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NMOA Network Newsletter for
June 25, 2013

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Mini Reminder

Never Lose anything keys, cell phones, PDA's, cameras, laptops. Monitor your children at play or while you sleep.

This compact, two-piece transmitter/receiver system can be attached to cell phones, MP3 players, laptop computers, purses, briefcases and other valuables. When you become separated from your belongings by 10 or 25 feet (you set the range), Mini Reminder alerts you with vibrations and beeps.

It's a small price to pay for big dividends, including peace of mind. Use it to monitor pets and children, too. Receiver requires one AAA battery. Battery Included!

The Mini Reminder can be set to alert you with an audible alarm or vibration once you've gone farther than a distance that YOU pre-determine.

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How to Create Small Business Advertising

Stop wasting money on bad advertising! You can double -- or even triple -- the response of your print advertising by learning to create good ads.

No matter if you are using magazine ads, newspaper ads, website ads, or any other type of print ads, when you can get more response from the same advertising’s like getting a free advertising bonus!

No matter what business you're in, learning to create effective advertising is a vital skill. Arguably, it's one of the most important sales and marketing skills you can obtain that has a direct impact on your bottom line. Even if you don't create your own ads, being able to judge the quality of an ad someone creates for you is an absolute must!

Creating good advertisements is not that hard, you just need to know good advertising methods. This new NMOA training guide How to Create Successful Small Business Advertising will help you do just that.
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9 Marketing Strategies to Avoid
Live Audio Conference, August 6, 2013

Thanks to the influence of technology, the world of marketing is constantly evolving. Companies that do not stay ahead of the marketing curve get left in the dust. Kent Lewis, President & Founder of Anvil Media, will outline 9 Marketing Strategies to Avoid, if you want to stay relevant in 2013. If you're planning on utilizing QR codes, content marketing, retargeting or other 'current' marketing techniques, this live audio conference will provide insights that may lead you to reconsider. Similarly, if you've avoided the use of landing page testing, video or content personalization thus far, you will be armed with new insights and inspiration. After this program you will have a solid foundation for your 2013 marketing plans. more information

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Is Your Sales Engine Working? 4 Tips to Effectively Evaluate Your Sales Process
By Dustin Sapp

The sales pipeline is the lifeblood of any business. It's a well-known fact: organizations live and die by the numbers, regardless of the product, service or solution. So, the defining question for any company is: Is your sales engine working?

There are consultants, managers, technologies, and teams of sales reps already at work in your organization. So, it's time to take a moment to take a fresh look at how everything's actually coming together.

How do you do that? Start with four straightforward questions to pinpoint inefficiencies. If you answer, "yes" to any one of these questions, your sales process could be broken and ineffective:

1. Is my technology dated? read full article

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