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What do you really want your business to look like?
Another Gift for YOU! A couple of weekends ago, I did a 2 day info product seminar. One of the guys at the event was a really great guy named John Soares. John is a former university professor who is an avid hiker. His site is: http://www.WritingCollegeTextbookSupplements.com John took some GREAT notes at the event. He’s... Read more »

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Productivity and the Latest Info Products Seminar
Two NEW Programs for the Price of ONE! Keep reading to find out the ultra-special, super-duper pricing for this deal. It’s REALLY good! And, don’t cheat, the link is at the bottom of this email. PS – It MAY appear earlier, but read the whole email please! I just finished doing a NEW 2-Day Info Product... Read more »

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An Info Marketer's Mission and Funnel System
I Read So YOU Don’t Have to Read as Much I read a LOT. I do this because I consider it part of my “job” for you, my readers. I try and read as many things as I can that would be relevant to others in the field of information marketing. There is a MASSIVE amount of material out there to keep up with. One... Read more »

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Random (But IMPORTANT) Thoughts About Internet/Information Marketing
Hey There! Just finished doing a speaking event in Las Vegas. I came up with a one sheet handout that I think YOU should have. http://fredgleeck.com/cheatsheet Please feel free to send this link to ANY and ALL of your friends. There is GOOD stuff. Best, Fred  Read More →

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10 Ways to Find Out HOW MUCH to Email Your List
There are some people I know that send out a ton of emails. The question is always asked: How often can I email my list? The answer? As you might expect, the answer is: IT DEPENDS! Depends on what? Here are some things to consider as you weigh how often to send emails to your list. 1. How well do they know you? The better... Read more »

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