A Practical Small Business Marketing Expert

John JantschYou have an opportunity to experience a half-day workshop in Bellevue, Washington, covering 7 steps to marketing success by a best-selling author and business coach. And, because you are following me, ten (10) of you will receive admission absolutely FREE.

Here’s the details. Thursday, April 29th, 2010, 9am-12pm.

John Jantsch is a marketing and digital technology coach, award winning social media publisher and author of “Duct Tape Marketing – The World’s Most Practical Small Business Marketing Guide”. His Duct Tape Marketing Blog was chosen as a Forbes favorite for small business and marketing.

You can view segments of a presentation on social media given at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV for American Express OPENForum by John. He really gets it and I follow him because he does.

He teaches about “No Social Media Without A Strategy”. You can register for his Bellevue appearance at this link. 7 Steps To Marketing Success and use “thatsalesguy” in the discount code box to get 20% off the ticket price.

Or, complete the form below to receive admission absolutely FREE, IF you are one of the first 10 readers to do so.

UPDATE 4/19/10, 11:30PM – The 10 Free tickets have been awarded!

You can still Submit this form to join my list and receive future advance bonus offers for events like this.


Isn’t it great to have friends. I thank Glenn Froehlich, That Over 40 Social Media Guy, and your local Authorized Duct Tape Marketing Coach for his generosity to my readers and members of Entrepreneurial Junkies.

Howard writes, speaks, and consults about sensible selling using the new media reality.

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By: Howard Howell

Howard is an Internet Sales Consultant. He speaks professionally about Web Marketing and Sensible Selling from an experienced entrepreneur’s viewpoint. He also provides individual coaching, group training, and web marketing consulting services. Contact him now.
Published On: April 19, 2010  |   Updated On: April 20, 2010
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