I’ve been marketing online for many years now and have discovered a lot of mistakes over the years and yet there are mistakes I find I make even today and wish I would have known about them sooner.
A good friend of mine, who I’ve know for more than 15 years has just released “The 50 Biggest Marketing Mistakes I see Information Marketers Make”.
I’ve actually read and listened to this course and it seems like Bret is talking right to me pointing out several of the things I knew I was guilty of but had forgotten to address. So many places I’m leaving money on the table.
Bret’s course makes it even easier to keep from making these same mistakes by putting together an info product checklist to help you eliviate some of these mistakes.
The great thing is you can get the checklist just by visiting the site. http://www.thatonewebguy.com/marketing-mistakes
Here are a few words from others that have already taken this course:
“Bret, you have the rare ability to cut through the bull**** and explain to people just what they need to know. No hyperbole, no fluff, and just meat and potatoes information about what they really need to do to succeed with an information marketing
business.” – Paul Hartunian
“So, just how valuable can one course be? Well, Bret’s observations on Mistake #6 saved me three months on product development… #13 made me over $300,000… #16 will make a HUGE difference in sales for almost any product (or service)… a recent New York Times Best Selling author used #24 to test the title of his book… #38 is building my list for me like crazy, on autopilot… are you getting the idea? When Bret Ridgway talks about Information Marketing, I listen. You should, too!”
– Ray Edwards
I’m sure by now you get the point that this is a must have course. I was going to say if you are serious about marketing you should have this on your bookshelf.
But that’s not accurate; I can’t leave it on my bookshelf because I keep referring to it over and over again. Do yourself a favor, jump on over and check it out and claim your checklist now.
I wish you all the best and much success in everything you do.
Frank Deardurff III – That One Web Guy!