This past week a series of three free videos has been released by a JV team of internet marketing specialists that have paired up to teach how they others to make money online. Their approach is unique in the way that they approach one of the hottest niches in the internet marketing world. Paul Counts does the teaching in the video on finding profitable niches. Jeff Wellman teaches on the importance of positioning your product during the product creation phase of your product to make sure that when you bring your product to the marketplace that it is positioned in a way to get it in front of the eyes of a targeted market audience. This brings us to the third teaching video.
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Posted in Business, career, coaching, communication, competition, Creating, Education, finances, home, internetmarketing, Jeff Wellman, making money, making money at home, marketing, media, mentoring, MONEY, online traffic, tagged Eric Holmlund, free teaching videos, internet marketing, Jeff Wellman, JV partners, making money online, paul counts, PLR, positioning products, product creation, product launch, profitable niches on March 24, 2011| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Beauty, celebrity, children, commitment, competition, emotions, entertainment, Fame, family, fathers, Frustration, future, Heart, kids, life, love, marriage, news, observations, opinion, parenting, publicity, relationships, seasons, television, Uncategorized, tagged attraction, choice, Deanna Pappas, drama, Fame, father, fiance, Frustration, happiness, Jason Mesnick, love, marriage, Melissa, Molly, pressure, proposal, romance, season finale, son, television, The Bachelor, women on February 25, 2009| 7 Comments »
Likeability can be a very fleeting thing. When Jason got down on one knee and began to propose to Deanna Pappas on a previous season of The Bachelor(ette); he immediately won the sympathy vote as she publically let him humiliate himself on national television when she had already chosen his competitor. This season, Jason was the focal point as the bachelor.
Jason has narowed down his choices to two beautiful, intelligent women. Now the show has been running teasers that Deanna is coming back right before the rose ceremony…where he makes his choice. Many fans are posting their unhappiness about this dramatic intervention. The teaser tells us that Deanna tells Jason, You haven’t proposed yet. This can only add to the confusion and frustration of that moment. How will things end? (more…)
Posted in celebrity, competition, dance, Dancing With The Stars, Dancing With The Stars, Donny Osmond, emotions, Fame, Frustration, observations, opinion, seasons, television, tagged ABC, announcements, contenders, dancing, Dancing With The Stars, Donny Osmond, entertainment, prime time, reveal, season, tease, television on February 9, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Well, ABC television is doing a slow tease. They have promised to announce who the new contestants will be on Dances With The Stars tonight. However, they are going to announce the contenders all throughout tonights programming of it prime time shows. Ugg…I understand building up a buzz for something to generate more of an interest…but geez…nothing like dragging it out. I personally dont like a show or two on their sunday night prime time and dont want to watch garbage to get the announcements. It is a little frustrating to me. What do you think about this method of revealing who will be dancing on this season? Well, we do know that Donny Osmond wont be one of them since he mispoke when he said he was going to be on it…but it will be in the Fall season.
Update on contestants for this season: Ty Murray- 7 time Rodeo Champ and real life husband of singer Jewel; who will also be a contestant. I wonder who their pro dancers will be? Comedic actor David Alan Grier; Steve Wozniak-businessman , co-founder of Apple computers; Chuck Wicks-country music singer and boyfriend of Julianne Hough (who said previously that she wouldn’t be on this season…so who knows?; Gilles Marini-actor; Steve O-stuntman famous for the show “Jackass”…not to crazy about this choice…seems a bit controversial and possibly not family oriented for this DWTS show; Lawrence Taylor-football hall of famer; Belinda Carlisle- singer of the famous 80’s girl band The Go-Gos; Denise Richards-actress and ex-wife of Charlie Sheen; Shawn Johnson- Olympic gymnist; Little Kim-female rapper; Nancy O’Dell- actress and host of “Access Hollywood”.
Posted in Business, communication, competition, emotions, entertainment, failure, future, life, marketing, news, observations, opinion, relationships, suicidal, suicide, talent, television, violence, tagged American Idol, be careful, body language, Business, common sense, communication, failure, influence, intent, judges, Kentucky, Louisville, Mark Mud, news, observations, opinion, Paula Goodspeed, perception, perceptions, performer, private, public, relationships, Simon Cowell Paula Abdul, speaking, speech, suicide, television show, threat, tone of voice, violence on January 31, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Well, it seems that tone of voice can make all the difference in the world when a statement is made. It has been reported that a contestant, by the name of Mark Mudd, auditioned for the American Idol show. The audition apparently didn’t go well and as he was exiting, Mark Mudd said, “Be Careful”. The American Idol judges took that comment negatively since the audition didn’t get him on the show.
Both Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul allegedly felt threatened. With Paula Abdul’s recent experience with an obssessed fan’s, Paula Goodspeed, suicide near her home…it is understandable that she would be a bit wary; however, i think had they concentrated on Mark Mudd’s tone of voice…maybe they would have heard a clue that tipped the balance of common sense that the statement held no threat of future violence. The judge’s alleged perception of the statement was influenced by the alleged failure of the audition to get the performer on the program as a contestant.
The audition was in Louisville, Kentucky; and in that region of the country, and others, “be careful” is a common phrase spoken in parting. I do it myself…it is the way i grew up…it is a caring way to part company; it expresses concern for the other person’s well-being. (more…)