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August Days–Website stuff to keep up on.

Websites:  Mashable Fast Company Forbes Seth Godin PostRocket Blog Michael Hyatt Podcasts: Smart Passive Income with Pat Flynn 6 Pixels of Separation  Smart Passive Income with Pat Flynn Marketing Over Coffee Books: The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing Gary Vanyerchuck: The

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October Nights–Social Networking

Read: Michael Hyatt–Platform Gary Vanyerchuck–Crush It! and The Thank You Economy Chris Brogan–The Impact Equation Listen: The Smart Passive Income Podcast, Entreleadership

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June Days–Writing and Story Structure

A few things to keep in mind… 1. Match the tone of the website/station you’re writing for. 2. Short(ish) paragraphs, sub-headlines help. 3. Killer headline. When you’re done… email: 1. the URL of the website you’re “writing for” 2. the

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June Days–Prezi, Sales and FB/Twitter/Prezi Vids

Use Prezi.com 1. Introduction/first impression 2. Develop a relationship w/the client 3. Solve the client’s problems 4. Make the ask…and shut up. And, more things to consider: –get them to make a small decision before you ask them to make

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June Days–Stuff to check out.

Three websites to start keeping up on for marketing/branding/tech. Fast Company Forbes Mashable Mark Cuban’s Blog (Owner of the Dallas Mavericks/Part owner of the LA Dodgers/Host of Shark Tank) Check out… …these ten points on contextual advertising (if you want to

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July Nights–Preview of Some Web Stuff.

Three books you MUST read (cause they’re awesome, not because you have to for school). Platform by Michael Hyatt Crush It! and The Thank You Economy by Gary Vaynerchuck Read those, watch the vids below, and then contact me at

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April Nights–Social Media and Personal Branding.

The point…Freaking Make Friends! Some basic rules. A. EVERYONE who talks to you deserves a response. I don’t care how big you get. The exception is, if you’re Jay-Z. Are you Jay-Z? Then you owe everyone a response. B. Pick

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