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NMOA Network Newsletter for
February 1, 2011
B o o k
R e p o r t
Special Report: How to Make Money With
Affiliate marketing offers entrepreneurs a
great method for earning money with little
or no investment...and has enough potential
to make it worthwhile for an established
corporate executive to get involved.
This exclusive NMOA report covers six
methods on how to use affiliate programs to
In this report, I outline in easy to
understand language, the six best ways I've
found to make money with affiliate programs.
What I have written is from actual
experience not theory, I've done it and I'm
doing it, and you can too!
Also included for your convenience are a
glossary of affiliate-related terms and the
major directories of affiliate programs.
Here are the areas covered.
F e a t u r e d
P r o d u c t
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D i r e c t
M a r k e t i n g A d v i c e
Ten Ways to Market Yourself in 2011
By Jeff Beals
Here we are in the early part of a new year. This is one of those years
where many professionals are feeling more optimistic than they were at this
time 12 months ago.
That's refreshing. It's a much better feeling than we had at the beginning
of 2010. But while the stock market has been rising, tax cuts have been
extended, and business is picking up, these are far from ideal times. High
unemployment persists, and the economy still has a cautious, uncertain
feeling to it.
Today's business environment remains somewhat perilous, but at the same
time, there are great prospects for those who play their cards right. That's
why it is so important for you to build your personal brand and create
Whether you want more/bigger clients or a better career opportunity, make a
commitment to market yourself in 2011.
To get you started, here are 10 items
Killing Your Competition with (Customer)
Kindness: Five Core Principles for Turning Clients and Prospects into Raving
In today's slow economy, there is no better advertisement for your business
than a happy customer who can't help but sing your praises. Here are five
core marketing principles that can help you turn all of your customers into
By Maribeth Kuzmeski
Once upon a time, customer service meant more than having your callers press
# 2 to wait (and
wait and wait) for "the next available representative." Companies
used to value
those who bought their goods and services and went the proverbial extra mile
to make them happy. Today, we're more likely to hear about a company that's
ripped off its customers, for example, Dell's deliberate selling of defective
any of the financial institutions' shenanigans that left customers with huge
losses while paying executives big bonuses. Than one that regularly delights
Failing to make your customers happy is more than a shame. It's slow-motion
corporate suicide. If you want to make it in today's crowded,
recession-wracked market, you absolutely must create clients and customers
who rave about your company the way they would their favorite sports team.
Obviously, making raving fans out of your
clients is easier said than done.
P r o d u c