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The With Strategy – How to get celebrities endorsements to gain attention, credibility and trust!

January 31, 2017 8:16 pm0 comments
Bert Martinez "with" Arnold Schwarzenegger

Do you know about the “with” strategy? That’s the name I know it by, that’s what I believe Bill Glazer and Dan Kennedy called it.  They’re they guys I swiped it from.  I know enough about Glazer and Kennedy that it’s a real good bet they swiped it from someone […]

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How To Create A Webinar That SELLS

December 30, 2015 4:35 am0 comments
Bert Martinez, Webinar,  advice, how-to, How To Create A Webinar That SELLS

If you enjoyed this video, you’ll really like my free training. You can get that here The Six Parts Of A Content-Rich Webinar That Sells: If you want to build amazing goodwill, massive credibility, and authority while selling more on webinars, you’re in the right place. Webinars work amazingly well […]

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5 Ways to Earn More Every Week

August 5, 2011 5:44 am0 comments

Elaine Pofeldt Independent journalist and editorial consultant, Elaine Pofeldt March 15, 2011 In baseball, a single is nice, but a home run brings the crowd to its feet. We’re a culture that celebrates big wins — in sports and in business. But often, the most important victories for entrepreneurs are […]

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How to Manage Multiple Business Locations

March 4, 2010 9:43 pm5 comments

Many companies expand by adding offices or stores in different cities. But geographic growth involves logistical complexity and management finesse. Here’s how to do it right. By Darren Dahl | Mar 4, 2010

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Three Best Ways to Improve Your Online Reputation

February 8, 2010 4:09 am2 comments

Great article in The Wall Street Journal | Small Business By RAYMUND FLANDEZ – These days, a great danger lurks just a few clicks away: the online review. By Googling your company’s name, anyone can read and track your business’s performance – including missteps, poor service or less-than-stellar products. Protecting […]

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Quick! Tell Us What KUTGW Means

February 4, 2010 9:42 am2 comments

he Wall Street Journal | By STEPHANIE RAPOSO, AUGUST 6, 2009, 6:42 P.M. ET Kate Washburn didn’t know what to make of the email a friend sent to her office with the abbreviation “NSFW” written at the bottom. Then she clicked through the attached sideshow, titled “Awkward Family Photos.” It […]

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Kicking Your Butt

February 1, 2010 7:45 pm0 comments

Kicking you own Ass. It’s one of my favorite scenes from a Jim Carey movie call Liar, Liar. Here’s the lesson  If your harder on yourself, if you demand more from yourself than what is expected life becomes easier. Sales people are always asking me, “Bert, how do I motivate […]

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The Single Most Important Rule of Business

January 29, 2010 10:42 pm0 comments

This might possibly be the single most important rule of business or sales.  If they LIKE you, BELIEVE you, have CONFIDENCE in you and TRUST you, then they may be willing do business with you or buy from you.  Now of these four things LIKE, BELIEF, CONFIDENCE AND TRUST, which […]

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Seven Strategies for Sales Success

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Two common questions that I hear all the time, what do I need to learn to succeed in sales and what do I need to do to succeed sales? Here are a few strategies of sale success. Succeeding in sales is a learnable skill. Being poor in sales is a […]

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Business Owners Try to Motivate Employees

January 20, 2010 9:46 am1 comment

Wall Street Journal | Small Business By SARAH E. NEEDLEMAN – JANUARY 14, 2010 As Recession Lingers, Managers Hold Meetings and Change Hiring Practices to Alleviate Workers’ Stress Some business owners say their employees—after months of dealing with layoff worries, wage cuts or scaled-back hours—are stressed out and in need […]

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Boosting Holiday Sales – 5 Mistakes to Avoid

December 24, 2009 2:12 pm5 comments

The new holiday season has arrived, and you still don’t have a marketing plan to reach out to new or existing customers. Wondering why the same holidays seem to sneak up on us every single year? As we try to prepare ourselves for own family, shopping, gift giving and travel, […]

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10.5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Starting A Business

July 8, 2009 6:32 am1 comment

The following list is derived from my experience. Based on my actions and results I retired from corporate America at the age of 28. Filed bankruptcy at 30. I’ve been involved in several successful businesses and many unsuccessful ones too. #1 – Never let your expenses exceed your sales. Yeah, […]

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