most videos suck....

Did you realize that
YouTube is now the
#2 most popular site?

With nearly double the
traffic of Google....

(No wonder Google bought
Youtube for 1.6 billion)


Face it - Video is one
of the most powerful methods
to deliver your message...But

The problem is............

Most videos suck....
We have all seen bad videos.....
Maybe you have even made one....


As more and more videos are
produced and published online,

The Quality of Your video
will determine the success
of delivering your message.

Discover simple techniques of
Producing High Quality and
Powerful Videos


Step by Step Videos..That

Show You Exactly how to
Create Professional quality
videos....Every time!

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If you are using videos for:

Product reviews
Product help/support sections
Membership concepts
Information products
Sales letters
Optin enticements

Then You Already Realize
How Important
Video is to your
Online business.

Make Your Videos Standout
Quality never goes out of style

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John Caldecott
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PS-I think he's nut's - But this Lon Naylor Guy
is on a crusade to rid the world of crappy videos,
So he's giving you access to this information for
no cost?????????


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