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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #353

July 18, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Personal Brands: A Cup of Coffee to Differentiation
DanShwabel says:

Time to grab your cup of coffee.   Add a whole bunch of sugar to get you all pumped up for the next 30 minutes of action because today you’re going to define a fundamental part of your personal brand, from which you’ll build your persona and collateral over the coming months and years.

Top Public Figures That Influence Purchases
Bill Hartzer says:

Top 10 People Who Influence What Americans Buy

As the effects of the global recession linger, consumers are changing the way they shop, becoming more budget-conscious, eco-aware and cause-oriented, while paying greater attention to what, why and from who they are buying.Arnold Worldwidehas named the top ten public figures, across entertainment, business and politics, who are helping to promote the


The-Sale-You-Cant-Close
Mark Hunter says: We’ve all been there. After countless calls, meetings and an endless amount of work, you just can’t get the customer to say “yes” and move forward. There can be hundreds of theories and ideas as to why this happens more times than we care to admit. Let’s put all the theories aside and get to a solution you can use right now to determine if the customer is serious.
What’s next for Groupon?
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Content Mission: Search Neutrality, The New York Times and Google
Frank Reed says:



I realize this Sunday section I have here on Marketing Pilgrim is supposed to be concentrating on the business of content but I needed to say something about aneditorial from this past Wednesday’s New York Times. Since editorials, no matter how ill conceived, are content I will stretch the boundaries of the definition today.

The gist of it as follows. Since Google is so big and most people us

How Can You Learn Marketing From The Grateful Dead?
Lee Odden says:

Sometimes we learn best about doing things in new and innovative ways by understanding them in terms of something we already know. Stories provide useful context and perspective and that’s exactly what David Meerman Scott has done with his latest book that’s just been announced: “Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead: What Every Business Can Learn from the Most Iconic Band in

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