Is Salty Droid Even Human?

Well, of course, he is. In case you don’t know, Salty Droid is a persona created by Jason Jones to expose some of the frauds and scams that are happening in the Internet marketing space. I happen to agree with what he’s doing, which is why I’ve linked to his site and quoted him on…

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How to Get My Print Newsletter for Free

I publish a print newsletter periodically throughout the year. My newsletter is free. But I only to send it to past, current, and potential clients. So:

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Should a Direct Marketing Magazine Have Boring Headlines?

Irony of ironies: Direct Marketing News has the most boring headlines ever. Here are samples from the cover of the August 2011 issue…

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Is It Spam or Is It Something Else?

It really bugs me when people misapply the term “spam” to something that is not spam at all. In my vernacular (which is English, by the way), spam is bulk unsolicited email sent indiscriminately, regardless of whether it is commercial or not. If I send an email to my friends and family members — and…

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ClickBank Publishes Vendor Messaging Guidelines

In an effort to better comply with FTC regulations, ClickBank has finally published a comprehensive list of vendor messaging guidelines. If you sell any product on ClickBank, then you will need to review the new guidelines and make any necessary changes by August 31, 2011, at which point the guidelines will be in full effect.…

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