Joined: 23 Mar 2004
|Posted: Sat Nov 19, 2005 10:27 am Post subject: O/T: The future of Internet marketing
Issue 82: July 24, 2004
Harvey Segal, Editor
Hello SuperTips readers,
Strange isn't it?
You might not hear from me for weeks then I send two
issues in 3 days.
Don't you love that unpredictability ?
But I wanted to tell you about something ...
It's going to have a big impact on Internet marketing.
That's what I keep hearing - and now an impeccable
source has confirmed it.
I wanted to know more about it so I headed for the
forums - I have a big list of my favourites.
Go to forum 1, enter keyword, do search, wait for
Go to forum 2, enter keyword, do search, wait for
There must be a quicker way.
How about this.
- Click a desktop icon.
- Feed in keyword.
- Carry on with other work and come back later to find
links to all the relevant posts in every forum listed
out for you.
Would you like to use such a time saver ?
Then here you are, it's free at
(It also contains a profitable viral element - hidden
away in the About button)
So what was this keyword ?
What was this new trend which will change Internet marketing ?
Well this particular one was "RSS" - but it could have
been one of many that I found in Mike Mograbi's new book
which I reviewed a couple of issues back.
The book is called '378 Internet Marketing Predictions'
Amongst a surge of glowing reviews I wanted to show you
this one - for a reason
"I have seen the future of Internet marketing. Right
here, right now in two volumes. Mograbi has done his
homework and let's you know about recent developments
that most marketers aren't aware of yet. I spend a lot
of time online doing research and subscribe to dozens of
ezines but was totally unaware of some of the things
I can't recall reading a book like this one in ages. I
kept having product idea after product idea. And we're
talking original ideas here"
You see, a thought occurred to me after I announced the
book and then after reading that review.
Your 'marketing' head may indeed start to spin with
ideas for new products but your 'technical' head then
wonders - how do I develop such a product ?
Could there be a way to create software if you have no
technical skills ?
Well the answer comes from Dave Brown.
I came across Dave last year when he asked me to review
an ingenious software tool. I still recall how he caught
my attention with this subject in his email "Harvey
Segal -Affiliate Guru".
Although I've corresponded many times since with Dave
I've only just learned something strange.
He does not do the actual product development - he has
others write the software for him.
Well if he can do it with such success then who better
to teach us ?
So Dave has now produced a course showing his techniques
It's called "Make Software The Easy Way"
Have I read it ?
No, I've not had the time so I can't give you an
However knowing Dave's previous work I can guarantee you
won't be disappointed.
Besides, he's one of the good guys on the Net.
And one that I now call - the "Software Guru".
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