Picture walking into your own 'virtual' marketing agency. A place in cyberspace where you can connect with dozens of marketing experts to get ideas, ask questions, have your marketing checked or launch new campaigns out of a box.
Everything here, is focused on helping you do a great job on your marketing.
Featuring top tips and templates from internationally recognized experts like Ivan Misner, the service is low cost, and available from your web browser – anytime.
You can review dozens of short TV shows packed with tips on PR, marketing, networking, ecommerce, sales and social networking.
You can get ideas from a library packed withhundreds of articles and templates. And if you get stuck and need expert guidance, you can submit any question to the experts and get an answer back within 48 hours.
Pretty handy stuff for anyone doing their own marketing.
They are working on new products to add to the mix all the time. For example they've just launched a Presentation Builder with thousands of slide options, and great templates (both design and content). So if your PowerPoint's are a bit tired, you can build a high impact presentation in about 45 minutes.
There's a free trial for 1 month, so you can see if it increases your sales, and after that if you decide to use it, it's just a coupleof dollars a day, with no tie-ins.
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