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on the Web. I was surprised at the large response I received. Most responses were from marketers, most of whom agree that trust is an issue but worry about the aggressive growth, push-based ethics of today's dot-com world, noting that balance seems impossible to achieve. So how would you know if you are trustworthy? How do customers perceive your marketing? Are you reaching new people, or are you just irritating them? Ask yourself the following questions: Is your language trustworthy? In a world that is post-Watergate, post-dot-com swindles, post-market crash, and post-unfulfilled promises, consumers have overdeveloped BS ...
I'm adding workflow guides, templates, swipe copy, presentations and other email and marketing sequences for our members on Jara University; they'll be added to a new section we're creating for a Jara University "toolbox." Why? About a week or so ago I wrote about the three camps I see in the social sphere. (Ref. Three camps in the social spectrum. Which one are you in ?) Camp A - broadcast-type information marketers ("...learn the 'system' I used to make $90,000 in 72 hours...!") Ick. Camp B - social media purists ("it's all about free ... Read More
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