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For every person who has attempted online, there is a a story or two of an experience of let down regarding expectation either with the marketers product or with their promises.  The truth of the matter is that for a while now, some internet marketers have over promised what their products can do and under-delivered what they promised.  This has led to  a perception that all online marketers are scammers.  That just isn’t true.

So, how does someone who has a great product go about getting it known that they have a great product and get people to buy without all of that ugly over the top hypey advertising.  How does an honest marketer revolt and let others see what they are doing online to make money in an honest and ethical way?  They do it by being genuine…they do it by being real; creating great products your customers can use, and raise the standards of their conduct and raising the standards of what their potential customers can expect.Continue reading here: Write Where You Are

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        Here is a link for some wonderful information on promotion and media exposure.  This is a link for live streaming video on Impact in the media…check it out here:  http://www.nexurl.com/live  Saturday August 23rd, starting at 8 am.   Excellent information… for listening free.  Check out the Impact Boot Camp.  

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        Ben Stiller, the talented and funny actor has a new movie coming out; it is called Tropic Thunder.  It is a movie he was instrumental in producing, by doing the writing and directing, among other things.  There is a boycott brewing by special needs advocacy groups because of a movie within the movie.  The movie is supposed to be a mocking satire of actors who will take any movie no matter how over the top or bizarre to make a name for themselves as an actor, without regard for the subject matter. 

         Is this something that is supposed to be funny?  The lower our standards of conduct go…the funnier it is supposed to be…is that the concept?  Instead of getting kudos by the industry for a financial success…there should be a call to accountability; demanded by the American public for standards of decency.  Controvery about the subject matter should not just be just a tool used by public relations departments to garner curiosity that translates to box office rewards; that is my opinion. 

         One of the movies within the movie called, Simple Jack, allegedly mocks and makes fun of people with disabilities.   Meetings with advocacy group leaders were held with Stacey Snider who is a chief executive at Dreamworks…the company that released the film to try to address the concerns about the movie.  The studio has refused to make changes to the movie.  Shame on them!  Their attempts at humor just aren’t funny when the laughs are at the expense of a population of people born with disabilities.  Where is the respect?  (more…)

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